Whether you are in primary school and looking for support, or aiming to secure grade 5 GCSE, or working towards getting the A Level grades you need for your university place, I can help you with your Maths. You might know exactly which topics you want to improve on. That would be great and in that case we could get straight to work.
Every induvidual has their own learning method and I tailor my lessons to that. If I cannot help a student, I will usually ask for their parent's advice before referring to a different tutor. This has method has worked for my students so far.
My teaching method is what I believe to be the best way to learn; which is the intuitive method. I believe that making the student understand the subject matter will not only help achieve the better grade but will also help the student retain the subject material for longer.
I teach at a secondary school with classes of up to 32 children, across years 7-13. I teach by example, explaining a new method and getting students to try for themselves. I focus on exam questions as these are the best way to ensure you are exam ready.
My teaching method is very relaxed, I prefer to teach one on one with my students to get a more tailored lesson. I would like to teach at GCSE level as I am most confident in this level, therefore I feel I can provide the best lessons possible.
Hi! I'm Amy, I'm currently an engineering student at Imperial College London on my summer break. I firmly believe in the importance of a safe and fun learning environment when it comes to teaching maths to take away some of the fear many students have of the subject.
I'll give lessons to secondary school mathematics students (up to year 12 level). I'll take a topic a student is struggling with and begin by explaining the theory behind each concept, running through a few examples to get started. From then on, the student can go through questions of increasing difficulty with me there to support them.
My style of teaching depends on the level of mathematics tutoring that is required. For A Level and GCSE my main approach is to teach through PowerPoints then test knowledge through past paper questions. I also give students past papers to complete under exam conditions to ascertain the topic areas that need improvement.
From my previous experience of teaching, I start off by understanding the needs of the student and the level of communication or help that is needed. This understanding helps me to know what areas to put more efforts in and if needed, I research more on topics that need more focus.
Having recently taken the new style GCSEs I am aware of the expectations required. I have learnt all aspects including the new level 9 work and have taught this to other students. In addition, my mother is currently a maths teacher in a secondary school and therefore will also be available for any help. As I am also studying science, I can show how the equations link together from maths.
It totally depends on my students' needs. l always work together with my students during the first sessions to find out what could be the best approach for them to achieve their goals. We also work out a resonable timetable that we both can follow.
I am Science lecturer. Experienced at teaching A level chemistry as well as GCSE science. Also have experience of teaching mathematics at secondary level. I have a BSc in Geosciences, an MSc in environmental science and a PhD in environmental science.
I am a sixth form student and dedicate a lot of time to helping students in lower years, such as year 11's, when preparing for their GCSE's by providing support on not only effective revision methods, which I've picked up through recent experience, but also with detailed knowledge relating to the subjects.
I teach using direct instruction, which involves worked examples, often requiring students to then answer questions on mini whiteboards. This is followed by independent work where I am there to help with any questions the student may have. I expect students to complete work outside of tutorials and regularly set exam questions or homework for this.
My teaching method is to be very interactive with my student at all times but also to test their knowledge so I can get a clear understanding of what they are struggling with. I usually like to start of with much easier topics then we can work our way to the harder ones but if you put your mind to it nothing is hard but more of a challenge.
My teaching strategy is directed and inspired by each different student. Each student learns n their unique and personal way. I like experimenting with visual aids and showing the application of Maths in real life. In this way algebra, geometry and much more areas are put into perspective! The use of practicals and inquiry has also become increasingly common in my teaching methods.
I base my teaching on specific areas which the student has been struggling on in class. I will give them a practice question, which they will have some time to complete on their own, before I ask them to explain their methodology to me. If the answer is correct, I will show them a better way to do it, or simply increase the difficulty.
I am more of a facilitator; my aim is to create more independent learners. I use differenciation in my classroom to tap into the need of all my learners. this methodology is used during lesson time (by questioning), during activity time (by task).
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