I leave the topics covered entirely up to the student and can help with homework, revise material covered in the preceding week, prepare for exams, help with university preparation or stretch beyond the curriculum. I like to make the student feel comfortable to ask me anything, knowing that I am there only to help them progress.
I am a firm believer in fundamentals when it comes to understanding physics. Knowing the basics well means that when they are applied to more difficult ideas there are not knowledge gaps. This in turn means that the harder concepts can be broken down into smaller sub sections and understood this way.
Hi my name is Samee, and I help students from the age of 9-16 to learn Mathematics. I am studying an integrated masters course in Economics at the uni of Southampton. I attended a grammar school whilst in secondary education and therefore know the ins and outs of passing 11+ or completing GCSEs.
My name is Kolade Olanipekun, a researcher in the Dynamics Group, ISVR, Faculty of Engineering and the Environment, University of Southampton, UK. I have taught a student Mathematics and Statistics at AS level in the year 2017. I have also helped as a Teaching Assistant in my current School to teach undergraduate students a module named Dynamics.
I proved sample maths questions which will be worked through together before comparing to my model answer. Teaching can be targeted at specific problem areas or span the entire syllabus, depending on what is needed.
I will base my classes on any questions or difficulties students are having. I will administer teaching in a way that makes maths seem easy and fun! I can help out on any homework or even go through exam papers.
I approach my tutees by giving them a paper consisting of questions from various topics to work on and identify their strengths and weaknesses. I then create an excel spreadsheet for each student and devote more time to the topics that the student found most difficult. Before I can approve the topic is now their strength.
My name is Jonathan Mason I am a Psychology Graduate and currently study masters of education. I have worked in education for several years now. I have been a teaching assistant and tutor for students with a range of difficulties and challenges and understand the complexities of learning.
A maths student study in Soton Uni. I can give lesson to secondary school student or below. The structure of lesson could either be online or home-tutoring. I'd give them different kind of exercise and guide them to do exercise.
Approachable, easy-going, and attentive tutor hoping to fill in the gaps of your knowledge. To cater to the student we will discuss what they feel unsure of, and work through content, exam technique, and method. Clear explanation, practice, consolidation. When the student is happy we will go through exam papers and talk through how to go about asking different questions.
Computer-based mathematics education is an approach to teaching mathematics that emphasizes the use of computers. Mathematics teachers need to study diverse psychologies of learning so that individual learners may be guided to attain as optimally as possible. Education and psychology are interdependent.
I believe the best way to improve in Maths is through practice. As a result, after a clear explanation, I will set questions relevant to the child's current topic of study and assist them if they come into difficulty.
I can explain concepts in detail and then use past papers, example questions and short tests to ensure my students fully understand the topic and to see what areas they might need more help on. I tend to change my teaching methods based on what works best for each student (for example using visual or auditory explanations).
I am here to help. Feel free to contact me. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Mathematics from very basic levels to university undergraduate level for students of engineering courses, and also foundation year. I also teach physics of school level. I also teach IELTS and provide help for exam preparation, academic and general.
Tutor of Maths-related subjects who finds great delight in teaching younger selves and tailors the tutoring scheme to the specific learning pattern(s) of the tutee(s) - Which subject(s) do you teach? I am happy to teach Maths, Physics, Engineering, Electroncis, Statistics, General Science, Biology and Chemistry. - Tell me about your qualifications.
My name is Rosie Yarrow. I will give lesson to anyone from KS1 to A level. I believe that everyone has the ability to understand and enjoy mathematics. I will work with you/your child during sessions on anything you would like me to. I can work from a syllabus or target specific areas.
My teaching method is to break each topic down into simple steps, and when the student feels more confident it is extremely helpful for their learning for them to explain it back to me. If you are able to easily simlify methods to another person, it helps to retain the information.
My name is Stella. I am 21 years old. I am currently a full time graduate student in Southampton. I love teaching younger kids the basic information of sciences. I would love to pass knowledge to kids through some fun ways of learning.
I offer Online Maths lessons across KS2, KS3 and GCSE for both children and Post-16 learners. I like to make lessons fun and informative with step by step explanations and tasks to help you perfect your newly gained knowledge! Certain units will have links to games and mini projects for you to continue tour learning independently.
I start off with the basics. I first assess the caliber of the student and the grip he/she has on the basics.
- Which subject(s) do you teach? Maths is my favourite subject, and I am very good at teaching science to GCSE level. - Tell me about your qualifications. I have a teaching degree in Mathematics and A levels in Biology and Mathematics. - How much do you charge? I really prefer teaching to small groups. If you can arrange a group of four people each person will only have to pay £5.
My aim is to ensure that I offer my students personalised tutoring that caters for all their needs. This includes examination preparation and practice for topics already covered in school or college or tuition in the subject from first principles assuming little or no prior knowledge.
I know how important it is to work at your own pace but building a really good foundation to learn on.
I focus on making sure the student understands the course content rather than just remembering it. I also put an emphasis exam technique.
I like to get to know the student and where they feel they need to concentrate on. From there I will structure lessons and look to help the student feel more confident with what they struggle with.
That is why I firmly believe in making the lesson fun and in short bursts rather than a full on three hours of work. Frequently changing focuses of study and keeping interactions balanced between the teacher and student mean that students are driven not only by their desire to do well in academia, but to have a fun time in an encouraging environment.
I approach each student and their needs totally differently! I believe every student is different and the way they should be taught is different! This is established after a free consultation and discussion of work! I use worksheets, flash cards, puzzles, whiteboards, textbooks, workbooks, gcse papers and games to ensure I get the best from my students and they get the best from me!
I believe in teaching in a style that suits the learner not myself, adapting my methods to each individual. Whether studying foundation or higher GCSE I believe that every learner has the capability to achieve and it is my role to facilitate this.
I give lessons to primary and secondary students. I use different techniques such as questions, and fun exercises to teach.
I give Mathematics lessons to students up to their GCSEs. I use a lot of textbooks and past papers to help students. I regularly give homework and expect the students (especially those doing GCSEs) to do extra past papers at home and bring it for me to mark/help with queries.
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