I believe firmly in lessons based around active learning as both maths and chemistry are hands on subjects. This revolves around introducing a concept, a worked example and then working through plenty of questions exploring a variety of applications of the concept.
I'm a motivated and dedicated student Of mechanical engineering with extensive tutoring experience in Physics, Chemistry and mathematics. I’ve been teaching these subjects privately to GCSE/O-LEVEL and Alevel students from 4 years now helping 100's of students achieve their academic goals. I on average manage to get my students achieve 2 grades higher than their predicted grades..
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 use personalised tutoring to compliment learners school/college maths lessons by keeping regular communication with the topics covered in class to reinforce core mathematical concepts and revise for specific forthcoming tests/examinations. This has resulted in learners achieving their goals, whether that be moving up a set in school or acceptance into their 1st choice Russel Group University.
My lessons are personally tailored to you and your specific needs, to help you get the best results at all levels of CIE mathematics, including algebra, geometry, trigonometry and calculus. My lessons will be very conversational, helping you to understand the mathematical concepts.
I can explain complex concepts in a simple way using intuitive examples. I use practical approaches to teach the most abstract concepts. My primary goal of teaching is to create genuine interest for the subject by making the fundamentals crystal clear. I believe there is no alternative to hard work - and I'll put all effort for my students to thrive.
I give casual lessons to people I know or who are struggling in GCSE Maths, Chemistry or any other STEM subjects. I have also taught Primary School children Year 6 Maths ready for their SATs, every Wednesday after school. I am techniques are going through the specification and having small sessions, where I bring exam questions or go through anything that they unsure about.
I am a first year university student. I can give lessons to anyone ranging from year five to sixth form. We will meet either on Skype or in person thrice a week for an hour. The frequency of the sessions might increase based on your level of understanding. We will take the first session to access your level of understanding and go from there.
I graduated from UC Berkeley and moved to London 3 years ago. I love math and love education but think one on one tutoring or small group learning can really help children learn in school and excel. I love math and have enjoyed it my whole life- but have always done well in other subjects as well. My mother is an English and history teacher so I have been blessed with her teaching genes as well.
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.
I strive hard to make learning meaningful, and applicable to daily life helping students to understand why Maths is such an important subject for overall life opportunities. My teaching style is structured around firstly identifying current understanding, gaps in knowledge, and then tackling identified issues in a tailored way.
I enjoy teaching and do not think of it as a job. I am flexible to the students' needs and do not follow a rigid teaching method. I direct the students to be able to figure out the solutions on their own rather than just helping them with homework.
Finance Graduate from reputable University in London. Offer lessons to all levels of students, High School, College and University. Lessons would be structured as first 10mins introduction of topic, then 30mins detailed explanation of topic covered followed by 15mins of questions and answers practice. The remaining 5mins are for any questions not understood and recap of the whole lesson briefly.
I'm 20 years old and easy to get along with, i'm currently a student in my 3rd year at the university of Strathclyde studying Accounts & Finance, i got an A for Higher Maths and a C at Advanced Higher Maths as well as a Bronze and Silver award in the Mathematics Challenge that occurs every , i have tutored previously and both my students improved on their prelim result, i offer as much time as...
My teaching method is such that I break down the topics into the most simplest way possible so that even the students who are struggling to learn would be able to learn. I'm very determined and passionate about helping others that I would not easily give up until the student fully understands a topic.
I am happy to tutor Maths at levels: primary, secondary, and GCSE. Among the key problems facing most students struggling with maths is that they do not understand the reasoning behind what they are taught. My aim in lessons will be to help students understand why methods of solving maths problems actually work.
I'm a Masters student and i give my lessons to anyone at all. The technique I use in teaching is I go through basic lessons with you based on the topic you have requested and then i build up on it gradually to make sure you understand every bit of it. I take questions while teaching and give assignment on a regular basis to ascertain some feedback.
I will base my classes on what you need to learn, which means that everything, both theory and examples, will be oriented to the field for which you want to become a future professional. My classes will start with some theory about that subject followed by several examples to settle the knowledge previously learned.
I believe in knowing my students well in order to understand what they know, how they learn and how I can be most effective. I apply this through encouraging students to question what is around them in order to make them inquisitive life long learners.
Personally I believe the teaching method depends on the student I'm working with. Different people learn in different ways and thus being adaptable to each person's individual needs is key. Technique and Pattern are the core aspects of understanding maths at this level and so would be the starting point of teaching.
I teach students by showing them how to DO maths in the most efficient and clear way that will deal with problems of simple and complex nature. I am not prescriptive, any method is fine as long as you get the correct answer and you do not make mistakes. But for me technique is just as important as knowledge and what I will bring to the table, you generally wont find in books.
For me, mathematics and physics are entirely about the clarity with which they are taught. Every student should go into their maths and physics and exams with a strong intuition about the subject, and this comes from having a topic explained by someone who understands the subject in depth.
I am always keen to provide individualised and differentiated support for my students that are struggling with learning concepts and mathematical topics, presenting information in a variety of ways, emphasising relevance of class material to the world beyond the classroom.
I am currently teaching Mathematics in a secondary school in Liverpool, I offer KS3, KS4 and GCSE tutoring. I have a degree in Mathematics with Business and Management as well as teacher training qualifications such as PGCE and QTS. I also have experience teaching in a private tuition centre.
For some people Maths is quite a hard and complex subject due to it's "complication" and hard understanding of it's structure, my name is Ali and i have lots of experience in that field i had to use loads of maths to solve many Engineering concepts, my qualities qualifies me to teach maths to people who would just like to have a better understanding of the subject or people who needs some extra...
I will start with diagnostic tasks and questioning to find out where we're at, then follow up with some appropriate learning tasks. I will then use deliberate practice and interleaving (mixing questions up) to ensure the new knowledge is retained and that it is learning and not just performance that has been improved.
While at school (in year 12 and 13) I ran a GCSE science club for 20 students by myself where I used to prepare resources in order to tackle challenging topics in their syllabus (GCSE specification) and help the students overcome their challenges.
I prefer teaching from the very core of the subject and just not what is asked for in the syllabus. I choose to introduce the origination every concept or idea because that is how I was taught and I find myself capable of remembering everything word-to-word till today.
I am a student at UCLAN studying neuroscience. I think the best way to learn is through visually seeing exercises and getting hands on with the work. It is very rewarding when something is not understood and then completing a question correctly for the first time.
I am an encouraging, patient and passionate tutor who is available on weekends to tutor at primary school level all the way to A-level. I identify areas of weakness by testing understanding through discussion and problem solving. I strive to strengthen them by using different approaches to explain concepts that are difficult to grasp with visual, kinesthetic and auditory learning styles.
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