When tutoring students for maths, I first assess them informally to find their most basic areas of weakness and take them back to that point to ensure there are strong foundations in place. Dyscalculic pupils are those who are in the lowest 10% to 15% for maths in their age group, and have continued to fall further and further behind their peers as they have moved through primary school.
I enjoy working with children as a tutor and seeing the accelerated progress that they can make in a short period of time. In order for a student to make this progress work needs to be carefully tailored to their needs. I like to look at where the student is currently and fill in the gaps in order to move them forward. I am available to tutor between 4 and 7pm on week days.
I am very patient and love helping students of all ages to develop greater confidence in mathematics. My aim is to teach real understanding as well as to pass exams as I believe mathematical and logical thinking skills are for lifelong use.
I am an experienced and enthusiastic SEN and academic tutor, with 6 years' experience working with children and young people in education. I foster an approach centred on developing confidence, self-belief and an autonomous learning style. My tutoring style uses a person centred approach, that enables the student to manage their own learning overtime.
I think that I’m good at breaking down questions and subjects students are having problems with so that it’s easier for them to understand. I can always help with homework and class work just bring it with you and please note down any subjects the student is having trouble with.
An enthusiastic, approachable teacher from the Litchfield area ready to inspire children/students to be confident in maths. Enabling them to access and pass their maths exams. It's all about resilience and confidence. Let's start learning through videos and diagrams to improve the understanding. Can't isn't an option.
My name is Mohamad Ramadan, born on the 29th of March 1998 in Barja, Lebanon. I will try to use the best teaching maths ways by explaining the rules and the theory and solve high numbers of problems together.
I am currently a trainee teacher on a Primary Education degree so I do a lot of work on teaching approaches and techniques to aid children's learning. I am passionate about teaching and aim to provide children with a positive educational experience. I adapt my teaching style to the individual needs of each child as to give each child the best opportunity to achieve.
I think my class would tell you that our learning is based on enjoyment and engagement! I like to use a wide variety of resources and ensure that the learners’ needs are being appropriately met. Nothing should be too difficult or too easy! Like Goldilocks, we want our learning to be just right! Fun is a major factor with lots of discussion and interesting, engaging resources.
I teach by being patient and understanding that everybody learns differently. It’s society that gives us these labels, but we are all just different learns, in our own unique way. I too struggled in school, but I learnt by accepting help.
Children learn when they are confident, feel safe and are successful. Most pupils have a one hour lesson, usually given in my home where I provide an environment for children to be effective, enthusiastic learners, preparing for their life in future society.
The approach I take is to ensure that students are moving along with the syllabus in a homogeneous way, that way no one is left behind. I prefer to check with students frequently of their understanding, whilst giving the chance to other students to progress quicker if they can. This can be difficult but with positivity and encouragement all students all capable of great success.
My teaching method is to simplify each topic and make it fully understandable before getting on the next topic. Moreover, I always start by the easy parts in the scheme to help the students being comfortable and wants to know more without fear.
I have experience working with children of all abilities. I have acquired various teaching strategies over the years which has increased my ability to help children raise their self esteem and confidence levels in order to progress. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach all the subjects I have indicated above.
My teaching method is based on making a lot of exercises, you will not be bored with me ;). I firstly explain the topic to give you understanding what you doing, then by solving a lot of examples we can achieve high results.
My teaching method is that I give tuition individually as well as in a small group of student. The way how I will approach to the student, I would like to give them plenty of time to adjust with the tutor and become friendly with them so that they feel more comfortable while learning.
As a passionate and enthusiastic individual; I believe I can deliver a wide range of different learning experiences, which are enjoyable but also meet the learning goals. It has always fascinated me how different people learn and develop; making a difference to the learner on their journey through the different educational stages is the most important role I can fulfil.
Having worked in a school for children with a range of SEN, I understand the time and patience needed and how valuable extra support is. Every child is different and learns in a different way. I keep lessons short and concise but regular.
My teaching method is to practice theory with exam style questions after learning the basics, I am patient and empathise when the student is often baffled by the problem. I would be calm and coherent as well as setting out bite sized revision materials, to assist with the continued development.
I am a first year psychology student in the UK. My lessons are for anyone between middle and high school who wants step-by-step friendly online help with after school lessons and homework.
By adopting an individual learner based approach it allows the learner to get the most out of each session. Having clear objectives and interactive lessons mean that the learner knows what they are going to get out of each session and have the opportunity to put some of themselves into every topic.
I have worked with many autistic children and adults and understand that it takes a little more patience and understanding, which some are unwilling to give! I love the English language and also like to help with mathematics, I have time for anyone who needs it. Whatever you need to learn, I will try my best to help.
Looking to help primary age children .key stage 2 with specific learning needs in maths, English , reading, handwriting . Phonics sounds And to help build their confidence that is needed in the day to day needs if the child.
My teaching methodology is communication In a clear and simple form. I believe communicating such ideas through verbal/written and interaction is key. Thus, allowing for the student to be able to understand, respond and feel confident in the subject and the ability to pass all examinations with this exact mindset.
I have a Bachelor on Primary Education from University of Athens and a Master on Special Educational Needs from University of East London. Now I will start a Master at UWS. Also i have experience working as a Special Education Assistant with Pupils with Asperger, ADHD, Dyslexia and Leanrning Difficulties.
I have a lot of experience working with people aged between 8 - 62, with a variety of abilities and learning styles. I have knowledge of English, maths, sports and employment skills. I use different teaching strategies tailored to each individual learner.
I like to take my students step by step through what they need to do. I like to explain things to them clearly and reassure them when they are upset or shy or just worried at all. I would like to be able to teach well.
I prefer to focus on the work that the student specifically needs help with. Generally I would suggest a brief recap of what the student has covered recently in class, going into detail on any areas that were confusing and need further clarification and then doing some questions that go over those same areas.
I have experience working with many students with a variety of different learning difficulties. I am able to help with learning about different difficulties as well as explain issues regarding scribing, reading and prompting in examinations. My experience is classroom based and I am informal in my teaching methods, preferring to answer questions rather than teach in a lecture style.
Have taught and supported those with dyslexia and behavioural Issues basic maths and English. I engage well with those that struggle to engage with Education.
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