Everyone learns differently, so I aim to first tackle the topics that make up the foundation of Maths & Physics then proceeding onto the exam questions. I like to reinforce learning continuously so subjects are not forgotten. I look to establish the lessons topic before hand and set out a worksheet so the student is familiar with the lessons agenda.
My teaching method is to use real life and relatable situations as references while teaching. I also enjoy visual teaching as I believe it is more catchy and can be easily remembered. I believe in making my students set goals and targets for themselves with rewards for achieving the targets, this will keep them focussed and determined to accomplish their set target.
I like to take a more relaxing and fun approach to teaching. I want to ensure that the student I am helping feels comfortable to ask questions and is aware that mistakes are made and that we learn from them. At the beginning of each session I would discuss with the student what they currently struggling with and what they feel they need more help with.
Perfect the basics and the complicated 'stuff' will follow. Mathematics is like a maze. If you enter the maze without knowing the first few turns, no matter how hard you try, you will only become more lost. Simplicity is key in Mathemnatics. Tackle each question clearly and ALWAYS draw diagrams.
I am giving lessons in Physics and Maths up to GCSE. The techniques I use are: to go through the theory behind a topic and then go through the specific methodology of completing related questions. Then allow the student to attempt similar questions to ensure they understand the information.
I aim to give lessons to those up to University level.
I'm able to aid anyone at GCSE level or below. The structure of the lessons will be entirely catered to the student's needs. They will also be taken through the subject areas at the individuals required pace, areas will be studied more if it's needed.
I am an aspiring teacher of A-level maths and science. I will speak the student in order to get to know them better and ask them which teaching method they would prefer I use e.g. visual methods such as diagrams or providing my own notes on the subject.
I prefer one-on-one tutoring and enjoy engaging my students with fun and challenging math problems. I like to apply math to real world situations to allow my students to fully understand the relevance and necessity of knowing and using math in their everyday lives.
I have just recently finished a maths degree in Cardiff university but back in A-levels I taught GCSE Maths. My approach to lessons are starting with a few short questions from previous weeks (I find this means when having to revise before exams it is less difficult to remember and therefore require less revision, giving yourself more time to revise for other subjects).
I base my classes on topics that the student is struggling with the most. From then on, I will go through the topics one-by-one in order of their weakest to their strongest. This is determined from the first lesson, which I use to base the following lessons on.
I believe in the gamification of my lectures and try to make things as simple as possible.
Try to alter the pace of lessons according to the ability of the students. Explain concepts from the grass root level in a logical manner so that the student is able to handle questions which he has not seen earlier.
My tutoring can range from a level of, A level mathematics in which i gained an A grade to GCSE mathematics and lower levels. Dependent on how you like to learn i can create challenging questions to improve exam style answers or set techniques for answering questions that can guarantee to pick up those easily missed marks.
I try to act more as a mentor than simply a teacher trying to pass on curriculum knowledge. I try to offer advice in topics I myself found difficult in school as well as easier and unique ways to remembering some of the more difficult areas that crop up in maths and science.
I'm a 2nd Year Physics student at Cardiff, I went to Sixth Form in Cambridge, and am very passionate about Maths, achieving an A* in Maths and a B in Further Maths at A level. I give lessons to GCSE, AS and A level students (Maths and Further Maths), provided the students are willing and eager to succeed.
Step by step logical progressions underpinned by the Exam board specification for the subject and directed by your curriculum and areas you are currently covering or having difficulty with. I am patient, caring and meticulous in my work - I will put as much in as you do.
I am currently studying English Literature at Cardiff University and have also studied Mathematics at the University of Bristol. I have a passion for both of these subjects and have experience teaching both. Lessons will be structured as an accompaniment to school lessons; covering the basis of a topic and then expanding understanding through examples and different explanations.
I am an Electrical Engineer with vast knowledge of Science and other subjects. I can teach most of the science and few other subjects till GCSE Level. My most successful technique is to come down to the level of the student and raise him along with me to the required level of competence.I help my students get tough academic targets on time.
I am future school teacher (since June 2018) who has started practising since 2013. There were more than 300 students during my practising. Because I was studying in MIPT, I worked as a teacher of course "Olympiad Maths" when we prepared kids to competitions of different level. And then I was invited to give the course on 2 Summer International Schools.
Whilst my main study currently is an Astrophysics masters degree, I have a deep love for the mathematical method which has greatly enhanced my development in understanding the physical world. As of May 2018 I am in my first year of university having already received 2 A*s in mathematics and further mathematics with an A in physics at A-level.
Throughout my PGCE I tried many different teaching styles and have yet to pinpoint one that truly represents me. I am relaxed and easy going (when appropriate, of course) but I will always offer clear and concise methods and explanations within Mathematics.
My teaching approach is to first find out all the topics the student needs help with and split each session to focus on an individual topic, putting emphasis on the areas where students struggle the most. I very much want to hear what the student wants most help with so I can provide them with the support they need.
I will give lessons from simple primary school level maths (addition, subtration, multiplication etc.
I have a 2:1 in a Masters of Physics, which is a highly numerate subject, allowing me to give lessons on Maths and Physics to students. I am engaging and personal with a logical approach to tuition. I start by retreading the core concepts to identify and clarify weak points, followed by an example based approach to consolidate the new information.
Hey I'm a medical engineering student at Cardiff University, and on track for a first. At A-levels I did Maths, physics and Biology, achieving AAB. My approach to teaching is student depended, but I feel the best way to understand something that you find tricky is to approach It from a different angle, and what better way than with help from a tutor.
I'm happy to teach Maths to anyone up to A-Level standard. I have experience with children from a young age and believe in making lessons enjoyable and relatable so the student is not worried about making mistakes or completing homework but rather feels comfortable with the subject.
I plan to use my A for Math and Physics A-level to help students get the grades they need to get into the university of their choice by applying the same methods which have allowed me to prosper in higher education.
I personally prefer flexible teaching methodology. As every students are unique, the same teaching method may not be effective to all students. Instead of having a standardised teaching method, I tend to first understand the backgrounds of students (e.g. academic level, personality, learning ability) then apply personalised teaching methods to them.
My nema is Zhe Cao, and I come from Beijing, China. I graduated from University of Arizona, USA. My major was Mechanical Engineering and minor was Mathematics. Iam postgraduate student in Cardiff University now. I am so good at mathematics. I have patient to understand students and find the weakness of the students. That's the reason why all my students respect to me and trust me.
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