Award Winning Maths Tutor in London Specialised in preparing Students for success in 10+, 11+ Maths Tutor, pre-test 13+, 13+, GCSEs, A-level and IB, and homeschooling. - Which subject(s) do you teach? My expertise and passion for helping students unlock their learning potential led me to found Hampstead & Frognal Tutors in 2010.
My approach on methodology depends on the student I am working with and their individual aims and objectives for the tuition. Some of my students just want to prepare for exams, so we do extensive work on past papers, revision and exam technique.
I have and will always strive for 3 things: 1) making student find joy in understanding the fundamentals and the importance of each topic 2) allow students to understand how to apply their knowledge in real life by giving them relevant examples 3) and of course...
I enjoy one on one teaching to allow my students to be helped with a personal care and try to identify why they might be struggling. This also helps be share my love of the subject to those who I am helping. I enjoy looking for ways tp explain concepts is unconventional ways to help my pupils understand them.
I am currently doing my PhD in mathematics at Imperial College London, but my background is in theoretical physics. I have been a physics and mathematics tutor for three years now, mentoring about 80 students, up to university level.
Understanding is always better than memorisation. True depth in understanding eliminates the need to remember facts/processes/tricks/examples as much, which makes an exam a whole lot less stressful! (I talk from experience!!!) My aim when tutoring is always to foster this depth in understanding and not simply to get a student through an exam on their capacity to retain information temporarily.
I teach Maths to Primary school children and Secondary school children and also cover the 11+ and 13+ exams for selective schools. All my students have developed a love for Maths.
Tutoring Approach SATs & 11+: Dr Puri mainly help students in solving sample paper questions. He helps students to develop technique to solve questions using short and long method (when possible). If the student is particular weak in a topic, a full lesson dedicate in confidence building in the weak areas.
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 can readily talk mathematics at university level - analysis, algebra, geometry, statistics you name it. I like to work with well-chosen examples and work them out in depth. I think it is important to reinterpret a piece of mathematics in ones own words and being able to apply the main ideas to a bunch of good examples. I think I can provide guidance in doing so.
Most of my teaching time has been spent with students in secondary education, with a focus on maths, economics, and history. My teaching methodology is one that aims to improve students' confidence as a first priority, enabling them to feel that the challenges they face are manageable and surmountable.
My approach to tutoring is to consider every student as an individual and to make learning fun. I have a passion for the subjects that I teach and I try to enthuse my students too. A happy student is a more productive student and I endeavour to make my tutoring sessions a highlight of their week, rather than a chore.
I base my tutoring around the homework supplied by the student. I am a highly experienced tutor, tutoring pupils up to the age of 16, including preparation for the 11+ and GCSE. I tutor Maths, Verbal Reasoning, Non-verbal Reasoning, English and Science.
My focus is on 1 to 1 sessions on all topics covered in Maths for GCSE and A-Level. I mark and grade past papers, going through areas of concern with each student to ensure high passes. I take a meticulous approach with each of students.
Qith the ability to tutor Maths, Business, Economics, and French, I find ways to engage my pupils through various learning methods. I primarily specialise in Mathematics intervention and booster classes however with my experience have been able to build upon high achievers' knowledge. If you'd like to get to know more about me, to see what we can achieve, happy to have an initial chat.
My teaching method is very calm and structured. I prefer a step by step approach to problems. I always go through a theory together with the student and perform a few example exercises, before supervising the student as they practice themselves.
I have various experience, from teaching students who need extra boost to naturally talented students. I teach by perfecting the understanding of the foundation of Mathematics, so that my students are able to grasp the entirety of the problem. I am a devoted student of Mathematics at Queen Mary University, and I aspire to become a professor in the field of pure Mathematics.
A teaching method comprises the principles and methods used by teachers to enable student learning. ... Students are viewed as “empty vessels” whose primary role is to passively receive information (via lectures and direct instruction) with an end goal of testing and assessment.
My method of teaching encourages learning by heavy practicing; I truly believe anyone can learn Mathematics at a higher level through consistent, constant and thorough practicing.
I believe in learning through understanding. My classes are fun and interactive, using techniques such as creating mind maps with students and using visual aids for learning especially in science classes, followed up by using past papers to drill exam techniques weeks prior to important examinations.
i would usually start the instruction by seeing your level of understanding. i could both give a technical tutotial giving you the tools to tackle problems, or a theory like tutorial where i would talk about interesting problem that are more logic based in order to enlargen the field of mathematics which you understand.
my method of teaching is by attempting. id quickly explain the fundamentals but take time during the actual attempt to solve a problem. breaking the problem down to individual parts so its easier to take in.
I base my classes on the school syllabus and the student's weaknesses in attempt to make his weakness a strength. I go through textbooks and extra material that I will provide based on my research and personal analysis of the student. Once the student is familiar with the general information I make him do practice questions on practice books and then past exam papers.
I base my class on the very basics as I believe if the basics are clear then one can have complete understanding of the topic throughout.
I like to break down the whole syllabus and specification so we can go through key aspects in detail. I firstly explain concepts and give the key information that need to be remembered such as equations or graph types. Then to recap i give mini tests to check that you understand the topic.
As a student myself, I would not like to give boring lectures during the lessons. Instead, my teaching goal is to make things clear, precise and interactive for all students. Why, What, How? - I will usually teach from the reasoning or proving part of a topic, followed by the main content and its application on daily lives to make students understand the certain topic from various aspects.
I would make sure my teaching wouldnt be boring by making them understand the topic using real life examples , videos and specially summarise notes to make sure they remember all key points.
I focus a lot on the 'quality over quantity' approach by going in depth of the topics until my student has an intuitive understanding of the subject. This allows for a smoother transition between topics and an elevated confidence level.
Lessons are designed to suit the individual needs of your child. I start with the basic concepts of the topic in hand and, following this if understood, I build on from there to more difficult concepts and so to more difficult questioning. As a tutor, I can assess for learning immediately and the lesson can be altered there and then.
Each lesson I will teach in a way to fit the needs of the pupil, these may include: - Staying ahead of the Syllabus taught in school, by teaching the syllabus on a weekly basis, allowing the pupil to have a better grip on a topic by the time they are scholastically introduced to it.
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