My teaching method is not fixed. Since every student is different so as his learning abilities. Therefore, I set my methodology on the basis of my student's understanding. However, it is certain that you learn more when you discuss more so, I try to create an interactive environment and this is also to ascertain if the student is learning what is being taught.
I am a very patient person and I will find the best way to help you learn the topics. I have been helping my dyslexic friend with every year of maths she has had and she walks away from our sessions with an understanding of the maths and is not frustrated by her learning struggle. I will put in the same amount of effort for you that I possibly can.
I teach my classes to kids looking for help with Scottish exam level maths and physics. I focus on the existing knowledge and skills of the child, questioning them to think of solutions then guiding them through these, as I think we learn so much better when we are challenged ourselves to produce the answer rather than copy a routine.
Since I am new to tutoring, my teaching methodology is still being formed. I believe it is best to form an individual approach tailored to each student and explain concepts in a way adapted to their ways of thinking and learning.
I am a very experienced mathematician who enjoys breathing life into the subject. My background is in secondary education and I understand completely the barriers and difficulties people have with the subject. The main strategy to solve these problems is using clear explanation and lots of examples to illustrate the difficult topics.
I believe that there is no set way in which learning can be carried out so I will work with both the student and parent in order to find the best approach for the students needs.
My teaching method is fun and I use textbooks and worksheets in order to help the student to enjoy the subject. If it is not enjoyable it is harder to learn. I have a range of students from as young as nusery children to people in university.
I am a full time chemical engineer working in energy/nuclear decommissioning. I did my GCSEs and A-levels (Biology, Chemistry and Maths) in London before moving out for my degree in Chemical Engineering in the University of Aberdeen in 2009-2013. Since then I have worked as a chemical/process engineer in the nuclear industry.
In my first year of a Mechanical Engineering degree. I give lessons to anyone taking Checkpoint GCSE and A level Mathematics. Use a one on One technique with my students and always encourage extra work, homework is and important part of my methodology and lesson structure.
Hey there! I currently study mechanical engineering at Strathclyde University in Glasgow and I am looking to tutor maths and physics over the summer, upto SQA Higher level. Personally, I feel that the way maths is generally taught in schools in Scotland leaves much to be desired and can be very boring. This was certainly my experience during my school years.
I approach each student as an individual. Each person will have different needs, and it is important first to understand these before constructing a lesson. Seemingly complex concepts can often be understood when the right examples are chosen to illustrate them, and these should be tailored to the student's needs and interests.
I 'd like to help high school students. such like 11 degrees students, 12 degrees or 13 degrees. My teaching method is focusing on students' home exercises, especially on the mistaken exercises.
I since high school have found and refined my ability to analyse any subject , break it down to its basic principles and then put it through in the most basic way possible and build up effectively and efficiently any complex concept to any one in the shortest time possible.
I teach Maths by laying out a structure of working to solve a problem, and teach how to identify a problem to then to use the newly learned structure and break down the complex question into easy-step solutions. It is a method I use in Engineering Maths at University and is a technique that arms anyone with the ability to solve a complex maths problem.
I have a very simple method of teaching, I go through every topic without making it complicated for students. My intention has always been to teach the difficult stuff in the easiest way possible. I mostly teach students who are doing O and A levels.
I give lessons to GCSE students who need a boost or some one on one attention to reach the grade they need (whether it be a C or an A*). I believe that all students learn differently and have varying strengths and weaknesses, especially in Maths, so I do my best to cater to each student's individual learning style.
When I teach a topic for the first time, I call on knowledge from previous topics that the students already know so that they can see how it ties-in and relates to a bigger picture. After teaching a topic, we work questions to reinforce the concepts and I progressively provide less and less help.
I like to base my classes on the students actually understanding why they’re doing the things they’re supposed to. I don’t think it is useful to simply learn things for the sole purpose of passing an exam. I enjoy teaching students how to love a subject.
My teaching methods is based on notes,diagrams for every topic and practice questions as well as past papers. *I can coach you in answering such subjects -Biology(A-Levels,IGCSES) -Maths(IGCSES) *I can provide -Shortcuts to good grades -Finding critical questions in papers which will help you understand topics better -Practising past papers under my supervision, where I’ll help upon needed.
My teaching method is basically going through the questions the students are struggling with, specifically in maths. I will approach them in the most logical and simplest method and try not to over complicate the student by adding unnecessary information that will not help the students.
I like to present the problem with the simplest way possible and when students feel confident enough with the nature of the problem I introduce to them the problem in a mathematical form. This way students don't lose their interest.
I like to gain the students trust as I’m a student myself I feel like they will open up to me in what they struggle with so I can help them in that area I’ve gained the trust of students before and I’ve helped them in the area they have struggled with
As i am an undergraduate student i have a grip on my subjects all levels below that. The way i like to teach is by first explaining a topic then giving the students a lot of questions to practice, because it is very important not just to understand the subjects but also remember how to approach different questions.
Multi-lingual Post Graduate Engineering Diploma holder with fluency in English and Urdu is providing friendly and easy to understand private tutoring at all Primary and Secondary Maths Levels. Can assess needs before agreeing support provision (for Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry etcetera) to assist with problem areas, help with exam revision or homework.
Hi, I'm Charlie and I'm studying maths at Glasgow university. I have A's in both maths and further maths A-level so have a good knowledge of algebra, calculus, trig, stats, complex numbers, and decisions maths.
I am 22 years old who used to study in Germany and took a transfer in Strathclyde in Civil engineering department. I prefer working with students at highschool who need help with maths and physics. I use the same techniques as the IBO uses for the IB-Diploma as i have a degree from IB.
I aim to present topics which the student is covering in class in new and exciting ways, and try to approach things from different angles to help the student learn. I am a patient teacher who knows what it is like to not understand a topic and works hard to help you.
I teach each lesson based on the students needs and abilities. I From years of studying the respective subjects, I can offer an in depth explanation to the relative subject matter which allows the student a whole different perspective from the approach taken in the classroom. I hold the view that rigorous past paper practice is the key to achieving good grades in exams.
I base my classes on explaining the concept using real world daily scenarios. Focusing on improving number logic, application ability and proof of concept. Derivations of equations is almost as important as a mathematical equation itself. Some of the application technique would stay life long.
I mostly use intuitive thinking and solve lots of practical cases. I discourage the student to use the "one size fits all" approach when solving questions. Students easily feel close to me, as such, they are not ashamed to raise any doubts when the time comes. Friendly, patient, and a good listener.
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