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.
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.
Hi, my name is Monique! I am currently completing my Masters in Biotechnology and Management at the University of Glasgow and completed my undergrad at the University of Waterloo in Canada. In my experience, students are most successful when lesson plans are personalized to their needs and therefore I tailor my lessons based on a student's previous knowledge, learning style and pace.
To begin with I like to ask the student what he or she is struggling with and then take it from there. I often find it is necessary to go back two or three steps. I have a bit of a knack for figuring out which fundamental piece of understanding is missing.
I tutor a range of disciplines such as advanced higher and higher Maths, Physics and Geography as well as higher English, Engineering science and Graphic communications. I work well with all ages and will aim to teach in the way that best suits you. I have course material that I can work with as well as access to specimen and past papers.
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 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.
I like to engage my students to think, understand concepts and then solve questions so they are confident to address any material no matter the context in which they find those concepts.
I know my students first before I dive in to hardcore teaching. I set up weekly meetings just to discuss the ambition of the student and if he or she has problems implementing the ideas discussed in real life. I try to relate everything to real life even when I am teaching integrals.
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.
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.
All my students have mainly been at GCSE level. I go through the theory with them, giving them weekly mini tests, and once they have a good base, I would do past papers with them.
My teaching method is very simple an friendly and makes it easy as possible for my students to learn and explore new things. I teach them the right approach to solve each problem. Will give full support where students needed but appreciate that they practice problems as much as possible.
The teaching philosophy that I like to apply is to seek better results by study techniques, focusing on how to study more than just solving homework. however, I am flexible to every methodology. I prefer to apply different pedagogical tools, not just solving the problem of the day but looking for a solution in a wider range.
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 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.
I am a friendly tutor with a substantial experience in teaching children. During the summer of 2016 I had the privilege to teach English in Japan, in Niigata prefecture. Very patient and adaptable to different learning styles and needs. Currently I am teaching Mathematics, Physics, Aerodynamics and Thermodynamics. I can also help with Computational Fluid Dynamics programs if there is an interest.
I am a post graduate in maths and give lessons at high school and undergraduate level. I am experienced with one on one tutoring. I am comfortable with adjusting the teaching methodologies to the requirements of the student. I make use of a number of softwares like Skype and Desmos in teaching.
I always prefer sequential thinking and building big ideas using smaller basic ideas from scratch rather than assuming previous knowledge, and that's why as you can see I prefer subjects which mainly depend on logic and critical thinking instead of pre-stored information.
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I am here to guide the student to understand and master the topic he/she is struggling at. I do this by explaing the topic with examples and then letting the student practise similar questions. Finally filling any gaps the student may have.
I am rahul chaudhary i teaching math since last 1 year for class 1to8 my method of teaching is uniqe i will not taught math as a boring subject but i make it intresting and easy by using very easy tricks
I give lessons to primary and secondary school students as well as those doing HNCs. So I teach a wide range of ages and levels. Willing to help out any learner who wants assistance. I clearly explain how things work through real life examples to make things easier.
My prof told me one day that if you can't explain a subject to all levels you need to study that subject . I am enthusiastic learner, with a lot of passion to share discuss and demonstrate engineering subjects to all levels (i.e. up to undergraduate level). Please contact if you have questions.
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