I currently teach KS3, IGCSE and A-Level Maths at an international school, where I specialise in Cambridge International Examinations. My lessons consist of doing a starter based on a previous topic or background knowledge needed for the new topic. Then I teach the concept, do a couple of examples and I let pupils try exercises on their own, with scaffolding if needed.
I am a qualified Performing Arts teacher who has also been teaching Maths in private tuitions for more than 25 years.
MSci Chemistry undergraduate student at University College London with a keen interest in sharing my passion to others towards chemistry and maths. I am patient, friendly and enjoy teaching. My main goal is to improve my tutee's grades, confidence and most of all their strong fundamental understanding towards the subject.
I am a petroleum engineer with experience in field and in research as well, currently doing a MSc. I have taught to University students mainly studying engineering or areas involved with maths. But I have also taught to students in secondary or high school from basic algebra, trigonometry to multi variable calculus. I have taught to small groups (3 or 4 people) or individually.
I always endeavour to produce a comfortable yet efficient teaching environment in which the student is motivated to learn and has access to the right tools and knowledge to do so. I am very aware and understanding of the fact that every student learns differently and at different paces and so I make it a necessity to tailor each session to the individual to ensure maximum learning and happiness.
The aspect of work that most distinguishes the top students from the rest is the number of past questions they complete. For this reason my classes general follow a pattern of me teaching for around a third of our time, completing questions based on that topic for the next third and then completing questions on topics previously encountered for the final third.
I give casual lessons to people I know or who are struggling in GCSE Maths, Chemistry or any other STEM subjects. I have also taught Primary School children Year 6 Maths ready for their SATs, every Wednesday after school. I am techniques are going through the specification and having small sessions, where I bring exam questions or go through anything that they unsure about.
I base my lessons on understanding of students. I use technology to make students understand math contents easily. Even if they have difficulties in math, I believe in that with some effort, they can overcome all these difficulties. Also homework will help us in this process.
I don't have muchexperience at teaching as it isn't something I've done before. Though having a sister and younger relatives I'm very good with kids and hence this makes me quite interested in teaching. Myself I'm only 16 years old and being somewhat closer to these primary and secondary ages I feel that I know better than anyone on how to teach the subject.
My teaching method is very interactive, practical and full of life. I put my heart into what I do. I teach with practical examples and offer tailored advice on how to approach your exams. I also conduct progress checks as we journey through the lessons. It is never a dull moment. 100% money back guarantee.
My teaching method is to go over the things that the student is currently working on and find out any weak areas. We then work on those particular areas more thoroughly whilst making sure they are keeping up with everything else. I also often look over past test papers and use those to prepare the student for their exams. As well as this I can offer help with any other homework or class work.
I prepare students for the exam by going through past paper questions and explaining in an easy way to understand, how they can reach the answer. I teach maths up to A-level or first year of most degree requiring maths.
I enjoy sharing my passion in mathematics. I marvel its beauty in modelling what can be seen and what cannot be seen, thus I feel that it is important to make my lessons as relatable and interesting as possible. I always try to be adaptable & patient, tailoring the lessons to suit different students' needs (either exam prep or general support, etc) are met.
I am a Masters graduate in Econometrics and Mathematical Economics from LSE. I used to teach Microeconomics to second year undergraduates as a Graduate Teaching Assistant. I have trained as an Electrical Engineer and also have an MBA. I am very passionate about teaching and have PhD offers from multiple universities.
My teaching method is adapted to the student's need. It can either be being a step ahead of that what she/he might be studying, reexplaining or catching up. I always tend to divide a lesson between the lesson in itself and the practice as it is more important for a student to practice and to master the material rather than cramming it.
I am a Student Midwife currently in my 2nd year of training! Previously I have studied A-level Maths and have achieved a grade A, along with Biology and Psychology A-level. Can assist students studying upto AS Level in Maths by providing help in certain topics/exam questions. Flexible with my lessons, can be weekly via Webcam or face-to-face.
My method of tutoring is very tailored; every student learns in a different style and at a different pace. I’m willing to explain something a hundred times until you fully understand it. For younger children, I can include props and playful techniques in my sessions to make learning fun. I’m eager to help with homework and exam prep.
I am a Physics student at QMUL, about to enter my 3rd year. I generally tutor younger children, ranging from years 3/4 to GCSE level.
In group lessons I generally begin by asking the students what they have been studying and what they found difficult. I then proceed to demonstrate the concepts with easy examples and build up the complexity as I go along. Finally, I give new examples to the students to try on their own and when they finish we discuss the results and any other difficulties they encountered.
The lessons' general structure would be distributed as 50% explanation, 50% exercises. We will be setting up together targets and deadlines to work on every lesson at the beginning of our itinerary, have a review of targets achieved every 5 lessons .
My teaching method is called explain-repeat. I explain the topic to my student in detail and then ask them to repeat that to me. By doing so, the student has the ability to have all parts of the brain that is responsible for memorizing involved.
My teaching method depends on the experience of my tutees and the difficulties they have with their studies. For those who have grasped the concepts before in school lessons, I focus on exam technique and practice questions.
learn with fun is my method, as many students wants 1:1 tutions i am good at private coaching and so you will learn more easily and quickly with fun loving tips and learning methods. The best way is to develop personality and confidence.
I teach from Primary to GCSE level. I am willing and able to give tuition for those seeking in Maths or Economics. I will dedicate my time to ensure that your child gets the grade they deserve by keeping a track record and pinpointing their strengths and weaknesses through exams. I will teach them further than they are taught at school so during school time the lessons will become easier for them.
I am an experienced tutor offering assistance with learning or revising Maths up to Degree standard Whether you are a student looking for extra practice or revision, a parent searching for academic support for your child, or an adult looking to improve your Maths, I am here to help
I have been teaching since 2008 with some of the best online teaching companies in the world. Experience of 9 years is more enough to show my teaching skills to different types of students from different countries. My subjects of expertise are Physics, Chemistry and Maths with the class range from Elementary level to college grade.
I am a Mathematics student at the University of Oxford. At school, I was lazy and unfocused until I discovered the creative, elegant side of Mathematics and Physics. This changed the direction of my life and, at present, I hope to become an academic researcher in the field.
I teach Maths so that the techniques are straight forward and the concepts are easy to understand. I use online and paper resources for regular practice and past exam practice papers for supporting with exam management. I am very patient as I have lots of experience with students are find most aspects of Maths challenging.
I like to run my tutoring sessions with the students bringing in questions they are having trouble with or areas of the course they are stuck with and we work through it together. With lessons having a limited time frame it is important to be productive.
I always give interesting examples to students to get them to the topic of the day. I am patient and listen to all students and clear their doubts. I never leave my weak students alone. I take all students with me.
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