I'm an architectural engineering student at Heriot-Watt university - I love maths and have helped younger students with their studies throughout my high school years. I teach using problem-based learning and try to tailor each lesson to individuals' needs.
My teaching method revolves around confidence boosting through quizzes, questioning and student participation. People learn best through interaction, rather than the teacher constantly droning. Through this I will aim to deliver concrete teaching methods that allows the student to question and formulate their own answers.
I am at university studying Biology but I have taken maths all the way through school and into university modules as well. I can teach Maths from primary school all the way through to AS-level without issue. Depending on what help you want I can teach topics in order to help you understand or I can work through practice questions with you until you grasp a topic fully.
I believe that communication is key. One must build a strong rapport with their students whilst also ensuring that they go home and practice the material they want to teach their students. Most of the time it is a lack of confidence and practice that hold a student back from achieving their potential. I believe in partnering up with my students to ensure we tackle the subjects as a team.
My methodology for teaching routes from the experience I gained while working as Learning Mentor for City Year. As I guide students through their topics of struggle, I'll attempt to understand how and why certain areas get them caught up, as to gain their perspective of the subject. Through this method we're able to progress through the topic together, whilst at a pace they can comfortably work at.
My teaching method is not so hard, I teach as easy that even a IV or V class students can learn matriculation level chemistry and trigonometric. If someone can't get me then i provide extra classes at their own cost to make them equal to others.
I customise my teaching based upon my student's needs. While some students like me to go through theory more extensively before jumping into questions, others like to practice exam questions together. I create worksheets and solve the problems my students need help with before each session, and try to hone in as much as I can on their areas of difficulty.
I have a background in Law that has equipped me with a good analytical mind able to break down complex Math into its simple components. Learning should be fun - I am not afraid to be humourous, though sometimes Math humour is hard to come by.
My name is Styliana and I'm currently a biomedical student at the University of East Anglia. I've completed IGCE and A level examinations where I achieved excellent marks. I'm more than happy to pass my current knowledge in biology, chemistry and maths to others.
Hi! I am a Undergraduate Student currently studying at UEA, Norwich. I obtained a results of ABB for my A levels for Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry. I also obtained 3A* and 4A for my GCSE O Levels, A* being Mathematics D, Chemistry and Accounting while A for Additional Mathematics, Physics, Biology and English Language.
My name is Abbie, I'm 21 and currently studying Meteorology & Oceanograpghy at UEA. I have always had a strong passion for Maths and would love the opportunity to help others at a variety of levels, from primary up to GCSE (also a possibility of AS). For me, it's not about how I want to teach, it is what is the most efficient way for you to learn.
I am a hardworking student in year 12 who enjoys learning. I am patient and well organised. Science and Maths are my favourite subjects and I am hoping to study Natural Sciences at university level. I believe that everyone has the capacity to learn any subject. It is my desire to build confidence in any individual who wishes to study any subject they have an interest in or want help with.
I taught A Level Maths and Further Maths at Paston Sixth Form College in Norfolk for over 20 years. I'm calm and good-humoured at all times, and I aim to strike up a rapport with you and every student; I also hope to challenge you when that is what is needed. I love maths, and I hope that I can help you love it too.
A friendly and worry-free environment to practice the most confusing aspects of GCSE or A-level maths. Whether it's numbers, shapes, or algebra that confuse you most, we'll work through it together and help you build the skills and confidence to tackle complex problems in the future.
I am a former teacher of physics and science, who accumulated three years of experience in the industry. I worked my way in this short time to be deputy head of the science department. Previous to teaching, I completed my teacher training at the UEA straight after completing my degree in Physics with Astrophysics from the University of York.
Tailored individually to the pupil's needs and based around the specific course they need the tutoring for. Clear, friendly and structured tutoring to bring out the best in you.
My teaching methods are based on pupils levels. I will assess them and focus in areas most work needed plan accordingly. I also run courses from beginners to advance Math pupils. Depending on your needs one to one tuition is also available for all age groups.
I have just finished my A-levels and having been a tutor for the new Maths GCSE fro the past two years I am very familiar with this syllabus as well, I am currently studying Maths at Warwick. My tutoring method varies from student to student to suit their learning method.
I have just finished my A-Levels and therefore am very familiar with current A-Level and GCSE material. I employ multiple approaches to ensure I tailor my teaching to each student. Each lesson focusses on a key subject with a recap and a plenary at the end and beginning respectively.
My teaching method is based around using past paper questions to develop exam technique and further the students knowledge in the subject.
I like to teach by first recapping the basic concepts of a topic, and then develop the concept and work them into harder problems, progressing the students' skill level with a topic until they are confident and proficient in an area. Once I feel the student is ready I will test them with past exam questions, which we will go through the mark scheme of afterwards.
As an educational tutor, I have most recently worked with A-Level and GCSE pupils in mainly maths and Physics but also wider sciences. Previously I have worked with peers when I was at school and University helping them with the subjects that they found difficult as well as with candidates from family and friendship groups as well as websites like this one.
16 year old currently studying A Level Maths, Further Maths and Computing at the University Technical College Norfolk. I achieved an A* in GCSE maths and an A in Further Maths. I will teach with examples, worksheets and past papers.
I am able to give lessons from primary school to year 11 (GCSE). I will teach by going through the topic and providing questions to practice (if applicable). I am an incredibly friendly and patient person, and am hoping to become a primary school teacher.
I am happy to tutor anyone up to and including AS-level students for Maths and Physics, but only up to GCSE standard for any other subject. For other subjects, you may need to check I did them at GCSE and whether I would be confident to tutor you, as I did not excel in all subjects.
I find weaknesses through discussing topics to find where the lack of understanding is and write my own questions that directly target the personal weakness. I find this is a very personal method that helps me to learn the best methods for the student and also helps their weaknesses directly.
I finished A Levels this summer (maths, further maths, physics and chemistry), and received A*s in all four. Will be studying physics at Durham University. Able to tutor with maths and physics up to secondary or AS level. I think it's important to really understand a topic rather than simply memorise facts or a method and that is how I aim to teach.
My teaching method is all about communication, maths isn't something you can memorise and constant work is necessary, questions and flashcards as well as games improve the willingness of a student to learn. It's essential to keep maths fun and modern, which is an approach which a lot of people don't use.
Having just sat the new GCSE's, I am well aware of the methods and thought processes that pupils will use during exams. This therefore means that I will be able to explain methods of solving GCSE style questions in ways that people will easily be able to understand from a student's perspective.
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