My teaching method is as hands-on as possible. I will ask them to try and solve the problem as much as they can and then explain step-by-step how to solve it showing how it differed from their attempt. With children who find it easier to visual the problem I will use 3D models and props to help teach them.
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.
I have taught GCSE and A level maths and further maths for over 25 years, both as a tutor and teaching in a variety of organisations, from independent and state schools to sixth form and further education colleges. I have very good knowledge of the latest changes in the GCSE and A level maths curriculum and how best to deliver the content in either a one to one or group situation.
when i teach i show the student the fun side of what they're doing and the simplicity and elegance of it. this helps them to understand the roots of the topic and therefore tackle any question thrown their way, i usually teach A level students as I know a levels can be tough at first but after they understand what they are doing they are completely fine.
I come from a strong background in Chemistry and Mathematics with Ph.D. in Chemistry. I have been teaching a wide spectrum of students for 10 years now. Currently, I am teaching Chemistry and Microbiology to BTEC Level 3 Forensic Science student and Chemistry and Mathematics to A-Level (board OCR) student. Recently my former student procured distinction (D3) in all her assignments.
I give lessons to students studying science or mathematics topics at GCSE or A-level. I like to use an adaptive approach to teaching which involves identifying the areas a student is struggling with and focusing on them by breaking them down into easy to understand concepts and developing the skills the student needs to tackle these concepts independently in their exams.
I am a passionate, enthusiastic and resilient newly qualified teacher of mathematics. I'm trained to teach children in the 11-18 age range (secondary school) . However, with my Qualified teacher and PGCE status, I can teach in primary school too. I believe every child should be encouraged to explore how far they can go to achieve their very best in mathematics.
My teaching method would be to interact with the student and ask what they already know and help them further to understand and teach them what they need.
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'm currently a student at the Exeter Mathematics School looking to help Secondary School students with their Mathematics. Given the new GCSE's graded 1 to 9, the difficulty of Mathematics at the secondary school level has risen greatly and a lot of students struggle with it's memory oriented exams.
A highly motivated and dedicated student Of mechanical engineering with extensive tutoring experience in Physics, Chemistry and mathematics. I’ve been teaching these subjects privately to GCSE/O-LEVEL and Alevel students from 4 years now helping 100's of students achieve their academic goals. I on average manage to get my students achieve 2 grades higher than their predicted grades..
I am a qualified Performing Arts teacher who has also been teaching Maths in private tuitions for more than 25 years.
I am a 2nd year Astrophysics student at Cardiff University, comfortable teaching maths and physics from Secondary to A level. I aim to achieve a fun and comfortable learning environment, structuring my lessons around the tutee's preferences. I like to get to know my tutee and understand what they wish to get out of our tutoring sessions. I then plan my sessions to ensure they achieve the goals.
I have only had experience teaching GCSE and A Level, but would consider helping out undergraduates. As a scientist, I wholeheartedly believe in the value of teaching from first principles. You don't have to remember how to do something if you understand the concept. I also did not achieve my full potential in A Level, but I went on to achieve well at university.
When you're really stuck with Maths, it sucks, isn't it? I remember how a little bit of one to one tutoring had helped me develop a logical way of tackling problems. My teaching focuses on the following: 1. Reading the question damn right 2. Visualising what it's asking 3. Going backwards 4. Consider quicker alternative methods (i.e. symmetry) 5. Understanding of the concepts 6.
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 am a Blackpool Sixth Form College student who is taking A-level Maths, A-level Chemistry, A-level Biology. For my GCSE maths I was in the top 2% of the country and achieved an A**. I am quite good at slowing methods down and explaining stuff step-by-step.
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 have successfully tutored in GCSE Maths, Science and English, as well as for the 11+. Furthermore, I taught on a weekly basis, for a year, at a local primary school.My academic record is excellent (I achieved 10 A*s at GCSE and am currently awaiting my IB results).
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've always enjoyed maths - both learning about it and talking to others about it. I achieved 100% at GCSE Maths and also attained an A* at A-Level Maths. I have experience in teaching my younger brother maths, and am able to tutor up to and including A-Level.
I am adapting my way of teaching to every student according to what you a they need. I can help young students to do their homework and give them methodological Technics. I can also provide training exercises to prepare you to an exam or explain a lecture more in details.
- I have qualifications in Mathematics to an A-Level Standards, achieving the highest grades possible in iGCSE Mathematics (A*), Further Mathematics (OCR, A**) and A-Level Mathematics (OCR MEI, A*). I can provide specific exam preparation or provide support to students who are having problems in mathematics.
I am a first year university student. I can give lessons to anyone ranging from year five to sixth form. We will meet either on Skype or in person thrice a week for an hour. The frequency of the sessions might increase based on your level of understanding. We will take the first session to access your level of understanding and go from there.
I am a university student, studying law. I attained an A* for A level Economics and tutor economics to A level and GCSE students. I also teach GCSE Maths and English. I teach in a one to one format, whereby I tailor my teaching to the individual's needs. I make sure, I teach the content, then provide exam tips, exam prep and then go back and recap the content to maximise retention levels.
I'm currently studying Physics with Astrophysics and Cosmology MPhys (Hons) at Portsmouth University and I offer Maths and Physics lessons to First Year Degree level downwards (i.e. A Levels and GCSE Level and below) My teaching will be relaxed and we'll go at your pace, if you struggle to understand something there will always be an explanation of it that you will.
I graduated from UC Berkeley and moved to London 3 years ago. I love math and love education but think one on one tutoring or small group learning can really help children learn in school and excel. I love math and have enjoyed it my whole life- but have always done well in other subjects as well. My mother is an English and history teacher so I have been blessed with her teaching genes as well.
I am currently a part-time ACCA student working with Rail Delivery Group full time. I provide online and one-to-one tuition to students from Key Stage 1 to GCSE level. Lesson structure varies from day to day and includes educational trips, helpful websites and fun exercises.
My name is Jonathan Mason I am a Psychology Graduate and currently study masters of education. I have worked in education for several years now. I have been a teaching assistant and tutor for students with a range of difficulties and challenges and understand the complexities of learning.
I have experience teaching from year 1 to undergraduate level! As a tutor I will hope to find the best way your child learns and then teach in that style! I can guarantee that I will be able to get any student to their desired target!
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