In my experience, one of the best methods of teaching a student of mine to understand (not just know) a topic, was to simply listen to how they think, process, and see the actual concept of it, and in the process pick out any misconceptions , and silent questions of why do we do that?
I have worked as a teacher assistant for Maths and English for around the last 1.5 years. I finished my GCSE's last summer, receiving a 9 in Maths, and an A* in Further Maths, so I have very recent, first hand experience of sitting in that exam hall with an intimidating bunch of maths questions in front of me.
First lesson, of 45 mins for free;
£15 per lesson after.
Experience: worked as a teacher assistant for approx. 1.5 years, for maths and English
Qualifications: GCSE Maths 9, GCSE Further Maths A*
Olga has lots of experience since she Tutored her friends for GCSEs, she then started working at Kumon to better educate kids and spread her knowledge. Olga is very trustworthy as she is always focused on bettering herself and others
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