I have a flexible teaching method; I like to continually adapt to each individual and how they learn. I like to use multiple approaches to explain a concept - I often find that explaining from a different angle can clarify something that may have previously confused a student. I want my students to really understand how maths works, not just to learn methods. After explanation comes practice, and I am encouraging when it comes to trying problems, getting them wrong and learning from it to get it right the next time - this is the best way to learn.
I am studying Maths at degree level, in my final year. I have knowledge of a wide range of areas of maths and came through the same GCSE and A-level system that I help students prepare for. I recently tutored a student in France preparing for the equivalent of GCSE level maths.
January-March 2020, tutoring Maths to a secondary school student in France.
April 2018-April 2019, teaching conversational English to refugees as a volunteer with Student Action for Refugees (STAR), coordinating and supervising classes.
University of Leeds, UK
September 2017 – present
BSc Mathematics (International)
2nd year average: 75
1st year average: 78
Awarded the Maths department Erasmus Prize (best year 2 average of those going on to study in Europe)
University of Paris-Diderot (Paris VII), France
September 2019 – June 2020
Mathematics, Year Abroad (3rd Year)
Keswick School, Cumbria, UK
September 2009 - June 2016
A-levels: Maths (A*), Further Maths (A), French (B)
GCSEs: A* (7), A (3), B (1)
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