I like to teach by having the student approach a problem once first, then I will go through it in front of them, so they can see what they did right and where they could've missed out some marks.
If they still struggle then it is useful to prepare to read into the problems more yourself as the teacher to ensure you can walk them through it step-by-step and answer any questions they may have.
Mathematics student who studied math in 6th form in Hertfordshire before coming to Lincoln university.
I have yet to teach a large amount of students but I have always helped around with people doing the same course as me and reworded problems to make it easier for them to understand which helps me in return.
I have been top of my math class through various years of school and even received a certificate stating "Best in school" after completing GCSE math to A* standard and highest marks along with achieving Gold (top 5%) in the UK Math Challenge.
I then proceeded to take A Level Mathematics, Biology and Chemistry and passed all of them.
Which a long with my passion for mathematics landed me an unconditional offer to partake in an integrated masters degree for mathematics which I am currently undergoing.
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