I believe understanding is key - ideas should not be memorised, but understood deeply. To achieve this, it's important to identify the suitable method for each student, as it varies for each individual, to help them absorb new ideas quickly, yet with a complete understanding of the material.
The student's interest must first be stirred and their own curiosity should be used to lead them through the topic - any questions are encouraged and discussed fully. I particularly like using diagrams as I feel the visualisation of concepts is just as important as the verbal discussion of the concept.
I'm an undergraduate physics student at the University of Oxford. I’ve completed GCSE's and A-levels (Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Physics, Computer Science and an AS in Chemistry). I've been tutoring for several years - I started with neighbourhood kids, but now I regularly teach classes at home.
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