I am a prospective Barts medical student who is finishing his last year of A levels in Maths, Biology, Chemistry and Physics. My experience in teaching involves running a chemistry clinic for many years at my school to teach and help GCSE chemistry students. Through this experience I have learnt about the importance of being patient, a good empathetic communicator as well as having deep and diverse subject knowledge in order to be a successful teacher by bringing the best out of students. My methods involve simultaneously teaching subject content via presentations whilst constantly asking questions to pupils to test and consolidate their understanding. Then the students would be presented with a series of practice questions and exercises to test their knowledge and answers against the required standard for their course. Any unfinished classwork needs to be completed for next lesson where the work will be marked and students will receive tailored feedback about how they can improve. Students would also be set homework assignments to complete on a weekly basis which would stretch their understanding and enable them to discover applications of what they have learnt in the real world through research.
I have been teaching GCSE chemistry students for 2 years now at my school Chemistry clinic. Each week about 10 pupils come to clinic and are taught by a team of me and 2 other senior students. Almost all of these students have all received either A or A* in their chemistry GCSE.
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