The essence of maths is not to make simple things complicated, but to make complicated things simple. I, as a tutor make maths look fun and easy for students who have difficulty in solving even the most basic questions of maths.
I base my classes mostly on helping you to understand the essence of the concepts and then will want you to apply them wherever needed to solve problems. I've always been a person who gives little or almost zero importance to practicing problems and I believe that every student is capable of solving any problem on a given concept with a good understanding of the basics.
I am exam-oriented which means I'd like to guess what will be tested in the exam and help my students get well prepared, because I believe that normally we cannot remember everything appears in the lecture notes. One strategy is to remember the most important knowledge and my job is to make a summary about the most important one in notes.
My lessons are aimed at all students whether you're in school or university. My aim is to make my students enjoy and love Maths like I did because when you do the subject becomes easy. Everyone could be good at Maths long as you understand the fundamentals and this will be down to your style and which teaching style you will find ideal, everyone is different.
My teaching method is really simple is to go step by step topics while touching base with other earlier topics if needed for one to understand the topic. I like to plan my classes ahead and leave work until next class, in which more time is utilised.
My teaching method is based on an interactive process. It is not just me talking in the class, I give students a chance to come forward and share their ways and methods to solve problems. I try and provide little extra comfort to someone who finds it difficult to come forward in class, and due appreciation to those who don't.
My teaching method is quite personalized (i.e. It varies from people to people as I don't believe in a blanket method for all). But I do use text as well as videos in my teaching to help with student's understanding.
Hi, I'm Marcus and I am currently an undergraduate student at the Australian National University. I've scored distinctions in mathematics at various major examinations and participated in Mathematics Olympiad competitions. I have a strong passion for mathematics, and I am willing to help anyone who wants to improve their understanding of the subject.
I like to begin by introducing the student to the over-arching concept and building a solid foundation before moving onto the specific ideas and concepts. I like to use a variety of techniques such as mind-maps, checklists and flow charts alongside discussion and key note summaries for the student to take home at the end of each session.
My teaching method is introducing/strengthening the foundations of any subject and then ironing out any wrinkles in understanding to make sure the student understands the material completely. I am a strong believer in positive reinforcement and being open to asking as many questions as possible.
I am looking to assist middle school and high school children facing problems by clearly explaining concepts for a stronger foundation and tackling sample problems for practicality. The first lesson or a couple days before the first lesson I will request for the student’s syllabus and ask the student the specific problems he/she has with the subject.
Professionally qualified with academic and industry experience. Currently working full time. Passionate about teaching. Excellent track record and result oriented.
I would love to structure the lessons as well as provided regular tests and sometimes homework so the student can be fully prepared for their exams. An example lesson would follow this structure: 1. understanding the level of the student 2.Theory of the topic 3. students asking questions on the topic 3. Example questions with me 4. questions by themselves 5.
My teaching method will be quite specific to the individual student. While I'm happy to set out a general structure for a lesson based on the current curriculum I will look predominantly to tailor my lesson to the needs of the student. I'm flexible in my teaching.
I believe that a tutor needs to be a good observer, an analyst, and an empathetic collaborator for the students in their learning journey. She should be able to tailor the tutoring to the abilities and needs of individual students.
I am personally very social and easy to talk person. I help students as a friend or classmate instead of being a classical teacher at school and I have practiced this method for years. I believe building friendship with students is the key in teaching and being an effective tutor. I try to listen and understand students well before I start helping them with the problems.
I am passionate, enthusiastic and patient, with the desire to help my students *understand* the work they are struggling with so that they can apply their knowledge and succeed in assessments. My lessons will aim to explore topics they are covering in class to aid in their education and not distract them with unneeded information.
I would like to consider myself as a potential candidate to make the best use of my strong interpersonal communication, ability to manage difficult situations and resolve problems and maximize my knowledge. I believe, teaching is a learning process and that is why I prefer to name my lesson as "interaction session". That means, a session is not only teach students but also fulfill their desire.
I always encourage student and try to find the way to make them love the subject by showing them the relationship between the knowledge and nature. Give them advice to solve the problem and increase their creativity.
I approach complex topics by trying to simplify them by proposing application based intuitive solutions rather than abstractions. This usually helps take care of math-phobia and gives a natural way for students to think.
My teaching method is to first ask students which area topics of the subject they find most difficult (i.e. algebra). I would then explain the topic giving examples and going through them with the student ensuring that they are following and understanding each step and why we do it.
I always structure my lesson creatively depending on each student's needs and abilities. Each session is generally divided in two sections: summary of content and practice exercises. i always aim to make my lesson fun and enjoyable as I believe you learn the best when your brain is relaxed.
I tend to start by focusing of self-confidence. I've spoken to many parents who are concerned that struggling with maths is affecting their child's self esteem. I try to eliminate all negative self-talk from my lessons, and focus how to improve. I'll tailor my methods to suit each student individually, because everyone thinks differently.
Throughout my extensive experience in tutoring, I have realised that every student has the capability to reach their full academic potential when they are taught concepts in a manner that they can understand.
I believe a good tutor is someone who cares about their students and makes tutoring engaging and interesting - for it's when students are engaged that they take the most out of their learning. As a tutor, I strive to make sessions academically rigorous, yet also make tutoring sessions that students want to come back to.
Having tutored high school students before, I am looking to continue to tutor students in years 7-10 in maths. My lessons are generally designed to supplement what the student is learning at school. I usually start by talking about the content covered in class and gaging the student's level of understanding of each concept in order to determine where my lesson focus should be.
I base my classes on the topics that your school does because I understand the frustration of falling behind and not understanding the topic completely at school. I normally do lessons that goes over old concepts that students find difficult or introduce new concepts that may provide a different approach and outlook on mathematical theories that students find difficult.
I believe in making connections and having fun while solving math problems. Having taken a similar approach from my early days, Math is ideally a game that should be played to win. I guarantee to change the way you will conceptualize Math problems in the future, from boring to fun.
The key to learning science and maths is not being a genius - it is appreciating the underlying beauty of the ideas that are being presented, and hungering to dig deeper.
I like to take a different approach to the traditional teaching style which at times can be difficult for students to understand. I specifically look at the issues in the subject and address them in many different types of ways until the student is confident that they can understand it and explain it back to me.
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