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Local Biology Teachers in Northern Ireland

First Tutors can help you find the right home biology tutor in Northern Ireland to enhance your child's education, or if you are an adult learner, your own education. Local biology tuition is an excellent way to improve confidence, knowledge (and grades). Please use our service to search for home biology teachers near you (anywhere in Northern Ireland) and select which best suits your requirements.

Meet some of our Tutors

Anusha

Anusha

Doctorate: PhD Biological Sciences (2013)
for girls. My approach to tutoring will be to create a friendly atmosphere where my tutees feel at ease to voice out their doubts without feeling intimidated. Full support and encouragement will be provided and the tutoring will be very much tailored to the tutee's ability and needs. I will share my learning strategies and also impart to the tutee learning tips recommended by professionals. Notes and subject material will be provided and we will...
Michael

Michael

Doctorate: Molecular Parasitology (2006)
resources which include informative PowerPoints and revision sheets which summarise the most critical parts of a topic which are needed to achieve excellent marks in an exam. I make constant use of past paper questions and hone students' examination technique, ensuring that they understand the meaning of a question. I provide extra reading in the form of learning logs which are articles scanned from science magazines to which I subscribe. These not only enhance the...
Mary

Mary

PGCE: PGCE Science (Chemistry) (2011)
in lectures. During the lectures component we learnt a lot about how children learn and what approaches work best for different learners, something which I think is invaluable, especially when tutoring a student one-on-one or in a group setting. My approach to tutoring is one of problem solving - finding out what the student's strengths and weaknesses are and improving their ability in any parts of the course they find difficult. In addition to covering...

Steen

Bachelors: BSc Hons Applied Chemistry (2:1) (1991)
in order to get clarity and direction. Next step: "Build on the good": Why some topics seem easier than others, learning styles and preferences, optimism and engagement can be built - this provides a clear way of working for the "problem topics" Finally: "Facing Problem topics": Knowing the learning style, the willingness of the child or children and what they find easier and the reasons behind that creates the opportunities to face the problem topics...
David

David

Doctorate: Medical Microbiology (2016)
spots in the subject as each student is different and require different approaches. Following this I go over the syllabus sequentially using presentations followed by practice questions. I believe in the importance of understanding how to approach the question and what answers the examiner is expecting. I try to augment the learning with real world scenarios and situations to keep it interesting as some topics, especially those in Physics, can be quite boring. I provide...

William

School: GCSE in Additional Mathematics (2013)
developed a strategy. First of all I assess the level of the student. When that is done I find out the difficulties the student is having with the subject and then I address those difficulties by using simple step by step approach. I firmly believe that every student is capable but they sometimes lack the tool to understanding. I help them by identifying their problems and encourage them to ask questions and gain practical knowledge....

Kathleen

Professional: Educational Psychology (2015)
I am a very enthusiastic, hard-working and friendly Tutor. I prepare thoroughly and work with the Learner's strengths as well as developing their abilities. I currently work for two tutoring companies as well as being self-employed. I have over 10 years' experience in Education. I am very good at motivating Learners. I vary the lesson and content for the best results. I prepare thoroughly for each individual Learner....
Jessica

Jessica

Masters: MSc in Maths and Science Teaching (2005)
ACT, MCAT, and LSAT. During my post-graduate studies I taught university-level lab classes in Anatomy and Physics. Since moving to Northern Ireland I have tutored maths and science at GCSE and A-levels, as well as the transfer tests. I have also helped adult students study for college-level maths and science exams. My focus at all levels is comprehension. Simply getting the right answer is not always enough, so I strive to help students understand what...
Ursula

Ursula

Masters: Pending (2017)
first establish what type of learner each student is, i.e. visual learner, auditory learner etc. I will then prepare lessons using tools which best aid the students' learning, with notes which can be taken home for revision. I will give informal tests to each student to help them monitor their progress and establish any topic areas which still require attention as we move along the syllabus. I have access to many online resources via my...
Charlotte

Charlotte

Doctorate: PhD Biochemistry (pending) (2017)
with five research articles to my name (and more in the pipeline). Lecturing: Biochemistry at Queen's University Belfast. Demonstrating (practical lab techniques): Genetics and Biochemistry at Queen's University Belfast. Tutoring/ mentoring: supervision of A-level, graduate and MSc students. During my time as a PhD student I was actively involved in novel scientific research; as such, I believe that tutoring should engage and stimulate a student's imagination by combining textbook theory with real-world examples of cutting-edge...

Our unique search will order home biology teachers (from Northern Ireland) in your local area by their biology tuition charges and proximity to you. Before finalising your arrangement with a biology teacher, you can ask specific questions in our member's area, such as whether they cover your syllabus (usually set by the AQA, EdExcel or OCR exam boards) before releasing your contact details. You can search for biology tutors teaching at primary level, secondary level including GCSE, A-Level and even private biology tutors for adult learning, further and higher education - anywhere in Northern Ireland! Finding help through private biology tuition (or using group biology tuition) has been shown to improve your chances of attaining a top grade and remembering what is being taught.

If you are a private biology teacher wishing to offer your biology teaching services in Northern Ireland or elsewhere across the UK, please register with First Tutors or find out more about us here in Northern Ireland.

Regions: Northern Ireland