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County Antrim Physics Tutors and County Antrim Physics Tuition

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years. Lessons will be held in a very conducive environment for effective knowledge transfer. With the necessary resources - white board, past papers, ex-students' exam answer sheets and equipment for small experiments - the lesson is made lively and interesting. The pace of learning of the student will be the main focus of the tutor and therefore will be the only factor which decides the pace of the lessons - never too slow or too...
Ching Lun
the topics at a fundamental level and understand the relevance that they have in general. Doing so makes topics easier to understand because it inspires interest in them. For your money, you get a tutor who: Provides effective lessons and promises to add value Makes good use of a variety of resources such as a vast collection of past papers, workbooks, innovative iPad apps and worksheets / revision notes created specifically for each student for...
Mary

Mary

PGCE: PGCE Science (Chemistry) (2011)
the other a secondary school. This comprised approximately 2/3 of the course, so most of my time was spent teaching, not 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...
Parvin
you come up with a question that I might not know I will research and use my university contacts to make sure you will get the best answer and result. Furthermore I think of us as friends not teacher and student; that way we can communicate and learn from each other more effectively. Of course there are some formal rules in the class just to make your experience of learning more useful. (Like not using...

William

School: GCSE in Additional Mathematics (2013)
experience has really allowed me to have a better understanding of what responsibility means. In the past when I was volunteering as a tutor I 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...

Steen

Bachelors: BSc Hons Applied Chemistry (2:1) (1991)
somehow easy option internally: "I cant do it, I was never any good at… " What is GROW? (Goal - Reality - Opportunity - Willingness). This is a simple technique that anyone can use to determine the "bite-sized chuncks" that can be taken out of the problem 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...
David

David

Doctorate: Medical Microbiology (2016)
level students in Biology, Chemistry and Physics. Initially in the first lesson I go over practice papers to identify the weak 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...
Aisling

Aisling

School: A - Physics (2013)
entrance exams. I currently tutor secondary school teenagers who need help studying the sciences and mathematics for securing their place at university and ultimately their future! As a medical student, I teach children with learning disabilities about health and mental health. In a relaxed environment, I think it is important to revise key concepts on a particular subject and then apply the knowledge to past paper questions to test yourself. Repetition of this is essential...
Kurtis

Kurtis

Masters: First Class Honors MEng (2015)
a hardworking and committed post-graduate who sets high academic standards and works hard to achieve them, as evidenced by my 1st class Honours classification. During my first year as a PhD student I spent six hours a week teaching in a number of different subjects, including engineering dynamics, thermodynamics, fluid dynamics and computing (Matlab and Visual Basics). I have experience in tutoring at GCSE and A-Level for Maths and Physics. I have an enthusiastic and...
Melanie

Melanie

Masters: Architecture BARCH(hons) (2006)
style to the individual child. In a short time she turned Rebekah from a tail ender to regularly coming in top ten of the P7 year tests of 60 pupils I could not recommend this tutor highly enough. Mr.Simon Porter. Reference 2: Melanie is a dedicated empathetic highly motivated tutor who takes a personal interest in the children and I would highly recommend her to any parent. She is a pleasure to work with. Thanks...

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