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East Anglia Chemistry Tutors & East Anglia Chemistry Tuition

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Harry

Harry

PGCE: Outstanding in Secondary Science (2014)
own words: "It is so important to adopt a style of teaching that is suited to the pupils' needs, so that they can achieve the best results they are capable of." Harry approaches his teaching with a great deal of enthusiasm and patience and has been able to turn the subjects his tutees were previously most worried about into their favourite lessons. "In my lessons I place a lot of emphasis on exam technique and...
Hassaan

Hassaan

Doctorate: PhD: Mobile Communications (Electronic Engineering) (2011)
on a couple of occasions. Besides this, I taught a course on computer programming in C language at a computer college that spanned over three months. I believe in taking an approach based on the needs and expectations of the tutee. I would be very happy to help the tutee absorb the important concepts and provide a lead in tackling specific problems. While ensuring this, I remain mindful of the need to cover the syllabus...
Joe

Joe

Other: Junior Cadet Instructor Course (2009)
and configure them to how the learner would best understand, using Anagrams, Mnemonics, Rhymes and Memorable Ideas and more, as well as the use of PowerPoints and Games. ‚Äč I also provide a free workbook that we will write formalised notes in after each topic has been gone over to make sure the knowledge is being comprehended in all angles of learning. One of the most important things we would do together nearer exam times...

Graham

QTS: GTP training to QTS (Qualified Teacher Status) (2005)
informs my teaching and makes it more relevant. I always try and tailor my tutoring to each individual, assessing level of understanding, and looking for areas of strength and weakness. I then work to strengthen understanding in all areas. My goal is a to enhance logical thinking so that my students are able to approach unfamiliar questions with greater confidence and apply the knowledge they have to both familiar and unfamiliar situations.I appreciate that all...
Donald

Donald

Doctorate: PhD in Pysics (1988)
wide variety of schools - including state, independent and boarding schools. I have also taught adult pupils including first year university students doing maths or physics modules as a part of their degrees. I try to ensure that my students have a good understanding of the underlying principles of the subjects. This ensures they can deal with a great variety of exam questions and enables them to get the best result possible. I am patient...
Shun

Shun

Bachelors: BA: Medical Sciences (2015)
have found most students possess adequate knowledge in their subjects, rather, the problems I hear the most seem to be 1) "I don't know how to answer the question to get the marks" 2) "I get stuck and I can't think what to do next". This brings us on to what I believe are my two most valuable assets in regards to tutoring: teaching thinking skills and teaching exam technique. There is a drive by...
Ka Hei

Ka Hei

Doctorate: Chemistry (2015)
they are struggling with from basic principles and applying them. I can relate to students' difficulties in grasping certain concepts because I have been through the same before and have often developed different methods in explaining difficult concepts. I will ask questions along the way to engage students to problem solve. I love to teach my students from the very basics and work out their problems step by step. My first lesson will typically involve...
Asma

Asma

Doctorate: Image Processing/Computer Vision (1996)
whilst others are more visually driven. This not only encourages my students to ask questions they would otherwise be hesitant to ask but also creates a pleasant environment that imparts maximum learning. I believe in lively, informal and interactive tutorials, where after making the fundamental key concepts clear to my students I get them to practice maximum number of questions to ensure that the ideas have been fully grasped. I usually set them questions as...
James

James

PGCE: DTTLS Teaching Qualification (2009)
addition, I have designed and written a BSc honours degree; however, I am able to adjust my teaching style to the individuals and also teach on GCSE level programs. Ten years teaching experience at Level 2 (GCSE), A-level/BTEC and Hons Degree level. Six years successful private tutoring experience. Student centred and lead. My approach is at the students pace and centred around their individual needs. I encourage focusing specifically on what you need to pass...
Edward

Edward

Bachelors: BSc (Hons) Biochemistry (2002)
the classroom. Even students that have covered course material and exam practice well in the classroom have found that one-to-one tuition has improved their subject knowledge, exam skills and confidence. Where exams are not imminent and there is more time available, we assess the student's strengths and weaknesses and first ensure that he or she possesses the basic skills needed for a solid foundation in the subject. This gives the student the confidence to move...

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