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Musicians And Their Day Jobs

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Kids Do Science By Themselves from Infancy

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Encouraging Children To Write In The Holidays

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Use of Differential Equations in Medicine

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  • Practice Makes Perfect With Maths

    Mr Shaun Miles GCSE Maths Tutor (South West London) Picture The old cliche "practice makes perfect", I believe, is truly the key to achieving high marks in Mathematics. Particularly when we think about the way in which exams test students in schools and colleges. Rote learning is a memorisation technique based on repetition that is often used by...
  • Let's Start Speaking Another Language Somewhere!

    Jane A de Florez GCSE Spanish Tutor (West London) Picture Kitchen to Conference Room All speakers of an additional language, other than their mother-tongue have started somewhere. Like me, they may have started with grandparents and a few simple, halting words for kitchen utensils – not very exciting, but it eventually led me into conference...
  • Richard Feynman - A Physics Superstar?

    Russell Lipscombe A-level Physics Tutor (Derby) Picture All professions need their superstars, those that can influence and inspire future students. Although there are some very strong candidates for the role, for me Richard Feynman was the superstar of the 20th Century. I am sure that there will be those that can't look past Albert Einstein. It is...
  • Why Learn To Code? Editor's Pick

    Nicola Plant A-level Computer Science Tutor (East London) Picture What is this recent hype about learning to code? "Everyone should learn to code in this new technologically driven world", says Silicon Valley. The new compulsory computing syllabus at UK schools has reflected this trend and computing is now taught from KS2. In addition, this (previously...
  • If Only Every Child Could Play Music

    Emma Vidgeon Key Stage 3 Music Tutor (West London) Picture If only every child had the opportunity to learn a musical instrument! The power of music in any shape or form, is infinite. It is the one and only language that can reach any human being on many levels. It is terribly important that children have as much exposure to as many genres as possible,...
  • Achieving With Practical Science

    Mr Jonathan H Dobres GCSE Chemistry Tutor (North London) Picture Practical Science appeals to many learners who would otherwise find some of the more abstract concepts in science difficult to grasp, for example ideas relating to Light rays, Energy transfer, Magnetism, Forces, Enthalpy Change to mention a few. By its very nature, science is a practical...
  • Kids Do Science By Themselves from Infancy Editor's Pick

    Jessica Wong GCSE Science Tutor (South West London) Picture I am not talking about 3 or 4 year olds running around the house with a chemistry set, blowing things up - but kids love playing with bubbles, they are fascinated by all sorts of substances and how they react, they are nosy about cooking, they test out their own hypothesises and of course...

    Juan Rezzuto A-level Music Tutor (West London) Picture Considerations Arm movement is the “largest” of all pianistic movements. It involves the use of more muscles than any other movement in our technique. It can be used, along with the forearm movement, to enter in the keyboard at the beginning of our performance. It can easily be used...
  • How To Factorise Simple Quadratic Expressions

    Tril More GCSE Maths Tutor (Birmingham) Picture Quadratic expressions follow the pattern, Ax2 + Bx + C. We shall be looking at simple quadratic expressions, namely where A = 1, which will follow the pattern, x2 + Bx + C. When this expression is factorised, the result will be the product of two brackets. x2 + Bx + C = ( x ) ( x )...
  • Use Technology To Practise Your Language Skills

    Catherine Shaw A-level French Tutor (Redhill) Picture We are all different and all of us need to find the best way to study. Some of us learn through pictures and graphs, and others through listening. When you apply this to the learning of languages, children learn through listening to their parents and others. They "soak-in" the language,...

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