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Bringing Renewable Energy into Science Lessons

Renewable energy Renewable energy is a form of energy that has come under much discussion over...
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KS1/2/3 Chemistry Experiments

KS1/2/3 experiments Below are lists of just a few simple experiments that can be carried out at...
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10 Top Tips For Revising GCSEs

10 Top Tips for revising. Make it public: make an A3 poster of your revision timetable so...
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10 Revision Tips

Love it or loathe it, revision is an important part of your studies. So how can you make sure...

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  • Tom Fenge Talbot, BH3

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    Experienced graduate science teacher. Over 20 years experience of providing extra tuition for GCSE and A level exams. Some of my students have had to deal with dyscalculia,dyslexia and or dyspraxia.
  • Jon Clark Welwyn Garden City, AL7

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    I have 20 years experience as a tutor. I have helped many people get into University and College and have helped many children get into the school of their choice and get the GCSE and SATS results that they wanted. I am always punctual and reliable.
  • Alice Aylward East Dulwich, SE22 Gold Member

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    I am very much aware of the difficulties of learning new and difficult material, as I am currently studying for my second degree in medicine, an occupation requiring enthusiasm, resilience, and patience. These qualities make me an excellent tutor.
  • Mr M Bury West Hampstead, NW2

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    I was a secondary Science, ICT & D&T teacher, I then taught undergraduates and postgraduates at University, also serving as programme leader for a PGCE course, I am currently involved in academic research and so available for part time tutoring.
  • ChristineA Belper, DE56 Gold Member

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    I am a retired teacher of physics and mathematics, and have worked as a private tutor since retirement. I call myself Christine's Maths & Physics Tuition. I tutor because I love doing it.
  • Simon Berrie Paddington, W2 Gold Member

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    Having left the teaching profession I have now become a private tutor. I have taught students of all abilities from 11-18 and now want to do this with individuals rather than large groups.
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  • Teaching Electricity

    Emma Nichol Key Stage 3 Science Tutor (Chelmsford) Picture The three sciences, Chemistry, Physics and Biology require different mindsets to excel. Students are normally better at one than another, and this applies equally to teachers. Teachers are trained to teach all 3, but most teachers specialise in one or two, and a good school science department...
  • 10 Revision Tips Editor's Pick

    Dr Austin Booth GCSE Science Tutor (Nottingham) Picture Love it or loathe it, revision is an important part of your studies. So how can you make sure that your revision is effective? Make sure you're in an environment that's conducive to study. So no studying on your bed, make sure you're at a desk or table where you've got plenty of space for all...
  • Why Private Tuition?

    Raj Jain GCSE Science Tutor (Harrow) Picture Private tuition runs as a support mechanism to the students supplementing them in their school curriculum, there by overcoming school inadequacies. Since school hours are limited and the syllabus to be covered is vast, time available for students is very limited. Also, students are unable to...

 

  • Storyboarding a science module

    GCSE Science Tutor (Newcastle upon Tyne) Picture The basis for all revision techniques is understanding; without this, revision is fruitless. Understanding is developed in the classroom through months of questioning, tasks and homework; and from a teacher’s perspective, months of marking and corrections. Through my years in science education...
  • What Are Units? Editor's Pick

    Dr James Lambert Key Stage 3 Science Tutor (West London) Picture One of the easiest mistakes to make when teaching anything is to simplify it to the point of incoherence. Anyone who has tutored physics or maths for any length of time has had the following experience: Q: A car travels 30 miles in half an hour, find its speed. ...setting in motion...
  • Key questioning

    GCSE Science Tutor (Cambridge) Picture Questioning is a useful tool to challenge your child and help them think about topics for themselves. This will help develop confidence and enthuse students to relate what they know with confidence and interest. Talk about simple ideas during your day to day life, such as; what happened to the...