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What Are Units?

One of the easiest mistakes to make when teaching anything is to simplify it to the point of...
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Literacy in Science

One key to achieving the most marks possible in exams rests not just with your knowledge, though...
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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...
Key Stage 3 Science

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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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  • Tasneem Halesowen, B62 Gold Member

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    Learning should be rewarding and I believe that every student can achieve their true potential. I am a confident, versatile and experienced science (biology) teacher who tailors teaching to suit different learning styles.
  • Ben Hanson Elland, HX5 Gold Member

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    Hi I'm Ben and I work as a full time tutor. I started tutoring as a hobby to keep me in touch with Science and through great pleasure and enjoyment now tutor full time. I play football, swim, go to gigs and play in bands as hobbies.
  • Martyn Everitt Crowborough, TN6 Gold Member

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    Tailoring to the student's needs, I can support Mathematics and Physics learning from GCSE to AS and A2 level; Science, Chemistry and Biology to GCSE level. For the last eight years I have been tutoring full time.
  • Chris Downing Cullompton, EX15 Gold Member

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    The tuition that I offer is very traditional. The aim is to go back to the basics until the student understands a topic in full, then practise and review to gain confidence. Then the student will progress.
  • Clem Palmers Green, N13 Gold Member

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    I have 23 years teaching experience of maths and science. I love learning and delight in seeing others learn also and gain success though supportive challenge and the belief each young person is capable of more than they often realize.
  • Raveena Kaur Gill Tividale, B69 Silver Member

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    "Great knowledge comes within yourself" and "Why fit in, when you were born to stand out" These are my two most motivational quotes that I use to motivate my students and gain their confidence.
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  • Communication Skills Are Important! Editor's Pick

    GCSE Science Tutor (Cardiff) Picture You would be amazed how many marks are lost by candidates in the GCSE theory papers and in the internal assessment exercise due to poor communication skills. Examiners and coursework moderators will never make assumptions about what you know or give you the 'benefit of the doubt' if your answer...
  • Keeping Up-to-Date with Science Editor's Pick

    GCSE Science Tutor (Plymouth) Picture Keeping up-to-date with Science Although there is no direct unit in current science curriculums linked to the study of current affairs in the scientific world, keeping up to date with new scientific theories, ideas and controversies is great for essay writing and staying interested in the...
  • Optical Illusions

    Key Stage 3 Science Tutor (Brighton) Picture When I study light with my Year 8 pupils to make the reflection and transmission of light a bit more interesting - as they generally nod off at this point - I show them the following website and they love it: http://kids.niehs.nih.gov/illusion/illusions.htm Look at it and enjoy!

 

  • What's Wrong with Modern Education?

    A-level Applied Science Tutor (Exeter) Picture What's Wrong with Modern Education? I believe a good tutor needs to have the gift for putting over complicated ideas in terms of the simpler ideas of which they are composed. Also they are able to put themselves into the mind of their student, whereas a bad tutor has to have their mind read by...
  • Science in the National Curriculum

    Key Stage 3 Science Tutor (East London) Picture Before getting into a discussion about the place of science in the national curriculum, it is important to explore the place of science in a wider context. If we define science as a method of systematic investigation to explain natural and physical phenomena, then this has existed for a very...
  • Pillars of Knowledge

    GCSE Science Tutor (Manchester) Picture 4 Pillars of Knowledge Since the creation of the Universe and living beings, An enigma was left to be solved by the humans and for the humans to sustain. The Time played a role of a physical parameter which defines everything over a certain period. It is the human instinct to look around and...