Attempt past papers to identify weaknesses and then Google to support. Each lesson to check times tables.
� Personal Message
The most common reason pupils fail in mathematics is as a consequence of losing confidence. My earliest priority would be to remedy this by ensuring that lower order concepts had been fully understood.
� Which subject(s) do you teach?
I teach Mathematics and Information Technology.Â I am qualified in Visual Basic, object oriented programming.Â I am familiar with HTML programming and have a keen interest in developing further my knowledge of Java, object oriented programming. Algebra. Statistics. Core 1, Core 2. Core 3, Core 4. Decision mathematics. Facebook.. Twitter. Linkedin. GCSE mathematics. A level mathematics. I have recently attended course in social networking and can now offer tuition in Facebook, Linkedin and Twitter.
� Tell me about your qualifications.
Bachelor of Science (Mathematics III(hons), Russian for Scientists II(i)). Postgraduate certificate of education. Postgraduate diploma in computing. Master in Education. City & Guilds 226 electronic servicing. Analogue electronics. Merit. City & Guilds Visual Basic Level two.
� How much do you charge?
� Where do you teach?
Usually in the client's house. Could give tuition in own home (Holmfirth).Â IÂ live up in the hills above the West Yorkshire Pennine village.Â I am prepared to travel up to 20 miles from my house.Â Barnsley, Huddersfield, Bradford, Leeds,, West Yorkshire, Manchester, Glossop, Oldham or Sheffield are within my radar!
� When are you available?
Any time.Â Usually evenings but am often available during the day or weekends.
� Which ages and levels do you teach?
GCSE and A level.Â Ages 5 to 60!
� Which qualifications do you prepare your students for?
GCSE. A level.Â Degree level.
� Describe your arrangements for online tutoring.
Skype at a time convenient to client.
� Do you have a personal message for students?
Start revising early!!Â A level students, please constantly check you have fully understood GCSE topics!
Mature mathematics graduate with master’s degree with extensive, varied teaching experience including two years in Jamaica to A level standard.
� What kind of experience do you have?
Two years teaching mathematics to A level in Jamaica. Eight years as mathematics teacher in charge of computer studies at a Bradford comprehensive school. Six months as GNVQ advanced co-ordinator in information technology at a further education college.
� Do you have an up-to-date DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service, formerly CRB) Certificate?
� Where and with whom did you train?
University of Leeds and Doncaster College of Education. University of Bradford.
� Do you belong to any professional organisations?
British Computer Society.
� Tell me about some of your current students.
I have four GCSE mathematics students who are awaiting their results. (2014) Two of my students, studying at Greenhead College, have just finished the first year of the A level mathematics course.
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