My education philosophy is to provide education to students which prepares them for vast challenges of everyday life. This involves providing knowledge to my students while teaching them essential life skills such as problem-solving skills, communication skills, study skills, time management skills etc. During lessons I always give my students problems based on unfamiliar challenging daily life situations thereby enabling them to apply knowledge and use their skills and attitudes to solve the problems. Having worked as a Justin Craig education tutor for 10 years teaching in many of their centres across the UK, my success criteria is all my students will attain or exceed their target grade.
Availability: Monday to Friday during term time - 18:00pm to 20:00pm
Saturdays - 10:00am to 18:00pm
Sunday - 14:00pm to 18:00pm
Public holidays, Monday to Friday - 10:00am to 18:00pm
Willing to travel: Home Only
Experience: I have taught Mathematics and Science in four different countries (Zambia, Swaziland, South Africa and the UK) since 1989. During the period I have taught in public secondary schools (Zambia, Swaziland, South Africa and the UK), Independent schools (South Africa and the UK) and FE colleges (South Africa and the UK). From 2009 to date I have worked as a Justin Craig education tutor in their centers across the UK tutoring GCSE and A-Level students from various UK schools producing excellent results. My teaching philosophy is based on development of essential skills (knowledge, skills and attitude) in my students leading to life-long education. In order to maintain very high standards I have set over the years I ensure that I offer students high quality lessons with great attention to detail. I start by teaching my students skills such as problem-solving, analytical and communication. Once they are able to apply these skills, I then start teaching them concepts. I teach new concepts slowly to ensure that my students are clear. My students can now appreciate the value of their newly acquired knowledge by applying it to unfamiliar or challenging situations.This approach most importantly leads to the development of long term memory.
DBS (CRB) Check: Yes