Archive for January, 2013

GCSE Exam Preparation Improves Results

Written by I Teach UK Private Tutors on January 14th, 2013. Posted in Saturday School News

Scoring good marks in GCSE Maths and GCSE Science is a dream of many students. However, only a few of them have the natural ability to be  able to fulfil this due to many students finding the subjects of GCSE Maths and GCSE Science quite difficult and complicated.

If you, your son or daughter are struggling with exam preparation for great GCSE exam results then opt for private maths tuition or private science tuition and take advantage of private lessons in the comfort of your own home or at the fully equipped I Teach UK Wigan study centre . I Teach UK Wigan tutors give one to one attention to students, thereby helping them to understand various concepts and formulae clearly and quickly.

GCSE Science & GCSE Maths Exam Preparation

Science and Maths can be tricky subjects to learn and some students struggle to score well in the exams which is why they may need additional tutoring for exam preparation. Teaching only limited concepts in class due to time limitations is another factor which acts as a hindrance to obtaining clear understanding of the subject. With all the goodwill and intention teachers often are unable to spend the quality time needed to help each and every student individually achieve their full potential. With this in mind worrying parents and students are keen to hire home tutors or visit a private study centre to try and solve their problems adequately.

How Wigan private tutors help students?

Private maths tutoring and science tutoring given by tutors focuses on each and every aspect that is unclear during private lessons. Firstly, they will evaluate the understanding capabilities of students and set work accordingly to aid the comprehension of the student. Many times it can be the case that a student is finding problems with exam practice, whereas some students find it difficult to convert their knowledge into what the examiner is looking for. I Teach UK tutoring are specialist in exam preparation and can help you to adapt your answers to score higher marks in GCSE exams.

If you are thinking about how to find Wigan private tutors, then contact us today on 07928 082748 or fill out the form on the contact us page.

Educational Technologies For Private Tuition

Written by I Teach UK Private Tutors on January 13th, 2013. Posted in Private Tuition News

Will the use of computers in private tuition classrooms change how we educate children? Can educational technology lead to improved student achievement? Studies show computer based instruction can personalise tutoring and give instant feedback to students, even clearing up the right answer. The computer is infinitely tolerant and liberal, thus motivating students to continue with their private tuition. It has been observed that students usually learn more in less time when they get computer based instruction. Students like their private tuition more and build up more positive attitudes toward computers when their private tutoring classes take in computer based instruction.

Audio Learning Based Private Tuition

Students who prefer to hear what is being taught can remember verbal instructions without recording them. For these types of students, technologies such as a stereo are very beneficial. Stereos can be used in language classes to help the student recite phrases and such, in order to better understand. The ability to use a stereo in language classes allows students to hear the proper pronunciation of words and phrases.

Visual Learning With I Teach UK

Private tutoring technology is great for visual learners because it allows for the students to see what is going on. Sometimes words are not enough for a student to fully understand a concept, and technology can get over this barrier. Multimedia such as a television or an interactive smart board is very helpful to visual learners. The students see what is going on, and their attention is held because they are more interested. Interactive smartboards are great for the visual learners because the tutor can write what they are saying down, and the students can see the words instead of simply having to listen. Interactive smart boards are better than a chalk board because they allow students all around the room to see what is being written, and the words can be made larger so the students don’t have to strain their eyes. Power point presentations are also really valuable to visual learners because they display the information in an animated way, which can captivate the students. Computers allow the students to see what is being typed at the very moment. With products such as Microsoft Word, the student can see the spelling and grammatical errors they have made when typing. They can see what they did wrong immediately, and so they can fix the problem.

Kinesthetic Learning Based Private Tutoring

Technology is probably most valuable to kinesthetic learners because kinesthetic learners learn best through using their hands, actually doing what is being taught. Computers are excellent mediums for kinesthetic learners because the only way to learn using a computer is through contact. Computers allow for the student to physically open programs, type and see what is done. For instance, when a paper is finished, the student can print out a copy and have a project that they have completed. Using computers in the classroom makes the student do the work instead of observe what the teacher is doing.

I Teach UK private tutoring has invested in creating a Wigan study centre which allows all learning styles to benefit from extra tuition whether it be Wigan maths tutoring to help with exam preparation to science tuition Wigan to grasp a better understanding of the subject matter. I Teach UK have a fully equipped classroom which allows the the students to learn in a comfortable environment with no expense spared on technology. Why not contact us today and come to visit our Wigan study centre to see how we can help you or your child achieve full potential.

Maths Tuition For The Real World

Written by I Teach UK Private Tutors on January 11th, 2013. Posted in Private Tuition News

At I Teach UK we know that Maths has a bad reputation when it comes to all of the subjects of learning within Wigan Schools. Ask most students what their least favourite subject is and mostly likely the majority of them will tell you that maths is one they dread the most. Admittedly, maths just like learning a foreign language can be very difficult. It has its own vocabulary in the form of signs and symbols that many people find disconcerting.

Maths In The Real World

The philosophy at I Teach UK is to follow the concept that having a good maths tutor in school or by having extra maths tuition after school with a private maths tutor over the course of your education can demystify this “foreign language” and put it into a context of everyday life. As a simplistic example, looking at the maths “sentence” 2+2=4 might look strange to someone who has never seen this “language” before. But with the proper maths tuition, such as placing two apples and two oranges next to one another on a table and showing a visual representation of the problem, students can acquire a more firm grasp of maths in the real world.

I Teach UK Wigan Maths Tutors

When tutoring a new student it is always important for Wigan maths tutors to stretch his or her imagination and bring maths off the pages of the textbook and into the real world with examples of how students can use it and apply it in their lives.  It is especially important in instilling basic examples of how maths is essential in their lives, like learning to balance their pocket money and managing their paper round or Saturday job wages.

I Teach UK maths tutors take all of these elements into account and can make learning maths less of a chore for the student. Why not visit the private tuition courses Wigan page on the website to find out more about the courses held at the Wigan Study Centre or ask a question by sending our fully qualified teachers a message on the contact us page. If you are looking for tutors in other subjects we also run courses for Science, English and Computing. Contact us today for more information.

I Teach UK New Years Resolutions

Written by I Teach UK Private Tutors on January 1st, 2013. Posted in Private Tuition News

Whats your new years resolution? Lose weight? Stop smoking? Eat healthy? Join a gym? These are all good for your health, but most cost a lot of money. Therefore the best new years resolution that you could have for yourself or your children is to develop good study habits, which in turn lead to better qualifications, a better paid job which will allow you to enjoy your life and be healthier. This can be achieved by joining a Maths, English or Science courses Wigan with I Teach UK.

I Teach UK

I Teach UK is owned and run by a qualified and experienced teacher, who can adapt courses to suit the students learning style. I Teach UK Wigan offers a range of private tutoring courses at our study centre in Wigan away from all the distractions of family and home. Alternatively, I Teach UK Wigan offers home tutoring in the comfort of your own surroundings. As a further alternative, we also offer small group classes and drop in sessions. I Teach UK Science, English and Maths courses Wigan cater for old and young alike. Although the majority of our students at I Teach UK are studying towards GCSE exams in Maths, English and Science these courses have also been adapted to offer maths in the real world, reading and writing development as well as computer courses for adults who either want to learn more, or want to improve their job prospects in the New Year.

Science, English & Maths Courses

So, what are you going to do in 2013? Waste your money on gym membership, when you could achieve similar results just by walking the dog. Or instead, join a Maths, English or Science course it I Teach UK and improve your life long chances by improving your education. The choice is yours to make a difference this year and change your life for the better with a positive impact.