Currently unavailable: until 21 May 2015
Degree: Electronics (Engineering) (Masters) - Edinburgh University
My name is Ben Cunningham and I'm originally from the Scottish Borders where I went through the full Scottish education system, achieving my School Dux medal, before continuing my studies in Electronics (Engineering) at the University of Edinburgh in 2013.
While at high school I helped teach Standard Grade (National 5) Technological Studies in my final year and provided basic tutoring in Higher Chemistry and National 5 Mathematics. I can offer tutoring at National 4, National 5, Higher and Advanced Higher levels in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry as well as Technological Studies (Sometimes known as Engineering Science) at National 4, National 5 and Higher levels.
I can also help with the compiling, structure and grammar of the infamous Advanced Higher Physics Investigation on request.
I feel it is very important to maintain a friendly two way interaction throughout the length of each tutorial session as this consolidates learning and helps quickly identify particular areas which the student is struggling with. I will also find and set relevant past-paper questions as revision between tutorials in order to maximise the actual time spent discussing and teaching in the tutorial itself. I keep my tutorials with a solid base around past exam questions to make sure that all that is being discussed has a direct relevance to the course, but in the event that a concept is unclear and the student is inquisitive (as I am by nature myself) then I can and will embellish on the course content.
Finally, I am very enthusiastic about all things Technological and Scientific and hope, through my tutorials, to promote a little of that general enthusiasm and fascination into my students. - a little enthusiasm for a subject can go a long way. After all: “Enthusiasm spells the difference between mediocrity and accomplishment.” - Norman Vincent Peale
|ICT||A Level||£20 /hr|
|Maths||A Level||£20 /hr|
|Physics||A Level||£20 /hr|
Abi (Student) May 5 2014