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My name is Nayereh Seyedarabi and I am currently a last year PhD student in medical Physics at UCL. I have three masters and a BSc from UCL in the field of Medical Physics. During my academic years I have more than 13 years of experience in private teaching and many years of teaching at university level, of which I am now given the title of associate fellow in teaching at higher level. I have experience in teaching Maths and Physics at all levels and also sciences up to GCSE level. I also have a lot of experience helping students organise their work, reducing their stress and identify their learning type and skills. I have a lot of passion for my teaching, and I am also known to build great rapport in my students and make them realise how intelligent they already are. I increase their confidence and help them discover their skills.
I specialise in teaching Maths at all Level to different age groups of students. I am currently in my last year of my PhD in medical physics at UCL.
Two of my students going from a 42 to 98 and a 37 to 92 in their SATS and them telling me how their confidence has improved and they are now the number one in class, which was something that seemed impossible to them in the first session they had with me.
I believe a good teacher is one who trains students to be self-confident and independent; a teacher not only teaches the students the topic of interest but also teaches them the method of learning. In my opinion there are three steps to being a good teacher and they are as follows: 1. Inspiring the students and creating a desire and passion for students to learn and understand the subject that is taught. 2. Teaching the subject itself in a way that would accommodate the different learning styles of the students in the class 3. Teaching students the method of learning and how to organise and plan their work in a way that would meet their deadlines.
So after having a lot of work experience in assisting teaching at University and attending many courses to learn about what the current difficulties and solutions are in teaching I am now qualified as an associate fellow in teaching at higher education academy.
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