1:1 Private teaching online or classroom based teaching if prefered.
Open for safe teaching in January 2022
Lessons in Person in our purpose built classroom or on-line using Webex or Zoom.
We use Zoom or or the more secure Webex as the best way to offer more facilities and a better learning experience. We are also live using a Live Broadcast studio using TV Broadcast equipment, not a webcam so that my hands become your hands and the cameras your eyes. Its like being there.
I have in my home classroom/laboratory, all the experiments that are done at GCSE and at A Level, not just the required practicals, but practical experiments for all the learning situations, to help you learn effectively.
A Level Maths is quite a challenge and sometimes you need just a little help with understanding something, or a particular question is causing some problem. This is a drop in Maths clinic where you can work on your problems with other students or ask an expert for help. The session is for up to 2 hrs for just £10.
Philip M Russell BSc. PGCE, MCCT, MInstP.
I am a Qualified and Experienced Chartered Teacher and have over 40 years of Teaching experience. I have taught in 11-18 schools; Been a Head of Department; Worked in a FE College for 16 years, been a University Lecturer at two Universities.
I am a Film Maker, Broadcaster and Presenter, running my own weekly Climate Podcast and hosting an extensive Science YouTube Channel. But formost I am a Scientist and Educator.
Making Salts from Carbonates. A good time to learn about magnetic stirrers and how they work. #Science
A Level Chemistry looking at Cobalt Chloride in hot and cold solutions and how the equilibrium is changed #iteachchemistry #Science
Doing the safer way of showing the reaction of Ammonia with HCl. The relative size of the molecules can be appreciated more. #Science
Making Copper from its ore. Looking at a piece of native copper found in Cornwall and some real Malachite ready to crush up and make copper. Making it more real for students. #iteachchemistry #Science #STEM
Making experiments reversible Looking at Hydrous and Anhydrous Copper Sulfate. I was surprised when the students found out we to repeat this experiment over and over again without loss. #iteachchemistry #Science #STEM
Getting some great Terminal Velocities with a mass falling in a tube of water using a @pascoscientific rotation sensor and Capstone. #iteachphysics