£30 per hour
I am an experienced Physics teacher. I work as Physics teacher in on-line colleges where I teach KS3, GCSE and A-level students. I have more than 10 years experience, hold QTS and PhD in Physics. I also worked at University of Oxford for 6 years. I believe that learning can be fun and interesting. Teaching Physics is an exciting opportunity to discover and understand together the wonders of the nature. Therefore, I encourage pupils to ask “Why?”, and using science skills, knowledge and understanding reveal increasingly demanding details. I prefer active learning, engage pupils using examples from everyday life and practical work. Since students are different, I try to adapt my teaching methods to achieve the best results depending on their talent.
Without using your spring scale, estimate the order of magnitude of the mass of your calculator in grams from what you judge to be its size, using the fact that the density of water is 1 g/cm3. Assume that the density of water is about the same as the density of your calculator. 1 g 102 g 104 g 106 g