How can I become part time math teacher?

I am currently working as a electrical engineer in London and I am looking for some part time job on evenings and weekends as a math teacher. I have a degree in Electrical and Electronics, which involved lots of maths. By the way, I am very good at maths and I always loved it. Any idea please? East London would be ideal. Thanks

Asked By: alfa&omega - 5/13/2008
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You'll need a teaching qualification. From what little you say you're just looking for extra income -and there's nothing to say why you want to teach. You might have some relevant subject knowledge but that's only a small part of the job. I suggest you consider other jobs.
Answered By: john867831 - 5/14/2008
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sry i dont live in london!
Answered By: Afuture - 5/13/2008
you need to get a teaching qualification really. you could try offering your services in local paper, but don't think you will get very far. There are too many teachers out there willing to tutor so if you are in competition with them, then i don't rate your chances. Just because you know how to do math work doesn't... More
Answered By: Sarah - 5/13/2008
I strongly agree with Sarah. If you want to teach maths to children you need to understand maths, but you also have to understand children and how they learn. If you wish to teach maths, and there is a great demand for maths teachers and you would have no trouble finding a permanent maths teaching post, then apply to... More
Answered By: richard b - 5/13/2008
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