I focus on developing key areas that they have identified for improvement. I take a simple approach to learning by "grouping" information so that it can be associated with other relevant details which I believe makes it easier to learn, which was identified as the optimal learning method according to "Forever Fluent" by Gabriel Wyner.
I'm new to the teaching game, but my high school had a scheme where senior pupils would support teachers. I worked with the teacher in class, but also delivered short lessons to small groups where we would cover the same topics as the main class, but we would take a more personal approach to learning, allowing students to explore themes and techniques that they were genuinely interested in, which I believe is key to a positive learning experience. I have used tutors myself and know just how much of an improvement they can be not only to the student's academic performance but their overall confidence with a subject.
• University of Aberdeen, MA (Hons) French and International Relations September 2016 – Present
Courses Include: Democracy & Governance, Power and Conflict, French language, Modern French literature and culture, as well as elected courses in Geography and Philosophy.
• Dundee and Angus College, HNC Business August 2015 – May 2016
Courses Include: Management, Marketing, Accounting, Economics, ICT, E-Commerce, HR.
• Menzieshill High School, Dundee August 2009 – June 2015
Advanced Highers: French (C)
Scottish Interdisciplinary Project: Languages (B)
Highers: Modern Studies (A), Business Management (A), Philosophy (B), French (B), History (C), English (C), Chemistry (C)
Intermediate 2: Mathematics (A)
Standard Grade: 7 Standard Grades all at Credit level
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