I first and foremost look at the curriculum the student is studying. Then discuss (with parents also) their goals and what they wish to achieve or gain from tuition. It is important to adapt to the students style of learning; and make sure they find the task at hand exciting. I try to make all my lessons fun; as a bored student will never put in 100% effort.
I cater my lessons in accordance with my students' learning styles (i.e. kinaesthetic, visual or auditory); I place emphasis on the variety of teaching materials and my students' thorough understanding of the taught subject. I also have over three years of a special educational needs (SEN) teaching experience.
I can tailor the lessons around what the student wants, whether it be grasping the basics, explanations of complex concepts or going through exam questions. I try to understand the preferred learning style of all my students so that they are able to remain engaged and learn in a way that suits them.
Michelle also has a keen interest in helping students with special educational needs, and her highly practical, strengths-based approach to learning has been proven to help students who struggle with conventional lesson plans. Michelle is experienced in succeeding outside traditional educational models and is available to provide support and advice to students looking to do the same.
I teach by following the curriculum that a student needs to know (be it 11+, GCSE, A-level etc), but I adapt this to spark the interest of each individual student. I do this by getting to know them and choosing literature and articles that I believe they will enjoy, this enhances the chance that they will absorb that information they are given.
I’m dedicated to delivering quality first teaching and I have a calm, friendly, approachable manner. I aim to gain an understanding of where the child is at academically and build upon that knowledge, ensuring they have a deep understanding of basic concepts. I want all my children to master their subjects, and be able to apply their understanding and answer any given question or problem.
I am a university student looking to tutor part time for English and Science primary-GCSE students. My lessons will include matching markscheme to exam papers to make sure you’re always sticking to what examiners are looking for in order to guarantee the best grades.
I like to work with students to figure out what their strengths and weaknesses are and tailor lessons to their needs. My tutoring will be personalised as my goal is to ensure students get the help they require. All students are of different abilities and they can all improve in certain areas.
I can give lessons to those preparing for entrance exams (4+, 7+, 11+) and also at primary level in general. I'd also be able to give lessons to students looking to prepare for GCSE examinations. I take time to consider the pupil's ability, and their most preferable way of learning, and structure lessons around this.
I am a creative and enthusiastic teacher and work hard to match my lessons with the needs of students, taking each student on a case by case basis. I teach ages 3-50, including English as a foreign language, English Literature, creative writing, grammar and functional English skills and SEN and dyslexic students.
I can offer the following:- English language - up to 11+ Drama and Theatre Arts - up to GCSE Mathematics - up to key stage 3 Drama School application preparation LAMDA exam preparation I am a motivated person who has a passion for the English Language and the correct use of it.
My methodology for teaching is, taking diagnostic tests, then building rapport and then checking concepts through questions and further tests.
I work hard to understand pupils’ interests, strengths, and abilities so that I can form a strong, functional relationship with them. I am kind and friendly, as I like my students to feel comfortable enough to ask me questions and approach me if they feel hesitant or are struggling with a particular topic or concept.
When teaching Law, I first aim to ensure that my students have a firm grasp of the key cases and a reasonable understanding of the relevant academic debates. The next step is to tackle past exam questions, with a focus on exam technique. For Mandarin lessons or preparation for the 11-plus examinations, I focus primarily on reading comprehension and oral communication.
I don't restrict myself to a single teaching method; I know all children learn in a unique manner and I aim to find the most appropriate way.
My teaching methodology consists of first equipping my students with the skills and knowledge they need. I then aid them to perfect those new skills through consistent practice and persistence. Progressing in any subject or language is a combination of the right tolls and hard work.
My teaching style is flexible and responsive. No two learners are the same and I believe that in order to get the best work out of each and every student, it is imperative to adapt lessons to engage each student and help target any areas they may struggle in.
I believe in a constructivist approach to learning. A constructivist adapts quickly to the child's needs and uses formative assessment methods to identify a students strengths and weaknesses. Using formative assessment allows for learning to happen more rapidly. I have found in the past, that this approach has allowed the students I teach to generate outstanding results in literacy and numeracy.
PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY: Teacher focused on implementing highly effective instructional practices to improve student learning and academic performance. Highly innovative and resourceful education professional who quickly identifies and resolves challenging classroom situations as well as focus on children's holistic development.
I like to take assessment before start teaching so I can know what level child stands on. I prepare my own resources according to the assessment. I believe on practise more on each topic and then move on to the next topic. After every topic, I take a test.
I’ve got a degree in Mathematics, Economics and Finance and 8 years experience working in the banking and hedgefund industry
In my experience, every learner is different. The first thing I will do is communicate with you in depth about your needs (level, exam board, the way you learn, if you have any specific requirements). My techniques and methods will vary depending on what you're looking for, but I do like to have lots of resources that you take away with you.
My English lessons are in depth and you will come out being more confident with your English. I provide comprehensive detail as well as in depth feedback with your work. My lessons are relatable, exciting and personal.
-I am a university student.able to teach students of secondary school and perhaps A-level aswell. - I will ask the students their weaknesses and their strengths, revise shortly and work on examination technique by doing exam papers and break down what we've learnt in the session. -My characteristics is to encourage hard work and confidence in my students.
I approach each student in a different way, adapting my teaching methods to suit each student and making sure that they learn in the way in which they are most efficient and comfortable. I have mostly taught younger students from the ages of 5-12 however I am willing to take on older students and do the appropriate research to match their specification at the time.
Our first lesson together would start with a quick icebreaker so we are both comfortable with each other and get to know each other just a bit better.
Classics is a largely misunderstood subject. It's no longer a widely spoken language, but the affect that the Latin and (Ancient) Greek languages have had on European and North African culture is important in contemporary society.
I make sure my student understands what they are learning all the time by asking them questions and setting homework for them to do, I also give tests to assess their progress. I believe that practicing consistently is the key to success.
My teaching has a very eclectic approach from inquiry based to functional teaching and building trust and confidence with the students in a safe and happy environment. Every child is different and I base my methods to best suit the students to highlight strengths and work on challenging areas.
Depending on what you need, my teaching method changes. If you need help on a specific book you are studying at school, I will read the book before the class and make efficient notes on the book that you can take home, and we will analyse both the notes and certain passages of the book together.
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