My lesson structure would centre around the specific person i.e. how they learn best. I would start off by givng them a quick test to see what they know and build from there and give free consultation meeting to discuss areas of confidence and concern and work from there! I would give students homework and mark it to see how they improve.
My names is Matthew To and I currently provide lessons to those who are studying Business at GCSE or A-Levels. Lesson are taught based on my own understand of key topic areas with the use of online resources and one to one chat, we can tackle areas that you might find difficult.
I believe in working at the learners pace. I believe in discovering what type of learner the individual is. I believe in tuning into the individual in order to discover how I can best communicate and empathise with that individual.
I am currently a first-year student at the University of Winchester, studying Psychology. I am looking to help Primary school and Secondary school students (including GCSE) with any homework, coursework or revision. I am also willing to do after-school pickups and babysitting if needed.
I have a Cert Ed qualification and have taught on the BTEC First and BTEC National Diploma and Certificate Travel and Tourism courses as well as the City and Guilds Travel and Tourism Certificate and Diploma courses. Other courses taught on include NCFE Air Cabin Crew and BTEC Level Two Cabin Crew, I have also taught Fares and Ticketing to level one.
I give lessons to anyone of any age who wants to learn at any level. My methods and structure of lessons are bespoke to the individuals learning needs and preference.
Working on a one-to-one basis and using activity sheets provided by me, we will identify the areas you need to develop in any of the 4 areas of UK SATS examination and then focus on tutoring in these areas. Choose from: Reading comprehension. Grammar, punctuation and spelling. Arithmetic. Maths problem solving.
I am an English Literature student at the University of Bristol and offer private lessons to pupils at all secondary school levels. I have a genuine joy for both the improvement of less confident students and honing the techniques of those preparing for exams (GCSE, AS Level, A Level, Pre-U).
As a trainee teacher I understand that all pupils learn differently, so am prepared to create personalised learning goals for each learner. I am trained to teach across the entire primary school curriculum, so can cater for KS1 or KS2 requirements. As tutoring differs from person to person, I will spend a couple of lessons discovering the pupil's learning style.
I am Reece Moore, and I am a second-year undergraduate at Durham University studying Politics and Philosophy. I give lessons to those from high-school to university level. I have a range of interests and knowledge, thus can offer help in more than just Philosophy and Politics e.g. Theology, personal statements, essay writing, exam prep etc.
An experienced secondary school teacher, qualified to deliver English lessons to the new 9-1 GCSE specification. Also available for general English SPaG (spelling, punctuation and grammar) support, SEND educational support (including dyslexia and autism), and improving readings ages. I am also, a qualified and experienced ESL/TEFL teacher able to teach English as a foreign language.
I just graduated from high school with a BD pass (Bachelor's Degree pass is the level needed to attend university in South Africa), I'm very methodical and a stickler for detail. My method of teaching varies from student to student as I'm versatile but I tend to follow the structure of teaching I learnt in South Africa whilst at high school.
I am a 17 year old looking to improve my skills while helping people to achieve the most they can at school. I am able to provide tutoring in English, French, religious studies, geography and biology to children aged 5-16. This includes preparation for GCSE exams if needed, as well as help transitioning from primary school work to secondary school work.
I am a Trainee Primary School Teacher who will start her probationary year in August and is looking to continue to develop and build upon her teaching skills in the meantime. I am looking to teach students of a primary, secondary or undergraduate level and can offer help in a variety of subjects: English (exam preparations, essay writing, personal statements etc.
I am a Law graduate fortunate enough to have been educated within schools which focused specifically on each individual student's suited method of learning. I truly believe any student's success depends on how they are taught in a way tailored to them individually and this is therefore the forefront of my teaching technique.
My teaching method depends on the needs of the individual child. I do, personally, prefer hands on tasks for kinaesthetic learners, however if a child doesn’t learn in that way I am willing to adapt my teaching strategies.
I know numerous tips and tricks to get through the law exams in lesser time than is usually required. As I am a perfectionist, I make sure that my student comes to the same level of knowledge that I possess and I don't tire unless I achieve this. My teaching style depends on each student.
Understand the strengths and weaknesses of a student, areas of interests and dislikes. Try to make learning exciting and attend to individual needs. I encourage visualization and imagination.
I will create a relaxed environment working closely with you in a way where you're learning as opposed to being force fed. I will give you the freedom to choose to study the way that works best for you and give tips to achieve what you want. That can be anything from me explaining a topic out of a book and you taking notes to us getting up and doing some role play to aid learning.
Every child is an individual. Some children need extra support at times within their education and therefore it is important to cater lessons and subjects for individual pupils as a tutor. I love teaching mathematics and enjoy this subject.
Pencil Skills, Letter Recognition, Counting. I like to switch between computer based work and paper based. I advocate for learning how to calculate on paper, but also argue that most work should be learnt with computing involved - as that is how the world is moving. I like to work in a strict way, but can definitely have fun at the same time. Disrespect is a no-no.
My teaching method is very child centred. As I am being taught in my postgraduate course, it is important and exciting to allow the children to form their own ideas and then address them.
I approach each student as an individual. I start where the student is and build up their confidence to achieve success.
At the beginning of each class, I discuss today's goals with my students. I try to let him decide what is important, and what he wants us to focus on. Communication is really important, because if my student is comfortable with me, I know he will dare asking questions, and tell me frankly what he needs help with.
I teach reading, writing and spelling to dyslexic children in Coventry. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach literacy (reading, writing and spelling) and numeracy to children who have been diagnosed as dyslexic or have similar problems. - Tell me about your qualifications. Bsc(Hons), PGCE, PGDip in Education(dyslexia). I have a degree and a diploma in dyslexia.
My teaching method is a practical hands on approach, mixed with experiments and method that allow the learner to understand the subject matter to its fullest. My private work as a psychotherapist allows a real world understand that I can pass on to the pupil. This gives a better understanding.
I believe that A levels should be about more than just learning facts, and make an effort to ensure that the student understands the context to the material they're learning. This understanding is backed up with extensive practice of past exam questions, with detailed feedback to make sure that they're 100% comfortable with the topic, and won't be in for a shock when it comes to exam time.
I see how the young person works best, and tailor my teaching style to suit and engage the young person.
I believe every child is innately talented in one way or the other.
I will base my tutorials and methods of teaching on the needs of the individual and vary methods to find the best way for them to retain information, whether that is making creative diagrams, worksheets or textbooks. Often learning around the subject or in further detail helps them to better understand the original material.
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Perfect! Bernadete was extremely helpful with helping me to grasp a better understanding of learning Human Rights from a Gender perspective. I am looking forward to more sessions with her in the future
Perfect! Thank you so much Brian You are an excellent teacher. I always follow your advice. I recommend every post graduate students to take lessons with Brian. He has an experience which is very useful for students in this level.
Perfect! Margareth é molto professionale e puntuale nel suo lavoro; grazie a lei ho superato bene l'esame d'inglese all'università. Scrivi testi molto chiari e coincisi ed è stata un aiuto prezioso.
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