I'm offering lessons at university level, including essay structure and APA referencing. My lesson structure will stem from original work, and look to improve clarity and understanding of the topic. I'm very hands on and will give constructive and in-depth feedback.
I teach secondary school students who are struggling in academic subjects (maths, English, science) My teaching methods would be tailored to the way each student learns, including using verbal methods, written methods and past exam questions to get students to understand how to answer these.
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.
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 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.
My teaching methods are very individual to each tutee; some will respond well and be most comfortable with a workbook, where others will be made very anxious by this so will need a less formal teaching method. I aim first to figure out how the tutee learns, and what makes them most comfortable with the task.
I plan and deliver very practical ad engaging lessons to suit all learners and their specific learning needs. As a teacher, my key strength is knowing my learners and planning my lessons alongside this to ensure learners benefit and are fully engaged in the lessons.
I believe people of all ages and abilities should have the right to an education. I have the ability to comprise lessons that suit individuals or groups and have the flexabilty to adjust a lesson accordingly. My experience enables me to teach and differentiate a variety of lessons which can support those that find learning a challenge and challenge students with high academic ability.
I adapt the way I teach to the needs of the students, asking them what they do or do not wish to be included in sessions. Lessons are enjoyable and informal to create a more relaxed environment. Lessons will start with questions from the previous lesson, followed by LOs and the main lesson content.
I am a teaching assistant and freelance editor and proofreader. I have taught a range of ages and currently work in a school for children with special educational needs, primarily autism and Down Syndrome. I mainly teach children of primary school age, but have worked with older children too.
I find it easier to find what level the student is currently at and find the weaker points so that they can be improved upon.
I teach individually and gives an hour lesson to student the assess them on the next day with solving past papers with them so that they memorise and apply at the same time.
I will usually ask to be provided with samples of the student's work and school curriculum prior to/at the start of the first class so that I can get an understanding of the student's strengths and weaknesses. I will tailor the class accordingly, and pay particular attention on building the student's confidence, making the lessons upbeat, active and engaging so that tutees actually enjoy working.
I am confident that I can assist my students in their language development up to GCSE level, and would design exercises around all four pillars of language learning: listening, reading, writing and speaking. I would be able to provide a variety of activities that would enhance my students abilities in both grammar comprehension and extension of vocabulary.
I tailor my teaching methodology to the child as an individual; I have learnt a range of techniques during my voluntary placements, so I would find the way that is most appropriate to your child(ren) & that allows them to thrive the most.
Advancements in technology have propelled the education sector in the last few decades. The high tech approach to learning utilizes different technology to aid students in their classroom learning. I use computers and tablets in the classroom, and others may use the internet to assign homework. The internet is also beneficial in a classroom setting as it provides unlimited resources.
Scientist based in Worcester looking to give help in Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Maths mainly for all school ages. Can work through current homework for help, give extra worksheets, go through revision guides, aid in making revision cards/posters for exams.
Young, friendly and approachable postgraduate student with advanced experience across multiple fields. The key with teaching is to keep it fun, interesting and relevant... this is my main aim as students perform significantly better when they are engaged with the material.
I am a student teacher currently in my third year of study. I can provide tutoring for all school based academic subjects. I have 11 GCSE’s all grade A* to B and three A levels in English literature, maths and chemistry.
Hello, I am a Music Performance and Production Student at Solent University, originally from Belfast, Ireland. I am offering tutoring, help with school work, and babysitting for children aged approximately 3 - 14 years, but am open to other ages, as well as beginners lessons ins reading music and music theory, and/or singing lessons.
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Perfect! Annie, besides being a brilliant teacher, she's the funniest English teacher I've ever had! I can learn and enjoy in her classes. I recommend her :)
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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