My methodology is very simple: I teach how to reason, tackle problems, setup a schedule strategy and become autonomous. In parallel to scientific education, I have studied the psychology of personal development and effective communication: these are assets that I extensively use in my lessons.
I will prepare lessons relevant to your needs. If you are studying for GCSEs or A Levels, I will do the appropriate research to help you with a specific topic or a specific aspect of the language that you need help with.
I am super flexible and work around you. For me, learning is about what the student does rather than what I do. We will build our content around what you are intrisically motivated to do. Building grit and a good work ethic also play a part.
I believe anyone can achieve high grades in school mathematics, it only takes clear a structure and practice. I can use my experience to help students unlock the grades they deserve and show them what approaches are effective and what aren't.
My method for teaching is including verbal presentation, discussion method and pictorial where necessary. I also try to get the student involved in the learning process. I focus on thorough understanding to ensure my session are completely beneficial to students.
My teaching method is dynamic depending on ages. I left some homework like watching a movie or serie in Spanish. During class I try to create conversations and dialogues, some written assignments to understand the rules and tenses of the language.
My approach to teaching is based very much on what each individual is looking to improve on. For those wanting to improve their grades I offer a more targeted approach, helping students to understand and use vocabulary and grammatical structures which will help them access higher grades.
I use a lot of practical examples to get across my message.
I’m looking to help middle school and highschool students to get better marks for their exam by helping them getting ready for test and also gave them a large range of new vocabulary.
I like to break things to down into sections, starting with the topic the student finds most difficult. I find that in order to tackle a problem, practice is key and so I will have practice questions always available to do ranging from easier to more difficult questions. I'm personally a visual learner and prefer to teach in such a way but am flexible in the methods I am able to use.
My teaching methodology is being creative in the way I teach. I have just recently done my GCSEs and A levels so I have lots of experience in dealing with the stress and pressure of exams and how to approach the exams.
I have a successful track record while undergoing Internal Verification and External Verification. I am a former South West ‘Regional Tutor of the Year’ for Premier Training International. I have been involved in course development and developed and wrote a Medicine Ball Training CPD course. I have written for FitPro magazine and presented at a R.E.P’s conference in Wales.
I attempt to teach the tips on the four different sections that are present in the IELTS and then test the students regularly. For example, with the reading and writing section, I would give the students the tips on how to approach the different types of reading questions and then ask them to adapt those techniques into the answering section to see the outcome.
I base my classes on a clear and logical structure and ensure that each student comes away with a set of clear learnings from the lesson and clear notes to use for revision.
My teaching experience began with my own curiosity as a learner. I saw the range of influence teachers had on different students and always felt an itch to give others the same. Now as a teacher, I find the work extremely gratifying as I give my students the opportunity to grow their own curiosity for the subject at hand, and/or the world at large.
My teaching method is hands on and highly personalised. Will go through any questions you might have and give you in depth feedback on your work as well as progression. I am also a big believer in using real life examples to explain and understand key theories.
Typical lesson plan: 1. Review exercise questions that students attempted at home 2. Teach a new chapter/ concept using simple explanation and graphs 3. Answer any questions students have on the topic 4. Work on some exercise questions together and understand what the examiners want 5.
You will be immersed in a very relaxing, inspiring and encouraging environment, with much attention paid to pratical application. The course objective, structure, content and syllabus will be personalized based on your level and purpose.
I’m a university student giving lessons to those studying Theatre/Acting for GSCE or A Levels (or equivalent). With me, we’ll look at the details of your course and how we can get you the best results by looking or revisiting practitioner techniques as well as tips and tricks of the industry.
I am aiming to tutoring students at the GCSE level (Year 10-11) that are aiming to gain A and A*s in History and Psychology. I understand that it can be tough to get your head around certain areas of study and I hope to provide you with the help and support to achieve your full potential.
For maths, my approach is to target the student's weaknesses before going through the methodology to answer such questions. I go at the rate required for each individual student, ensuring they understand before moving on. I have a knack for breaking down complex matters into simpler explanations.
As a teacher I aim to encourage each and every child to excel and have fun! I pay very close attention to how each unique pupil learns and what makes them tick! I adapt my lessons accordingly so I can provide them with the best, most engaging and worthwhile learning experience that I can. I have a very holistic teaching method, I like to incorporate all learning styles into each of my lessons.
My classes are intended for beginner to intermediate users looking to learn basic computing skills, PC maintenance and how to upgrade or build a PC from scratch. I believe it is important to listen to the learning outcome each student expects as well as their learning style and adapt my lessons to them accordingly.
When I teach I am methodical; I deconstruct the mark scheme and syllabus to tailor-make teaching sessions that are insightful and which target key areas of learning. I'm not only a good speaker but also I understand the importance of listening to students; understanding their needs and working with them to achieve their goals.
Analysis, reflection and a positive proactive approach to making smalls changes. As a coach I will guide you through obstacles you feel are holding you back, we'll set goals together and get you there. Taking the first step is the hardest part.
I'm an enthusiastic teacher and a curious person, I'm very patient and ready to face up to every kind of doubt or difficulty. I can help if your wish is to begin to study Italian or improve your level, if you need help with grammar, speaking or any kind of skills.
My teaching method is visual and practical. Helping to practically get involved and learn certain topics. For example setting photoshoots or certain topics to shoot/learn about (nature) and certain tasks will be set to enable you to develop your skills further. It's a more interactive and accurate approach to teaching.
I will show you how to position your hands and fingers on piano the keys. I will teach you how to read the music with confidence. I also provide support with music theory and GCSE/A Level music if desired.
I believe that the key to doing well in maths GCSE is to be able to fully understand each process at the root and be able to justify why the answer is correct. This allows you to be able to apply this knowledge to any format of question and so not be thrown off in the final exam.
I am a trilingual student (English, French and Spanish), currently in my first year at the University of Bristol. Having been educated in an International and European school, I have been used to facing certain language issues. I would find it extremely rewarding to be able to pass on my knowledge regarding overcoming these difficulties.
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Perfect! Excellent. Exactly what is advertised: Mia teaches me to compose as well as playing piano. Good approach, it is fun and very helpful!
Perfect! Great tutoring with loads of advice for future studies followed by additional help by emails after tutorials. Can definitely recommend.
Perfect! I’ve had my first couple of classes with Robbie and he’s such a brilliant tutor. He really knows photoshop, is well prepared, engaged, ask a lot about what I am interested to learn, and plan the lessons accordingly. It’s been a truly positive...
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