I believe in tailoring methods to the particular student - everyone learns in different ways. For example, this could mean using visual representations of the past to explain and convey things (such as cinema, newspaper cartoons, paintings, etc.). I personally found the most engaging teachers to be those that tried to bring the past 'alive'.
- Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Drum Kit. - Tell me about your qualifications.
I am a enthusiastic and friendly humanities tutor who has recently graduated from Oxford University. I really enjoy being able to assist students who might benefit from a more personalised teaching experience, and finding the motivation required for students to perform at their highest ability.
I am a Teaching Assistant who is currently working in a primary school 1:1. I am also learning BSL as it is something I really enjoy.
My teaching style is primarily led by the demands of my tutee. However, my belief is that issue based debates that encourage students to come forward in their own ideas- supported by a exam board approved framework that I can provide is the most effective manner of learning.
Hi I'm Philippa I am a science teacher with a passion for chemistry. I am able to tutor students of all ages in KS3 science, GCSE Chemistry and A Level Chemistry. I aim to give my students the confidence they need to secure good grades at GCSE level and beyond. My sessions predominantly centre around exam technique practice and consolidating understanding of key scientific concepts.
For yourself, your kids or an event or theatre show? Or thinking of a new career? A trained artist & ex teacher, since 2000 Cat has won most of the UK awards , and placed 5th in the World Championships. Cat paints, demos and judges internationally , from birthdays, clubs and weddings, to events such as the Hong Kong Rugby 7s.
Natural Sciences (BSc) graduate (combined Biology and Geography) available to tutor lessons in either Biology, Chemistry or Geography to secondary, GCSE or AS/A-Level standard. Qualifications: - Natural Sciences (BSc) - Durham University - 1st Class - A-Levels in Biology (A), Chemistry (A), and Geography (A*) - 10 GCSEs (A*-B) including Biology, Chemistry and Geography.
I use a lot of practical examples to get across my message.
Fun, enthusiastic, positive and challenging. I relish the opportunity to push candidates as far as they want - but equally whether they want to sit music exams or play for fun - then I'm delighted to help you aspire to your dreams.
I am an extremely experienced language and literature teacher, excelling in boosting student confidence and by extension, results. Several of my students scored full marks in exam papers i tutored them for last year. Allowing all students to surpass expectation.
My coaching is strongly built on getting my students to believe in themselves, giving them confidence in their ability with simple brake downs. Intuitive coaching is my specialty I have a great ability to see where my students strengths and weaknesses are and then we can work together to build on improving their skills.
Craig Fowler; currently studying a degree in mathematics and statistics. am always here to help anyone who should a little extra guidance with all topics maths related.
Looking for a calm and friendly atmosphere to work on your Business Studies knowledge? I offer support to A Level students, whether you need help boosting your grade or you're enthusiastic and want to broaden your learning! We'll look at the key areas of business needed for your exams, as well as helping to develop your writing style.
I am a polite and kind person who loves to help people. The Civilian rights movement is my best topic.
My teaching method is asking you which topics or areas you don’t feel so confident with and then focusing on them. In other words, I will teach the skills necessary to try and do well in the area that u struggle with ( reading, listening, writing or speaking) and then try and practice past papers with you in order to practice those skills as much as possible until u feel confident enough.
I currently teach KS2 secondary school children, with whom I like to take a practical approach to teaching. I feel that getting children to do things - or even think about things they do - can help lessons stick. With undergraduate students, I feel that breaking down complex concepts into stories and smaller chunks really works well.
I am currently a post-A level student on a gap year. I can deliver lessons up to A level. I will be able to cover any required content in detail, and go through past papers and exam questions. I can also help with revision material closer to internal and external exams.
I base my lessons around what the student is most eager to learn about, whether that is topics they are finding hard or need a further understanding of. I can appreciate that people work in very different learning styles so I aim to adapt to whatever suits the student.
I will need some specific practice area of approx 12'x12' anything more is a bonus. You will learn the Basics of looking after yourself (Falls/offensive/defensive). Then once you are proficient at that we can move on tot he more advance moves.
My teaching methodology is to put myself in learner’s shoes and tailor any training or lecture to their needs and abilities.
I work with everyone differently everyone is different and everyone need help in there own ways to get the best education
I approach teaching by tailoring each class to the students specific needs. I understand that practising may be a chore so aim to make it fun for students.
My teaching method is about transparency in what and why they are learning. Instilling resilience, initiative, growth mindset, high expectations for and pride in themselves and what they do. Alongside guided instruction, I provide opportunity for reflection and improvement of work, tailoring my sessions to the individual needs of the students in my care.
I aim to focus on covering each topic of a subject in depth whilst also emphasising those all important exam techniques. It's important, however, to make sure students don't get bored of a topic simply because they do not understand it.
I teach to each individual, directing them to where they can find the information on their own and using lessons in school to provide a basis of learning.
I consider my teaching method to be very interactive. In addition, I try to adapt my lessons to the individual needs (exam topics) as well as personal interests. Usually, I try to implement a very natural approach to learning German, through a variety of interactive methods and casual conversation to make lessons interesting, diverse and fun.
I approach each an every lesson with a different approach each time.
I am a flexible and versatile teacher who believes everyone learns differently. I am primarily interested in finding the method that works best for each student. I try to build things up from first principles in my lessons as I have seen this produces a more thorough understanding than just teaching methods.
My approach to teaching is dependant on the student. I try to adapt it to what my student enjoys most in order to have the best possible results. Some just like talking.... other prefer and only learn when they see everything in writing... I will try and accomodate your preferences.....
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