I am passionate about teaching and helping students achieve their academic goals. I hold a bachelors degree in computer science with a 2.1. My journey into tutoring started when I started scheduling for other students; I have conducted personal training for colleagues and juniors alike I love passing my experience and knowledge in programming, networking etc.
My aim is to provide a customized 1 to 1 tuition service to students, where their learning programme is tailored to their needs. My objective is to connect with my students on an emotional as well as cognitive level in order to build up a strong rapport and boost their confidence in the learning process.
My general approach to tutoring would be to bring the full up to date GCSE syllabus each lesson and find out what their teacher has covered so far that year. I would make sure the student has complete understanding of each topic they have covered in school.
I am professional, friendly and most importantly patient. My teaching style is very much orientated by the student’s expectations and suitability. This can be discussed prior to lessons in order to cater for the students learning needs. Students can have as much involvement as they wish to help them develop confidence in playing, and a sense of musical identity.
My teaching method is simple, anyone can understand more complex theories as long as they have a goo base knowledge. To that end I strive to ensure that my students have a firm comprehension of the basics of a subject before moving onto the more advanced levels.
I would describe myself as an enthusiastic tutor -- I've found that my own best learning experiences were with teachers who were excited about the subject and eager to help and this is the style I strive for. As I'm a PhD student myself I think I'm especially attuned to learning needs and am always working to improve the ways I can help other students.
I specialize in bringing the academic study of English to life for school students by combining a dynamic and accessible approach with the exciting ideas and research I have experienced at university level.
"ADDRESS the Room" is a clear and direct way to get engagement from your group, structure the session and fit in with all the best practice from Ofsted to off-the-wall! I will tell you all about it and - I think you will be very happy to put this into practice. teaching is a great thing to do - and can be a lovely extra income. Or it is your profession.
Let's combine the personal with the professional. You can have all the guidance and expertise you want but every day you have to swing your legs underneath you and get going. That resilience is crucial for entrepreneurs because we need to make breakthroughs without everything in place. There are clear things that work for you and some that aren't.
So, what's the problem? How about you do not have to deal with it because you do not respond the same way anymore? Would that be cool? Let us take the scaffolding down so you do not feel it now. This gives you ultimate flexibility back in your life. Often one session is enough with changework therapists. Perhaps a couple to check. Nothing is guaranteed but hey...
I like to make sense of the world by bringing threads together. There is a history to thought and ideas that is worth knowing so we can see how the pieces fit together. Sometimes it is useful to sue one theory - sometimes another. That's fine. So we will describe the theories - what was said by who.
What suits you? Where are you and where do you want to go? Then it is about looking for the difference that makes a difference. Sometimes this is little tips and tricks - other times it is grand sweeps of approach. Let us be practical. And another thing...comfort to stretch, never to crisis. All learning is amazing. Put in a bit of effort sometimes, that's all. And then, yeah...success.
Experimenting with code in different ways is the best way I believe you should learn. I also believe the best way to learn is to learn how to work not only as a team but as an independent coder.
i believe everyone learns differently, however i think the most effective methods are using real world examples and trying to relate subjects to what the person finds interesting.
I believe students can exceed their expectations if they are shown how to succeed. Many students underperform due to a lack of confidence and my aim has always been to build confidence through small winnable steps that leads to success.
My classes often delve off into deep thought and questions which trigger deep analytical view. However, I will always put the learners needs first and if the learner requires something specific, my research and knowledge around that subject will be done with a huge amount of passion.
My teaching method is based on discussion, and how I can help my students become more confident in speaking English/Portuguese. Usually I try to use as little books as possible, because I believe too many books confuse students who are trying to learn languages. I usually plan my lessons before hand, and organise them related to day to day teaching.
My approach to tutoring focuses on getting tutees to learn in the right way. With any humanities subject, particularly at A-Level, how the facts are assembled is as important as the facts themselves, and looking through the right end of the telescope is crucial to that. I therefore focus on giving students a strong conceptual overview before diving into the details.
I usually base my classes on what's being taught to the student at school at the current time, so that they will not get confused or overloaded with their work. However, I also try to cover topics that they have covered previously in class, yet find difficult.
My teaching method is to plan an opening activity to introduce a specific topic, have a main activity surrounding the chosen topic and then finish off with a summary to help consolidate the learning. Topics will be to those I tutor.
I utilise practical methods within my teaching to keep students interested such as assessing students' progress through games and quizzes. Music can be a very hands on learning experience so I will take on an approach which involves teaching basic piano skills to help with chord identification and other elements of music.
The way I approach teaching is by using a 'building up' method. In other words, I have found that students learn more effectively when they really understand every little aspect of something, unlike the traditional route of just drilling information into you and hoping it will stick.
Music performance graduate taught by the likes of Jason Bowld, James Hester and Mark Whitlam. I am a relatively late starter (17) but have amassed many hours of disciplined study, practice and performing experience over the last 8 years through sheer personal passion and commitment. I have taught for the last 5 years. Lessons are delivered in a friendly but deliberate manner.
Each session will be planned with assessments and feedback, however there will be plenty of opportunity for the session to be student-led to ensure goals are met and tailored to the needs of the individual. Group sessions can be arranged.
The approach to tutoring I take is a fun and methodical one. I will equip students with the relevant knowledge needed for their exams and assignments but will also teach them the revision skills which have served me well throughout my own studies. I am passionate about working with students with mental health conditions (stress, anxiety, depression etc.
Practical SPSS, Excel, and Matlab workshops must be based at the University of Hull if face to face, or at students home with the appropriate software downloaded I currently deliver workshops to foundation and undergraduate University students mostly focusing on practical skills surrounding SPSS, and excel.
I'm a gifted teacher with great abilities to adapt to the individuals needs. Sociable and encouraging to all my students. I cover all the formal methods, styles and examination boards (example ABRSM) but also have extensive knowledge in composition, recording and arranging music for television, film, theatre and radio.
I'm a drum kit, percussion and tuned percussion teacher with 25 years experience in both private and state education. I have also worked as a peripatetic teacher for the local authority. I'm use to a wide age range (5-65 years), varied abilities and am adaptable to personal areas of study and styles of music.
I believe that teaching works in two ways and there is no way that someone can learn if the person teaching them isn't willing to adapt their teaching methods to the student individually. This may be to match their own goals and aspirations or it maybe explaining a subject in lots of different ways until we find something that makes sense.
I am currently attaining a 2:1 in chemistry and the university of Hull. Talking at somebody for hours on end is in my opinion an inefficient use of time. I like to have my students interact with exam type problems and use experiments to see the true value behind why we study the sciences. This can lead to an ambition that starts with passing exams.
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