I believe strongly in encouraging students to think critically and develop their own argument. I do this in an informal manner, pushing them to question and justify their argument until they are confident in using the literature to support their thesis.
My teaching method is essentially based on powerpoint and going through the readings together sometimes. However, I am quite flexible about teaching method since each has a unique level of understanding and learning. Considering this, I open to various teaching method based on the student's suggestion.
Time Academy, with its experienced and supportive team, is dedicated to assist students not only during their application process but also throughout their study abroad.
My history teaching is predominantly techniques based. By focusing on skills (essay writing, source analysis note taking etc.) I help students understand topics in a way that directly prepares them for all aspects of history syllabi from exams to classwork and coursework.
My teaching method is to first discover students' interests as well as their unique learning style, and then prepare and adjust the teaching material in a way that best suits the student's way of learning.
Hi there! My name is Alexandra and I am a 23 year old Masters student at UCL studying MA Mediterranean Archaeology. I am proficient in tutoring Ancient History, Modern History, Classics, Anthropology and of course Archaeology. I am also available for tutoring in English and Science (specifically biology). My expertise also involves exam preparation, revision techniques and essay writing skills.
My principal teaching method is to READ READ READ and DISCUSS, of which the latter is what so commonly lacks in undergraduate education. I am used to high learning standards due to my own education at an honours college in The Netherlands and am looking forward to pushing my tutees to their limits. That is of course, to their limits in relation to their available time.
I am a type of student who loves to learn something in a way that is fun, either by a video or an actual field trip to that area. As I am aspiring to be a teacher at this site i would love to teach in a way that is exciting for both students and me. I am going to film my travels to some historic places around the world or would try to teach students in a very visual way.
Everyone learns differently. It is important to me to find the most beneficial method for the individual so that they are getting everything they need from my lessons. I believe in positive reinforcement for all levels.
Am an expert at what I do. I expertise on quality task that is free from plagiarism.My techniques are videos and worked out tests and examples. I am very understanding and keen to details to ensure that one is fully satisfied.
I am currently an undergraduate student at Kings College London and I tutor History in order to help students flourish and achieve their best possible grade. With regard to how I teach, it very much depends on the individual student! However, if no preference is held then I tend to simplify the period and build on it by looking at past exam questions in a unexamined positive atmosphere.
I am Fine artist and I have recently graduated from Oxford Brookes. I major in painting and I consider myself very experienced and skilled in theatrical and practical knowledge of art. Moreover, I have also gained a lot of experience of understanding art from visiting museums and galleries form all around the world. I have a huge interest in teaching.
A first class Cambridge graduate with a passion for the social sciences. I am currently a PhD student at Columbia University, where I also teach full classes. I am currently only available online. Online tutoring tends to work extremely well. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach politics, sociology, and anthropology at degree level. I charge 75 pounds per hour for all subjects.
I am an educator with my students at the centre of my teaching. I believe wholeheartedly that every student can achieve and I always give my utmost to every student. I teach from Secondary to Undergraduate of which I have had over 20 years experience. I am available up to 11 pm on specific nights for that extra help with exam prep and late assignments.
My teaching method involves interactive learning techniques and an open dialogue. Learning is a personal experience so I tend to let things follow a loosely structured style that fits the needs of the student. I love teaching throw experience so using objects and the physical world to show meaning.
I have a Masters in Anthropology from Oxford, an Undergraduate in History. I give lessons to anyone in need of assistance and someone who is proactive when it comes to learning, my structure is very much you based and I tailor my lessons to the needs of each individual student.
Ecological Anthropology, climate change, Natural resources management, environmental policies, India culture, tribal culture in India, anthropological theory, ethnographic method. Religion and ecology.
I use active learning in my teaching. I have experience teaching tutorials to undergraduates, in which I explain difficult concepts at length and unpack them with the student through practical application of theory to news items / examples from everyday life. I also use object-learning and visualisation techniques.
I approach my anthropology classes with a mixture of theory and ethnography. We cover: Structuralism Phenomenology Symbolic Anthropology Power Myth the Imaginary Gender Cosmology Nationalism Religion Ritual And more... The content can be very flexible depending on what topics and thinkers you want to learn more about.
I am a postgraduate student at UCL. I love teaching anthropology and I do essay writing workshops for first year students. My lectures are structured in a way that both general ideas and in depth knowledge get covered. At the end I try to leave my students with skills that will allow them to do sufficient research and develop their own ways of learning.
Hi guys! It's Elena! It would be super nice if we could share some thoughts and get some hints from the marvellous world of Philosophy! So far so good, yet I shall stop my enthusiasm as well as this waffle talking... and get seriously into my methodology! I actually prefer to discuss the structure of the lesson with the student who requires my help.
I am a 30 year old female working as a Full Time Private Tutor in London and also run my own business. I have four years of one to one private tutoring experience in London and overseas, accompanying families on trips (Switzerland,France,Hong Kong).
I am a recent BA Social Anthropology graduate from SOAS university. My A-Levels were English, Philosophy and History of Art. I am offering tuition in all these subjects up to A-level including similar subjects such as history or psychology at GCSE level. It is important to get along well with a student so that they are willing to engage and learn.
I'm super easy going and really enjoy my field of study so always have a positive approach! I've worked with first and second-year students at university.
I think lessons should be exciting and engaging and work hard to plan learning activities that will not only help students to make academic progress but also foster enthusiasm for learning. I pay close attention to the different learning styles of students and am well practiced in dynamically assessing and responding to their needs and interests.
I believe that teaching students requires patience and effort. I would like to approach the subject according to how my student learns best, as everyone learns differently. For example, if they are a visual learner then I shall use tasks related to that.
Depending on the field of interest, we will first take a look back at how the field has gotten to the point where it is now, we will discuss what concept have shaped the field and how they influenced not only the field but the world we live in.
I don't think I am able to define my teaching methodology as I tailor it on the student(s): its taste, desires and needs. I don't have direct experience in tutoring sociology but I've been an ESOL teacher for three years now and also obtained a CELTA certificate.
My teaching method is often described as pragmatic. I like to tackle the bigger problem first and then work on smaller problems once the bigger problem has been dealt with effectively. All of my lessons are entertaining and fun for people of all ages and background.
I give group and one to one tutorials, at Degree level or A level. I specialise in interrogating source texts, making the thought world of other eras explicable and trying to orient my student in the use of evidence and the structure of coherent argument.
Thousands of private tutors can help improve your grades.
Find a tutor near you for GCSE lessons.