I try to make my lessons fun, dynamic and engaging by showing many pictures, songs and short clips to create a cinematic image of the topics explained, which so far has proven to work as the majority of my studentes showed a tendency to improve their grades.
I am able to give lessons all the way to university level. I use a wide variety of case studies to introduce key topics, including the science of archaeology and the history of world cultures. I can produce lesson plans and activities for the student as needed, and to fit their own personal requirements and targets.
I am an MA graduate offering history, archaeology and anthropology lessons. I have a background in ceramic analysis, varied excavation experience throughout the Mediterranean, and extensive experience in field documentation and finds processing. Currently, I have 2 ongoing roles on international excavation projects.
I use many case studies and examples to teach key concepts covering many disciplines such as geography, geology, and archaeology. I also like to use visual aids to help students learn and develop. I provide a lesson plan for each lesson tailored to the students' requirements.
I am willing to tutor students from primary up to Sixth Form/College level. I find the best way to tutor is through using popular culture, art and media to support the learning, as well as make the lessons more interactive.
With degrees in history, specializing in military and American history as well as Conflict Archaeology & Heritage, I have extensive experience in the academic world. I have tutored people of various ages and pursuing different types of degrees. The way in which I tutor is entirely dependent on the person I am tutoring. After all, everyone learns differently.
I teach Archaeology, Ancient History and Classical Civilisation to GCSE, A-Level and undergraduate students. I am also happy to teach younger children and adults who have an interest in these subjects but are not necessarily studying for a particular qualification.
Hello! My name is Blythe, I am an American PhD student studying at the University of Glasgow. I did my BA in the US in general history with a minor in education, which gives me both teaching experience and a broad background as I have done basic maths, science, psychology, sociology, and English lit.
I am a great believer in tailoring my teaching methods to my specific students. As Einstein once said, "If you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life thinking its stupid." I am currently working mainly at KS3 level in a variety of core subjects, however I myself have studied up to degree level and will be starting my PGCE in September 2017.
I believe tailoring my teaching to the needs of the individual is extremely important in learning. It would be incredibly useful, then, to have a session where I can understand what kind of learner the individual is (visual, auditory or practical) so that I may then plan each teaching session using techniques I know works for that type of learner.
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.
I am a flexible teacher. I use lectures and seminars, as well as group work-shops, to explore issues. I have a methodological approach, and I build each session on the personal development of my students.
I believe that a teacher's method should be flexible and fitting for the student's character and interests. I believe in thinking outside the box to find specific key words and techniques that are engaging, thought-provoking, and able to really make things "click.
I will be able to give lessons to both pupils in Primary and Secondary education up to GCSE level. I believe practice makes perfect so once the basic skills are in mind we will start applying these methods into skills that will be useful for tests and exams.
Qualifications: MSc in International Management (inc Event Management) and Joint Honours BA in Archaeology and Ancient History. Both from the University of Exeter. Techniques & Methods: It is important to tailor each lesson to the students' needs.
Hello! I am at Newcastle University studying History and Archaeology and in my first year. I do all levels up to A Level. I learn visually so I like to set out mind maps with bright colours and draw diagrams to help process the information. I am a very friendly and patient individual. Furthermore, I don't mind going over things if you don't understand them the first time.
I am a hardworking, resourceful, friendly and patient recent university graduate, who has just completed my Marts degree in Archaeology at Bangor University. Previously, I studied BA History with Archaeology at Undergraduate Degree level from 2013 to 2016 before changing to the Undergraduate Master’s Degree at the end of my third year.
Hello, my name is Mark and I am a graduate from the University of Winchester with a Degree in History, Religion and Theology, and Archaeology. I am also a Research Scholar in International Conflict and Peace Studies with the Carter Centre, specializing in the current Syrian conflict.
My teaching methods are based on individual peoples needs and learning styles, including written, audio and visual learning. I am a creative and enthusiastic teacher, who can approach teaching a topic from different angles to enable all students to fully understand and enjoy the subject they are learning.
Learning based on projects. All the knowledge starts from a deep question and explanation of the key terms. In this sense, the student, with the help of the teacher, tries to find out the way to answering the question. During this process, s/he is supported all time for the teacher in order to solve together the why, who, where, when, how of the main question.
During an initial free session I will work out the needs of my tutee, these could be for instance identifying areas where their understanding of topic areas could be increased or improving their skills at answering questions during exams. From there I will create an individually tailored lesson plan to work to the needs of the tutee.
I pride myself on the flexible nature of my tutoring: every student is different, and I like to work with them in order to create the lesson, and syllabus, which will allow them to meet their full potential. Some students prefer to focus on subject-specific learning, whilst others feel they need to improve their essay writing, for example. I am harper to offer both these options, and more.
I tend to adjust and tailor a lesson depending on the individual need of a person. Usually, I listen to what a student needs to cover or is interested in learning, and then I decide how we can do it together. Most importantly, I ask the student the best way in which she/he learns, so we can work in a better way for him/her. My philosophy is: "it is all about the student, not me".
I aim to provide students with the skills they need to both succeed in an academic context, and develop their own ideas and interests. My teaching is heavily based on the needs and aims of the student. I therefore develop the lessons and course structure in conjunction with the student.
Lessons will consist of short F2F lectures online and then Q+A sessions, followed by set work and reading. As a minimum I expect half an hour lecture time per week and all set work/reading/research will be dependent on the level the student can commit to. My methodology is to treat you, the student, as an adult and independent learning will be expected alongside my tutorship.
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 teaching methods vary depending on the level at which the tutee is at and what works most effectively on an individual basis. Generally, I try to find the weaker areas in their subjects and work on them. I like to include visual techniques to help tutees remember information in a way that does not necessarily get used in the classroom.
I like embedding study skills in lessons so that students become more independent and understand exactly how to study. I also believe that learning requires more than reading and memorisation, so I try different tailored approaches to learning dependent on the student.
When it comes to teaching methods I believe in a student-centered approach and cooperative learning alongside with a high tech approach to learning, making the subject fun and entertaining , because that's when you learn the most. This is why I'm fond of using game based learning as well where I challenge my students to point out historical inaccuracies in popular media for example.
I can target lessons for an age and any difficulty as long as I am given the relevant information beforehand. If wanted I can provide task sheets both for personal study and study alongside myself. Otherwise I am very flexible and will cater to whatever is required in order for you to gain the knowledge you require.
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