My preferred method of teaching is one on one, this way giving undivided attention to a student. Approaching the course topic by topic, providing feedback on essays, either in person or through online comments, regarding both content and structure. Group classes are also a service offered, allowing students to not only learn from the tutor but also one-another.
Hello, I'm Julia Jane, a London based full time Arts Educator. I'm a highly experienced, positive and encouraging tutor. My teaching qualification is a Diploma in Adult Education & Training. The levels that I tutor at are GCSE, A-level, BA, MA and Post Graduate. Subjects are Art & Design, Fine Art and History of Art with a specialism in 19th and 20th century art.
I like to put a 'issue' and see what made it, how people reacted and what was outcomes. Sometimes looking at it from the point of view of a modern person,sometimes taking side of another era viewer.We discuss using PPE and I support with use of specific terminology.
I enjoy tutoring and dealing with written work and planning. I recommend books and approaches and try to be as supportive as possible. What else would you expect from 40 years of teaching and 38 of those tutoring groups and, above all, one to one. I have a range of levels and subjects built up in an expert way over all this time.
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.
I believe that anyone can learn anything if it's taught in a way that is right for them. My teaching style first aims to learn how YOU learn to discover the best way for your to remember things in a fun and friendly environment.
I am passionate about engaged teaching methods that can inspire students of any age with a love for historical study. I am available for one-to-one lessons online or in person. Sessions focus on analysis of both original sources and historians' writings, to suit the level of the student.
I create an inspiring and challenging environment for each student, responding to their individual needs, abilities and interests, and personalise teaching plans accordingly. Dedicated and ambitious, I aim for each student to build confidence and achieve their full potential.
I approach each topic with my student’s ability and style in mind. I work with them on the lessons they have covered in class and I reaffirm their knowledge with the aid of the course work book and my own resources . The lesson will be structured and tailored to the student’s specific needs . I tutor all ages and levels .
I will structure lessons according to a students' area of interest and desired number of sessions. I will provide PowerPoint slides of pre-prepared images and lists of key texts. My aim is to develop a student's understanding through comparative exercises and would like them to gain an awareness of theoretical and philosophical issues.
I am a recent MA graduate in Art History looking to share my knowledge of my field and lend a hand to others embarking upon study in the exciting world of Art History. As an adept essayist I can provide support for essay planning, structure and referencing.
Visual artworks reveal a lot about their author and the context in which they have been created. They are a visual materialisation of human beings’ direct experience of the world.
I am a twenty three year old with a Masters from the Courtauld Institute in History of Art. I specialise in teaching the Late Classical and Medieval periods across a multitude of geographical and religious contexts. I am able to tailor specific lesson plans to your needs across a range of subjects from Classical to contemporary History, Art and Religion.
My job is to make the material more accessible and more interesting for you. When you're interested, you'll learn better. So, I don't expect to lecture at you for 55 minutes (!). Instead, I hope that the session can be more of a conversation, with you offering your best guess where you're not sure of something and us generally exploring the topic together.
Depends what you want or need to know, would be tailored to requirement with a mini project type outcome. Discussion about individuals, movements, reasoning along with world view and other factors that could determine direction.
I believe learning should be interactive and enjoyable. I like building a good working relationship with my students so they feel comfortable and relaxed in every session. I am used to working with many different types of people and design lessons according to each person's individual strengths and interests.
My teaching approach begins with assessing the weaknesses and strengths of my student(s). In order to be an effective teacher, you need to truly understand how each individual works best. Some students require a great deal of involvement, for example through heavily directed reading, whilst others work far better independently. My experience of a degree taught me the necessity of deadlines.
I have tutored for three years working with education concierge Allen & Jain, specialising in GCSE, A-Level, undergraduate and post-graduate level Art History tutoring. I have a vast knowledge of both Western and Non-Western art histories, covering a period from 1280 – present day.
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".
My teaching style is interactive and engaging. My greatest strength as a tutor is my ability to quickly build an effective working-relationship with my students, which encourages them to work hard, succeed and enjoy their work. I’ve had particular success with students who require extra motivation.
I am a final year French and History of Art student at University College London offering tutoring in French, Art History and English Literature up to A-Level standard. I can also offer help and advice relating to university applications and useful reading material/talking points relating to application particularly for Art and Design based subjects.
My teaching methodology is based primarily on what is referred to as a Socratic method of teaching. Whereby, the student is encouraged to speak about their learning topic. I have found that constantly encouraging and praising students leads to better learning outcomes, primarily because student's self-confidence begins to increase and they are more likely to engage with their subject.
For any humanity tutoring session, I would start by assessing the overall level of my student and narrow down the areas that we should focus on in order to help the student achieve great results. I always contact my students prior to the lesson to know if they have something specific they want to focus on, and if not, I prepare a lesson plan that will best fits their needs.
I root my teaching philosophy in the belief that there is not one learning style but many, which necessitate a dynamic, varied and creative approach to the classroom. When teaching, I utilise a range of pedagogic techniques from the use of visual aids, to the close reading of a quotation, to practice essay questions and energetic group debate.
I research the topic of the lesson extensively before attending the lesson. I aim to cultivate interest in the topics among my students, while providing a holistic understanding of the historical material. I encourage my students to be critical of everything that they read and not to doubt their own criticisms.
While studying this very qualification myself, I developed an effective system of various highly beneficial resources. This includes online tools, notes, books, quizzes, revision guides etc., which have been praised by several examiners of the OCR specification. My approach is uniquely tailored to the new specification of exams which is radically different.
My teaching method is based on the fact that I have always learnt best from peers, and that is what I wish to offer.
I have taught art/painting/graffiti to children from ages 6-17 in schools and art workshops at youth groups around the North East. Emphasis on fun and enjoyment of the activity. I specialize in my own art practice using spray paint combined with oil paints on canvas, usually to exhibit in a gallery.
I will be giving lessons to both GSCE and A Level students, focusing on how they can improve their abilities as an artist/art historian, whilst completing their work to a high-quality standard. My teaching method encourages students to think critically about their approach to the given syllabus, encouraging personal initiatives and how to push oneself as a student.
I am a professional artist and trained painter. I also work with drawing, Photoshop and creative coding for kids. I have a flexible approach to learning and would tailor every lesson for each student. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Fine art, painting, drawing, Photoshop as well as proof reading and assistance with essay writing. - Tell me about your qualifications.
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Perfect! Marjotte is a truly brilliant art history tutor who is intelligent and supportive! I recommend her highly! To research on the artist movements in Jane Austen's time for my MA thesis, Marjotte greatly helps me with researching on the 18th century...
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