I am able to provide tuition or support for students at undergraduate up to PhD level. As a lawyer and academic, I am uniquely able to understand students' needs and to help them achieve excellent grades.
I am calm and relaxed, my style of teaching is very collaborative and open. I believe if I can't explain something simply then I don't understand it. The lessons will cover fundamental principles and move on to case examples so that you have authorities to use in exams.
I focus on creating bespoke lessons for each student. No student learns in the exact same way and so I try to gain a detailed understanding of the problems each student is facing and come up with unique ways to help.
My teaching method is flexible but based on the teaching methods of BPP tutors.
My lesson structure is based on the individual or class, what they need, if it is, say tort, then all aspects of tort are taught from the definition, right up to defences and remedies. I keep all classes in plain English and work into terminology at the students pace.
preparation of my class is the key element, learners must interact with the lecturer, straight forward informations, summary of class must be assumed at the end and discussion of what did they understood, simplifying the information given and interpreting the idioms
I am passionate about teaching and assisting a motivated student in achieving their goals. I obtained a Bachelors degree in Computer Science from Bangalore University with a First. I also have a master's degree in Software Engineering from the University of Southampton as well as a 2-year Diploma in Law.
my teaching method is basically online. I interact and provide quality examples to help understand better.
I love to teach with relevant examples and notes and also I want to focus on the student assessments to gain a top grade.
I teach in a manner to memorize and grasp the contents faster. Better understanding of the topic is my key goal.
I first start with the overall methodology of the subject and then discuss different cases to make it interesting which helps you remember everything easily
I am an Honours student at Glasgow University on course to graduate soundly with a graduate job already secured. I have acquired a vast grasp of legal knowledge and aim to simply pass this on to younger students needing some assistance with lessons or secondary school pupils needing help to prepare themselves properly for the LNAT.
The structure of each lesson will focus on a particular topic. The lesson will begin with an overview of theory. Then, taking a practical approach each lesson will entail working through a practice or exam question. As lessons progress the structure of each lesson will be tailored to suit the specific requirements of the student.
I discuss my teaching methods with students when they first contact me. We decide how the classes will be conducted together. I am very flexible and adaptable to individual needs.
My teaching method is based on having good notes. My structure varies for each topic. I think its important to have notes that are easy to read and understand when studying!! I am extremely friendly, easy to talk to and a great communicator.
My methodology is simple and easy to understand as I use common life examples related to ones' own personal life.
My teaching method is structured and SGS-based. The LPC modules are generally flooded with information and I will guide you in extracting the right information to prepare yourself for the LPC exams. My areas of strength are Business Law and Practice, Litigation, Tax, Solicitor’s Accounts, Corporate Finance and International Trade and Transactions.
My teaching methodology is a structured approach to topics starting with basic legal principals and advancing to academic commentary and/or practical application. Using notes from my own education combined with up to date legal developments will inform my lesson structure. Ultimately it will be at the discretion of the student to influence the direction of learning.
Student in Master 2 Business Tax Law and in the third year of business taxation Magisterium, I am currently an apprentice at PSA Peugeot Citroen in the tax and customs management Poissy. I am rich two years of lessons in class preparing for the Grandes Ecoles in Nantes region.
I teach courses in Tax Law and I am also available to prepare for the French Bar Exam. I base my lessons on solving practical cases, because the best learning solution is to train. If an upgrade is essential, it is possible to take the fundamentals and review the theory. A knowledge check is then necessary to verify the assimilation of the courses.
I give courses that refocus the student on the objectives to be prioritized in law, I put in place with him the pace to success, I approach with pedagogy issues of methodology and substance to pass exams. Private lessons are two, and it is primarily a discussion where you can tell me anything that worries or destabilizes you.
Teaching is not entirely new to me. Of course, as with any attorney, after a while, I took on an Articling Student. And saw her through to the day she was admitted, in her own right, into the practice of law, in Alberta. Past that, I have traveled as far away as to the P.R. of China, simply to teach. Because I like it. I like the process of instilling understanding into willing minds.
My teaching methods are based on practical and legal theory which the main focus will be on the application of the law and using helpful syllogisms that will properly teach you how to use the law to come to a sensible conclusion.
Classes based on the practical part of the law, I extract everyday cases for theoretical application. Work aimed at aligning the academic reinforcement with the results in exams and tests. Valorization of the understanding with repetition techniques, until the student's full development.
I believe in "learning by doing" and that the most effective learning methods are to engage students to apply their learning to factual case studies. I encourage my students to think about the legal process and principals, rather than memorise laws and regulations by rote.
My teaching method will be based on rigorous case analysis and theoretical development. The focus will be given on legal writing skills and developing the analytical ability of students of law. I will also make sure to provide successful tips internships and jobs.
I use as many real world practical examples as possible in my teaching. I'm very visual in my lessons and I believe that this is the most efficient way for me to give information, and others to absorb it. I am able to provide tutoring on all high school, and early university law subjects, as well as business topics.
The types of classes are varied and based on the expectations and difficulties of the student. This can be courses of understanding concepts, methodology or both at the same time. The course usually begins with a quick summary by the student of the concepts he has understood before spending more time on his difficulties.
I take a student-focused approach to learning. I am skilled at breaking down complex information into readily memorable parts. Incorporate study skills to assist the student both with creating quality topic outlines as well as providing a basis for solid research and writing skills.
Use and analysis of case studies in order to facilitate understanding Insightful Readings to add to your understanding Short Quizzes to test your understanding 360 degree feedback for you to share your view, take, opinion and reasoning Reflection papers for you to be able to connect the dots, reflect and come up with practical reasonings and solutions
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