I always work together with students to set targets for the achievement of their specific goals so that they can monitor their progress and focus on attaining the grade they need. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I spend most of my time preparing individuals for professional exams in specialist medical areas, such as the MRCP, MRCS, GPAKT and CSA and FRCA exams.
I am an English specialist that can help you or your child to improve in this core subject. **Please note: for adult learners I am only able to accept female students (this does not apply to children).
I'm a passionate and supportive tutor with a PhD in English and six years' tutoring experience. As a lecturer in English at Goldsmiths, UCL and Kingston university, I teach a range of topics. My tutoring centres on the student's specific needs.
I love teaching - either adults or young people, face-to-face or online. I particularly enjoy supporting people individually according to their needs. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach English, Philosophy, Thinking skills including preparation for the LNAT, the BMAT and the Thinking Skills assessment, study skills, English as a foreign language. - Tell me about your qualifications.
I tackle your weaknesses first by understanding what they are and incorporating them into a specific approach when studying or learning. An individualised timetable of what we learn or what I teach will be provided in order to grasp each topic or module on its own.
My teaching method is positive reinforcement on self-learning, I assist via prompting questions and encouraging independent learning by giving the tools and then catering the approach to the student, some students will very independently jump to an answer when given the materials, others need to be shown and others know answers but struggle with their methodology.
My teaching method relies on what my student would like to improve on or learn, I pride myself on my ability to provide teaching that will benefit the student not just in the short term but long. The skills that I teach will also be transferable. I can prepare exercises, provide resources to help remember skills, help edit work, explain terms or ideas simply.
I believe in drawing out a student's capabilities through encouragement and provision of information and lessons constructed to that end. I will try different approaches to find the best ones for my student. I set work at each session which I review before the next so that the student can progress more easily.
I am available to provide study support to secondary level all the way up to undergraduate level students. This includes help with approaching homework or assignments, managing workloads, and understanding complex areas. My facilitation work involves listening and understanding, so my teaching is based on starting from where you are, and working together towards a shared goal.
During university I would regularly mark and correct fellow student's essays, spanning in subjects such as Psychology to Nursing. I can provide valuable tips and improvements where needed and read through any material in order to understand more clearly how they need help. I am very patient and friendly and will dedicate substantial time for my students.
I base my teaching on the individual needs of each student. I believe this helps establish a trusting relationship between myself and the student because they are receiving catered, 1:1 support from their tutor. I believe students learn so differently from one another and really keeping this in mind is key for success.
I give one-to-one lessons to school-age students up to GCSE level. My approach will be to consult my student on what they are studying and where they are struggling, and tailor my session-plans and contents to the needs of each individual. Sessions will typically last one to two hours, and will be directed for the most part by what the student needs or is having problems with.
I've generally given lessons to students preparing for 11+, English and Maths at primary school level, and Maths at GCSE level. I'm also open to supporting students who study A-Level Maths. My ways of teaching are centred around examples - real life or artificial examples that can help a student understand what I'm teaching.
For a few years now I have been tutoring students in different subjects and with different needs (10 to 17 y.o.), which has taught me that there isn’t one method that works for everyone. It is really important for me to follow a student over time and understand what works best for them.
My teaching is aimed at undergraduate and postgraduate students studying English Language and Linguistics, or Literary Linguistics. Before our first meeting, I like to learn about the course you are on (methodological frameworks, rubric, etc.) in order to ensure that our sessions are as valuable as possible for your particular needs.
In my four years of teaching I’ve learned that individual attention is often the key to releasing a student’s potential. The opportunity to target and develop skills that are difficult to learn in the classroom is why tutoring can have such a powerful impact.
My teaching methodology is fun, creative and very changing. I rely on diverse methods of absorbing educational knowledge, by making my lessons interactive and different. I am very approachable and also hold good communicational skills. My teaching experience has led my students pass their entrance exams of grammar schools and other general tests.
I can teach advanced, or basic, English and Philosophy, at all levels and my methodology is designed to teach, and support, each individual - as each individual has their own particular way of learning and advancing their own knowledge!
I teach students who are on BTEC and Degree-level programmes. I prefer to deliver lessons that are as interactive as possible, encouraging input from you, and avoiding being talked at by me for long periods of time! I am an adaptable tutor who values student feedback.
My teaching style is tailored to be responsive to the needs of individual students. I offer an approach to essay construction that is based on tried and tested principles but which is ultimately designed to help each student to articulate their own thoughts and ideas in a way that enhances their particular learning experience from the process of essay writing.
I am a professional tutor with 12,000 hours of experience who aims to motivate students to broaden their curiosity and critical thinking in classes planned to solve problems, explore, experiment and apply skills creatively for deep learning. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Maths: KS1, KS2, Entrance Exams. English Language & Literature: KS1. Reasoning. Media Studies: A Level. Psychology.
I am a tutor and proofreader. I primarily tutor in the North-East of England. I am prepared to take on students of any disposition, from the nervous and struggling type to the confident and capable type.
Cambridge-educated, I am a highly experienced tutor with over 1200 hours' experience. In the Varsity Top 100, I was described as being 'one of the friendliest faces in Cambridge' and, as a tutor, I am unfailingly enthusiastic and dedicated. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I am a specialist in French at all levels (with a 100% success rate in scholarship examinations).
I'm an experienced and qualified teacher of English, Philosophy and related subjects, with a Ph.D. and a PGCE. I have lots of experience of helping students prepare for university admission. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Philosophy A Level and undergraduate level. Critical Thinking AS & A Level. Religious Studies at A Level (most religions and options). Politics A Level.
I have a relaxed and friendly approach and enjoy developing a good rapport with my students. I'm also very professional and take satisfaction in planning a personalised course of lessons for each student to help them achieve their goals. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Maths and Music are the subjects I teach most. However, I also teach English, Critical Thinking, Philosophy and Russian.
I am a very experienced tutor and have had a lot of success with students at university level, particularly those struggling with a poor educational start, academic skills and learning impediments, such as dyslexia.
Hello! I work as a tutor in the London area, and am available to teach high school and university students for sessions up to three hours. I am very passionate about my subject and love working with students. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach German, Political Science, Sociology, Philosophy, and Media Studies/Critical Theory from A-Level to University Level.
I have a passion for teaching subjects thoroughly, and I tailor my teaching methods to the student's needs, whilst making an effort that the student feels comfortable to ask questions and take the subject further if they wish to.
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