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.
For me, language was born in communication and is used to cater for that purpose, so the most effective way to learn language is from real communication. Tasks with real purposes such as writing emails, listening to radios or watching movies in the target language should be included to help learners learn language better.
My teaching method focuses on the individual needs of the student. Every session is tailored to specific needs and aims to maximise success every step of the way. I don’t believe in a one-size fits all approach, and that every student is different. All of my lesson plans are specifically formulated, and I see tutoring as a collaborative activity between student and teacher.
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. Essay Writing (Undergraduate, Postgraduate) Reasoning.
My lesson structures are as follows; First 10 minutes: Refresh and summarise last lesson. 15 minutes: introduction and application of new topic. 15 minutes:guided practice examples. 10 minutes: exam style question or challenging example of the topic. 10 minutes:basic skills refresher and review of the topic. I try to get to know my students and feel that I am there to help.
I tailor my tutoring to the needs and requirements of each tutee working with strengths and facilitating development of new skills and abilities needed to achieve the tutee's required grades and outcomes. I listen, evaluate then plan before guiding my tutee.
I am happy to facilitate learning in the way which is of most benefit to each individual student online via telephone or video conference. This means that I am first interested in discussing each student's needs before agreeing on the way in which these can be best tackled.
I vary with classes and levels, and I like to take a friendly approach rooted in what my students want to achieve. I adapt to the student and the curriculum, but typically use a range of real-world examples to create a better context.
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 am NOT a disciplinarian. An informal, calm, undemanding atmosphere is my preference, and as teaching is my passion I often remain as long as necessary without acceleration of cost. For example, if I stay for 80 minutes then I will still only cost an hour. My teaching method includes asking what my student wishes to improve upon after identifying their strengths.
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.
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.
Perhaps the most significant aspect of my approach to teaching is the recognition that the most valuable outcome for any student is not only the acquisition of subject knowledge but the development of independent learning skills.
I aim to elicit critical thinking from my students. To start with what they know already and work from there. I make my lessons fun and engaging so that by the end of the lesson they feel confident in their knowledge and motivated by their subject.
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.
I strive to understand the individual student's needs with regards to the subject we are attacking. With those in minds, after we have discussed strengths and weaknesses we will go on to discuss ways we can work together to overcome the obstacle, including oral and written tasks related to the subject matter.
Each student is different, but I find out what students' goals are in learning English and help them achieve them.
In keeping with my Classical background, I am primarily a Socratic teacher: I see my role as to model the thought process that the student should internalise in order to think for herself. This means guiding the student to ask ever-deeper questions of the subject material, and to assess her own understanding.
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 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.
I have over four years experience as a both a freelance tutor and as mentor working the Linacre Institute, an education charity dedicated to helping aspiring state school students. I am able to offer specialist tuition in Oxbridge entrance preparation, as well as A Level Politics and Philosophy and up to GCSE Maths.
I have been giving lessons for 5 years, all of different ages and in different courses. I currently also tutor online as a part-time job, helping students with their homework and assignments.
Combining motivational coaching techniques, I offer a fully engaging and personalised service. Typically, for a first session I undertake a comprehensive learning needs assessment, the results of which can be made available to the parent / guardian.
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.
I am a positive, caring and encouraging tutor who will work hard to offer support in helping students achieve their goals. I enjoy being able to help students grow in confidence and ability, and strongly believe everyone can succeed! Whether your child needs pushing to reach a higher goal, or simply some guidance or a confidence boost, I am happy to help.
As a postgraduate student, I aim to support undergraduate students and sixth form students with writing essays, constructing arguments and proofreading. To do this I will go over breaking down a question to show students what the reader is looking for and how to go about answering the question.
Hi I am Shannon and my main objective is to make you smile! My teaching methodology is a range or games , exercises and repetition to make learning the most enjoyable experience! Being approachable is one of my best assets as everyone says that I have a friendly face and I talk for Britain!
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