I believe that the knowledge I have can be adapted to work with all stages of building your business. Through relaxed conversations and a goal-driven approach to making progress.
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.
As a current Masters student with previous experience in both teaching and media industries, I strive to provide extra help to those studying in media fields in a professional, yet approachable manner. This is through creative learning materials, workshops, and industry contacts.
I have worked as a Senior lecturer at degree level for the past 15 years. I have also worked as a free -lance Lecturer/Speaker for Art & Design History for various groups such as WEA, National Trust, Poole Arts Society and FE colleges.
My teaching method empasises on student centred approach to learning and I believe strongly in students participating in the learning process. My method includes but not limited to exploring examples from real life situation in order to explain a concept to students so that they can have a good grasp of my teaching.
Normally classroom based or one-to-one tutorials with a focus on vocational and practical skills and application of the subjects taught. To give students the ability to actually practice working Journalism in the real World and provide them with the skills they need.
My teaching method is based upon how the student learns. I will take my time if students are finding the task difficult by remaining calm and positive. I like to give goals for the lesson and achieve them by the end of that time. The goals will be made by both me and the student to what I feel is achievable.
First, I would listen what the person wants to achieve and plan the way towards that goal. Techniques and methods vary depending on the goal, but I love structural steps. Will start with the broad picture and time scale to understand the period and why things happened and go into specific details: maps, personalities, sources, social and political lives.
I have taught pupils from KS1 to Postgraduate level. I have done an equal amount of group-teaching (lecturing/seminars/classroom) and individual tutoring (mentoring/coaching/private tutorials).
My teaching method is very practical. I prefer to work with the students on what they want to learn, what they want to achieve and how they would like to do it.
By being knowledgeable in a wide field, I have an advantage over most in regards to what I can teach. Keeping fit and active allows me to learn and absorb more, and not forgetting it makes me a happier person all round! I already work with younger people in a church environment. I help them to discover who they are as individuals and also consider some bigger questions.
Hello, I'm a freelance writer, blogger and journalist. I graduated with a 2.1 in B.A history in 2014, and I am about to start an M.A course in Journalism. During my degree, I gained in-depth knowledge of Nazi Germany, Colonial India, Slavery in Medieval Europe, Witchcraft Accusations, Medieval Heresies, and more general insight into historiography and other historical periods.
Want advice on anything media related? Essay or article to write, script to prepare, audio to create? I am happy to engage in a range of flexible tutoring styles to give advice. The content can include walk throughs as well if needed and I work particularly well with visual learners.
I'm looking to pass on my extensive knowledge of psychology that I have gained through my two years with the Open University ( so far) as well as the additional qualifications I've obtained on the side. Please read about those below.
Conversation, lots of it, with me listening and you talking. Correction and vocabulary at the end of each lesson. Lessons based around subjects important for the student. Once comfortable with speaking, small talk and everyday English, it makes sense to focus on the Grammar, word order and tenses.
I have taught journalism to BA and master's students for several years at Bournemouth University and also at universities in Nepal, after around 15 years as a journalist and editor for various publications, covering crisis and conflict reporting as well as current events, politics and the media.
I am an 18 year old English student moving to Brighton from Singapore having just finished my IB diploma with biology, psychology, and economics as my higher-level subjects. I have some experience in tutoring primary students and enjoy engaging with and helping students.
My teaching method is a hands-on approach. I will help you learn how to source story ideas, edit and format your work and get published! I can also teach you how to record and edit video or audio content. My lessons are suited to undergraduate journalism or media students.
Courses tailored to your needs, whether you are looking to break into sports journalism or make your You Tube channel, club website, blog or social posts more engaging and SEO friendly. Full spectrum of topics covered: reporting live events, headlines, news, features, interview techniques, writing text and titles for video, editing, using stats and analysis.
I use a wide range of assessment and teaching and learning styles to engage the learner with the content.
I am providing tutoring and academic assistance to students of undergraduate,post-graduate, school and high school students in the discipline of sociology, history, community and policy development. I adopt different lesson structure keeping in view the nature of subject area. I follow Five-Step Lesson Planning to cater my students.
I like to speak to students (and their parents if applicable) beforehand to find out what works best for them and what the ultimate goal is. Lesson plans will be worked around them. I am happy to work with special education needs children.
Online tutoring, proof reading and writing help. I am a qualified NCTJ journalist with a Master's in Sports Journalism, who is also currently writing a children's book and working in the corporate world as a content creator. I also have a background in Archaeology and the sciences. I try to give concise and constructive instructions and suggestions.
My teaching method is relaxed but thorough. I will not force anything upon any student, however the work I set will be extremely beneficial to the student. I will plan my lessons going through the different sociological points of view (e.g. functionalist, feminist, Marxist), and set example questions after each sub-topic.
I love seeing creative people who organize their ideas, trying to achieve their goals. I usually start by knowing the people and then, by showing the way I am doing the things, I can start teaching them how to do the same.
I believe different teaching methods are needed to suit students as each student is a unique individual. I am patient and will try different methods to suit each student.
I tailor my lessons to the person or group I am teaching. Education isn't a one size fits all system, so I'll customize lesson plans and activities to make sure whoever I'm teaching gets what they need. My main methodology is 'teaching by doing', guiding students through what they're doing and giving them a hands-on approach, rather than just speaking at them and hoping they understand.
I'm able to help tutor A level students to help them attain their A level in Politics. I can also help tutor those who need help growing their local ward or political group, and how to grow campaigns within local politics.
I have a B.A. in International Relations/Global Affairs and Communication and aim to give lessons to similar students of high school or college age. Ideally, I would like to work with students to expand their knowledge on this subject area, with an emphasis on journalism, the media, politics, current affairs, and more.
My teaching method is based on an interactive, online and simulated approach. Additional efforts in enhancing major works in English literature and history. The aspects of past and present research works have hence been advanced across board. This process reflects immediate review concepts in systems that support additional research.
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