I approach my topics in a way that is personable and relevant to each individual student. I choose to assess their level of confidence and what they hope to achieve by asking questions and thoughtfully listening. In addition to this, I prefer to review some of their past work in order to gain a better picture of where their skills currently lie, and where we may work together to improve them.
My teaching method is student led. I listen to what the student wants and needs from the session and help them develop tools to improve. Although I have given lectures, I prefer having dialogue with my students to improve their confidence, going through their work together.
I approach each topic by course modules, ensuring that every part of the course is covered in preparation for exams. In addition, I can also assist with "problem areas" involving course material, but also necessary skills, such as essay writing, time management during exams and study organisation.
I am a 25 year old woman based in Canterbury. I am available to help stages 1-4 with their English language reading skills; to those whose native language is English and also to those who native language is not. I am also available to proof-read essays and dissertations, with regards to spelling, grammar, punctuation and use of language. I can also teach Marketing for up to A level standard.
I foster a productive environment that is very focused on the goal at hand. I am considerate of learners' needs and have tutored students with a range of learning and behavioural difficulties to fruitful outcomes. I like to create resources around learners' interests and I am sensitive to learners' needs.
My teaching method would be interactive and fun, with a main focus on discussion and debate rather than just lecturing.
My approach varies dependent on the student. I enjoy teaching creatively, using drawings and images as well as more academically, using simple deconstruction of language.
When I was in Secondary School, I disliked academic study and was easily distracted. Two years on, I have received top A* Grades in English Language, Literarure and History at GCSE, I write for a national newspaper, and I am hoping to read History at the University of Durham next year. I won't lie to you: Of course, as a student I need to earn some money.
My teaching method is what I call "the natural approach" as I strongly believe students learn best informally while having fun but I am also very flexible. I like to tailor my lessons to best fit my students' needs and I have a wide range of experience that helps me to build rapport with my learners.
I have a very hands-on approach to learning, which involves working together with the students so that they can achieve their goals, as opposed to treating tuition sessions as separate from their academic and daily lives.
I approach each topic by first asking the child what topics they struggle with and give simple questions to build up confidence and once I start seeing flaws I explain where they go wrong. I then set questions at this difficulty and slowly encourage them to start doing harder questions once they get the hang of it.
I can tutor up to A level English Literature and up to grade 6 clarinet as well as beginners piano. I teach in an informal style so that the people I work with enjoy lessons and can work at their own pace, giving structure to younger students through objectives and reflection.
I have an individual teaching plan for each student depending on their skills and needs. I will usually begin with the basic concepts and introduce you to advanced options and try to cover topics outside the curriculum. While I'm very supportive, I require students to make an independent effort too.
My teaching method is not only going by the book, because I tend to go by more realistic approaches where students can relate their learning to real life situations, in whichever case they may be applicable. And I also base classes on a little extra knowledge apart from the information provided in books.
I base my classes by topic and work through it methodically but tailor it to specific students needs e.g if they struggled in a certain area or had a set of exams they wanted to focus their attention on.
I focus on building on what students already know and improving self-esteem. This involves working on what students believe they’re good at doing and then working together to overcome barriers that may be preventing students from achieving better understanding of the subject matter.
My teaching method is tailored to my student, in year 12 and 13 I tutored boys from my school (at GCSE level) who were struggling the most with the subject. I found that patience and understanding were the two qualities that evoked a universal response and prompted progress.
I tend to give lessons to children who need help furthering their english and are finding it difficult to connect with the subject; I am here to give them the boost they need, to light the fire of their passion.
I'm currently a Philosophy student studying Philosophy at degree level. I took an extra philosophy A Level in my gap year and so I have experience of home schooling as well as regular education.
Critical thinking Communication (discussion) I aim to encourage pupils to ask questions when having any doubts. I usually ask some questions when getting into the practical tasks.
I believe that getting students to do what they think is right, using their own prior knowledge and applying it to their new work and then showing them where and how they can improve is most effective; and also being able to relate to the students and being approachable is very necessary.
I promote curriculum based teaching, with a focus on exam technique and examiner expectations. I aim to pish students to study at a level higher than their years.
My teaching method is creative and allows students to learn through thinking outside the box. I am calm, patient, I persevere through any challenge and encourage my students to do the same.
As a psychology student, I know the best ways to help students remember information. Once the student understands the information, it is important to keep repeating it so it is not forgotten.
My teaching method is tailored to each individual depending on what that they would like to achieve. I work online and find that this help with scheduling a convenient time. I am a calm, understanding teacher, and value my student's time.
I am an educator, examiner, teacher-trainer, life and confidence coach, motivational speaker and entrepreneur. I help clients find peace, happiness, joy, confidence and stability. I teach KS1 to adult students. I teach and coach online.
I aim to build confidence in the key English skills of reading and writing, so that students of all levels can communicate more effectively, achieve better grades, and get pleasure and satisfaction from using English. - Which subject(s) do you teach? English Language and Literature, including KS3, GCSE, AS/A2 and English as a foreign language.
My teaching method is generally one to one. I try to tailor my teaching to the student and the subject, but ideal tutoring sessions are around 45 minutes long to allow enough material to be covered. I encourage students to bring homework they may have, or work that they may be struggling with.
I'm an English and American Literature undergraduate at the University of Kent. I have a strong enthusiasm for literature and hope to become an English teacher. I have experience ranging from tutoring for AS levels to helping 11 year olds boost their reading abilities. Throughout my studies I have learned the efficient study skills, that I wish to pass on to my tutees.
I base my sessions upon the preference of my students learning methods so as to maximise understanding and potential used from a basis of own notes and knowledge.
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