My approach is 'Socratic' - I teach by questioning. And this is not just quoting an ancient philosopher --- it really works! Socrates likened himself to a midwife- a philosophical midwife to help people give birth to their ideas. The assumption behind this is that- you already know and understand, you just need someone to awaken you a little to find the answer in your head.
I believe that *everyone* has the potential to learn and excel if they find the best method of learning for them. I aim to challenge my students to push themselves to meet the targets they have set for themselves, with respect to their own goals, life circumstances, and abilities.
I would prefer to teach A-level and secondary students, mostly because I aim to teach one of these age groups in the future. However I would be open to tutoring degree students whose modules match my areas of expertise.
History is not just a recitation of facts but also about enjoyment, in my classes we will read and complete given tasks but also engage with questioning types of sources and prevailing narratives. In this way any student will be prepared for whatever tests they will be taking as part of their education.
I will go through the basics of Logic, the philosophical method. After which we can progress to syllogisms, symbolic logic, Western Philosophy and ethics. The approch will be simplified so the student connects with the subject matter, much like Maths.
My name is Rebecca Moore, I am currently an A level student studying Philosophy & ethics, history and photography. I passed all of my gcse exams excelling in English language with a 7 )0( equivalent of an A). I can confidently teach English ( language and literature), history and religious studies from secondary to gcse level.
I started teaching English in 1994. From 1998 I have been heavily involved in teacher education and teacher training which means that I have a vast amount of experience to tap into. I have worked with children as young as four years old and supported adults through GCSES and Undergraduate degrees. I am a published academic. My articles can be found on Google Scholar.
I enjoy tutoring and dealing with written work and planning. I recommend books and approaches and try to be as supportive as possible. What else would you expect from 40 years of teaching and 38 of those tutoring groups and, above all, one to one. I have a range of levels and subjects built up in an expert way over all this time.
My approach to teaching is to enable students to engage with the material intellectually and think about it from the inside. I do this by using a variety of thought experiments, real world examples, and probing questions. This enables students to appreciate the real value of ideas and world-views which are complicated and often not obvious.
I have a calm an measured approach which works particularly well with underachieving students. Tutorial sessions are tailored to the individual student's needs. I have tutored GCSE, A Level and Undergraduate students since 2011. Contact me today to discuss your tuition requirements.
Each student that takes me on as a tutor will receive their own personally suited lessons. Each person learns and obtains knowledge in a unique way. Some work well with writing notes, some work well with flashing visual ques, some work well with general discussion or even mind-maps.
Aiming to teach A Level/GCSE standard students studying philosophy or Religious education. My lessons will focus on what you want to cover and learn with a particular focus on developing structures for philosophical argument. I am easy going, approachable and aim to help in anyway I can.
I am a friendly, very approachable, supportive individual who has a BSc (1st class) Hons and MSc (distinction in Psychology. I can teach from secondary school up to & including degree level for Psychology. Lesson will last for 1 hour and consist of explaining and discussing the subject topic online, with power-points.
I would approach each topic by gauging how much my student already knows about the given topic and assessing how comfortable they seem with it in order to determine the pace of teaching I should move forward with. I aim for the student to be as actively engaged in a topic as possible.
I have found that the reason many students fail to understand a topic is due to incorrect teaching methods. I believe that each individual learns in their own unique way. Hence as a tutor I first determine what works for each of the students and plan the teaching to match each individual`s learning style.
I provide tuition to Primary pupils preparing for school entrance examinations through to A level students preparing for their examinations. Lessons are engaging and focused on promoting progress during each session. Each session ends with a plenary exercise to demonstrate what the student has learnt and what needs to be developed.
I tutor using a variety of methods: discussion, presentation, video and analysis of case-reports. I typically tutor on a 1:1 basis but am open to tutoring 2 people at a time. I tutor at your home unless a neutral location is preferred.
I like to engage the student and build a positive relationship with them. Following the set curriculum and preparing for exams is very important, as is writing essays for practice or for coursework. So is aiming to genuinely understand the subject matter and to engage in critical thought and explore around the subject. On top of this having fun while doing so is vital.
I offer lessons to people working on Higher and National 5 Philosophy, or for people with a general interest. Given the subjectiveness of philosophy, I find that the only way to learn effectively is to debate and discuss the sqa texts. I will also provide comprehensive notes which are an excellent resource for revision.
I can offer lessons for anyone studying psychology up to and including degree level. The lessons will consist of a basic structure which include key information, exercises and summary of the information taught in the lesson. Goal setting will be a big part of the learning process so the student will feel like they are in control of their learning speed.
My teaching method is based on the specific works of contemporary thinkers. For instance, one lesson will be on Voltaire's Candide, while another will look at Mandeville's Fable of the Bees. The lessons will use these texts as a jumping off point to discuss the wider social, economic, political and cultural movements of the period.
What I have to offer: - Psychology at degree level, specifically Neuroscience as well as Biology and Chemistry.
I am a lecturer in Philosophy currently on my PhD at Lancaster University. From my wealth of experience as a lecturer for more than four years, am sure my student will have the best story to tell in their chosen career.
My name is Gabby and I am currently studying for a PhD in Leisure Studies at Leeds Beckett University. I have an extensive background in sociology having taught at GCSE Level, AS Level, A-Level and Undergraduate level.
As a young graduate the challenges of education are still fresh in my mind as well as the learning techniques and academic support needed to overcome them. I offer friendly and thorough study guidance for GCSE and A level students and will ensure that you can acquire and develop knowledge of the vital material in your studies.
I am a Master’s degree graduate in International Relations who is an honest, innovative and highly determined individual. Able to learn and apply new concepts whilst constantly seeking to improve knowledge and skills. Have previous experience in business, administrative, charity, retail and voluntary sectors. Am bilingual in English and Bengali.
I will begin by teaching students how to use what are called 'Concept Maps' which are a learning tool outlined by Joseph D. Novak and D. Bob Gowin in their book 'Learning how to Learn' published by the University of Cambridge. Concept Maps allow one to keep visual track of ideas and their connections.
I'm a firm believer in establishing a really strong relationship with a tutee. Honesty and a bit of humour is key to this. I know how much difference sitting in a classroom with a teacher whose company you actually enjoy makes. Key to my teaching technique is reviewing past-papers in anticipation of upcoming questions.
I would like to give lessons to GCSE students and younger, who wish to receive extra help in history. I approach topics with enthusiasm because, despite some seeming 'boring', all topics in history have something interesting worth learning about. My teaching methods include, discussing the topics and putting across opinions on both sides, as well as creating spider diagrams and planning out essays.
I am a flexible teacher. I use lectures and seminars, as well as group work-shops, to explore issues. I have a methodological approach, and I build each session on the personal development of my students.
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