I am a laid back, yet ambitious individual. I give lessons to A level, GCSE and below. Lessons will be tailored to your level and what you want to get out of the lessons, with an emphasis on how to do well in your exams as that time approaches.
I believe strongly in encouraging students to think critically and develop their own argument. I do this in an informal manner, pushing them to question and justify their argument until they are confident in using the literature to support their thesis.
I privilege teaching small groups (2-3 students per group), and I am experienced at leading tutorial discussions. I am available for teaching lectures. I pay great attention to training students' writing skills, encouraging students to express clearly and efficaciously their point of view in the essays.
My teaching methodology is [most of the time] up to students level of learning. I always ask students suggestions and consider their demands. I usually prefer power point and going through reading sometimes but this may change if student have a better offer..
I am patient, accommodating and creative. Therefore, I will evaluate what the best course of learning is for the student and alter my teaching methods to suit them. My lesson structure will be based on what the student requires help in the most and what I see as most helpful to the student and what will make them reach their full potential.
I understand that many people struggle with exam technique and structure during exams, so my lessons place emphasis on the best techniques to use in order to achieve the highest marks. I have highly effective ways of revising and teaching content too. I like my lessons to be in a high-concentration atmosphere, in which various academic topics are discussed and planned for.
I like to break things down into steps to make them manageable and useful rather than spout jargon at you. I have been privileged to learn from some of the best out there and would love to pass on that knowledge.
I give one-on-one lessons for most of the time, but I can also tutor small groups with the same level of care. I wish to provoke a discussion rather than lecture alone, and try and encourage answers rather than to simply give them to the student, so they are able to perform as such in the exam.
I am adaptable to a range of teaching styles to suit individual needs and base my teaching methods on two main areas. These include understanding theory and practice and making this applicable to the desired structures of their assessment in hand. The effectiveness of this includes grounding students with knowledge of subject material through accessible understanding and examples.
Whether you’re studying at degree level and require extra support or are only just beginning your academic career in Sociology, I will help you to access the pool of sociological knowledge and make sense of social theory. My teaching method will be tailored to suit your needs. I will design activities around your learning style and make the material engaging and interesting.
I am an easy going experimentalist who wants to share her knowledge with anyone who wants to improve themselves in communication studies and politics. My teaching techniques/method is based on practical work and includes discussion. I always try to engage the students in the topic. If applicable I like using Socratic Method.
I am happy to give lessons to high school students of any year, and first and second year University students. I do not have a set teaching methodology but would rather focus on the differing priorities of each individual student. I bring a patient and stress-free approach to tutoring and want to encourage students' interest and academic ambition as well as practical academic skills.
My teaching method is based on the many wonderful teachers I have had throughout the years and the various methods used by them. I am happy to teach anyone from primary level (specialising in English, history and maths), senior school (English literature, history and politics) up to bachelors degree level (focusing on ancient history).
I like to teach through discussions and real world application of each topic, mostly to GCSE or AS Level students of sociology. Understanding sociology from a personal point of view makes the recall of the information much easier during your exams and allows you to use your knowledge in real life debates regarding your opinions using sociological terms.
My teaching method starts with the student's interests and requirements. My approach is to use current examples, from our daily life, to draw parallels with the material and thereby gain a better understanding of its relevance. I would encourage the student to challenge opinions, test theory against personal experience.
I will make sure you know the key sociologists that are relevant to your topic.
Adult learners are students that have multiple responsibilities in relation to their professional, personal, social life and to their individual identity, which I understand, on a professional and personal level.
I will be able to teach GCSE and A-Level Sociology as this is where my expertise lies. My teaching is based around various revision techniques that I myself have tried and tested, that I believe will be beneficial in achieving top grades in Sociology. Additionally, I believe that techniques that answers should be completed in an exam are extremely crucial in order to achieve high marks.
I will be comfortable teaching my specialist subjects up to A level. I will base my teaching sessions on how I was taught at school. I'd like an open dialogue, where both myself and you have a free-flowing conversation. As a reluctant student myself at times, I don't believe lessons should be boring and mundane.
Having completed a degree I would happily tutor anything up to that level. I would teach in a student led manner, any teaching I give should be supplementary, and therefore I would help with the aspects of any course relating to Social and Political Sciences or Philosophy that students may find difficult.
Every learner is different and has their own way of learning and understanding subjects. I aim to discover which learning methods work best for each individual and plan lessons using the method that suits each learner. I have taught in high schools, sixth form, college and foundation entry degree levels. I have experience in working with students who have learning disabilities.
I use different examples to simplify things that may seem confusing, in order to understand easier. It's a very simple but effective way of learning.
The way I approach teaching is by using a 'building up' method. In other words, I have found that students learn more effectively when they really understand every little aspect of something, unlike the traditional route of just drilling information into you and hoping it will stick.
My teaching style is explaining concept in an accessible way and take it from there by giving real life examples to really help understand what is going on. We would focus on anything you find tricky or want to practice.
Usually the student transmits their doubts and I organize the classes according to their needs or they usually teach me the material they are teaching in class and reinforce what they do not understand.
I use a combination of teaching methods so there will always be something that works for everyone. I prefer using powerpoint for passing on key information to learn. I will also use discussion based sessions to ensure full understanding and meeting of the aims so exam technique becomes developed and reinforced gradually.
Teaching material will be adapted dependant upon the student's preference of modules and level of interest. Psychology is a board subject and branches into many different sub-categories. Available to teach Biology, Maths and Home Economics A-Level. The key is communication, setting objectives, detailed notes, practice.
I base my classes around a starting point, and see where the interests of the students lie and go from there! My main interests and research lie in American History - however, my degree has exposed me to a great deal of other areas of history and politics.
I approach teaching differently according to the needs of each student. By basing my teaching loosely on the school curriculum, my tutoring works well alongside school lessons. I split up subjects into different topics, and build up each topic before creating a topic review and exploring how topic link up with each other.
One of my biggest goals for my students is to support them to work and learn autonomously whilst receiving proper guidance. Lessons are structured but have room for flexibility and I love to be challenged by insightful questions from my students.
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