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..
70% of my A-level students achieve A* or A grade. I'm an Oxford University graduate and a full-time professional tutor with many years experience. - Which subject(s) do you teach? History, English Language, English Literature, Academic Writing, Entrance exams. I also offer academic proof reading for essays, dissertations, theses and articles.
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.
Lessons will be based on what the student requires, working from the minimum understanding to the more complex areas of psychological research, whilst also teaching how to research their own project and help develop their abilities in the areas required for their particular goal.
I engage students with media in a unique way - by being creative and critical with pupils, I allow them to create their own content and practice putting their new found skills to use, as they would in any media job.
I believe teaching and learning can only take place against a backdrop of mutual respect and support. I also believe that learning should be a life long process. My teaching methods engage all three types of learners, audio, visual and kinaesthetic. Both achievable and aspirational targets are set and constant feedback provided.
The most important thing for me is that my students understand the information they are learning. Therefore I find a great deal of importance in tailoring my lessons structures and teaching methods to one that suits each specific student. I do like to set my students questions to do to ensure that they understand the material and to highlight areas I need to go over again.
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 will make sure you know the key sociologists that are relevant to your topic.
I am new to tutoring so I have not yet found the most suitable teaching method. My approach is to tailor each lesson to my students and understand what their needs are so that I can help them to the best of my ability.
Having just obtained a degree in Philosophy, Politics and Ethics and wanting to be a lecturer, I know that a good tutor can make all the difference during a period of study. As a student, I have written long essays, had to memorise tricky texts and be able to produce a well structured argument about them, in both the written and the spoken word.
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 take a personalised approach to teach, this way I can be assured that you are making the most of the lesson. I rely on feedback on improvements for the next lesson. Subject knowledge will be tested through activities during the lesson and through the end of module test.
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.
My preferred teaching methods revolve around collaboration. In ESL lessons, for example, I might provide a set text like a poem or a film extract. My students would then collaborate to interpret the verse, starting with defining as much of the vocabulary as they can before identifying unknown words and trying to hypothesise possible definitions through context.
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.
I like to take a student-centred approach to learning, which means I believe the tutor and student should be equally as active as each other in lessons.
I offer lessons to anyone who wants to find out more about social sciences in history and in today's world. I try to make my lessons interesting and understandable for everyone. I am very patient and I understand that everyone learns in different ways.
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.
In my English tutoring, I worked around the strengths and weaknesses of students in English generally. However, with Psychology tutoring I would aim to work alongside the specification and subjects taught in class. Essays are essential for social science subjects, therefore I would also help pupils to develop their writing techniques.
I approach lessons by finding out, first of all, what level the tutee is at and what aspect of their work they feel is in need of improvement. I then look at past pieces of work and, based on my own observations, and any syllabus on which their studies are based, propose further foci for subsequent lessons.
I will base my teaching method on how your unique learning style, I find it helps to build up your confidence over topics and then to approach them in an exam structured way. I am a good listener and will strive to make you feel more confident about the subject as well as providing some useful advice with regards to improving your technique.
My teaching method is very much based on a student-centered approach. This is inquiry based, cooperative learning with emphasis on reciprocity. My role is supportive providing guidance throughout the learning process, rather than as sole authority figure. I tailor the lessons for each individual student through differentiated work and tasks.
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