My teaching method is dependent on the needs of the student. I will spend the first hour discussing exactly what it is that the student is wanting from the tutoring: advice and guidance on what to read for commercial awareness, proofreading of job applications, or discussion of current changes in politics, international affairs, or law.
My teaching method is essentially based on powerpoint and going through the readings together sometimes. However, I am quite flexible about teaching method since each has a unique level of understanding and learning. Considering this, I open to various teaching method based on the student's suggestion.
My teaching method is starting with the basics and slowly building up a knowledge base so the student can fully understand the subject. I do this through an interactive style, rather than just talking at the student as I want to engage them. I also set weekly essays to assess the progress made during that week on the material we have covered. I have tutored friends at university and college.
As a tutor, I would maintain a relaxed environment, allowing for open discussion of the material, including past exam papers. I would maintain an effective balance between tutor support and the student's independent work. I understand that essay questions can be both daunting and confusing, but I will help students approach them with confidence.
I have experience with AQA and Edexcel exam boards gaining many tips and techniques to collect the easy marks, as well as tapping into the hard ones. Exam preparation is critical to achieving high marks and has consistently been the primary issue for all of my students.
I try to make learning as interactive and engaging as possible. I hate lessons that consist of the teacher dominating the class. I want students to participate as much as possible. I, therefore, aim to quickly find out what the student needs and how I can tailor my approach to best fit them as an individual. I plan my lessons around a step-by-step ladder approach to make the subject accessible.
I approach each topic by working with what the student is currently studying, for example of the student is studying Hitler's Germany then I will ask them to bring some reading or a sample question so we can practice and discuss,
I can cater to various students but my primary audeience would be children/ secondary and A-level students that wish to gain a greater understanding of these topics from a comfortable start and exploring further into these subjects depending on their grasp on the information they are given.
I can tutor you in person in Sussex or remotely via Skype (anywhere in the UK). My approach is to a) help you understand any political concepts that you find challenging, b) coach you on your study skills and c) provide critical challenge and feedback on your course work.
I offer courses that are geared towards high school students and underclassmen in university, focusing on developing analytical and critical thinking skills in regards to studying politics.
My teaching methodology centres mainly around past-paper practice, understanding how to achieve the best result possible through a familiarity with the exam. The learning of new topics will be focused around essay titles and directed learning in order to form a consistent style of writing.
I offer a bespoke approach to the study of politics and related disciplines. As politics is such a broad and contentious topic I base my tutoring around the needs of each student, rather than adhering to a static syllabus. I have a particular fascination with the emergence of 'new' terrorism and completed my dissertation on this topic.
My lessons are aimed at GSCE and A-Level students, in particular towards perfecting coursework. Since many different subjects are covered in History courses, I tailor as possible to the needs of each individual student. That said, I focus on methodology and written ability.
The strengths of my teaching lie in (1) my ability to help convene programmes as required and ensuring all aspects of a programme run smoothly, (2) inclusivity and adaptation to appropriate teaching methods to suit different needs; (3) ability to actively engage in scholarly activities appropriate to ensure my specialist subject knowledge is fully up to date, (4) and continuous improvement in...
My teaching methodology is adaptable to the core structures of most A-level and undergraduate degree level requirements in the field of Politics and International Political Economy. My techniques include offering engaging discussions on political and economic theory, followed by my offering detailed explanations of key points and recommending subsequent additional reading.
I currently give lessons to secondary school students but I'm interested in tutoring beyond that, to students that are currently undergoing their A-levels or are in University, if they are studying in my strongest areas of History and Politics. This could include looking over essay plans, making recommendations, offering sources for a student to look at that would help with research.
My teaching method is interactive and question oriented. I want students to be able to develop a keenness for research based studying, which is key in understanding civic education. I give lessons mainly to under graduate students as well as anyone interested in politics in general.
I believe the best way to learn subjects such as history and politics is to thoroughly engage in the subject matter at hand. To do this, I believe that techniques such as debates, conversations and mixed media learning resources are far more useful than the archaic method of purely book-led learning.
Talking about the surface facts and then understanding the students own opinions on the subject and helping the to relate the subject to things they may know of or see on a daily basis in order to help remember things better.
My teaching method is relaxed but at same time instill right work ethic by actually showing a student how much work they have to do and how to go from average to top grades. Teach from all backgrounds.
It's more of what the student is comfortable with. I can have power point presentations made, but on a personal note I would say paper has no substitute. With books, it's a process of 'osmosis' which comes into play. The more you carry a book on you, more will be the chances of you grasping the knowledge within.
I believe in focusing on what the university expects so I will plan sessions based on the module guide and any individual requests the student has. Whilst I offer lessons, we can concentrate on essay work and getting a high grade.
I would identify the specific areas that the sudent is struggling with, and work from there. I would give the student a greater understanding of the concepts, as well as working on essay writing techniques. Moreover, I hope to boost the student's confidence and interest in the subject.
The way I tutor will solely depend on the type of student I am tutoring. I understand that students have different learning styles, some visual, some aural, some verbal and some physical.
My teaching method is concise, clear and well thought out. I focus on the entire course to make sure you receive the best grades you can.
My teaching is based upon a passion for the subject, and a belief that learning should be relevant to a student. I like to get to know students so that I can make the lessons specific to them, and show the practical use of the subject.
I try to cater all of my advice and lessons to the specific person, addressing their specific weaknesses and trying to find fun and creative ways of overcoming them. Academic work is not just about the subject itself but also about 'playing the game', something many people struggle with.
My teaching method would be based on my practical experience as a student. For each topic, the first and foremost task would be to draw up a timeline of relevant events. Secondly, during the course of analyzing a topic, I aim to expose my pupils to a multitude of theorists in order to broaden their mindset and consider historical events beyond a specific approach.
Lessons will be completely based around the individual requirements of the student. Having studied worldwide history from ancient to modern times, I am easily able to be flexible on topics. However, my speciality and personal favourite era is Early Modern Europe.
I am excited to teach everyone, from absolute beginners to the master's level. I am supportive and believe in "deep learning"-- finding the connections between ideas that make work meaningful. My style is conversational and personable. You have the potential to learn. We will work together to discover it.
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