I graduated from the University of Oxford with a BA in in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics in 2016. On top of my enthusiasm for my degree and related subjects, I am also a passionate communicator and relish the challenge of breaking complex arguments and concepts into digestible chunks and adapting to different learning styles.
Lessons are entirely tailored to the needs of the student and are contingent on their level of study, whether it be for school examinations or university-level assignments.
I am an encouraging and patient tutor. I do not force information on my students or expect them to understand content in an unreasonable time. Instead, I pride myself on being a good tutor by listening to my students and make the effort to explain content in different ways.
I learning approach is based on assessing your strengths and putting a plan together to address any weaknesses in your writing or understanding. I provide a scheme of additional tasks that can be completed as your own time to keep you progressing in between sessions.
My method of teaching is to encourage students to read around a topic prior to a lesson. The next lesson will then consist of a short lesson around the topic, before initiating discussion and debate about the topic. For students sitting exams such as GCSE or A-Level, I will regularly test the student's knowledge and approach to essay writing.
I like to be visual, and show different methods of learning and different ways of remembering. Geography is not an easy subject and I would like to help students find their passion for it. I would like to be able to teach up to GCSE and help students to find an enjoyment for this subject.
My approach is always tailored to your needs and goals, we will work together as a team to help you achieve the grades you deserve. I am particularly good with nervous students who may be lacking in confidence and we will always work at your pace. There are two ways I like to work with my students and you are free to choose which way works for you each time. Option 1.
I aim to teach through grasping the strengths of students and working towards enhancing those and improving weaknesses to ensure a comfortable and fulfilling experience, where I want to build the confidence of the student so they feel they can approach any academic task with belief in themselves and with the ability to do brilliantly.
My teaching methodology is starting with the basic concepts and then taking the concept to a higher level using analogies and examples to showcase the practical application of the concept while simultaneously keeping the space for doubts clearance.
I love being a part of the learning experience for young people as they take on board information and process its often varied meanings. Believing it important to teach using a variety of methods to engage learners and prevent repetition when studying.
My teaching method is highly individualized. I start by assessing the skills the the student has already and comparing them to the skills the student needs to have in order to succeed. I then design lessons that will help them gain those skills. I do a lot of hands on work, such as primary sources and writing skills.
I approach each topic with my student’s ability and style in mind. I work with them on the lessons they have covered in class and I reaffirm their knowledge with the aid of the course work book and my own resources . The lesson will be structured and tailored to the student’s specific needs . I tutor all ages and levels .
I tend to focus on exam technique and study skills. Making information memorable and accessible to anyone, and making sure that a student knows how to answer an exam question can make any subject 100 times easier. Different techniques work for different students, and I see the importance in being able to adapt to particular needs and attitudes.
My teaching method vary from student to student, there is a need that the student be comfortable and feels can express the difficulties in best way he or she can to get help. I am open and flexible to the students requirement.
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 have taught pupils from KS1 to Postgraduate level. I have done an equal amount of group-teaching (lecturing/seminars/classroom) and individual tutoring (mentoring/coaching/private tutorials).
Ideally GCSE and A-Level. The lessons I remember most are those when the students could work out problems independently in a fun, creative enviroment where teaching eachother is more effective than being lectured at. I'm patient, clear and enthusiastic.
I aim to guide those who are undertaking their GCSE's. They cater to individual needs rather than a generalised plan. People have characterised me as patient empathetic and encouraging; I believe this shows that I would be able to give a more personal approach to lessons.
My teaching method is very relaxed, I believe that every individual learns at a unique pace. My students are able to have fun, whilst learning about difficult sociological concepts.
I'm happy to help anyone from GCSE up to undergraduate in any manner of essay subjects, helping with structure, referencing, bibliographies, concise writing, and proof-reading. I like to start by breaking down an essay question of topics into its most crucial components and use this to both predict a marking criteria and structure for the essay/argument.
I like to tailor my lessons as much as possible to the individual student - they are the boss after all. My strategy to get success is focussing lessons around exam questions, but I make sure to try and engage my students in the material and try to relate it to everyday life. Interested students are much more likely to get better grades after all.
My method is by using more humorous ways to remember things and with repetition on these they have been proven to make memories last longer.
My methodology as a teacher is quite simple, i believe that every single student should be treated as an individual and therefore there will no be 'generic' lesson plans used. Each plan will be individual to each student to ensure that they are getting exactly what THEY want from the session.
I focus on primary and high school ages. I teach through both cooperative and cognitive teaching styles. I give guided support in research, give structure to essay writing and helpful hints and tricks to exam prep. But most importantly I will tailor the lessons to my pupils so that they can have a better learning experience.
Being a busy person, I will be giving my lessons via Skype with options for 15 to 60 minutes. I will tailor each lesson to your learning preferences and topic of concern, having let me know in advance. I will begin with making sure you are comfortable: grab a tea, coffee or hot chocolate with your cat/dog/hamster ...
I primarily aim my lessons at undergraduate students and prospective undergraduates and therefore my style is less prescriptive. As a student myself, I understand that an hour long session working through tutor-created schemes of work isn't necessarily what is needed. Instead I like to focus on what the student needs and provide them with exercises, ideas or assistance to achieve their goals.
I will teach my lessons visually and verbally. I would involve a lot of discussion between individuals if it is a group I am teaching.
My teaching method is relaxed but thorough. I will not force anything upon any student, however the work I set will be extremely beneficial to the student. I will plan my lessons going through the different sociological points of view (e.g. functionalist, feminist, Marxist), and set example questions after each sub-topic.
My teaching method is to encourage students to share the information they already know first and foremost. Then it opens them up to push more information they may not have known they already have. From here, the further teaching is actually needed and more interesting as well as building self confidence in feeling like they already had it.
i have taught a variety of ages ranging up to A Level standard. i prefer to start sessions with a reflection and a small test on what they learnt the week before by asking them to recite key words. then go on to teach them what is in line for that week.
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