Highly attentive and engaging tutor with substantive experience in the social sciences. My methods of instruction seek to apply a wide range of thinking to a topic to ensure the best levels can be achieved.
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.
We can discuss what you would expect from the lesson, depending on how strong or not you feel your level is. My approach is to explain the subject by describing the background more thoroughly but with an easy vocabulary, or provide additional facts that you cannot find in an ordinary school book, as I have managed to gather lots of resources through the years.
Subjects are approached thematically, and when possible chronologically for topics analysed from a historical perspective. Emphasis is placed on the teaching of mainstream narratives along with skills in critical knowledge for its evaluation which is vital for essay based subjects.
I am able to offer lessons to any level of student, whether that is for GCSEs, A-levels, or degree-level.
My teaching method is based on building a personal relationship with the student and creating personalised classes that are tailored to their strengths and weaknesses.
I have a passion for teaching and working with children. I had a very hard time in school struggling with ADD and dyscalculia while trying to maintain good grades, until in my sophomore year I was lucky enough to work with an amazing teacher who changed the way I worked and studied and made school much easier for me.
I am passionate about engaged teaching methods that can inspire students of any age with a love for historical study. I am available for one-to-one lessons online or in person. Sessions focus on analysis of both original sources and historians' writings, to suit the level of the student.
Hello! My name is Blythe, I am an American PhD student studying at the University of Glasgow. I did my BA in the US in general history with a minor in education, which gives me both teaching experience and a broad background as I have done basic maths, science, psychology, sociology, and English lit.
I am a great believer in tailoring my teaching methods to my specific students. As Einstein once said, "If you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life thinking its stupid." I am currently working mainly at KS3 level in a variety of core subjects, however I myself have studied up to degree level and will be starting my PGCE in September 2017.
I would ideally like to teach secondary age children to A level or GCSE standard. I aim to make the classes enjoyable and interactive letting the student(s) actively pursue the learning objective rather than simply lecturing them. I believe this is the best way to make sure children and young people enjoy and effectively learn.
I am happy to tutor students up and in equivalent to A-level standards. I hope to structure lessons based around each individual students' optimum way of learning. As a tutor, I hope to be supportive of my students, in terms of the topic being taught, in addition to any of their other needs- such as personal statements and university applications.
I will tailor my lessons to suit students' needs, and can teach up to an A-level standard. I will ensure that lessons meet individual student syllabuses, and can teach either physical or human geography, but specialise in human geography; politics, social geographies, psychological geographies, and development.
My teaching methods are rather straight forward but can change in terms of approach depending on the kinds of help needed, or the level of said tutee.
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.
My teaching method would be based on a set up that corresponds to an Oxford style tutorial; 1 on 1 communication, analysising contentious issues and recurrent debates within scholarly work and research.
Good, clear tutor and can help with A-Level or GCSE History, particularly essay technique, grammar and syntax. Very good people person and will tutor in a friendly but efficient way. I have a car so I can travel to your door and I can turor in the comfort of your house.
I assists A-level, undergraduate and adult students in history, anthropology and general knowledge to gain a better understanding of various social and cultural foci by applying a contextual approach to the subjects. I believe in assisting students to find their own method of acquiring and understanding greater knowledge by introducing options that will allow them to study more effectively.
I give lessons from those in primary school to A level students. I base my lessons around the students, adapting my style to ensure they get the most out of the lesson. Typically for history it would be engaging with the topic with a discussion to fully understand the content before moving onto analysis.
I am a History and Politics student at the University of Nottingham. I give lessons to anyone from Primary education up to A2 in A Level. I like to focus on the core things a student needs to learn for their assessments.
I am a geography student currently studying my BSc Honours. Techniques include use of powerpoint for lessons and Microsoft word for handouts to be completed after lessons. Will work online but students can email me whenever with any problems they have. Willing to help with test and exam revision too, still have my notes from when I went through them.
Sociology and Anthropology student at Durham University, giving lessons in Geography and Sociology for GCSE and A-levels. I will structure the lessons based on the tutee's struggles in the subject, and focus on past exam papers, to ensure they are confident when it comes to exams. I am a friendly tutor, as well as being patient.
I am a young newly qualified teacher who has had 3 years experience of teaching geography and humanities. I have experience of teaching 10-18 year olds in the U.K. and abroad. I enjoy preparing engaging lessons that are student led, promoting enthusiasm for my subject and wider cross-curricular links.
First Year Applied Social Science Student at York University Studied Sociolgy, Politics and ICT Btec at A-Level achieving B,C and Distinction* Favourite subject is Sociolgy and plan to use this in order to go into Education policy research after I have finished my degree Methodolgy: Essay planning, flashcards and spider diagrams (I can very easily change my methods to fit with your individual...
"Where I'm from we believe all sorts of things that aren't true - we call it history." - There is no need to struggle with understanding history. It's not boring or irrelevant - quite the opposite. History is a fascinating study of human behaviour and it can be highly entertaining.
Lessons are organised based on the individual's own strengths and weaknesses. Exam-based revision is centre to the lesson structure and divided by each topic so to make sure the hour's work is most efficient. The goal is to make sure each hour makes a previous weakness a strength.
Hello there. My name is Tom Draper and i am a recent graduate from Edinburgh University looking to pass on my expertise in the subject. If you are simply looking for a bit of help with a primary school project, to help with high school exams, or maybe some advice and pointers in that undergraduate course that is simply baffling you then I am happy to help.
In individual lessons, I will tailor the lessons to what you would like assistance with. Want to know how to plan and write an excellent essay on the significance of Matthew Perry and the U.S.
My teaching technique involves: - Bringing history to life with concrete, real-world examples - Helping students in Analysis and evaluation of sources - Helping students analyse and evaluate different interpretations of historical events - Analysis of similarity and differences, causes and effects of important events.
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.
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Perfect! Sharif has been just great! First of all he very smart and knowledgeable and he always asks me if I agree with his lesson plan beforehand. He also understood very quickly my weaknesses and strengths- I am much better visually so he will always...
Perfect! Awesome tutor. Helped me prepare for A-level History.
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