I offer friendly and accessible geography tuition. I like to include discussion into lessons to ensure students are able to explain concepts coherently. This helps build a more detailed understanding if students are able to verbally explain the many areas covered in Geography.
Graduated from Oxford in 2016 with a degree in History, and start an MA in International Studies at SOAS in September 2017. Currently working part-time at London-based NGO. I am approachable, flexible and enthusiastic.
My teaching style is very conversational and relaxed, looking at slowly building confidence by explaining, showing examples, with contextual information added for depth of knowledge and giving the basis of the knowledge. Running through examples is a key part of my tutoring before moving on to discuss and query the question in detail.
Teaching method I have been a tutor since 2007 and have tutored over 100 clients since then. I am an organised, committed, reliable and enthusiastic individual who enjoys working with children and young adults, helping them to develop their understanding and interest in a variety of subjects.
I focus my teaching in developing the skills behind writing strong essay answers and developing the critical thinking necessary to succeed in this subject. All essay subjects require a strong form of structure, and Geography is no exception. Thus, in my lessons I will carefully disassemble essay answers and rebuild them with the student, explaining step by step what makes a great answer.
One of my aims has always been inclusion, and a commitment to ensure that all students feel fully able to participate in the classroom, and school life. I believe in encouraging all abilities, and nurturing confidence.
My teaching method is to firstly assess where the student is struggling, and why that is the case. In addition to this, my method includes attempting to understand the teacher's approach to the subject, in order to avoid any confusion.
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 read and review student's questions/ exam questions that have been set by their teachers or by myself. I correct my student's answers and add useful tips and tricks.
My teaching method is very hands on and practical. I bring a lot of energy and passion for the subjects I teach. From primary basics, through to intellectually stimulating A-level contents. Starting very lesson with what you know, and ending every lesson with what you now know.
I think lessons should be exciting and engaging and work hard to plan learning activities that will not only help students to make academic progress but also foster enthusiasm for learning. I pay close attention to the different learning styles of students and am well practiced in dynamically assessing and responding to their needs and interests.
I believe students should be encouraged to assess their progress and understanding regularly to fully comprehend the level they are working at and how we can work to improve this. I think that students should be confident in their learning and be open when asking for any help and guidance so that they can attain their academic goals and do their personal best.
I will always give 100% to all of my students, and am fully committed to giving them the best learning experience possible. I encourage a relaxed and friendly approach to tutoring and try to make the learning experience more holistic and productive. Most of my students are long-term which I believe is the best way to ensure that the highest grades are achieved and the most is learnt.
I have a student-centered approach to teaching where the student and teacher have an equally active role in the learning process. I like to break down information and come up with fun and easy ways to understand and remember it and tailor my teaching to each individual.
I am a student who always enjoyed conversational lessons so this is what I try to bring to my tutoring at all levels (GCSE, A level and Undergraduate). I want the lessons to be full of asking questions with a loose structure often aided by a powerpoint. I am also willing to teach online.
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 am at the end of my first year at the university of Bristol, studying politics and international relations. I first came to love politics though studying it at AS level alongside with geography. Through this time, I found strategic ways to study the syllabus whilst making the content relevant to current events, of which I shared with my fellow class.
I'm a flexible and patient tutor who loves to learn and is keen to help, with an great interest into general knowledge and analysis of politics - Depending on what you need help on we will study/discuss we will go on a modified syllabus for general studies, or one of the three topics below.
I base my classes on my student's abilities and the exam boards they are working for. I offer explanations and support of each topic in detail, as well as exam style questions, help with note taking and revision techniques to ensure that my student has understood the subject well and is prepared for the final exams.
My teaching methods are tailored towards each individual and their needs. Focusing on the individuals exam board and curriculum is of upmost importance. Making sure that the individual feels prepared for class and for the examination process is a key goal. Help each individual reach their goals on step at a time.
I tend to alter my methods to suit the requirements of each individual, weather they are visual learners or verbal i will tweak my style to greatly enhance Learning.
I strive to keep my lessons very simple and clear. I make sure that the student is in control of the majority lesson structures. Initially, I will speak with the student to know more about the subject, but most importantly, outline the topics they are struggling on.
I am both organised and patient, and would be happy to help your child with any public exams, entrance exams or general schoolwork. Having recently left school, I have fresh experience of what it is like to be in the boots of your child, which allows me to give them insightful advice on their academic work.
My previous students have ranged from age 14-17, meaning I have experience teaching both GCSE and A-level. I have also mentored degree level politics students in adjusting well to university life. My lesson structure tends to feature a brief conversation with the student about the topic, to gain more insight into their existing knowledge and to know what we need to work on.
My teaching method is to listen to the problem at hand and take an approach that is best for the person I am teaching. It works differently for everybody so I do not have a set method. However, I will start off with the small issues and build on these until a wider understanding of the topic is attainable.
The most important thing during my tutorials will be to help the child stay focused and passionate about the subject, by using different methods of learning such as visual aids or interactive videos. I will also keep variety in my lessons and focus on aiding them to answer the questions themselves as opposed to spoon feeding them what is correct.
I can give lessons to school students based on which topics they are struggling with most. For French students I can offer conversational classes and I can help practice for speaking and listening exams. I am able to provide mock tests for those who require it.
I base my tutoring methods and direct classes to best suit my student needs. This involves open conversation with students to guide where they need help and the areas of concern. My methods include practice questions and worked examples. This includes structuring and essay planning to improve essay writing style.
I am a qualified teacher with 18 years experience. I aim to teach students to understand concepts rather than just learn facts. We look at exam techniques, preparing revision materials, homework and any concepts that students maybe struggling with. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I presently teach and tutor: A level biology and geography, GCSE science and geography.
I love to learn. Teaching for me is a way of showing others that learning is essential and fun. I give lessons to under 16's. I make my lessons fun by including games and imaginative diagrams to help the material be absorbed.
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