I am a very experienced ex-secondary school teacher of mainly A2 & AS/ IB/ GCSE /KS3 GEOGRAPHY. My second academic subject is Maths but have also taught English - both of these subjects to GCSE Level. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I am a GEOGRAPHY teacher at A2/AS/GCSE/KS3 level. I have also taught Higher and Standard Grade Geography in Scotland.
I am an Oxford University graduate in Experimental Psychology with three years tutoring experience. I received 43 points in the IB with 776 at higher level. I have excellent feedback from previous clients.
I am not another teacher, I have had recent and more importantly personal experience with GCSE's and so have mastered ways of understanding, explaining and revising the syllabus. I will work together with you, and the exam specification to go through exam questions and techniques for high grades. I'll also teach tricks that i used during my own exam.
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 can offer lessons on philosophy and ethics, politics, and international relations up to degree/ masters level. I can give you help with particular areas such as: - Critical thinking - Argument construction & development - Logical fallacies and common mistakes - Essay skills - Exam preparation - Referencing - Literature searches My teaching method is flexible and geared towards your needs.
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.
Given the wide age and ability range I teach my teaching methodology is varied, and I very much aim to tailor the method to suit the individuals requirements and learning style. This might range from teaching students how to answer exam questions or how to approach essays, to Kagean or thinking skills more kinesthetic and collaborative learning.
Relaxed, positive sessions based around the student's needs and ambitions- everything from support with homework and exam preparation to simply sparking an interest in what can be a difficult subject. Online lessons are a great way to discuss current topics and engage in complicated ideas.
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 method is completely dependent on the ability of the student. I will approach each topic with a different approach and gauge how the student responds. My priority will be to make each lesson student led and also to make the sessions enjoyable as I believe that it will make the knowledge gained more memorable and encourage the development of understanding each concept.
I believe it is very important to tutor each student as an individual according to their ability and goals.
I ensure that units and lessons are well-planned and that they have clear aims and objectives. This enables pupil's to track their progress in relation to where they are and where they should be. I also like to ensure that the style of my lesson and level of work is pitched appropriately to the pupil's individual needs.
For me, learning and thriving in an academic setting is all about confidence and the ability to express knowledge. My approach to tutoring is focused on preventing a lesson becoming a lecture, using different types of learning techniques to help my students thrive. Assessing what kind of learner my students are helps me tailor lesson plans and meet our targets and goals together.
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.
I provide online tutoring to impart advice on content and technique to help you better understand and like your subject. The tutoring sessions can be totally tailored to your needs; you just tell me what you want to get out of the lessons, and I'll help.
I love working with all sorts of people to help them realise their dream and full potential. Come and have a chat and lets see if we can put together a plan today. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach a multitude of different subjects including portfolio learning. - Tell me about your qualifications. I have a Masters, a BA Hons degree.
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.
I am able to offer lessons to any level of student, whether that is for GCSEs, A-levels, or degree-level.
I use many case studies and examples to teach key concepts covering many disciplines such as geography, geology, and archaeology. I also like to use visual aids to help students learn and develop. I provide a lesson plan for each lesson tailored to the students' requirements.
English and Geography were my favourite lessons in school because the teachers method of teaching suited my style of learning. Therefore, I would tailor lessons according to the individual learning style of the student (e.g. visual, auditory etc.) and plan them according to the goals of the student.
I offer tutoring for every GCSE subject, all humanity A Levels (English, History, Geography, French), and help with personal statements and mock Oxbridge interviews in any subject. Having just completed Uni, I feel I am very down to earth and understanding of the student's issues. I am a friendly and outgoing individual who knows all too well the stress that exams can cause.
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.
My method is based on individual needs and requests, and I am willing to make the lesson topic specific or more focused on exam techniques. I completely understand that with certain topics you simply need for the information to be conveyed in a different way in order to wrap your head around it.
Looking to provide students with the skills necessary to succeed at Secondary level Geography through the use of real case studies, practical map skills and understanding of statistical and visual analysis. Ensuring the student takes responsibility for their own development and enjoys learning the topics.
I teach knowledge of philosophy and its tools of analytic thinking. I get my students to read an extract/paper and express the argument. In doing so I correct and thus train their level of structured argumentation, precision, and clarity of thought.
My teaching method, when teaching my brother GCSE Maths and Geography, is to break everything down completely and assume no prior knowledge. My brother suffers from dyslexia and dyspraxia, this means that we have to trial and errors to find a teaching method that suits him, therefore I am extremely patient and willing to try all options of teaching.
I give lessons up to A Level, aiding in exam technique as well as content-based lessons. I plan lessons based on what my tutee's come to me with, i.e. I plan each lesson so that we have an outcome to achieve by the end of it, and so that there is a sense of accomplishment. I use a range of media to present my lessons, through video, textbook work, activities and exam questions.
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.
I am currently working in research and development for the Asphalt Industry. I will give lessons to those who are currently preparing for KS3 and GCSE Geography or related subjects. I have several years learning Geography up to Degree level. I can teach on a one to one basis or a small group (no more than 3).
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.
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