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.
I believe in customizing the lesson and a lot of out of the box tricks to make it both fun and effective for students to learn Arabic/Hebrew, International Relations, Pharmacy and Biology. Passionate about International Relations and Global Affairs that no mat-ter how hard the subject may seem for you, I'll infect you with my pas-sion and you would enjoy the lesson.
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.
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 flexible approach to teaching depending on the level and subject of interest. I always try to adapt my methodology to my students. Some learn better with creative approaches, such as teaching historical method with varied and 'non-historical' sources, whereas others benefit from careful analysis of historical texts and of the students work.
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.
My priority is always to make sure that students will find something intresting for them in the subject. Then I am always trying to get them to think about the processes rather than simply getting them to remember facts. That way they get tools whoch help them remember the facts more easily.
Dedicated and certified history teacher and journalist, with masters degree and 17 years of work experience in schools and media. Have a passion for education and journalism. Committed to student success, with excellent verbal and communication skills, willing to accept challenges.
• Teaching GCSE History, AS and A2 History and Government & Politics • I am a big believer in visual learning. History and Politics can often become too abstract so I like to visually represent the connections between ideas, events, etc. on a piece of paper or whiteboard to give a much clearer picture.
I can teach students doing their GCSE's or A-Levels. The three most effective ways to revise are by planning questions, focusing on writing style and understanding content. Our lessons will mostly focus on these elements. However, if there are other aspects that you would prefer to focus on then I can aid you with those too.
My teaching approach encourages the student to come up with their own solutions to the academic problems they face. It focusses on developing the student's critical thinking skills and preparing them to excel independently as they progress with their education.
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.
My main teaching method is firstly by helping my students understand how to build arguments, present them clearly and synthethise information efficiently.
I emphasise essay structure and planning above all else as well as coping with time pressures in exam conditions. I then focus on study methods to remember facts to incorporate into essays as well as critically analysing various different arguments.
I'm an undergraduate History and Politics student in London. I am available to give tutoring for History for primary education all the way up to A Level students. I can teach lessons, exam prep, and help write top band mark essays.
I can teach anyone up to degree level geography. My lessons will have a creative approach and are very much tailored to each individual student as no one learning style suits everyone.
As a young adult I understand the importance of pressure and stress when it comes to deadlines but also the importance of self confidence, determination and concentration in all aspects of academic life.
I want to follow the student's syllabus and then have the content I teach directed at that. For most subjects, practice is usually a good idea so I would encourage weekly practices be done and we can go through them during class.
I'm James, a twenty year-old future teacher with a passion for helping young people learn about History and Politics. When tutoring your child, I think its imperative to use a diverse toolkit to engage them and command their attention.
I am a student in international relations at the university of Birmingham, currently in my final year of study with the hope of becoming a teacher after graduation.
Innovative programme development. Job training expertise. Intensively motivational techniques. Role Play theatrical. from Secondary/Middle School to Adult students all have been taught or supervised to a very high standard.
I use active learning in my teaching. I have experience teaching tutorials to undergraduates, in which I explain difficult concepts at length and unpack them with the student through practical application of theory to news items / examples from everyday life. I also use object-learning and visualisation techniques.
I am available to teach politics and international relations to students at undergraduate or postgraduate university level, diploma, GDL, and secondary school (GCSE/A-level). I have worked as a tutor and teacher in several countries. My students get strong results as I tailor bespoke lessons to each individual.
I am a history graduate who would love the opportunity to tutor secondary and university level students.
My specialisation time period is the 19th and 20th century which perfectly fits to the GSCE and A-Levels syllabuses. In bachelors my specialisation was Russia and the Russian revolution. Also, I am focused on Germany and Turkey. I am fluent in Azerbaijani, Turkish, Russian and obviously in English so I can be helpful if multilingual assistance needed.
Positive, outgoing, hard-working tutor who specializes in history, social sciences and humanities. I will help with reading over essays, reviewing assignments and studying for tests; lesson plans can be tailored for each student and made together, to ensure that students are comfortable and excited to participate.
As a first-year undergraduate, I have recently completed my A-Levels hence I know full well how tough and rigorous the A-Level and GCSE history courses have become throughout the years. They demand that the students think more for themselves and develop their own opinions, making a coherent and sustained argument in their essays.
Having taught for France's largest business school, INSEEC, and being a visiting lecturer for the American University, Fordham, I can help you gain a good understanding of geopolitics, EU and UK affairs and how public affairs and public relations work. From theory to practice, you will get the academic and business knowledge you need for your course - and for your career.
I grew up in Cambridge surrounded by people who fired up my interests in the humanities and social sciences. I know how important it is to have a great mentor and someone who genuinely finds the topics interesting. There are many aspects to doing well in the humanities and social sciences. The first and most important task is to find a way to address the topic which is relevant and exciting.
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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...
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