I have recently completed a 3 month cover period as a History Lecturer at a 6th form college. I had excellent feedback from the students and from my work colleagues. I personalised the lessons as much as possible as I regonise that each person has unique traits and preferences for learning.
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.
My teaching method is starting with the basics and slowly building up a knowledge base so the student can fully understand the subject. I do this through an interactive style, rather than just talking at the student as I want to engage them. I also set weekly essays to assess the progress made during that week on the material we have covered. I have tutored friends at university and college.
I teach anyone up to and including A-Levels and I tailor my lessons to the student. I like being able to set concrete goals and having a set structure the student knows they can work around to reach their potential. I also know how best to motivate students to organise revision efficiently to achieve objectives.
Understand the objectives of the student or discussant and work within the student's parameters whether that is to pass an examination or provide a stimulating opportunity for a discussant to explore the topic.
I enjoy tutoring and dealing with written work and planning. I recommend books and approaches and try to be as supportive as possible. What else would you expect from 40 years of teaching and 38 of those tutoring groups and, above all, one to one. I have a range of levels and subjects built up in an expert way over all this time.
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 based on building a personal relationship with the student and creating personalised classes that are tailored to their strengths and weaknesses.
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.
Thank you for visiting my profile. I am a passionate and enthusiastic tutor with a PhD in history. I also hold a Masters Degree in History as well as a BA (Hons) in History and Politics. Major confession - I love History! I also love teaching it and so my aim is to provide help and support to students that not only aids their development but is also fun and informative.
I am a Master’s degree graduate in International Relations who is an honest, innovative and highly determined individual. Able to learn and apply new concepts whilst constantly seeking to improve knowledge and skills. Have previous experience in business, administrative, charity, retail and voluntary sectors. Am bilingual in English and Bengali.
As History is generally an essay based subject I approach it by breaking down areas into factors that are more easily discussed. This also then helps with the structuring of any essay as you are able to decide how to approach your paragraphs. I like to use straightforward methods in order to make History as fun and easy to understand as possible.
In teaching students preparing for GCSEs and A Levels, I have found that the key is to first illuminate difficult and abstract material into relatable concepts. Once the concepts are fully grasped, applying them becomes enjoyable and easier to digest. Learning in the context of the examination is also important to achieve high grades.
I base my classes on academic writing and researching techniques, at both undergraduate and post graduate (masters) level. In my lessons the first and foremost element to discuss is that of your expectations from my tutoring. Be that basic proofreading, learning writing techniques, or identifying where you are losing marks in your essays currently.
I base my lessons on J. A. Comenius methods - "School as a game" - learning through simple “nature’s way”, that is, learning based on having fun by connecting gained and new knowledge instead of memorizing.
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.
My teaching method is perfect for those who depend on one on one sessions. I like to identify from the student a specific area and then delve into a variety of specifics and details that are relevant to their question. I typically will ask them to answer some questions verbally to see if they understand what I've been talking about.
My teaching method will be largely student based. Whilst dictating information to the student(s) will be a part of the learning process, I would like the student(s) to become actively involved in lessons by asking questions, offering opinions and explaining why the hold said opinion.
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.
My teaching methods are rooted in the needs of my students. I want students to come away from our sessions having learnt something. However, I want them to have fun doing it. This means that my approach is made up of reviewing the syllabus, informal chats, activities and digital teaching resources.
My teaching methodology is extremely straightforward. The most important thing I think a tutor can do is to be totally flexible to the needs of the pupil.
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.
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.
I will go over the principles and key ideas in a topic area and then set an activity, during which questions can be asked, once the activity is complete I will ask the student to teach it to me as I believe this reinforces the learning.
My tutoring focuses around helping my students identify their own strengths and weaknesses, and helping them identify how what they can do about this. I can provide you with support with your core subject knowledge, or with exam and coursework support.
I am an experienced tutor and teaching assistant who gives lessons to GCSE and A Level students. My lessons are relaxed and friendly and I specialise in essay technique, have a wealth of revision resources and know what examiners look for.
I am an experienced academic researcher with over 10 years experience. Previously worked at the Universities of Cambridge and Warwick. My approach tends to be conversational but willing to meet specific needs of individuals. I am calm, outgoing and easy to get on with.
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.
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