I believe that each student is a unique human being and tailor make my lessons to suit the individual and his or her needs. I am passionate about Music and have over 30 years experience as a Full Time Director of Music in Independent Schools. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Music GCSE, AS and A level. Post Graduate teaching of Music up to MA and Ph D level.
I am a highly experienced and patient tutor with a proven track record of successfully helping students achieve their aims. Please contact me for a free assessment. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach English Language and Literature at Key Stage 2 and 3 and EFL.
I am an experienced and qualified special needs teacher and assessor of adults and children with SpLD/dyslexia. I teach, administer dyslexia screening and tests for exam access arrangements. I have trained with the National Handwriting Association. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Study skills Assistive technology Dyslexia Dyspraxia SEN Handwriting Literacy - Tell me about your qualifications.
Are you looking for an inspirational, patient and empowering tutor who can assess your specific needs and engage you to address and overcome them? Lessons with me are about overcoming any barriers to learning and breaking them down concisely.
I tutor all primary pupils for all general subjects (English, Maths, Science, Handwriting, religious Studies). My teaching method is to start off by sharing my passion for learning. Making learning seem fascinating and not 'boring'. I want my student’s voice to be heard more than my own. This allows my students to not tune out and lose interest.
Firstly, I approach each topic by asking the student what they struggle with and why. After this, we can work together to decide on the best approach to tackle the issues! My lessons are fun and friendly, and no student is ever too afraid to say they don't understand something. The best way to learn is by enjoying it, so that's what I try to do.
I am the creator of the Magic Link Handwriting Programme. This teaches neat, legible joined-up writing in 30 simple steps Suitable for primary and secondary pupils. (5-18+) (concealed information) Also online: (concealed information) - Which subject(s) do you teach? Handwriting specialist teacher/tutor for primary and secondary school-age children. (Age 5 - 18 years old).
I am a positive, enthusiastic and easy going individual with a passion for teaching and have taught in the EYFS, KS1 and KS2 in a range of inner London schools. I am a qualified play therapist as well registered with PTUK and the tutors association. - Which subject(s) do you teach? English, Maths, Science - Primary school level - EYFS, KS1 and KS2 and help transitioning into secondary school.
Always I am adhere to only one concept which is to understand the students ability level and taking class as per their point of view and creating a love towards the subject. Interest towards learning is a key focus of my teaching methodology. I am very patient and well-organised, and I believe lessons should be designed based on students' different needs and purposes.
My aim is to raise attainment, stretch ability, build self-confidence, encourage independence and resilience, promote study skills and foster aspiration. CURRENT AVAILABILITY : SCHOOL TIME ONLY, MONDAY AND WEDNESDAY.
I have many years of successful experience as a teacher, specialising in teaching reading and writing. I enjoy finding ways to make learning fun and successful for each individual. - Which subject(s) do you teach? My favourite subjects to teach are all literacy related - reading, writing, spelling, and handwriting.
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.
I am able to give lessons and support to children within primary school and KS3 but I can also confidently offer support to students on a childhood / child development degree and offer any support to anyone currently completing PGCE. I can do this through supporting with essays, course work, dissertation writing and can give feedback to progress further.
I aim to make lessons as engaging as possible through the use of interactive games, physical activities, open discussion and ICT. I get very enthusiastic about teaching and I like my lessons to be high-energy too. I encourage my students to be as passionate about the subject as I am.
To be honest, I do not have a teaching method, as this will be my first opportunity to teach, I think I will deal with individuals, the way they work best. This is also a learning opportunity for me, if even the chance, we all have to start from somewhere. I am very patient as a person, a characteristics owned by many years of experience in customer service.
I pride myself in tailoring lessons to the interests of the child to ensure they gain the most out of their sessions. I make learning fun and engaging and ensure the child feels at ease. I prefer to assess children on an individual basis, discussing with them what they would like help with whilst also discussing needs with parents.
I like to engage the children I’m teaching as I believe if they are engaged and are having fun in the lesson, they will learn more. This is not just for the sake of saying it but it is proven through myself and my collegeus when we tutored students at a local centre.
I am happy to provide lessons for one any who asks, hopefully i'll be able to help and pass on some knowledge.
My teaching method is slow, steady learning. This allows both myself and the student to track the progress being made, and allow room for improvement. I have found that this method has allowed the student being taught to clearly see where mistakes are being made and how to remedy them.
My teaching method is dependant on the needs of the student, who I would work closely with 1:1. I will be using various teaching methods I have found successful myself, and I will be able to adapt a variety of techniques to help the student benefit the most from the session.
My name is Dr Noor, i am a General medicine junior doctor. I teach children aged 7-16, but also teach small infants too. I am really passionate about teaching the younger generation. You can be from any academic background at any level. I am very patient, kind and attentive to pupils. I have a interactive and one to one approach to teaching.
I have taught at an A-Level and GCSE level, as well as delivering mock lessons at a degree level. My lesson structures have included an introduction to the topic, providing information on topic, an activity/group discussion and group feedback, class discussion and overall feedback.
My teaching methods are tailored individually according to one's need. My academic interest is teaching grammar. I explain grammar, I teach spelling and handwriting as well as I can tailor my lessons around each individual student according to their needs.
- Classes Tuition is provided in a small group of up to 5 children of different ages and abilities. Although students may be in a group of up to 5 others, each child work individually on their own tailored educational programme. This allows them to develop as independent learners while having individual attention form our tutors.
Each of my students is unique and I tailor my lessons accordingly. Not only do I teach but I ensure that my students become emotionally healthy and positive in themselves. I pay particular attention to performance anxiety and stage fright which no other teacher addresses, to my knowledge.
I approach each topic by asking my student what they feel they are struggling on and what they might feel is best to overcome this. By knowing how my student feels about that topic area, it gives me the ability to use the right resources and techniques to ensure my student is feeling confident about that topic after attempting ways to achieve that area.
I can give lessons and tutor on how to successfully revise and pass upcoming exams. I think academia is very important as good grades can compliment your future but I also maintain a focus on mental health as this can be the main reason for whether you pass.
I understand that each individual learns in a different way and adapt my teaching style where needed. I believe that if an individual isn’t enjoying the lessons, they will not learn the content as efficiently, so I strive to make my lessons as interactive as possible to engage sufficient learning.
My teaching method is firstly getting my students to take a standardized test to see at which level they are initially at. I then commence to build on the students' knowledge and ensure they have a full understanding of the foundations so they are then able to gain further and detailed knowledge within the subject areas.
I study psychology which puts me at an advantage when it comes to studying your child's body language and what way your child prefers to learn. I will be able to provide those resources in order for them to learn, whether that be online clips of fun exercises to engage your child's brain.
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Perfect! Nina has been amazing, within three sessions my son has grown massively in confidence with his writing, Nina even researched what the best pen would be for a left handed person, Nina has a calm and very supportive attitude.