I like to break things down into steps to make them manageable and useful rather than spout jargon at you. I have been privileged to learn from some of the best out there and would love to pass on that knowledge.
I approach teaching with a calm manner in order to create a safe learning environment. My method is to take it all one step at a time and focus on one section at a time, this way you can remain calm and we can both know exactly where we are and what our next steps will be.
As a current Masters student with previous experience in both teaching and media industries, I strive to provide extra help to those studying in media fields in a professional, yet approachable manner. This is through creative learning materials, workshops, and industry contacts.
I like to make sense of the world by bringing threads together. There is a history to thought and ideas that is worth knowing so we can see how the pieces fit together. Sometimes it is useful to sue one theory - sometimes another. That's fine. So we will describe the theories - what was said by who.
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 create an inspiring and challenging environment for each student, responding to their individual needs, abilities and interests, and personalise teaching plans accordingly. Dedicated and ambitious, I aim for each student to build confidence and achieve their full potential.
Whether one-on-one or in a group session, my teaching style can be described as student-led (another term for this is the heutogogical approach, however my background is distinctly pedagogical, which in other words is how our main educational institutions are run).
My teaching method empasises on student centred approach to learning and I believe strongly in students participating in the learning process. My method includes but not limited to exploring examples from real life situation in order to explain a concept to students so that they can have a good grasp of my teaching.
I want my classes to be open and friendly, and based on discussion around a particular topic. I am a friendly and personable person, and create an environment where the student can feel relaxed and able to ask anything they want about particular subject.
My teaching method is based upon how the student learns. I will take my time if students are finding the task difficult by remaining calm and positive. I like to give goals for the lesson and achieve them by the end of that time. The goals will be made by both me and the student to what I feel is achievable.
I"m Oindrila sanyal, a historian by aspiration ,wishes to help students (undergraduates,students from primary and secondary schools) to garner interest in learning about the past. I've graduated in 2017 with a major in history and came 1st class 1st in my class. At present I am studying international history at London school of economics .
I am a laid back, calm natured man who will teach anybody..
Goals: 1. Developing students' ability to think critically and analytically on the world and itself, based on the knowledge and understanding of notions fundamental philosophical. 2. Developing student's permanent skills to express the notions clearly and philosophical and general categories, in speech or in writing. 3.
I am a final year French and History of Art student at University College London offering tutoring in French, Art History and English Literature up to A-Level standard. I can also offer help and advice relating to university applications and useful reading material/talking points relating to application particularly for Art and Design based subjects.
My teaching methodology is based primarily on what is referred to as a Socratic method of teaching. Whereby, the student is encouraged to speak about their learning topic. I have found that constantly encouraging and praising students leads to better learning outcomes, primarily because student's self-confidence begins to increase and they are more likely to engage with their subject.
I am willing to teach history at any level. I am passionate and enthusiastic about the subject, which I try to instil in my students. I am very student driven, listening to students about the topics and skills they wish me to cover with them, rather than imposing my own structure.
I like to teach to cater to the individual.
I am an open and incisive tutor allowing you to express your ideas openly and creatively whilst ensuring that you apply and develop them in critically and analytically productive ways.
By combining my passion and knowledge of cinema with my (hopefully!) inspiring interpersonal skills, I will first I aim to encourage a thoughtful conversation to help the student to develop their own thoughts and ideas.
Interested in learning more about European modern history or the history of monarchy but are unable to find reliable ad informative sources? For those who answered yes to that question than these lessons are the perfect solution! As a third year history student studying Modern History I am able to provide quality, reliable and informative lessons in topics ranging from the outbreak of the...
My teaching method is really to listen to what you need to improve on and try to educate and guide you there as well as nurturing the knowledge you already have and elevate that knowledge further. I will base my classes on either areas you ask me to cover or areas I think would really help you particularly towards essays or exams.
My teaching methodology is to break down aspects of media in a fun and engaging way to allow my students to fully understand and grasp the information without feeling as if they are being taught or feel like they are in school.
I know each student is different, and many learn in a variety of ways. I always try to see what works best for the pupil/class, I for example, am a visual learner and prefer to have a dialogue with a student, that comes across genuine and similar to if they spoke to a peer.
I like to highlight the interest of the student first and then draw from their initial interest. That could include introducing an ideal or subject either directly related to their interest or completely removing them from their comfort zone. I believe the biggest obstacle for students when it comes to film history is to relate to the subject matter of the time.
My teaching method is relaxed but thorough. I will not force anything upon any student, however the work I set will be extremely beneficial to the student. I will plan my lessons going through the different sociological points of view (e.g. functionalist, feminist, Marxist), and set example questions after each sub-topic.
I approach each lesson chronologically and engage with those I'm teaching to understand their weaknesses and turn them into strengths. If a student requires, I will go over a particular subject until they feel confident in their knowledge of it.
My teaching method depends entirely on you. If you want to improve rapidly in a singular area such as Religious Studies, then my tutelage shall be concentrated and concisely directed in that area. If you'd prefer advice across several subjects, then my method will be more diverse and generalised -perhaps taking more time but ensuring to cover each subject thoroughly.
I start with the basics (basic film theory and filmmaking practicalities) and then I introduce more advanced lessons within those subjects. I approach it in a step-by-step manner, making sure the student understands thoroughly before I move on to the advanced topics.
I like to teach people who have an understanding of the modern world and who can relate to topics. I like to teach young people, under the age of 30 who would like to understand more or need help. I like to refer to memes or vines, as they are more current, as well as show scenes from movies whilst giving historical context and asking for my student's opinion on a topic.
My teaching method is really about tailoring the learning experience to the needs of the individual student. I believe a well structured and analytical approach to study can be useful to breaking down each aspect of a chosen subject, as well as using what a student is already passionate in to help them engage with the topic.
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