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 have a calm an measured approach which works particularly well with underachieving students. Tutorial sessions are tailored to the individual student's needs. I have tutored GCSE, A Level and Undergraduate students since 2011. Contact me today to discuss your tuition requirements. I have been a tutor since 2011, during which time, I have enabled over fifty students to reach their full potential.
My aim is not only that of helping students achieve their academic goals, but also that of teaching transferrable and enduring study-skills; as a result I tailor each teaching program to the strengths and weaknesses of the single student. Furthermore, I am used to providing a wide variety of teaching aids such as conceptual maps, bibliographies and sample essays/model answers.
My teaching methodology is very much dependent on each and every students needs. I am very versatile and can adapt to all scenarios. I understand that we are all different in our learning and in our first session we will figure out what our best approach will be.
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.
I have tutored boys for GCSE and A-Level (predominantly A-Level); but boys in the year before GCSE have used me as a reference for their Trials and exams. I look to teach by reducing material down, first, and then using each bullet point, as it were, to help expand the point.
I am a 2nd Year IB Philosophy and History student who can spent my free time teaching what i do best, studying Humanities subject which i both mastered and have studied in the past under capable tutors.
My teaching method is based on the specific works of contemporary thinkers. For instance, one lesson will be on Voltaire's Candide, while another will look at Mandeville's Fable of the Bees. The lessons will use these texts as a jumping off point to discuss the wider social, economic, political and cultural movements of the period.
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 a lecturer in Philosophy currently on my PhD at Lancaster University. From my wealth of experience as a lecturer for more than four years, am sure my student will have the best story to tell in their chosen career.
As I am a Master's Ancient History and Archaeology student, I have the independent skills necessary to deliver concise lesson plans that will greatly benefit any potential student in a quick, methodological and effective manner. I am also able to pinpoint exam technique which is a crucial element for success.
My teaching method is to have my student think about certain scenarios that or which involve the ethics and reasoning behind individual or group actions: these can be done by looking at pictures, videos or concocting scenarios that would question the moral self.
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.
I am able to teach students up to a degree level, and would structure my lessons personally around the student themselves. With each new student, I will be sure to first ask what you hope to achieve and learn from the tutoring sessions and what topics you would like to prioritise.
I have a PhD from the University of Oxford in cognitive neuroscience and previously studied philosophy at Sorbonne and École Normale in Paris. I believe all adults can make their life richer through culture and deeper thinking.
I`m passionate about learning and knowledge, as well as about the diverse ways to learn and the different directions a subject can be approached from. I believe my suitability for tutoring is much enriched by this, and by my realisation that everything is fun and interesting.
I am a flexible teacher. I use lectures and seminars, as well as group work-shops, to explore issues. I have a methodological approach, and I build each session on the personal development of my students.
I will structure lessons according to a students' area of interest and desired number of sessions. I will provide PowerPoint slides of pre-prepared images and lists of key texts. My aim is to develop a student's understanding through comparative exercises and would like them to gain an awareness of theoretical and philosophical issues.
I am a down to earth, knowledgeable, articulate person that has devoted massive time to the subjects I am qualified in both inside and outside of the academic world.
I have recently graduated with a 2.1 in History from Lancaster University, a top 10 institution. My lessons are tailored to the specific need of the individual and can cater to different learning styles. I can help with essay structure, researching ability, grammar tests and vocabulary.
I am a history and theology graduate from the University of Chichester. I am able to teach a range of students from secondary schools to undergraduate. I can help with study skills, research and essay writing. For undergraduates I can assist with bibliography writing and referencing. I can proof read essays and dissertations.
Am a personable individual, easy to get along with though suitably professional. Look to tailor my classes to each student's specific needs. Guiding principle is that First Class Honours is something that, provided people have the right mindset and support, pretty much everyone is capable of achieving. To the best of my abilities therefore look to guide all those I tutor towards this outcome.
My teaching method vary from student to student, there is a need that the student be comfortable and feels can express the difficulties in best way he or she can to get help. I am open and flexible to the students requirement.
My teaching method is reading books and articles closely and discussing afterwards to help students strengthen there ability in learning philosophy and developing their own ideas in an extensive base of knowledge. Same as helping students with their Chinese.
I am friendly and approachable and will tailor my sessions to my student's exact needs, encouraging them to ask questions and develop their ideas and arguments, whilst setting up skills for tests/exams and also broadening their academic understanding.
I approach teaching differently according to the needs of each student. By basing my teaching loosely on the school curriculum, my tutoring works well alongside school lessons. I split up subjects into different topics, and build up each topic before creating a topic review and exploring how topic link up with each other.
I strive to keep my lessons very simple and clear. I make sure that the student is in control of the majority lesson structures. Initially, I will speak with the student to know more about the subject, but most importantly, outline the topics they are struggling on.
My skillset is best teaching GCSE and A Level students, political history is my strong point. I approach a topic thematically, happily taking suggestions from what my students and will as a student to produce notes to help them when I am not around.
Within Philosophy, I specialise in Aesthetics, Philosophical Logic, Philosophy of Language, Ethics and Political Philosophy. This has given me a good grounding in tutoring any of the humanities, English Literature and Aesthetic subjects. I am also adept at teaching mathematics and the sciences to a GCSE level.
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.
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