I am an MA graduate offering history, archaeology and anthropology lessons. I have a background in ceramic analysis, varied excavation experience throughout the Mediterranean, and extensive experience in field documentation and finds processing. Currently, I have 2 ongoing roles on international excavation projects.
With degrees in history, specializing in military and American history as well as Conflict Archaeology & Heritage, I have extensive experience in the academic world. I have tutored people of various ages and pursuing different types of degrees. The way in which I tutor is entirely dependent on the person I am tutoring. After all, everyone learns differently.
I'm an enthusiastic and motivated University of Cambridge graduate, originally from Leeds and living in Glasgow. I'm available to teach a range of subjects on a face-to-face basis to students around the Glasgow area. I also offer online tuition for students in any location, in addition to research, writing, editing and proofreading services for academic papers and projects.
Hello! My name is Blythe, I am an American PhD student studying at the University of Glasgow. I did my BA in the US in general history with a minor in education, which gives me both teaching experience and a broad background as I have done basic maths, science, psychology, sociology, and English lit.
My teaching method is highly individualized. I start by assessing the skills the the student has already and comparing them to the skills the student needs to have in order to succeed. I then design lessons that will help them gain those skills. I do a lot of hands on work, such as primary sources and writing skills.
I am an experienced tutor who offers well structured, and thought out, tutoring sessions to lower 6th students upwards My methods of instruction involve mutual respect and understanding, thereby allowing me to tailor my teaching exactly to your needs. The first lesson explores what I can offer you, how you wish to learn and which topics you wish to cover.
I will be able to give lessons to both pupils in Primary and Secondary education up to GCSE level. I believe practice makes perfect so once the basic skills are in mind we will start applying these methods into skills that will be useful for tests and exams.
First, I would listen what the person wants to achieve and plan the way towards that goal. Techniques and methods vary depending on the goal, but I love structural steps. Will start with the broad picture and time scale to understand the period and why things happened and go into specific details: maps, personalities, sources, social and political lives.
I have had a relatively long history with the subject of history; studying history from Standard Grade, Higher, Advance Higher, BA (Hons) and MA level. I am currently working towards a teaching career. My teaching methodology is simple: adaptable depending on the pupil. Having taught before, I understand that each individual has a different method of retaining knowledge.
Ideally, I would prefer to give lessons at the IB level down through GCSEs and the secondary school level. I always start with getting to know the student as understanding how the student learns the best is vital so that they're getting the most out of their time with me.
Having studied history from Intermediate 2, Higher to Advanced Higher and attained A Band 1's in all, and now studying it at the University of Glasgow, I pride myself on having great exam preparation and technique.
I have experience of teaching college and university students (including post graduate students). I take a student-centred approach to teaching and lessons are designed to suit the needs of individual students. Lessons can be structured around formal tuition; essay writing techniques and proof reading coursework prior to submission (this can range from essays to academic dissertations).
My teaching method is first to listen to what the student needs to do e.g what their task is or what their essay is.
Calm and patient teaching for all abilities. I am willing to help with general academic work as well as focusing specifically on History and English. Set problems and questions that are student-tailored, and engage and listen to students queries. Focus on exam techniques and formatting knowledge to answer exam style questions.
I am offering to tutor national 5 history in Glasgow. History really interests me and I recently got an A in the final Nat 5 exam. I am very punctual,organised and I love helping people.
My first approach when teaching a new student is to get to know the student and their needs. I will the work on creating a programme of lessons that the student agrees to. I am clear that I am an educator, not an entertainer. I emphasise rigour and the right balance of accuracy and fluency.
I approach each topic depending on what kind of learner the student is. I would give lessons to HNC students and high school level students for National 4/5 and Highers. My lesson structure would have a key lesson overall, then an introduction, small break and a main body of lesson to round off the time.
I offer a creative, unique, and fun chance for students to learn the fantastic studies history and politics! I am happy to teach any level from primary all the way to HND/second year of university. My main teaching methods would be 1-2-1 lessons, all of which will be unique to each needs of each student.
Hi, my name is Alexandra Bullard. I am 19 years old and I have just successfully finished my first year at the University of Glasgow, Scotland, studying for an MA in History. Since leaving school, I have developed a passion for tutoring and I am keen to build on this experience further with my teaching lessons.
In my History and Politics: 1) Lessons are largely based in back and forth activities centered around specific questions on sources, events, ideas, & theories in my subjects. 2) Dialectic structures alongside note taking, from both me and the student (whom I give copies of my own notes to) are what I find most useful.
Hi! I'm Anna. I have a first in History and Theology from Glasgow University, I received 3 academic awards during my undergrad and I am currently undertaking a research masters in the theology department of the same uni. The most important thing for me is helping my students form effective study techniques that work for them.
I have three years experience teaching on the university level and add to that experience every year. I help students with their writing skills along with teaching literature and history. I believe studying should be fun, which is why I strive to make every lesson interesting and enjoyable.
What makes me a good tutor is that I focus on teaching critical thinking, study and essay writing skills. I do this by ensuring that my students gain a solid foundation and ample of exam practice. I focus my classes on nuanced material to give my students the opportunity to shape and express their own opinions.
Tuition of 20th century History and Current affairs to pre-university student, preparation for finals. The lessons are based on main topics of the 20th century: WWI, peace treaties, rise of the totalitarian regimes, WWII, Cold War, shaping of the neoliberal world, War on Drugs, War on Terror. I believe history needs to be told as a tale in the first place to ensure understanding.
It is impossible to learn the whole of history's curriculum; however, there are specific ways to apply the knowledge and formulate sound historical arguments. I provide tutoring to improve an individual's exam confidence and technique, so that they can feel proficient when entering in to an exam.
My method consists in stimulating the student through the critical thinking. The philosophical method makes possible to approach any topic within Humanities and beyond with a renewed interest. Questioning everything is the key to the more complete understanding. The focus is always on the student's needs and the lessons are every time differently tailored on these necessities.
From previous experience, I like to adapt my teaching methods to fit the learning and personality type of my student, whether they learn better with pictures or sounds etc. My lessons usually consist of a quick recap of the previous lesson to then continue to new subject matter when I know that the student fully understands the previous material.
I approach the subject by focussing on what is sought by the examiner or question marker - and showing how to give the best, most concise possible answer. Rather than just piling on historical information, I attempt to show how best to use what the student knows to formulate a coherent answer to the question.
I recently graduated with a First in History from the University of Glasgow and I am looking to help out any secondary school history students. I tend to structure my lessons based on the student in question, finding out where I can provide assistance and how.
I love a custom approach to teaching - finding each student's passions, dislikes, difficulties, and aspirations; to help them 'get' the subject we are working on. I feel like finding each individual's point of interest is the perfect way to get great results; and enjoying our sessions is an important part of that.
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