I am a former primary school Headteacher and OFSTED Inspector. I work with primary aged pupils that are borderline 11+ candidates. I also help SEN and older students who require additional support. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Maths, English, 11+ and amazing techniques for improving your child's brain power and memory skills.
I offer friendly, informal tuition. I specialise in GCSE and A-level examination and coursework units: Nazi Germany, Conflict and Tension between East and West, 1945-1972, Britain, Health and the People (Medicine Through Time), Norman England, The American West, The Wars of the Roses, Civil Rights in the USA 1865-1969. However, I can also accommodate students at key stage 3.
I am a great believer in tailoring my teaching methods to my specific students. As Einstein once said, "If you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life thinking its stupid." I am currently working mainly at KS3 level in a variety of core subjects, however I myself have studied up to degree level and will be starting my PGCE in September 2017.
My pursuit of historical education at degree level has shown my commitment to the topic and my result of a 2:1 reflects the hard work I have put in. My approach to lessons is similar to seminars where learning is encouraged through discussion and critical analysis that aids in overall knowledge retention.
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.
Exceptionally patient and understanding, able to approach topics and ideas from different directions and different angles. Through multiple roles both within university and externally working with teams and individually, i have fermented excellent communication skills and social abilities and would tailor each tutoring session to the student in question.
Previous experience in tutoring GCSE Level German has shown me the importance of tailoring teaching methods to the individual student and the way in which they learn best. Methods can be adapted session to session and depending on the content in consultation with each student to determine the most effective methods.
Having studied the different learning methods, (kinaesthetic, visual, aural and verbal) I appreciate the unique nature of learning and allow for each individual. Calm and encouraging, i will create quizzes, essay titles and discussion topics within my teaching. I teach GCSE and A level standard.
I give my lessons to A level students. I am clear,concise and reassuring in my approach to teaching. My methods are tailored to individual students learning styles whether this may be creating mind maps, answering exam questions or formulating cue cards.
I base my lessons on what the student wants to study from their syllabus, and will later focus on the topics they need most help with. We will aim to go through your syllabus for your exams, and make sure that you are fully prepared for any exams or coursework you have.
Hello My name is Shania and I am a first year history Student at the University of Birmingham. History has always been my passion and thus have excelled in it having received A grades for GCSE, AS level and A level history. the classes I will be providing will help and assist you in your studies and make exam revision easier and less stressful.
I make sure that learning takes place in a relaxed, friendly but studious situation, tailored exactly to what the pupil requires. I base my classes on the prescribed content and exam technique but also try to encourage a genuine interest in the topic.
I have a very open and creative teaching style as I feel like no question is a stupid one and there are always better ways to remember key facts and figures which I have applied successfully during my own degree over the last 3 years.
I am a Sixth Form student currently studying A levels in Mathematics, Theology, History and having also completed an Extended Project Qualification in the study of Law. I like to involve my students in activities that best suit their ideal learning methods. I try to appeal to their hobbies and creativity in order for them to become fully immersed in the content.
My teaching method is calm and casual, I don't seek to add any extra stress to a student. I aim to help a student identify weak areas so we can address them together as these areas tend to be ignored when it comes to revision.
As a Geography student I have taken modules from numerous disciplines, meaning I can teach Social Sciences, History, Sociology and Economics from GCSE to a degree level. As a tutor I believe I am patient, and approachable. I try to vary my tutoring techniques to suit visual, aural and verbal learners.
I am a friendly, motivating teacher educated from a top 10 university. I provide resources and guides to assist students in their learning and am confident that all students make progress within my lessons.
I prefer the methods of Plato who engaged his Students in Discussion and shared experiences. I have also given lectures. On-line Study is useful when Students are from further afield. Sometimes it is beneficial to involve the teacher and the pupils in experiential scenarios.
For history, I would structure the essay regarding the essay plan, branch out and mind map with the student and then hone in on the analysis of the points selected. This will be a fun way to explore the historical debate and aim to make the points relevant to the question.
My name is Shae and I am a first year BSc Psychology student at the University of Birmingham! I have tutored Psychology at GCSE level as well as some AS tutoring at my secondary school. As I have now completed my A- Levels, I am able to tutor A2 content. I will aid your understanding of the main body of the course, including key perspectives, debates, studies and theories.
I study Archaeology at University with modules in Ancient History. Previously studied modern history at GCSE, early modern history and classical civilisations at A Level. Focusing on practical study skills for effective learning and revision along with essay structure and writing skills.
My teaching method is one that is inclusive, in that it is student centred. Hence, students are made to effectively participate in their own learning, this will aid and abet your critical thinking skills. I give lessons to students from age 12 up to 20 and beyond.
I will primarily base my teaching on the relevant topics and issues the student would like help with. Although I have greater familiarity with the IB specification and structure than A-Level, I should have no problem assisting with essay structure, exam technique and historical knowledge. My knowledge of History topics is fairly broad but will be dependent on what period the student is studying.
I am adapting my method to the student age, studies, method of learning and real needs. I want the students to enjoy what they are doing and have a full understanding of each topic. It is crucial for me to let people enjoy the class, it is the best way to learn.
I am currently in my final year of study Psychology at university. I have A-Levels in Psychology, Religious Studies, and History. I plan to make my lesson structures very fun and creative, they will be specially suited to the student and the students preferred way of learning.
I teach history, English, science, religious studies, health and social care and maths My method of teaching is very simple and unique from others and I don't stop until you understand everything and my point is made clear to you
I give lessons to GCSE History students who want to improve their grades.
I am currently a student doing her GCSE's and would love to help other students do well in their GCSE History exams. I have found learning acronyms helps you remember basic facts and statistics, which can then be expanded on. I am very patient with other people and have found teaching other students has helped me improve and would like to share the improvement along to other students.
I'm approachable, so will be willing to assist with any questions. There's no such thing as a stupid question. Will give lessons to GCSE, A-Level and Undergraduate students, as well as Postgraduate students on the LPC. Lessons will be at your own pace, to make sure student understands everything.
I tend to teach by asking the students what they think and trying to go from what they know. I think it is important to try to elicit as much as possible from the student, rather than just tell them the answer. I tend to use film and card sorting activities with my students to make the lesson more memorable and/or more student-focused.
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