I give lessons in philosophy and ethics to undergraduate level and other humanities to A-level. I am adept at teaching numerate subjects to GCSE. I approach each student individually by first assessing their level of expertise and organically building understanding through informal yet holistic discourse on the relevant topics.
My teaching style has adopted a humanistic approach, which means I think the learner should be at the centre of the learning process. I believe in tailored teaching, to the specific student, and so my teaching style actually varies and adapts, based on the student I'm working with. I think this is the most effective learning environment.
I teach both History and Philosophy & Ethics in very similar ways, where I begin with teaching content, holding discussions and developing on ideas. I then focus on the writing aspect of the subject and working on techniques and structure. However, the core of the lessons will be working on aspects the student struggles with, and therefore every lesson would be catered towards these needs.
My teaching method is simple, find a way to make you understand. This could mean the use of white boards, diagrams, visual aids, etc. The most common method I use would be through verbal communication.
Hi! I am currently a first year student at KCL, studying Religion, Politics and Society. I have previously tutored in Maths, English and Scoiology and have a wide range of experience working with pupils of many different ages, in small groups or on an individual basis. Through this, I have also been told that my approach to teaching makes it enjoyable for my students.
I am a university student, doing a degree in psychology. I give lessons to GCSE, AS and A-level students. I like to make my lessons interactive and interesting by applying it to the real world, instead of it being entirely essay-based. Do you want a boring lesson with lots of essays? If yes, then stop reading.
My teaching methods cater specifically to the student, but I mostly do verbal sessions where I discuss with the student and then do practice exam style questions.
My method of teaching is one to one guidance and continuing practice. I fully immerse the student in what they are studying to make it enjoyable.
I am Fine artist and I have recently graduated from Oxford Brookes. I major in painting and I consider myself very experienced and skilled in theatrical and practical knowledge of art. Moreover, I have also gained a lot of experience of understanding art from visiting museums and galleries form all around the world. I have a huge interest in teaching.
Qualified Teacher of 4 years looking to tutor GCSE students Planned lessons I work by giving a lot of practice and teaching using creative means I believe learning should be fun and enjoyable I like to work around exam structure, writing essays and working closely to individual needs
I tried and make history relatable and interesting to ensure maximum engagement. I work with students to find out how they like to learn (e.g. visual, kinetic, audio), to make sure they have a learning environment which best works for them.
I usually start with a thorough Assessment of what the students already know and identify weaknesses. My focus is mainly on ensuring studends understand the topics and then provide exam skills and strategies which are often not covered until year 11.
My name is Desmond and I am a postgraduate student, reading a Masters in History from Goldsmiths. My undergraduate degree is in History and Politics from the same institution. In my private lessons, after initial meetings, face to face teaching is combined with email assignment packs with associated materials. Quick response for feedback/ any support needed regarding my sessions.
Hi! My name is Thahmina Islam, I love learning therefore I love to teach. I am truly very passionate about the subject of Sociology as I believe it's a topic that gets discussed in every day life. It's something that anyone and everyone can relate to and contemplate about because it's important. I think that students whom know nothing of the topic would find sociological concepts fascinating.
I believe that teaching students requires patience and effort. I would like to approach the subject according to how my student learns best, as everyone learns differently. For example, if they are a visual learner then I shall use tasks related to that.
My teaching method consists of an in depth talk on the specific topic followed by questions from the student and then questions to the student and past papers.
Currently an A level student, I got 11 GCSE’s (A*-C) including maths and english. My teaching method would be based on my notes on the topic, I would also provide handout sheets and questions for the student to complete. I have an easy and an understanding approach to situations. I would make sure that the student fully understands the content of the topic before we move on.
My methodology is to apply knowledge with Exam skills in every lesson to allow familiarity and lots of practice with exam technique. I like to explore topics in an active manner to allow for a deeper learning experience. All work submitted will be marked with meaningful comments that students will be expected to spend time after responding to the comments and improving work.
My approach to tutoring will be to focus on core skills, such as essay structure, writing style, and the critical thinking demanded of humanities students. Within that I will aim to be flexible, always responding to what you most want to get out of a session.
I run my tutoring sessions like a class of just one student. Every lesson has a powerpoint, which is sent to the student/parent at the end of the lesson. Moreover, every lesson has a practice question from a past paper and I focus strongly on exam technique. I have experience with almost every exam board, including OCR, Cambridge IGCSE, AQA and Edexcel.
I am able to offer lessons to students taking history or philosophy at a Primary, Secondary or GCSE Level as I achieved high grades in these subjects, as well as a deep passion and interest in both areas. My teaching style begins with a short chat about the topics you are currently studying, followed by structured reading lists and Q&A's.
I'm an A level student, I give lessons to GCSE level students My teaching methods are simple yet effective; I look to teach in a way which is easy for youth to understand and grasp easily. For example I translate historical information into a way the youth of today speak and use slang for the students to understand.
I am current fully qualified Geography teacher with several years experience of teaching students at both A-Level and GCSE and Key Stage 3 level. I am also an Examiner for the AQA examination board. I have a BA in Geography and Economics from the University of Sheffield, an MA in Social Anthropology and International Development from the University of London and a PGCE with QTS from UCL.
A typical session would include an introduction (contextual knowledge) followed by highlighting key areas of debate and examining primary sources. Students are expected to engage throughout the tutorial. This approach may differ depending on the student's needs. I specialise in twentieth-century history, especially in extreme ideologies, movements and regimes.
I have never been a tutor before, BUT I am fresh from undergrad and I am still in school on a masters program in hopes of achieving a Ph.D. Although I may not be experienced as a tutor, I am very passionate about history in general and can help in a variety of ways to best fit your needs. I am quick to adapt to change.
I will start off with the easy stuff and then as we progress I will teach the more complicated stuff so that my students can learn properly, efficiently and understand well. If they have any difficulty I will have no problem with spending more than one lesson on repeating something.
I have recently completed the International Baccalaureate where I attended Dartford Grammar School. I give lessons to students from Key Stages 1 to 5 who are interested in improving their history skills and/or preparing for examinations. When working with students I ensure a focus on their strengths and areas of improvement.
Lessons structured around the student's specific areas of concern as well as re-covering basics if necessary i.e.
I have studied politics, international relations, history and philosophy. I belive I have a lot of offfer in terms of teaching and guiding students and adults who are pursuing higher education.
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