My teaching method is firstly to identify my students strengths and weaknesses, with that crucial information then I use a range of methods such as practise papers, educational videos to teach my students the skills the knowledge which they lacked in the first place.
My teaching methodology is to start with the basics. This is because it allows me to see what the students already know and allows me to develop a deeper understanding on what I need to focus my teaching on.
My main aim is to make history and politics relatable to students. By using popular culture, including Doctor Who and James Bond, for instance, I try to breathe life into the discipline making the learning process memorable and engaging for students. Lessons will encourage students to use the past to make sense of the present.
My teaching method revolves around having a good sense of humour and try to ease the stress of exam season. Less of a focus on memorising information, and more of a focus on being able to apply that information in an exam scenario.
I work with all ages to boost enthusiasm and grades. I focus on making history fun and opening the curtain on what was really going. I have found that usually the difference between people that do well in the subject and those that don't comes down to having had an introduction to the subject that allows them to see the human side of history and how real people fit in.
As a first-year undergraduate, I have recently completed my A-Levels hence I know full well how tough and rigorous the A-Level and GCSE history courses have become throughout the years. They demand that the students think more for themselves and develop their own opinions, making a coherent and sustained argument in their essays.
I am a recent Cambridge history graduate with a passion for tutoring. I am proficient in modern and early modern history; my expertise lies primarily in British history, with the exception of modern American and European history. I can provide first hand advice on how to master exams (GCSE's and A levels), and how to write the 'perfect' essay.
Easy going and simplistic. In a comfortable environment and at a relaxed pace that reduces as much stress as possible, yet able to encourage better results. Interested in history myself, I influence those I'm around to learn and my knowledge of history easily rubs off onto others.
I am a very experienced tutor, with years of experience and training in teaching at one of the world's leading educational institution - the University of Oxford.
My teaching method would include analysing specific poems and texts/novels which on the basis of themes and linguistic terminology etc.
I am an A level student who's achieved A* and A grades at GCSE level as well as an A grade for AS subjects. My teaching methodology involves memory techniques and creating a fun environment to learn in.
My teaching method is small number of groups or individual one of one tuitioning as I believe that smaller numbers allow mass knowledge to be restored at a higher level than larger groups where focus can often lack in understanding and providing full assistance to the students as a tutor
A friendly and enthusiastic undergraduate student from Tanzania currently studying a Bachelor in Psychology at the University of Westminster. I am considered to be an introvert and therefore prefer focusing on one to one sessions.
My name is Robyn Viney, I am a second year History undergrad at KCL with experience educating and aiding younger students. I have experience in museum learning departments and a dedication to thematic revision and essay practice. Overall I feel that my friendly, adaptive but methodological approach could be of great use to any child.
I have a passion for teaching and working with children. I had a very hard time in school struggling with ADD and dyscalculia while trying to maintain good grades, until in my sophomore year I was lucky enough to work with an amazing teacher who changed the way I worked and studied and made school much easier for me.
I believe that I am a relatively nice and understanding person, who is good with the young, (mostly because I am still one of them) I can adjust to individual learning preferences and open conversations and debates about both History and Geography - as both interest me.
Hello! My name is Helen Young. I am currently a graduate teaching assistant at The Heathland School. I believe every one has the ability to reach their potential and I want to be able to help you do that! I have a relatively strict lesson structure I like to follow: *A mini quiz or review to find areas to improve upon or to go over last week's session.
I give lessons to GCSE, College and Undergraduate level students along with helping postgraduate students with their assignments and helping them prepare for exams. In addition, I am able to give career based guidance specifically for those choosing the path of Clinical Psychology.
I love history and this comes through. I engage in a mix of empathetic discussion and practical essay and analysis skills. Ultimate aim - enjoyable lessons, a new found self belief in the subject and improved results.
I am a kind and friendly 20 year old history student, looking to teach from primary level up to A-level. My lessons are fun and interactive and will make my students passionate about learning and working hard to achieve the best results they possibly can.
My teaching methodology is split between book study and visual aid. I base my lessons on topics which students need more support on.
Depending on subject of teaching I chose my methods of it. In history and philosophy I prefer to use a dialogue and method of conversation instead of just remembering dates and historical facts. In all studies i prefer understanding prior to blindly knowledge of facts. When in comet so some sports activities and fitness industry I always chose experience and examples over theory itself.
I base lessons on student strengths and weaknesses. My lessons are informal and engaging. I like students to be practical. I will focus on how to read historical books and documents and how to write history essays.
My approach for each pupil will be guided by their individual needs. Before beginning tutoring I would want to discuss learning and outcome goals, and also look over any feedback received at school, so I know where the pupil's strengths and weaknesses are. I love every subject I am signed up to tutor in, and I think a key 'method' of mine is simply to pass on that enthusiasm.
Before I am able to deliver the appropriate content and tailor my subject to a students needs, I spend a good 15 minutes trying to gauge the students requirements and what they aim to achieve from this tutoring. What they are trying to achieve? - Whether answering exam questions, structuring essays or sourcing reputable resources and literature to answer essays/dissertations.
My teaching method is based on practice practice and practice, this is important for me and I will help you understand the benefits of this. I will demonstrate the importance of this through use of practice papers and extra assignments I will set, I will also mark all work and give as much feedback as I can.
My teaching is rigorous, engaging, fun and encouraging. I focus solely on the pupil and cater to their individual needs. Everyone is different so every approach I take will be uniquely catered to the student. I am your first step to success.
I am Borja Fernandez waiting to get a job as a teacher, I am Qualifyed to teach in secondary levels but I tutored children in the past from the ages of 8 to 17. As history is seen as boring subject I always had the intention of changing that vision and change the subject into something that the children would like.
My name is Christina Coe and I am twenty three years old. I graduated in 2015 with a 2:1 (Hons) degree in History from the University of Reading. I specialised in the Victorian period and the 20th Century. I love teaching all eras of history at all levels! I believe my young age is extremely beneficial as I have a first-hand, recent experience of all the exams myself.
I'm a 19 year old student who has grown up in London, currently doing History at the London School of Economics and Political Science. My method of teaching would be to help the student develop an effective essay writing technique that can work for any topic. I'd also be happy to help with any homework or project in the subject that the student maybe struggling with.
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