The main focus of my teaching can be Face to face learning. Skype is one way of doing this. Online tutorials will be given in time and I am always willing to give tutorials via email. My main expertise is in political philosophy, ethical philosophy, political science, morality and ethics. I can do history of philosophy and can do philosophy of religion, apologetics of religion (Christianity).
I have studied history from GCSE through to Masters level. The key to not just passing, but achieving the highest grades has relatively little to do with your ability to memorise facts, rather your ability to be original and argue with the appropriate evidence. This is easy to accomplish by dragging history away from textbook and making it more personable and enjoyable to your needs.
My teaching methodology is adaptive depending on the subject and the person/people, and whether I'm teaching 1 to 1 or in a group. Sometimes teaching outdoors is more engaging and effective, sometimes in a focused indoor classroom is more appropriate. I can be imaginative and creative to make the subject interesting for students so that they are motivated to continue.
I have a BA (hons) in Biblical Studies and Theology and have recently published a book on the writings of the Early Church Fathers, covering some of the most influential early texts of the first 400 years of the Church.
I have had a very varied teaching career, working with students of all ages ( from primary to adult) abilities and ethnic backgrounds, in both the UK and overseas. I have also worked with students who have Special Educational needs, whether their issues are emotional, physical or both.
I'm an experienced private tutor in the Arts and Humanities from Key Stage 2 to Degree Level based in Exeter, Devon.
In a typical hour session I would begin with a short session on existing knowledge in the subject. The aim is to build on this in order to develop understanding. The second part of a session involves developing an argument through writing, presentation, debate and communication.
I approach my teaching practice by assessing the needs of my students and acting accordingly. I think self-reflection is a key part of teaching and learning and so want my students to guide their education as much as possible. As such, providing feedback for my students to respond to (either verbally or written) is an essential part of my teaching practice.
Having graduated from the University of Warwick with a BA in Politics Hons 2:1, I am due to begin a Graduate Diploma in Law course in London in September. Having worked at summer schools and acted as a supporting matron at a leading boarding school - I want to make the most of my free time by tutoring those who are in need of a little extra academic support.
I am eager to give lessons to students who are about to take their GCSEs, but due to my educational background, I am qualified to teach English and Psychology to A level standard/Degree level. I have an English Literature with Psychology degree and an MSc in Psychology. My tutoring aim is to work with the tutee to find a learning style that suits them best.
During an initial free session I will work out the needs of my tutee, these could be for instance identifying areas where their understanding of topic areas could be increased or improving their skills at answering questions during exams. From there I will create an individually tailored lesson plan to work to the needs of the tutee.
Very friendly and outgoing graduate (University of Exeter) who is passionate about seeing pupils thrive and reaching their academic potential throughout secondary education and in the run-up to University life. I am highly attentive and cater to the personal needs of my tutees.
My name is Robert Dalton and I am a patient, stoic student with a variety of methods tailored to your child's needs as I have gathered experience throughout my time in Secondary. With an excellent insight in the new exam specification and detailed knowledge of the syllabus, I'll be able to hone your child's skills in history and make them excel in such an interesting subject.
My teaching method is giving concise and easy-to-remember tips for approaching each topic with a focus on different historical interpretations by different historians.
I am studying History and Ancient History at the University of Exeter. I hope to provide additional help revolving around what is being learned at school. I believe I would be particularly beneficial in helping with revision techniques at GCSE and A-level.
As a History student at the University of Exeter, I am used to discussing all aspects of the subject. I have specialised in modern history, which is quite popular in the final years of college and highschool. My approach is to combine theoretical concepts and ideas with practical assignments.
I am a Geography undergraduate at Exeter university. I love Geography and can tutor up to an undergraduate level. Having got A* in my Geography GCSE, AS and A-level, i believe I can offer valuable advice and support to achieve top marks and better understandings. I have an abundance of materials that I have accumulated over my time studying Geography that I can use to help.
History and English are my passions, and I'd love to create a fun learning environment for Primary and Secondary school students! Using a clear but interesting structure, I will make sure we cover the basic curriculum, as well as adapting the lessons to suit your own interests.
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