My teaching method is perfect for those who depend on one on one sessions. I like to identify from the student a specific area and then delve into a variety of specifics and details that are relevant to their question. I typically will ask them to answer some questions verbally to see if they understand what I've been talking about.
My teaching methodology is starting with the basic concepts and then taking the concept to a higher level using analogies and examples to showcase the practical application of the concept while simultaneously keeping the space for doubts clearance.
My teaching method is to first discover students' interests as well as their unique learning style, and then prepare and adjust the teaching material in a way that best suits the student's way of learning.
I offer courses that are geared towards high school students and underclassmen in university, focusing on developing analytical and critical thinking skills in regards to studying politics.
I like to take a student-centred approach to learning, which means I believe the tutor and student should be equally as active as each other in lessons.
I have experience teaching English as a foreign language in China, both in one-on-one classes and leading a wider group. My teaching style is more free-form, using a lesson plan as guidance to inform and direct learning.
My previous students have ranged from age 14-17, meaning I have experience teaching both GCSE and A-level. I have also mentored degree level politics students in adjusting well to university life. My lesson structure tends to feature a brief conversation with the student about the topic, to gain more insight into their existing knowledge and to know what we need to work on.
Rather than “teaching” people, I always aim to have candid, critical conversations with students about subject matters they are dealing with, while helping them to explore issues they are personally passionate about and would love to work towards.
I believe in focusing on what the university expects so I will plan sessions based on the module guide and any individual requests the student has. Whilst I offer lessons, we can concentrate on essay work and getting a high grade.
The main component of my teaching style consists incorporating real life context to my lessons. I have seen that this method of teaching allows students to apply what they already know to a topic so the new information is easy digestible. It also works in their favour as they are able to have up to date example to use in exams to corroborate their argument.
My teaching methods are tailored to each and every student. My overall methodology is rooted in aiming to empower students to read and learn more for themselves, whilst making sure that the foundational understanding of the exam / essay requirements, are clearly understood.
I am a student at University College London passionate about History. Some recent modules I am studying are on the Global Economy since the 1700, The History of Economic Thought, Modern America since 1920, and Latin America 1830-1930. I am particularly most keen on modern economic and political history. I am willing to provide lessons in predominantly History and Economics up to A level.
I am excited to teach everyone, from absolute beginners to the master's level. I am supportive and believe in "deep learning"-- finding the connections between ideas that make work meaningful. My style is conversational and personable. You have the potential to learn. We will work together to discover it.
I will try to make all lessons fun and provide as much help as I can to my students. I will also provide students with books that I make myself that explain the syllabus and link the content of the book very closely to the mark scheme.
My teaching method is modelled on the Oxford tutorial system: intensive 1:1 or small group discussion; deepening student understanding through dynamic student-tutor interaction. In other words, by placing the student - rather than teaching theory - at the centre of things. I tutor GCSE and A-Level (or equivalents), and university admissions.
My teaching method is based on an interactive, online and simulated approach. Additional efforts in enhancing major works in English literature and history. The aspects of past and present research works have hence been advanced across board. This process reflects immediate review concepts in systems that support additional research.
I HAVE NEVER BEEN A PROFESSIONAL TUTOR SO WILL NEVER BEHAVE LIKE ONE EVEN IF I BECOME ONE! I BELIEVE IN SELF-READING THE CONCEPTS BEFORE CONVEYING IT TO THE STUDENT. I KNOW HOW TO GET THE MOST OUT OF ONE'S CALIBRE BY BEING POLITE AND FRIENDLY.
I believe in order to teach effectively, you need to be patient, understanding and calm. I have used many different methods to learn and memorise content including songs, anagrams, games and visual displays, as well as memory tests and other methods.
My aim is not only that of helping students achieve their academic goals, but also that of teaching transferrable and enduring study-skills; as a result I tailor each teaching program to the strengths and weaknesses of the single student. Furthermore, I am used to providing a wide variety of teaching aids such as conceptual maps, bibliographies and sample essays/model answers.
My goal is to help students fully understand the material by having them ask questions. I use discussion style lessons to immerse the student in the subject.
My teaching methodology is to help you to learn understand re enact and enjoy learning about all sorts of time periods and how the past affects the present
Teaching method I have been a tutor since 2007 and have tutored over 100 clients since then. I am an organised, committed, reliable and enthusiastic individual who enjoys working with children and young adults, helping them to develop their understanding and interest in a variety of subjects.
I approach every student differently, tailoring my lessons to their individual needs. I always keep lessons fun and engaging, believing that learning is most effective in a creative and relaxed environment. I pride myself on offering honest feedback and support, and suggesting any alternative approaches as required.
I have a very personal and goal oriented approach. I begin by learning what the student's needs and interests are and then tailor my teaching for them accordingly. First hand experiences and visits to museums and galleries are my specialty.
I give lessons up to university level, including support in writing essays and papers. Lessons are focused on a particular topic, beginning with a presentation and ending with an open discussion. Along with teaching philosophy directly, I believe that it is important to foster debate in order to develop critical thinking skills.
I have an extremely open and calming demeanour, and encourage my students to ask as many questions as they feel necessary - no question or misunderstanding is wrong, it is an opportunity for you to improve! My lesson structure generally follows an Oxford tutorial format, in which I will ask a student about what they feel least comfortable with about their work, and have an open-ended discussion...
My teaching method is based on splitting the lessons between understanding the content, and understanding the approach to the content. I think it is important to look at essay technique, to link ideas within and outside the curriculum and to understand the context. My students have gone on to improve in A level and GCSE results, and have often reported enjoying their subjects more.
I believe in engaging closely with individual students, and am happy to adapt my teaching methodology according to their interests and requirements. I hope to be able to help them with comprehension and analysis of texts, and with fluent communication in their writing.
I am a graduate in International Relations and Oil & Gas Management. I give lessons to students at college and at home for all those sitting to first, second and final year exams. Topics within modules are introduced, discussed, participation and exercises encouraged. Mock test questions given as assignments and group participation in answering introduced.
I bring my enthusiasm and practical experience of the subjects to my teaching. I put emphasis on explaining the basics very clearly, and then on things students are assessed on - how to write essays, how to revise, how to approach exam questions.
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