My approach is 'Socratic' - I teach by questioning. And this is not just quoting an ancient philosopher --- it really works! Socrates likened himself to a midwife- a philosophical midwife to help people give birth to their ideas. The assumption behind this is that- you already know and understand, you just need someone to awaken you a little to find the answer in your head.
I am available to give instruction from AS/A-level to undergraduate studies. Beside relevant course material; I can instruct in memorisation techniques, as well as means of coping with anxiety and stress. I prefer a conversational approach, and the use of debate to help students gain more confidence in their knowledge base.
I am not another teacher, I have had recent and more importantly personal experience with GCSE's and so have mastered ways of understanding, explaining and revising the syllabus. I will work together with you, and the exam specification to go through exam questions and techniques for high grades. I'll also teach tricks that i used during my own exam.
It is extremely important for the tutor to adapt to the individual he/she is tutoring. The goal is to provide and help individuals who need help in a specific field. It would be preferable for me if you would let me know beforehand what exact subject you wish to focus on or need help on.
I am happy to teach a wide range of students from those academically inclined, to those struggling. I have successfully tutored a GCSE student from a 2 (in the new 9-1 system) to a 4 in four short months. Technique will depend on level of study and student.
Given the wide age and ability range I teach my teaching methodology is varied, and I very much aim to tailor the method to suit the individuals requirements and learning style. This might range from teaching students how to answer exam questions or how to approach essays, to Kagean or thinking skills more kinesthetic and collaborative learning.
I like to tailor my lessons according to the specific needs of the student. My brother is severely dyslexic, so I grew up with an understanding that different people have different ways of learning, and I like to discover these early on.
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 am currently employed as both university lecturer for teacher training and a secondary school teacher. My role as university lecturer means I am responsible for assessing and training prospective history teachers. For 23 years I was Head of Department for History, Psychology and Classics, and to ensure my teaching remains up to date I still teach Years 7-13.
I encourage students to be critically reflective, searching out knowledge and considering how the information relates to their work and social work approach. I draw upon academic knowledge from multidisciplinary reading. I support students to improve their research and writing skills to increase their confidence and effectiveness.
I try to make learning as interactive and engaging as possible. I hate lessons that consist of the teacher dominating the class. I want students to participate as much as possible. I, therefore, aim to quickly find out what the student needs and how I can tailor my approach to best fit them as an individual. I plan my lessons around a step-by-step ladder approach to make the subject accessible.
I aim to set lessons in response to the needs of the learner, I facilitate person centered learning and encourage the process to be a self empowering experience.I am comfortable with working with school students up to post graduate level.
Looking to provide students with the skills necessary to succeed at Secondary level Geography through the use of real case studies, practical map skills and understanding of statistical and visual analysis. Ensuring the student takes responsibility for their own development and enjoys learning the topics.
Normally classroom based or one-to-one tutorials with a focus on vocational and practical skills and application of the subjects taught. To give students the ability to actually practice working Journalism in the real World and provide them with the skills they need.
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 aim to teach through grasping the strengths of students and working towards enhancing those and improving weaknesses to ensure a comfortable and fulfilling experience, where I want to build the confidence of the student so they feel they can approach any academic task with belief in themselves and with the ability to do brilliantly.
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.
I love being a part of the learning experience for young people as they take on board information and process its often varied meanings. Believing it important to teach using a variety of methods to engage learners and prevent repetition when studying.
My teaching method is highly individualized. I start by assessing the skills the the student has already and comparing them to the skills the student needs to have in order to succeed. I then design lessons that will help them gain those skills. I do a lot of hands on work, such as primary sources and writing skills.
I am an experienced tutor who offers well structured, and thought out, tutoring sessions to lower 6th students upwards My methods of instruction involve mutual respect and understanding, thereby allowing me to tailor my teaching exactly to your needs. The first lesson explores what I can offer you, how you wish to learn and which topics you wish to cover.
Inspire, understand and illuminate. Any kid can learn, any kid can listen but not every teacher can teach. I find it crucial to gain an understanding of the pupil in question, as once you understand them, you can teach them.
I conduct a Needs Assessment Analysis with tutees to try and gauge their learning styles and previous knowledge. I then approach each topic being taught within the subject area using guided discovery strategies, whereby students not only learn to take responsibility for their own learning, but are simultaneously taught how to learn.
David prepares thoroughly for his tutorials and his teaching has been highly commended. He aims to adapt his teaching to fit with the student's learning patterns. David is warm and friendly in his approach, but he is prepared to challenge students when required. He marks homework effectively and promptly.
My teaching method seeks to improve three aspects: Critical Reading Skills, Comprehension, Reasoning and Writing. My listens involve reviewing relevant reading materials (provided by you) or sample texts I provide. We will work on breaking down and analyzing the structure texts. The next aspect will involve writing sample arguments, by learning how to write structured outlines.
I aim to bring out the best in every learner and so I always personalise every lesson to the individual student. I have a direct and honest, yet supportive and friendly approach to teaching. As an qualified and experienced teacher and examiner, I know what is needed to pass assessments.
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 can offer tutoring services up to the undergraduate level. I believe that the dialectical method is the best way to teach someone. While this does require a reasonable amount of independent work from your end, the benefits are great.
In individual lessons, I will tailor the lessons to what you would like assistance with. Want to know how to plan and write an excellent essay on the significance of Matthew Perry and the U.S.
Confidence and understanding are interrelated. I focus on breaking down content into a form that students are able to understand. I address how that understanding can be best communicated; essay writing often being a neglected part of a student's skill set.
To be sure of your tutor's teaching and lesson quality when learning Humanities General. We collect authentic testimonials of former students, reviewed & guaranteed by Superprof.
Perfect! I have already had 4 sessions with Robert, and I am quite satisfied on how things have gone so far. Robert has been quite helpful in providing me beforehand with material from his own lectures at the University, and good text references to prepare...
We have thousands of Humanities General tutors online to help with Humanities General learning.
Find a Humanities General tutor near me to help you or your kids with Humanities General.