My teaching approach always puts the student at the centre. I always evaluate where the student is take them through a comprehensive journey to explore and to build on the existing knowledge by way of an instructional process, be it a lecture or open discussion. Further progress is therefore made through analysis and application to specific tasks as may be necessary.
I have been involved in education for over 40 years. My priority is to respond to the needs and requirements of every student so therefore my methodology is bound to vary according to the situation. It also means that often I have to adapt quickly to new situations which often occur after the start of a lesson.
The most important thing for me would be to help my students to become confident in answering difficult questions in a way that is tailored to exam mark schemes, which I believe can best be done by going through as many of these as possible with students.
I base my classes concretely around the individual student by primarily identifying their key areas of interest in either English Literature, Art History, History and/or Politics. I then assess the student's knowledge of the subject area i.e.
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Politics is all around us and is all-encompassing so you will not have an issue with difficulty in learning! Lessons will be interactive, analytical and in depth in order to ensure success!
Hi, I’m Pete, and I’m presently working at Birkdale, travelling to sunny Gainsborough for lots of GCSE poetry and prose ( who can tire of one's anthology of poems? Polite answers only, please), teaching Macbeth, IELTS ( there's always IELTS ), City and Guilds and the Weimar with a student from Sheffield High.
My teaching method is based on the needs of an individual. If a student has a question about something in particular that I am unsure of I will then go away and study the topic so that I can begin the next lesson by answering their question. I understand that everybody learns in different ways and I'm keen to ensure that I cater to that.
I tutor exclusively to GCSE and A-level students (or equivalent qualifications) in a wide range of subjects relating to History or Politics. During these lessons, the primary focus is to prepare my students for the written examinations by helping them understand how to formulate various different answers in line with the top grading criteria.
My aim is to engage students into the learning process, allowing them to understand the importance of what is being taught. Therefore my method of teaching involves a hybrid style of an integrated approach that blends my personality and interests with the students’ needs and curriculum-appropriate methods.
I base my lessons on J. A. Comenius methods - "School as a game" - learning through simple “nature’s way”, that is, learning based on having fun by connecting gained and new knowledge instead of memorizing.
As I am a Master's Ancient History and Archaeology student, I have the independent skills necessary to deliver concise lesson plans that will greatly benefit any potential student in a quick, methodological and effective manner. I am also able to pinpoint exam technique which is a crucial element for success.
I am an attentive and patient teacher using varied methods of instruction, including conversation, presentations, interactive worksheets and games and using different resources (online, literature, media). I believe in a two-way teaching methodology, with a lot of discussion with the student and active dialogue to ensure understanding and enable me to tailor the lesson to the individual.
I recognise that these subjects can be daunting with a lot of content. I can help to summarise subjects and make things interesting to learn.
My teaching style is explaining concept in an accessible way and take it from there by giving real life examples to really help understand what is going on. We would focus on anything you find tricky or want to practice.
Depends what you want or need to know, would be tailored to requirement with a mini project type outcome. Discussion about individuals, movements, reasoning along with world view and other factors that could determine direction.
Am a personable individual, easy to get along with though suitably professional. Look to tailor my classes to each student's specific needs. Guiding principle is that First Class Honours is something that, provided people have the right mindset and support, pretty much everyone is capable of achieving. To the best of my abilities therefore look to guide all those I tutor towards this outcome.
My teaching methods are flexible to the student needs. However, my preferable methodology requires an in-depth analysis of the theoretical framework, breaking down the pros and cons of the theory, and finally, elaborating on the application of the theory on empirically based case studies.
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.
I use a combination of teaching methods so there will always be something that works for everyone. I prefer using powerpoint for passing on key information to learn. I will also use discussion based sessions to ensure full understanding and meeting of the aims so exam technique becomes developed and reinforced gradually.
My teaching methodology centres mainly around past-paper practice, understanding how to achieve the best result possible through a familiarity with the exam. The learning of new topics will be focused around essay titles and directed learning in order to form a consistent style of writing.
I am a friendly and adaptable tutor. My aim is understand the needs of my students, as individuals, and therefore I take reflexive approach to teaching. I have had success with students who have been left behind because of personal problems, and also due to poor teaching (which unfortunately is rife across the schooling and university systems).
My teaching methodology is [most of the time] up to students level of learning. I always ask students suggestions and consider their demands. I usually prefer power point and going through reading sometimes but this may change if student have a better offer..
My approach to teaching History is to introduce the pupil to debate surrounding the relevant subject. I always think that understanding the different approaches towards a particular period in History is vital to writing a good discussion. When teaching my pupil's exam technique, I am to explain how to understand what essay question want the pupil to do.
Through lecturing, seminars and one-to-one tutorials, I deliver bespoke support to students seeking to enhance their knowledge, skills and attitudinal development. Class sizes have ranged between 6-30, depending on subject area, and I have lectured to auditoriums of several hundred. Course delivery have ranged from A-Level to postgraduate.
My teaching approach encourages the student to come up with their own solutions to the academic problems they face. It focusses on developing the student's critical thinking skills and preparing them to excel independently as they progress with their education.
When it comes to teaching methods I believe in a student-centered approach and cooperative learning alongside with a high tech approach to learning, making the subject fun and entertaining , because that's when you learn the most. This is why I'm fond of using game based learning as well where I challenge my students to point out historical inaccuracies in popular media for example.
I base my classes on exactly what the person needs, I am a visual person and utilise visuals to stimulate learning. I am very friendly, understanding and patient so if it takes time to practice something I am to do so.
For history, an in-depth chronology is the best starting point. A timeline of key events allows for clarity of thought. Then it is important to get the basics of what is going on in that period, the historical context and what the historians are saying.
My teaching method is based on helping students to consider underlying causes, and to explore subjects holistically, to promote a deeper understanding. I encourage curiosity and debate as crucial learning tools for a collaborative learning approach, which I view as essential for politics.
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