While admittedly I have no prior experience of tutoring, I am very passionate about making learning enjoyable and adaptable for my students. I have a large quantity of notes and text books on History, English and Media Studies, varying from intermediate to academic, which I will use during my lessons.
I am from the United States but I have lived in four other countries, where I tutored many different students; refugees, local citizens, expats, businessmen and women, etc. I am very patient and creative with my teaching methods. I enjoy working with high school and university students.
I am a very experienced, warm, approachable and informal teacher that values how important a positive relationship with tutees and family is. My focus is on building self esteem and confidence - the key to progress.
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.
I believe in tailoring methods to the particular student - everyone learns in different ways. For example, this could mean using visual representations of the past to explain and convey things (such as cinema, newspaper cartoons, paintings, etc.). I personally found the most engaging teachers to be those that tried to bring the past 'alive'.
My teaching method is dependent on the needs of the student. I will spend the first hour discussing exactly what it is that the student is wanting from the tutoring: advice and guidance on what to read for commercial awareness, proofreading of job applications, or discussion of current changes in politics, international affairs, or law.
My teaching method revolves around giving the student plenty of practice in writing essays or answering simple questions. I base my lessons around reading and critiquing the students' writing and explaining content to them. I also tend to give students homework for more practice.
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.
The nature of teaching is explaining to someone in a detailed coherent way how to understand the topic in front of them. Showing differing pieces of information which lead up to a larger picture, where the person learning should feel comfortable asking questions and critically analysing the topic, which is how I have always approached it.
I aim to base my classes on a friendly one to one approach.
My method of teaching will always be based on individual students in order to provide the most suitable support. I welcome input from students who may perhaps struggle with certain areas, be it essay writing or knowledge retention. As a recent graduate I will be able to help most students at GCSE and A-level.
I focus on A level students, my methodology of teaching is based around diagram and picture focused way of learning, which allows students to link up what they have learnt and is easier to remember and be able to write down.
I believe Politics and International Relations are both best understood through their mechanics rather than their outcomes so my teaching style would suit someone who is interested in understanding why actions occur and the reasoning behind them.
I believe in every student gaining clarity in fundamental concepts before proceeding to more specific cases. I tailor my classes to student needs and enjoy interactive and enthusiastic students. After going over the syllabus, I will come up with a weekly structure that will involve both discussions as well as written exercises to substantially train students in their chosen study area.
Hello! I work as a tutor in the London area, and am available to teach high school and university students for sessions up to three hours. I am very passionate about my subject and love working with students. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach German, Political Science, Sociology, Philosophy, and Media Studies/Critical Theory from A-Level to University Level.
I offer a bespoke approach to the study of politics and related disciplines. As politics is such a broad and contentious topic I base my tutoring around the needs of each student, rather than adhering to a static syllabus. I have a particular fascination with the emergence of 'new' terrorism and completed my dissertation on this topic.
My method is by using more humorous ways to remember things and with repetition on these they have been proven to make memories last longer.
I approach each topic based by thematic patterns, and emphasize geography and topography of each region that heavily ties into each conflict. I also teach from the Gestalt method--teaching from experience, and emphasizing understanding. I am lenient and fair, and challenge students to think for themselves.
I graduated from Cambridge in June 2018 with a double first class in Human, Social, and Political Sciences. I help students prepare for their admission to Cambridge HSPS, Oxford PPE or any other humanities and social sciences courses. I offer Oxbridge supervision-styled discussion, essay review and correction, mock interviews and personal statement feedback.
My teaching method will include assessment writing advice coordinating a sound essay response. Also offer lecturing on a wide range of topics depending on what is necessary.
My teaching style is very conversational and relaxed, looking at slowly building confidence by explaining, showing examples, with contextual information added for depth of knowledge and giving the basis of the knowledge. Running through examples is a key part of my tutoring before moving on to discuss and query the question in detail.
Hi there! I'm a recently finished A-level student from Nottinghamshire aiming to give assistance to GCSE and A-level students studying history. At A-level, I studied Russian history from 1917-1953, and Tudor history (1485-1603), however, my main passions lie in military history, particularly Ancient, 20th century, the Napoleonic wars, and British military history.
I cover the essential elements of political analysis, political theory and international relations, relating concepts and themes to one another.
As an experienced teacher, supportive mentor and knowledgeable career advisor, I help my students make informed decisions about their exams, university choices and career paths. In doing so, I consider the students' motivations and skills in order to optimise their success.
I taught Hisroria, Merodologia research, sociology and anthropology at the University of Havana, perform doctoral studies in sociology at the University of the Basque Country PhD in International Relations at the University of Valencia, I have Master in Anthropology and complex thought at the University of Chicago, among other academic degrees.
I attach great importance to attention and listen to the students. So I adapted my method and my work to your desires, needs, gaps. And even your character! I have for supporting academic books, but also my own courses, novels or short stories, websites, and synthesis methodology sheets ... And if necessary the annals of patent and bachelor.
I propose the existence of a structured and detailed plan, depending on the student's needs, interests and level of education. It is, therefore, a plan that will be carried out after the first contact with the student and with the methodologies that were transmitted to him. For efficient learning, a careful approach is also necessary, in order to raise the attention of the student.
I really base my classes on the student or students. I believe that the great question to achieve a good result in teaching is to listen to what the taught has to say. I usually approach content in a simple way, while covering all themes.
Luís Simas, 21 Years old. I completed my compulsory education course at the João de Deus Secondary School in Faro, in the Humanities area. In 2016, I decided to go to the Faculty of Law of the University of Lisbon, where I did not complete the 1st year of graduation, but I learned a lot from that experience.
High school-Bachelor-Master-Preparation to SciencesPo and HEC business school. Economics courses : Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, History, Culture Générale, English, French, Geopolitics, International Relations, Philosophy, Geography. Writing assistance.
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