I believe that the knowledge I have can be adapted to work with all stages of creating amazing traffic that aims to meet all objectives and go beyond the mundane. Through relaxed conversations and a goal-driven approach to making progress, I will help you to learn the difference between passable and successful content.
In the initial meeting, I will make notes of every concern a student has about a subject area. I will then make a ‘plan of action’ for the following sessions with the student, to tackle each concern in as much depth as necessary. These concerns may include struggling to write essays in keeping with the times in an exam.
Years of being a journalist have provided me with a wealth of experience and advice I can offer to students. My lessons are designed to fit around your needs and your areas of weakness. We work together to build your confidence alongside your knowledge and ensure you feel secure in the knowledge you are gaining.
I believe that anyone can learn anything if it's taught in a way that is right for them. My teaching style first aims to learn how YOU learn to discover the best way for your to remember things in a fun and friendly environment.
What I have to offer: - Psychology at degree level, specifically Neuroscience as well as Biology and Chemistry.
As a current Masters student with previous experience in both teaching and media industries, I strive to provide extra help to those studying in media fields in a professional, yet approachable manner. This is through creative learning materials, workshops, and industry contacts.
My teaching method empasises on student centred approach to learning and I believe strongly in students participating in the learning process. My method includes but not limited to exploring examples from real life situation in order to explain a concept to students so that they can have a good grasp of my teaching.
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 am new to tutoring so I have not yet found the most suitable teaching method. My approach is to tailor each lesson to my students and understand what their needs are so that I can help them to the best of my ability.
I want to get to know you! and your passions in media and incorporating that into your work in order to make the work enjoyable.
I provide lessons for students who are studying for both their GCSEs and A Levels. I would also happily provide tutoring for students that are struggling with either History or English at pre- GCSE, high school age. My teaching method relies heavily on variety.
Willing to offer advice to anyone hoping to pursue a career in journalism or communications. Can advise on: University choices, areas of journalism/comms, work ethic, what it takes to make it, working abroad, how to gain experience, contacting editors/journalists, pitching, technical skills, and any other general tips/advice...
I have recently graduated with a 2.1 in History from Lancaster University, a top 10 institution. My lessons are tailored to the specific need of the individual and can cater to different learning styles. I can help with essay structure, researching ability, grammar tests and vocabulary.
First, I would listen what the person wants to achieve and plan the way towards that goal. Techniques and methods vary depending on the goal, but I love structural steps. Will start with the broad picture and time scale to understand the period and why things happened and go into specific details: maps, personalities, sources, social and political lives.
Editor of bimonthly ANTHROPOLOGY TODAY offers advice in publishing short articles in the field of anthropology. With international teaching and research experience at various universities, I also offer teaching and research advice on a broad range of subjects within anthropology. Any work would be tailored to the requirements of the particular students.
Hi! My name is Thahmina Islam, I love learning therefore I love to teach. I am truly very passionate about the subject of Sociology as I believe it's a topic that gets discussed in every day life. It's something that anyone and everyone can relate to and contemplate about because it's important. I think that students whom know nothing of the topic would find sociological concepts fascinating.
Hello, I'm a freelance writer, blogger and journalist. I graduated with a 2.1 in B.A history in 2014, and I am about to start an M.A course in Journalism. During my degree, I gained in-depth knowledge of Nazi Germany, Colonial India, Slavery in Medieval Europe, Witchcraft Accusations, Medieval Heresies, and more general insight into historiography and other historical periods.
Want advice on anything media related? Essay or article to write, script to prepare, audio to create? I am happy to engage in a range of flexible tutoring styles to give advice. The content can include walk throughs as well if needed and I work particularly well with visual learners.
Very friendly and enthusiastic tutor located in a Gravesend, Kent. I can do sessions online or in person depending on distance.
Top 10 UK university sociology tutor, I offer private (individual or group) tutoring in sociology and related topics (criminology, anthropology, culture and media studies). I focus on interactive learning, encouraging you to foster your own critical thinking tools by adequately using sociological concepts and theories.
My teaching methodology is based primarily on what is referred to as a Socratic method of teaching. Whereby, the student is encouraged to speak about their learning topic. I have found that constantly encouraging and praising students leads to better learning outcomes, primarily because student's self-confidence begins to increase and they are more likely to engage with their subject.
I am happy to teach on a one-to-one basis, or to tutor groups of students. For individual students envisaging a longer-term working relationship, I will offer a free initial assessment in order to understand something of their needs and current skills.
I base my classes on a simple approach - content, revision of content, and then a round up of the lesson. I intend my lessons to be to the point and engaging, helping students learn what they need to know before they get bored. I make my lessons relatable to the every day to help students understand them far better.
I aim for each session with students to be casual but worthwhile. By engaging with how the students learn best I will develop a teaching strategy that would cater to their personal abilities and requirements. My friendly and sympathetic approach towards any student that is struggling will make the learning process far more bearable and enjoyable.
I have taught journalism to BA and master's students for several years at Bournemouth University and also at universities in Nepal, after around 15 years as a journalist and editor for various publications, covering crisis and conflict reporting as well as current events, politics and the media.
It's more of what the student is comfortable with. I can have power point presentations made, but on a personal note I would say paper has no substitute. With books, it's a process of 'osmosis' which comes into play. The more you carry a book on you, more will be the chances of you grasping the knowledge within.
Courses tailored to your needs, whether you are looking to break into sports journalism or make your You Tube channel, club website, blog or social posts more engaging and SEO friendly. Full spectrum of topics covered: reporting live events, headlines, news, features, interview techniques, writing text and titles for video, editing, using stats and analysis.
I like to speak to students (and their parents if applicable) beforehand to find out what works best for them and what the ultimate goal is. Lesson plans will be worked around them. I am happy to work with special education needs children.
Online tutoring, proof reading and writing help. I am a qualified NCTJ journalist with a Master's in Sports Journalism, who is also currently writing a children's book and working in the corporate world as a content creator. I also have a background in Archaeology and the sciences. I try to give concise and constructive instructions and suggestions.
My teaching method is to encourage students to share the information they already know first and foremost. Then it opens them up to push more information they may not have known they already have. From here, the further teaching is actually needed and more interesting as well as building self confidence in feeling like they already had it.
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