I love to interact with my students academically thus ensuring that each and every student gets my undivided attention. My technique ensure that none of my students is left behind in terms of grasping the concept at hand. .I also love giving a Continuous Assessment Test after the end of every topic to gauge the level of understanding in that particular field. .
I am a relatively new tutor, I speak both Italian and Spanish.
I like to tailor my lessons to the pupil's individual needs and interest. I am a strong advocate for encouraging critical thinking in pupils as I believe this allows them to formulate and substantiate their own opinions.
My teaching methodology would be bespoke to the students requirement which I would assess after an initial consultation and whilst I have not practised as a dedicated tutor before I have extensive experience in delivering training to doctors and nurses in the medico legal sector
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I have a double masters in law covering fields of general law such as civil, criminal, torts, land and also specialize in given lessons on international maritime law and oil and gas law to A level, undergraduate and masters students.
I teach mostly by way of seminars. Considering we all have been through boring lectures I like my classes to be more interactive. I can send powerpoint slides in advance and revise the topic with the students. My teaching method will be tailored to each student based on his/her needs.
I am happy to talk through the ideas/concepts of an area of law and talk through (or even read through) practice questions and answers. If it is an area that I have already studied then I can provide you with my notes .
My teaching method caters for for A-level to Undergraduate Students I like to understand what your areas of focus are and work towards tackling the challenges you face in those specific areas. I prefer interactive and engaging sessions in order for the recipient to gain the most amount of information.
Currently training to do the BPTC as well as working as a lawyer in various disciplines such as family, disability and employment law, I have a Masters in International Human Rights and International Criminal Law, alongside my LLB Law from the OU and a Business & Finance Degree from MMU.
I believe that no question is silly, if you don't ask you don't learn. I aim to break down complex topics in to small manageable ones that are understandable to my students and are also interesting and engaging to learn about.
Teaching method is through engagement with the student online and question and answer format of addressing the legal issues in a clear and simplified way.
My teaching method is via presentations and my sessions are very interactive with opportunities for questions, comments and fun. I teach mostly online and I make sure students understand the lesson. I also provide study materials and mock examination to test understanding of the topic.
my teaching method is basically online. I interact and provide quality examples to help understand better.
My teaching methodology is individual based, I assess the individual on what there strengths and weaknesses are and build a plan upon that to enable them to improve and grow. I train degree and LPC level students and am happy to tutor A-level students as well.
- 100% non-plagiarised work. - Desired standard of paper according to your requirement. - To meet the deadline. - Complete ownership on the paper once received. - Extreme Confidentiality of your personal information. - Free revisions (in case of any discrepancy) until the customer is completely satisfied with the work.
I hope to conduct my lessons in a laid back, conversationional manner, hopefully prompting understanding of the subjects being delivered
I am happy to tutor anyone who is struggling with degree-level or A-level law. I enjoy the exchange of ideas as well as being able to discuss the more linear elements of law (as seen particularly in criminal and tort law). My methodology is to simply find out where the issue in understanding a specific area lies and then to break down the elements into small, manageable chunks.
My teaching method has usually been face to face, but I am more than able to conduct sessions using online video calls.
In my experience I have found that from students’ perspectives, a combination of subject knowledge, willingness to help and inspirational teaching methods makes a good university lecturer. Being humorous and able to provide speedy feedback are also important factors.
Worked with students in small groups of 4-5 to help develop their basic reading, understanding, and writing skills. Helped individual students prepare for exams. Filled out evaluations and reports to chart students`progress. Teaching online is a lot of work. I`m sometimes asked if I feel it takes more or less time to teach online, compared to teaching in the classroom.
I like to speak to my client, find out what their learning style is so i can then use that style when planning essays. I believe that tutoring is very client focused, it has to work for you, so i am patient, enthusiastic and very accommodating.
I teach law at all levels, and the best tutoring sessions involve working together to find the most effective approach. Generally, I believe that a discursive approach is best, particularly once you reach university.
With 15 years experience teaching students Law and Politics starting at GCSE, A, AS, Undergraduate, Post Graduate and Professional courses. Being on the 'coal face' I feel I can bring what can be dogged subjects to life by applying a diverse range of teaching methods, social media, film, articles and contemporary information to make the subject matter relevant.
I have a very unique style of lecture which is very proactive and indulgent. I strive to ensure that I apply the best possible practise in my lecture and tutoring sessions. I am empathetic and thorough in my lectures and ensure maximum customers satisfaction in any session.
An experienced Tutor with major interests in Law and Research. I teach undergraduate students from 1st year - 3rd year of University. I am fully experienced in writing law essays, structuring, research, preparing students for exams and, Assisting and proof-reading coursework.
I am an LLM degree holder with distinction from a leading Russell Group university in the UK. I am passionate about sharing legal knowledge, discussing concepts, increasing awareness on legal topics, acknowledging language barriers and appreciating passion and keenness on the part of learners.
I introduce myself as a Legal Counsel and a PhD student- in that I've seen the best of both the worlds. There always would be a difference between organised University learning and desk job. I would like to bridge the gap for students and assist them not only in scores but also in learning the 'trick of the trade'.
I gained a first class masters degree from the university of northumbria. Can teach any of those modules and any alevel law modules. Can also help with organisation and planning. Very patient and efficient. Please contact me for more details.
For me will be the first time when I will teach Law or other sciences, I just finish my education too, but I can adopt something from my best teacher style what I have it in my student life. They were really good. I would like my teaching style to be based on example, concrete in practice. Even if will happen one day to not know the answer for my student, then together we will find out.
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