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I am an enthusiastic teacher of English with a vast experience in the field of English and English Literature, Drama, Media, SEN and TESOL. I also have extensive experience in speech therapy, working with SEN children and ESOL requiring individuals. I am currently on leadership and a governor status. I am involved with Ofsted and other agencies to improve both pupil learning and teacher training.
Oliver Delgaram-Nejad is an interdisciplinary (psycholinguistics) PGR at Manchester Metropolitan University. His PhD research examines the composite language and communication phenomena of schizophrenia, as relative to figurative language processing, using experimental psycholinguistic methods; his master's dissertation focused on paralinguistics: blended displays (i.e.
My teaching methods based on powerpoint, going through some readings [optiona] and provide students detailed feedback. However, I flexible about my teaching considering the students' needs and the level of learning. Most of the time I construct my teaching method with the students.
I love learning and feel that passion is the best way to succeed at degree level. I am particularly passionate about working with students studying social sciences, modern history, public sector vocational trainings and political theory and philosophy. I have worked with many students who feel highly anxious about their studies and are underperforming.
I use the problem based learning module that has proven to be pivotal to all age groups no matter the academic strength of the student.
Do you struggle to put your ideas into words, or organize them into paragraphs or Powerpoint slides? Sometimes a second objective pair of eyes can be invaluable when you feel 'stuck'. I can help you plan, produce or improve essays, articles, dissertations and presentations, understand and use important references, or help you develop effective strategies for doing so.
I am a really patient teacher, and I try to make every session as fun as possible! I always try to find new ways to teach, and I also change my teaching method depending on the person I am in front of. I have a lot of tutoring experience and the fact that I still am a student makes it really easy for me to get along very good with the people I teach to.
I'm very laid back and very adaptable so can change my teaching style to what you need help in most. I prefer to use a step-by-step approach, starting off at the very basics and working our way through to the tough stuff, depending on your individual needs.
I have taught Philosophy at the Italian state grammar schools for decades. In my class I both put the philosophical ideas into the historical context, presenting the philosophers who invented and discussed them, and into the conceptual system of the so called philosophical disciplines, such as ethics, epistemology, metaphysics, aesthetics,anthropology and ethics.
I am an approachable person and I think this helps to put my students at ease. I would firstly plan to chat through the task at hand and try to determine the best way forward towards your targets. We would then agree a plan for your learning which would involve breaking the task into manageable steps and I can work with you through each step of the way.
I haven a degree in Drama , Psychology and History . I carried on to achieve my teaching degree and then an MA in education . I love solving a problem and help students to find strategies to solve their own academic struggles or just to improve.
Young Spanish Primary Education teacher offering afterschool classes to Primary Education students.The methodology I usually use is "Learning by playing", I like students to discover things on their own, interactive classes, so that they can experiment and see the results by themselves.
Because my parents are Swedish and Danish and I grew up in the USA and France, I am well versed in the literary traditions of different cultures. I believe this sharpens my capacity to perceive ideas from fresh angles, see past the dialectic layers that discourse is often wrapped in. This aptitude has helped me convey ideas simply and engagingly in the past.
My teaching method is to set clear and fair expectations, have a positive attitude, and patient with students, and assess their learning on a regular basis. When deciding if early childhood education is right career choice for you, the first and most important question to ask yourself is: Do I like working with children? If you can’t answer yes, then this career may not be best for you.
My approach to education adopts a “pedagogy of collegiality” which aims to overcome the traditional teacher-learner relationship, thereby empowering the learner to shape the teaching session to best suit their learning preference. Consequently, while I enter a teaching session with a plan, I am willing to be flexible in its implementation, in order to suit the needs of the learner.
My teaching method is a combination of Visual (Diagrams, Drawings, written material) and conversational particularly for those wanting to learn English. For younger children I try to incorporate the use of arts and crafts or props or a ‘class companion’. For students with struggles in learning I will assess and arrange a time to discuss how you have learnt best previously.
Thirty-something professional degree holder with a passion for teaching. 8 years experience of working in the NHS/research in various roles with requirement to teach others. Experience of delivering teaching sessions to both large and small student groups, utilising a variety of teaching styles. Attended Teaching Methodology Courses. Conversant with psychosocial theories of learning.
I give lessons to anyone of any age who wants to learn at any level. My methods and structure of lessons are bespoke to the individuals learning needs and preference.
I encourage self discovery and the consideration that a child is a developing member of society who need to be supported and encouraged. Every student needs to find their way of connecting with the children and also understand the needs of the parents and the complex world of expected educational goals.
At the beginning of each class, I discuss today's goals with my students. I try to let him decide what is important, and what he wants us to focus on. Communication is really important, because if my student is comfortable with me, I know he will dare asking questions, and tell me frankly what he needs help with.
My teaching method is a practical hands on approach, mixed with experiments and method that allow the learner to understand the subject matter to its fullest. My private work as a psychotherapist allows a real world understand that I can pass on to the pupil. This gives a better understanding.
Young, friendly and approachable postgraduate student with advanced experience across multiple fields. The key with teaching is to keep it fun, interesting and relevant... this is my main aim as students perform significantly better when they are engaged with the material.
I provide one to one Coaching to people from primary up to Post graduate level in a range of subjects as well as Confidence and LIfeskills. I teach Business/Enterprise, psychology, How to get started in Self employment, Study skills, Presentation skills, Leadership and Management, Sport Science.
I give lessons up to A-Level: Specialising in Politics (my degree is in politics). Although I can also offer tutoring in Sociology and Psychology. In non-academic subjects: I offer coaching and teaching for sailing (both theory and practical). I also offer horse riding tutoring. I am able to offer a school/baby sitting service also.
I am a third year PhD student at the university of Huddersfield and I do give tutorials to both undergraduate and postgraduate students in law. I engage with students at a personal level as this gives an opportunity to explain in detail the subject under review.
Background: Hi guys, my name is Serena and I am 21 years old. I have just graduated from Nottingham Trent University with a degree in Education Studies and Psychology. I am an aspiring teacher and I am looking to embark on my PGCE teacher training course this September in Psychology.
I propose to support your children in their work in all subjects. For students in the terminal cycle of the French system, I propose to accompany them throughout revision sessions, either for the French Baccalaureate (1ère), through oral and written trainings, personalised advices, exercises for all topics and themes.
I have a balance of traditional and progressive styles of teaching.
Sensory Fun Exam prep Like to push reach pupils potential Flexible Enthusiastic individual who is keen to teach in groups and individuals I am very passionate and would live to teach your child. I love to see the light bulb moment when the pupil understands it makes me feel fantastic knowing I have made a difference.
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