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 teaching method is starting with the basics and slowly building up a knowledge base so the student can fully understand the subject. I do this through an interactive style, rather than just talking at the student as I want to engage them. I also set weekly essays to assess the progress made during that week on the material we have covered. I have tutored friends at university and college.
I like to put across subject knowledge when necessary but ideally what I like to achieve is a sense of confidence in the student that they can ask for help when they need it, but they are also happy to look for their own solutions and answers, whenever they can. I try to use the greatest possible variety of teaching methods but it depends on what works with different students.
Before our first session I will ask for two or three areas to focus on so that I can prepare some materials tailored around the needs of the student. This will be aimed at offering different perspectives on the historical events, political processes or set texts to help the student orientate themselves within a debate and to encourage critical thinking.
For each topic, I will give an introductory lecture of no more than 15 minutes that provides the bare foundations of the subject in question. By guiding my students through the learning process, we will then proceed, together, to work on fleshing out the details through relevant analytical and evaluative points (Relevant for essays and exams).
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.
My name is James and I graduated from Florida International University with a Bachelors in International Relations. I love current affairs and stay up to date with the happenings in the world. Whether you need help writing a paper, coming up with a topic, or help with a test, I can help you break down and understand the subject at hand.
I would like to approach my classes in a open and textural way. I go wide in order to go narrow, approaching our understanding of a topic in a meta way in order to then focus in on the specifics. This will hopefully provide tutee's with a rich and unique view of the topic at hand.
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.
Talking about the surface facts and then understanding the students own opinions on the subject and helping the to relate the subject to things they may know of or see on a daily basis in order to help remember things better.
I love explaining and learning about politics through both a visual and verbal manner, which makes my tutorials both creative and different! In my tutorials we would be using readings to discuss issues but also incorporate pictures and videos so that you can visualize what you are reading.
I am an A level, IB and GCSE tutor in History. I look to cater lessons to the level the student is currently at, and the level they are aiming for. I like to teach methodically, to keep it simple.
I base my classes on individual ability, skills and interest. I try to make education interesting and fun, without it being too demanding so that the students learn to learn, and not learns blindly. It is important for me that the student understands what they are learning, and not just finishing their work.
Having been a tutor for four years, I have gained valuable insight into how to effectively convey lessons to students. What is most important, and what I focus on, is tailoring lessons in a manner that will specifically help the student seeking guidance.
Politics is a constantly changing subject, and it is therefore necessary to keep oneself aware of current affairs. To do this you need to read the news on a regular (daily) basis. My teaching method is to ensure my students are up to date with their current affairs knowledge, and once this is established, writing essays becomes a much easier task.
My teaching method is based on building a good rapport with my students, tailoring to their individual needs, addressing individual challenging questions, and preparing for essay questions.
My history teaching is predominantly techniques based. By focusing on skills (essay writing, source analysis note taking etc.) I help students understand topics in a way that directly prepares them for all aspects of history syllabi from exams to classwork and coursework.
I can provide good strategies for learning fast and I am currently a university student. I believe I can pass my skills to my students and can improve their lifestyle of learning things. I will also be providing free lessons.
I have my unique teaching methods but quite flexible. Depends on the student’s needs, learning and needs I alter my method of consultancy.
My teaching methods are tailored to each and every student. My overall methodology is rooted in aiming to empower students to read and learn more for themselves, whilst making sure that the foundational understanding of the exam / essay requirements, are clearly understood.
The strengths of my teaching lie in (1) my ability to help convene programmes as required and ensuring all aspects of a programme run smoothly, (2) inclusivity and adaptation to appropriate teaching methods to suit different needs; (3) ability to actively engage in scholarly activities appropriate to ensure my specialist subject knowledge is fully up to date, (4) and continuous improvement in...
I like to structure my tuition around a student's course and personal area of study, gaining an understanding of the content of their course and then equipping them with appropriate essay structure and exam techniques.
My classes would take you directly to the world of Middle Eastern History, where you would learn the works and studies of renowned writers and thinkers of the region. With every new concept, you learn more about the general sociopolitical structuring of the region throughout history.
I base my teaching methods depending on the student, offering a wide variety of approaches. Flexible lesson structure and based on the content and curriculum of each individual students pain points and focus areas. I am patient, happy and enthusiastic.
My teaching method is inquiry based critical analysis of topics from contemporary perspectives that enhances students' learning skills. I base my classes notes on slides and appreciate discussion.
I base my classes using the assigned textbooks, syllabus and previous past papers. Utilising these and my past experience as a History student I can formulate the most efficient ways to understand, remember and apply historical knowledge.
I like to teach thematically, posing a problem based on your interests and work through it using the key methods of the subject. I encourage debate, feedback and dialogue on the fundamental theories behind concepts to support holistic learning.
Third person perspective, the history on stage with geography hanging above you. The approach is to involve yourself in the physical art of history.
I am a university lecturer in law at SOAS, University of London. (PhD,SOAS; MSc, London School of Economics) and have over 7 years of full time teaching experience. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach the subjects that I have studied and/or trained in as an academic: English, German, Law, Politics, History.
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.
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