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 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.
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...
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.
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.
I believe that the best results come from personal interest. Every difficult topic has something interesting in it, even if you have to look into it's broader context. I therefore try to find something within a difficult topic that one finds interesting and build from there, asking prompting questions and listening attentively. DBS checked.
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.
I base my classes on short in-class writing activities, games, and revisions processes.
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.
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.
Third person perspective, the history on stage with geography hanging above you. The approach is to involve yourself in the physical art of history.
Each session will be guided by what you would like us to cover. In our first session, we will go through the expectations you have of me as a tutor, your exam board/syllabus, and we can set targets for a timeframe and schedule that you are happy with.
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.
The best process for learning history is to ensure that you have a base to work off, this would mean learning essay structure and format. Then it would be best to develop critical analytical understanding and finally rope learning the theory, dates and facts.
One of the key requirements of humanities is to understand the topic from a deeper level and understand why and how certain things exist or have happened in the past. I focus on the student to have that clearer understanding and through the medium they best understand it with.
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