I am a PhD student in London focusing on Ancient Greek Military History and offering courses to anyone interested in Ancient Greece from school to university level. I encourage interactive courses with pleasant and constructive discussions over a one sided monologue, but can accommodate any student's requirements.
I give one-on-one lessons for most of the time, but I can also tutor small groups with the same level of care. I wish to provoke a discussion rather than lecture alone, and try and encourage answers rather than to simply give them to the student, so they are able to perform as such in the exam.
I like to put a 'issue' and see what made it, how people reacted and what was outcomes. Sometimes looking at it from the point of view of a modern person,sometimes taking side of another era viewer.We discuss using PPE and I support with use of specific terminology.
As a teacher I consistently received positive feedback on my calm and relaxing manner with pupils who I quickly managed to build an excellent rapport with.
My name is Harry and I am just finishing my third year at university. My degree is in ancient history and history and am applying for an additional PCGE and have completed 2 weeks working at a school. I love my subject and believe history should be taught as the great story it is and the debate should follow.
My approach to teaching is to enable students to engage with the material intellectually and think about it from the inside. I do this by using a variety of thought experiments, real world examples, and probing questions. This enables students to appreciate the real value of ideas and world-views which are complicated and often not obvious.
I am an MA graduate offering history, archaeology and anthropology lessons. I have a background in ceramic analysis, varied excavation experience throughout the Mediterranean, and extensive experience in field documentation and finds processing. Currently, I have 2 ongoing roles on international excavation projects.
I am willing to tutor students from primary up to Sixth Form/College level. I find the best way to tutor is through using popular culture, art and media to support the learning, as well as make the lessons more interactive.
My priority as a teacher is to enhance my students` understanding and attainment by providing stimulating, inspiring, and engaging lessons. Students ultimately should enjoy the subject, get a feel for the drama of the period they`re studying, and be able to critically reflect on various issues and debates within history and politics.
- tutoring pupils who are primary, secondary, GCSE or AS Level students - lesson structures would be created uniquely to a pupil, as everyone learns differently - i have a passion for History and English and exhume said passion through teaching and helping others
The core of my classes will be based on analysing primary text from world religion scriptures such as The New Testament, Hindu Upanishads, and Buddhist Dhammapada, as well as philosophical literature comprised from a variety of time periods from antiquity, ex. Plato's 'Republic', to Englightment texts of Francis Bacon's 'Novum Organum', and works of more modern philosophers such as Thoreaux.
I believe tailoring my teaching to the needs of the individual is extremely important in learning. It would be incredibly useful, then, to have a session where I can understand what kind of learner the individual is (visual, auditory or practical) so that I may then plan each teaching session using techniques I know works for that type of learner.
My teaching method will be based around your learning needs, I will always evaluate my students first to find out what areas they struggle with and how they learn and I will create a learning plan that suits the student.
My teaching level would be before GCSE and A-level. But I am happy to advise anyone on a range of topics.
I will structure lessons according to a students' area of interest and desired number of sessions. I will provide PowerPoint slides of pre-prepared images and lists of key texts. My aim is to develop a student's understanding through comparative exercises and would like them to gain an awareness of theoretical and philosophical issues.
I try to keep my lessons as fun and interesting as possible, and, as I mentioned before, I teach mostly GCSE level students. My lessons are structured and based around the strengths of my student to encourage confidence. As a student myself, I believe that I relate to my students well, and have all of my knowledge fresh in my memory to pass on to others.
I am a recent MA graduate in Art History looking to share my knowledge of my field and lend a hand to others embarking upon study in the exciting world of Art History. As an adept essayist I can provide support for essay planning, structure and referencing.
I give art, fine art, fine art history, drawing, painting and photography lessons to kids and young adults from ages 4 to 22 and in English or Hungarian. I have comprehensive professional experience of over 10 years having worked at various different projects, with antiques, fine art as an artist and photographer and choreographer combined with HR and Office management.
Hello! I am at Newcastle University studying History and Archaeology and in my first year. I do all levels up to A Level. I learn visually so I like to set out mind maps with bright colours and draw diagrams to help process the information. I am a very friendly and patient individual. Furthermore, I don't mind going over things if you don't understand them the first time.
I'm a first year Philosophy and English student, having done GCSE Religious Studies, and A-Level Philosophy of Religion and Ethics. Tutoring would include hour long sessions focused on content, exam technique, and revision practices. I am efficient, patient, and quick to adapt to the specific learning needs of the individual pupil.
I tend to adjust and tailor a lesson depending on the individual need of a person. Usually, I listen to what a student needs to cover or is interested in learning, and then I decide how we can do it together. Most importantly, I ask the student the best way in which she/he learns, so we can work in a better way for him/her. My philosophy is: "it is all about the student, not me".
I am experienced in teaching at various age ranges and abilities, from secondary school pupils to university students who would like some assistance in developing their skills and knowledge. I believe in an adaptive approach and love utilising modern technology.
My name is Charlotte, and I am a trans girl currently studying psychology myself. I have been tutoring other members of my cohort and decided to expand to whom I teach. I find it best to first discuss with my students what it is they currently know and are comfortable with, before then comparing this to what they need to know for their relevant work.
My teaching methodology is adaptive depending on the subject and the person/people, and whether I'm teaching 1 to 1 or in a group. Sometimes teaching outdoors is more engaging and effective, sometimes in a focused indoor classroom is more appropriate. I can be imaginative and creative to make the subject interesting for students so that they are motivated to continue.
I give lessons to anyone studying SAT, GCSE, A-Level geography or anyone who would just like to know more about the subject. My technique is to see what the student knows and help them develop their own knowledge. I personally don't believe in 'spoon feeding' and so I prompt the students in the right direction and encourage them to develop their own ideas.
No two students can be taught in the same manner and thats why I strive to provide a unique experience for each individual student. I believe that memory retention and academic skills are best honed when the individual enjoys the experience of learning. Consequently, my work aims to provide a fun yet challenging approach to academia.
I'll teach anyone who wants to learn. As for how I teach, I'll teach in any way you're comfortable with.
When you contact me I will run through an initial session to work out what you believe are your weaknesses, and also to chat about how you find the subject and and what you are looking to gain from tutoring sessions.
Depending on subject of teaching I chose my methods of it. In history and philosophy I prefer to use a dialogue and method of conversation instead of just remembering dates and historical facts. In all studies i prefer understanding prior to blindly knowledge of facts. When in comet so some sports activities and fitness industry I always chose experience and examples over theory itself.
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