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.
I believe that the knowledge I have can be adapted to work with all stages of building your business. Through relaxed conversations and a goal-driven approach to making progress.
My teaching method is to help the development of independent learning with as much support and guidance needed to achieve this. I beliebe this helps the student to build a stonger understanding of the subject area. However I also like to chat and and find out if work load and make sure that no major difficulties are arising.
I base my lessons according to how my student is comfortable with learning as my main goal is to help my student understand and gain knowledge from my lessons. I would use different materials to make learning fun and educational.
HI! I am a postgraduate psychologist with an excellent educational background and two years’ experience in the mental health area, including adults with psychiatric conditions and adolescents with forensic records, learning disabilities, and experience of abuse.
I started teaching English in 1994. From 1998 I have been heavily involved in teacher education and teacher training which means that I have a vast amount of experience to tap into. I have worked with children as young as four years old and supported adults through GCSES and Undergraduate degrees. I am a published academic. My articles can be found on Google Scholar.
Learning should be fun and engaging. I discover what works for each of my students and we run with it together as it is a partnership.
I base classes on the textbook and exam material. Therefore, I would use answers from exams to teach students what they need to know. Furthermore, I would adapt my teaching style to anybody who may need it. This would include teaching different revision styles.
Learner centred approach with a focus on developing the required skills to ask the questions which motivate learning. Without the ability to frame good questions, learning tends to be rather superficial. However, questions supported by the skills to access, assess and communicate information lead to what can be considered as 'deep learning'.
I prefer to tailor my lessons and methodology exclusively based on each pupil's individual strengths and weaknesses. For example, if student A finds comprehension tasks easy while student B struggles with them, I will focus mainly on helping student A improve in comprehension-based activities.
I attempt to find people's learning style and adapt my teaching method to you. I will check exam board and look at mark schemes and exam questions. I offer a link to my subject quizlet included to help you revise.
My teaching methods differ from person to person. I tend to ask the individual how they prefer to learn, and if they don't know, try out a couple of methods until we find the right one. I usually give a 'recap' at the end of each of my sessions to go over the main points.
Adult learners are students that have multiple responsibilities in relation to their professional, personal, social life and to their individual identity, which I understand, on a professional and personal level.
My teaching method is to help students with essay writing skills including: structure, grammar, research methods, footnoting and essay planning. I am adaptable to the needs of the students and will also assist with proofreading. My techniques will revolve around individual needs, but preferably if students need help with their current work.
My characteristics as a teacher is as a peer, using a personal mode, I believe that giving students confidence in themselves is truly the best way to achieve their full potential. I use discussion as a key way to try and motivate my students.
Visual artworks reveal a lot about their author and the context in which they have been created. They are a visual materialisation of human beings’ direct experience of the world.
I graduated from LSE with a 2.1 in geography. I am a reliable, patient and friendly tutor. I adapt my tutoring to suit the needs and learning styles of the individual. Since I am a recent graduate I know the difficulties many students may face.
I am not going to do the work for you. My main approach is to encourage the student to construct their own understanding of the subject by breaking that subject down into small bite-size chunks, which, through the use of a mindmap the student then fits together like a jigsaw to construct his/her own understanding/picture.
My job is to make the material more accessible and more interesting for you. When you're interested, you'll learn better. So, I don't expect to lecture at you for 55 minutes (!). Instead, I hope that the session can be more of a conversation, with you offering your best guess where you're not sure of something and us generally exploring the topic together.
I am a masters degree graduate in criminal justice, with a bachelors degree in criminology and sociology. i have worked with undergrad students from design, accounting, psychology and business management backgrounds on improving their essay writing skills and dissertation research and methodology skills.
As social skills can be a very complex thing to master, I feel an individual approach to each session and a calm relaxed environment can make this process a lot more effective. I believe that both parties need to work together in order to progress.
My teaching method is very practical. I prefer to work with the students on what they want to learn, what they want to achieve and how they would like to do it.
Not everyone learns the same way! It takes patience, understanding and a knowledgeable teacher. I work with all level of education up to and including undergraduate level. Starting the lesson: I will ask you what you want to focus on for the session. This will be used to design how the session will be structured. This is to cover the most time on your focused subject.
Although I am only starting out on my tutor path, I will take a calm, friendly and encouraging approach to students focusing on visual and writing approaches . I am aware that every student has a different approach to learning therefore I will adapt my teaching in order to gain the best from the student and they gain the most from the lessons.
I am an Undergraduate Psychology student offering online tutoring to GCSE or A-Level students. My lessons are always based around the student's needs and the way that they would like to learn key material and skills. I offer a variety of methods, such as chunking information or creating audio material for what suits your needs.
I give lessons at any level. My teaching technique is very student centred, this means that the student will get the most out of the session since the session is completely tailored to their needs. Lessons are structured at the needs of the student.
I'm Emma, I'm a (just finished) second year American Studies and History student and therefore I can help out anyone doing anything below degree level. I specialise in American History, but can also cover some European history. Will approach thematically/annually depending on content.
I am a First Class BSc Psychology and Counselling graduate happy to offer lessons, guidance and advice for people doing their A levels, or undergraduate degrees, and of course those simply interested in the field of Psychology and Therapy. The lessons will be focused on the learner's needs and will be changed and modified based on open, regular feedback and assessment of progress.
I am in my final year of my undergraduate psychology degree at the university of Worcester. Although, I live in Wolverhampton. I am very passionate about this subject and have begun my journey in becoming a professional in the field. I would love to share my knowledge and love for learning with pupils, who would benefit from extra support.
I am currently studying history (MRes) at the Univeristy of Portsmouth. I provide lessons to undergraduates and A-level students. Lessons will help improve essay writing skills and assist in developing sound historical arguments. The student will write a small essay for each session.
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