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.
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 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.
I can offer lessons for anyone studying psychology up to and including degree level. The lessons will consist of a basic structure which include key information, exercises and summary of the information taught in the lesson. Goal setting will be a big part of the learning process so the student will feel like they are in control of their learning speed.
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 able to give lessons for A Level and undergraduate study in Psychology and postgraduate level in Counselling/ Psychotherapy. I believe everyone learns differently and that needs to be applied when tutoring.
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 currently studying Advanced Psychology at Leeds University and I'm in my second year. I have studied psychology at GCSE and A-Level, both achieving A*s and have a huge passion for it. I aim to tutor through the use of unique methods as well as looking in great detail at past papers to enhance memory and understanding of the topic.
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 base my classes around the individual, taking note of how they best learn. More often than not, learning best occurs when it is applied to familiar concepts or scenarios, strengthening one's ability make sense of topics as they're building on pre-established thought processes.
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.
It's more of what the student is comfortable with. I can have power point presentations made, but on a personal note I would say paper has no substitute. With books, it's a process of 'osmosis' which comes into play. The more you carry a book on you, more will be the chances of you grasping the knowledge within.
I approach each and every topic with excitement because every bit of this subject - reading body language is fascinating! I like to incorporate live/ practical examples to the teaching process. I make individual teaching programmes for every student, depending on his background/ occupation/ life goals and many other variables.
I am a History and English language student in Lancaster university. History is a very complex subjects and needs specific study methods to make learning efficient. I am wiling to help out any student from primary to high school and potentially transfer some of my passion for the subject.
I have experience in supporting adults with autism to learn both psychology and any material that they are struggling with. I will always go at your own pace and structure lessons however works for you. For me, the key to learning is to enjoy the subject matter and to find fun ways of engaging with the material.
My teaching method is a combination between discussion and hands on practical work. Its no fun just to be talked at, so through this way the lessons will be interactive and focus purely on enhancing your understanding of and interest in the content you want to cover.
The reason for choosing media studies as a topic of teaching is due to the fact of achieving an A at A-level which shows i have a great understanding of the topic which i feel would be helpful to someone who may need help being educated on the subject. The reason why i chose to teach geography is due to me studying it as part of my degree at university.
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