Top-quality, experienced and systematic Philosophy Tutor. I have taught a wide range of philosophical topics in the University of Edinburgh (2008-2015). I also specialise at IB-level Theory of Knowledge teaching.
Aiming to teach A Level/GCSE standard students studying philosophy or Religious education. My lessons will focus on what you want to cover and learn with a particular focus on developing structures for philosophical argument. I am easy going, approachable and aim to help in anyway I can.
I offer lessons to people working on Higher and National 5 Philosophy, or for people with a general interest. Given the subjectiveness of philosophy, I find that the only way to learn effectively is to debate and discuss the sqa texts. I will also provide comprehensive notes which are an excellent resource for revision.
I am passionate about engaged teaching methods that can inspire students of any age with a love for historical study. I am available for one-to-one lessons online or in person. Sessions focus on analysis of both original sources and historians' writings, to suit the level of the student.
My teaching methodology is extremely straightforward. The most important thing I think a tutor can do is to be totally flexible to the needs of the pupil.
I am currently in my final year as a Politics and Law student and I am happy to teach anyone from primary school level to second year university level. I understand that many literature based topics can seem difficult and overwhelming at times.
I'm Liam! I have an MA degree from the University of Dundee in History and am currently studying for my Master's at the University of Edinburgh. When studying any aspect of the past it is important to break down your pproach to its barest parts.
My style of tutoring can be described as "guided learning," as it is more of teaching the student how to think and learn, rather than giving them specific topical information. As much as I can, I like to cater my lessons to my students' interests, whether it be learning English from political news articles or teaching German with examples about space travel.
Every individual learner has different needs during the learning process. The level and age of the student plays a significant role in teaching methodology. My method, most of the times, is bound with the concept of epagoge; in simpler words I find efficient to create a generalised abstract picture at first which can be easily comprehended before I delve into a more detail-oriented approach.
I am a critical educator with a variety of experience in teaching social sciences and English with a focus on developing a model for learning based on students needs and abilities to construct knowledge in partnership with the teacher.
I’m a 20 year old student in my third year, studying History and History of Art at the University of Edinburgh. I’m willing to teach school pupils a range of topics relating to history, art and poetry at any level up to Advanced Higher (or equivalent). The teaching methods I use are always tailored to the student.
I find it frustrating to spend the same amount of time working through the things you do know, as you do on the things you don’t. However, you cannot cover individual parts of a topic and leave others out - you need to know how things relate to one another. As such my teaching format will briefly cover an entire section, e.g.
Specialising in essay structure, argument summaries and academic field of Military Ethics/Ethics of War and Peace/Ethical theories/Perception ) ) )
Hello! I am a native French speaker. I'm a full-time freelance teacher and translator. I came to Edinburgh in 2002 to start my master's degree in Classics at the University of Edinburgh, and I loved the city so much that I never left! - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach French, Latin, Ancient Greek, Classical Studies and Philosophy. - Tell me about your qualifications.
I can teach you new concepts of Psychology or Criminology, or clarify ones you have learnt already. I will proof read your papers and give feedback on what can be improved. Theories of crime, statistics related to crime, qualitative and quantitative methods of making a study, theories and approaches in psychology, cognitive biases and much more.
I am able to tutor up to Higher level in History and RMPS. I am happy to work on the course(s) as a whole, from start to finish, or to pick out specific topics that a student may be struggling in, depending on which is required. I am good at explaining concepts in a simple and easy to understand manner, and I am extremely patient.
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