Deleuze defined philosophy as “the art of forming, inventing and fabricating concepts”; knowing full well in his advocation of a 'pedagogy of concept' the bidirectional relationship of information pertaining to perception. We are in other words subject to our beliefs, which very much shape the world that we see (and do not see) and the manner in which we behave.
I hope in some way to find each persons individual method of learning, as each of us is different, so to should the tools of teaching be different. I try not to go too deep into particular subjects but rather glide other several different subjects and then pull a cohesive conclusion from the bunch.
The classes will focus on a wide range of Western and non-Western philosophic texts and explore different methods and themes of philosophy. The student will gain the following skills through the course of the classes: - Reading and analysing philosophic texts. - Writing philosophic texts and articles. - Applying philosophical methods and concepts to real world event and affairs.
Hi guys! It's Elena! It would be super nice if we could share some thoughts and get some hints from the marvellous world of Philosophy! So far so good, yet I shall stop my enthusiasm as well as this waffle talking... and get seriously into my methodology! I actually prefer to discuss the structure of the lesson with the student who requires my help.
My teaching method is fundamentally collaborative. The pupil and I will identify the areas which need the closest attention and work together to create a comprehensive overview of their subject in accordance with the curriculum and exam specifications. The most important thing a pupil can take away from our sessions is a growing sense of confidence in their ability to master the subject.
My teaching method is lecture style, as this is the best way to learn content. It will be broken into the modules of the A Level OCR course, where notes can be taken to supplement previous knowledge. We may also draft ideal essay plans.
While I have mainly taught university-level philosophy, I am able to cater to GCE A Level students as well. I teach my encouraging students to get familiar with the main texts and instil critical thinking skills by asking them challenging and interesting questions.
My approach is understanding, from past experience of teachers/lecturers you can talk in great detail as much as you like but if its not in an engaging way the information will not stick.
Hi, I am currently an Oxford University undergraduate studying Philosophy. I gained an A at A Level and am predicted for a First at university. I am incredibly patient and will work to create tailored learning plans to ensure you get the most out of your lessons.
In my experience the best way to get pupils to understand History of any period is to be able to piece together the best academic arguments as well as having a solid understanding of current affairs both politically and socially.
Hello! I am a philosophy student with a passion for both history and philosophy. I am also very competent at mathematics and am able to tutor at GCSE level proficiently.
My name's Dr Nick and I'm a retired history tutor with a great deal of experience at helping students succeed at GCSE, AS- and A2-Level courses in Modern History, Classical Civilisation, Philosophy and Politics. In terms of my History teaching background, before semi-retirement, I was a Tutor in Modern, Classics and Ancient History at several well-known London Independent Sixth-Form Colleges.
Teaching ideally of either prep school students (for any subject) or students leading up to GCSE's. Teachings would consist of covering several key topics per lesson with a test of the last weeks topics at the start of each session. A relaxed but focused approach during lessons.
I have been tutoring mostly to teenagers and aim to get them to actively engage in the more exciting sides of the subjects. I will be working with you to encourage your own interpretations of works and justifications, this is to help encourage further development rather than simply spoon-feeding answers.
Psychology is a wide and varied field. I work to support students to grasp complex theory and research methodology as well as the applications and context of psychological ideas. Having worked in NHS settings as well as research I use both my academic and professional experience to illustrate and ground knowledge.
I am a 22-year-old postgraduate research student in Philosophy at UCL. I am happy to teach Philosophy at any level, French up to A level/IB, or Maths/Further Maths GCSE or below. My lessons are informal and driven by the pupil. I am good at breaking down complex ideas and explaining them in simple terms. My lessons are relaxed and fun, but productive.
I have a flexible approach to teaching depending on the level and subject of interest. I always try to adapt my methodology to my students. Some learn better with creative approaches, such as teaching historical method with varied and 'non-historical' sources, whereas others benefit from careful analysis of historical texts and of the students work.
I offer classes in any Humanity subject from secondary to I/GCSE level students. Classes that will be based on finding ways to engage any student in the way that they learn best! There is a way to make every subject interested and engaging, we just have to find.
Having taught for France's largest business school, INSEEC, and being a visiting lecturer for the American University, Fordham, I can help you gain a good understanding of geopolitics, EU and UK affairs and how public affairs and public relations work. From theory to practice, you will get the academic and business knowledge you need for your course - and for your career.
I'm Susanna and I love philosophy! I studied Theology and Religious Studies at Cambridge and I really enjoy having a good debate as well as helping you improve your essay style and arguments. I'm great at explaining tricky concepts and I'll always make sure you understand everything before moving on.
Hi there I'm Jiwan, currently studying PPE at York. I live in hounslow over the holidays and I'm happy to give lessons to anyone studying GCSE RS or A/AS level philosophy and ethics.
I am an undergraduate student at KCL, currently on course for a first in Philosophy. I will give A-Level students guidance in Philosophy, from content questions, reading help, and essay help. I am friendly, patient, and determined to achieve results for you.
I am a philosophy graduate with a specialisation in cultural, critical and political philosophies. I will map my lessons around learning styles of my subject and draw upon relevant popular culture to break down theories. Whether you are trying to wrap your head around the various political ideologies, ideology itself or get an understanding of what subject/object relations are - I am here to help.
I am a recent graduate from Oxford. I give lessons to students interested in politics and philosophy. I am easy-going yet disciplined. Having studied in different educational systems convinced me that there is no single ideal methodology.
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