-I did my MPhil degree at the University of Cambridge and have research experience from the University of St Andrews and two other International Universities and Research Institutions [Terrorism Studies from the University of Leiden and Marxist Institute] -I did my PhD degree in “Political Science and International Relations” [1st Class Honours] with dissertation subject in Sociology.
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.
- I love to help people and I love to learn. - I am an organised, friendly and patient person. - My target students are anyone who need help in anything related to writing, literary studies, written applications and advanced History and English studies at GCSE/ A2/ University level. - I enjoy intellectual conversation should this be of use to the student.
My teaching methods are suited to the needs of the student. However I strongly favour extensive verbal conversation on both the subject and the best approaches to its learning. It is my view that a student's own expression of their learning is vital in order to encourage independent thought and insight.
I have been a teacher for over ten years and my passion is to help students not only become great achievers academically but learn to find their confidence in an educational system that can be challenging! I focus on just want is needed for examinations and am an examiner for AQA, so am well versed in what examiners are really looking for as mark schemes are often vague and unhelpful.
My name is Rebecca Moore, I am currently an A level student studying Philosophy & ethics, history and photography. I passed all of my gcse exams excelling in English language with a 7 )0( equivalent of an A). I can confidently teach English ( language and literature), history and religious studies from secondary to gcse level.
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.
I am an undergraduate at Royal Holloway in Egham. I am studying BA History and Philosophy. My lesson structures will consist of discussions and exercises to determine where a student needs improvement and to bring the subjects of History or Philosophy to life. My tutoring methods will be kind and encouraging.
I have taught Philosophy at the Italian state grammar schools for decades. Now I am attending a PhD at KCL. In my class I both put the philosophical ideas into the historical context, presenting the philosophers who invented and discussed them, and into the conceptual system of the so called philosophical disciplines, such as ethics, epistemology, metaphysics, aesthetics,anthropology and ethics.
As a teacher I am aware of what you need in order to understand and succeed in your GCSE/A-Level. I have access to extra material to support you alongside my own teaching practice. My teaching method is to make the content understandable by breaking it down and finding the best way to revise and learn based on your individual needs.
My teaching method is small number of groups or individual one of one tuitioning as I believe that smaller numbers allow mass knowledge to be restored at a higher level than larger groups where focus can often lack in understanding and providing full assistance to the students as a tutor
My teaching method is based on the specific works of contemporary thinkers. For instance, one lesson will be on Voltaire's Candide, while another will look at Mandeville's Fable of the Bees. The lessons will use these texts as a jumping off point to discuss the wider social, economic, political and cultural movements of the period.
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 love to make every lesson different by challenging the student whilst making sure that they enjoy what they are learning.
I am a lecturer in Philosophy currently on my PhD at Lancaster University. From my wealth of experience as a lecturer for more than four years, am sure my student will have the best story to tell in their chosen career.
I am an experienced online tutor and distance tutor who gives intensive feedback to written assignments, online tutorials and occasionally home visits and gallery tours.
I've worked in Primary schools all over Bristol with students from year 1-6, in both mainstream environments and SEN classes. I've also done group tutoring for Explore Learning as well as private tuition for KS1&2. I have also tutored a-level and degree level students in my specialist Humanities subjects.
As a young graduate the challenges of education are still fresh in my mind as well as the learning techniques and academic support needed to overcome them. I offer friendly and thorough study guidance for GCSE and A level students and will ensure that you can acquire and develop knowledge of the vital material in your studies.
I am training to be a fully qualified teacher and furthermore have previous successful experience in tutoring. I teach a range of humanities subjects at KS3, GCSE, and A-Level and have motivated students to excel and achieve. I have the necessary DBS certificate.
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.
I'm an enthusiastic and motivated University of Cambridge graduate, originally from Leeds and living in Glasgow. I'm available to teach a range of subjects on a face-to-face basis to students around the Glasgow area. I also offer online tuition for students in any location, in addition to research, writing, editing and proofreading services for academic papers and projects.
As a dedicated learner and educator, I am passionate about my subjects and keen to teach the very basics as well as, for example, help students at the undergraduate level make some sense of it all. I am actively engaged in performing arts and creative writing. I love stories and use them in my teaching whenever I can.
I am an experienced tutor with an undergraduate degree in History and Philosophy of Science (Cambridge) and currently reading for two postgraduate degrees.
I’ve been working as an online tutor for half a year tutoring students in Philosophy and Psychology and helping them to prepare their GSCE and Alevels exams in Biology and Spanish. Besides, I have a wide experience applying for University's entry, including UG and PG programs, and I have been offering mentoring on this.
I approach each topic according to your needs. After an initial consultation I create a bespoke course just for you, backed up with the latest and best research in each subject area. This way you get a course filled with practical experience, relevant theory and relevant research.
My teaching method is mainly based on discussion and answering any questions the student may have about the subject. Using discussion as a primary teaching method allows to stimulate critical thinking and to establish a rapport with the student.
I am willing to provide my tutoring service to those aiming to unleash their potential in GCSE Religious Studies and below (particularly for Christianity and Islam) regardless of what current academic level they are residing in! Willing to aid anyone that wants to get what they want in their life! By maintaining regular sessions catered towards their own learning styles, I try to identify their...
The way I approach teaching is by using a 'building up' method. In other words, I have found that students learn more effectively when they really understand every little aspect of something, unlike the traditional route of just drilling information into you and hoping it will stick.
I will go over the principles and key ideas in a topic area and then set an activity, during which questions can be asked, once the activity is complete I will ask the student to teach it to me as I believe this reinforces the learning.
I am a full-time author who tutors in subjects at both a secondary school and undergraduate level. Both of these levels of study have their own unique characteristics but they also share a great deal in common, with both providing a breakdown of sources and a strong amount of analysis of both (if not multiple!) historical viewpoints.
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Perfect! Susanna was amazing... she was patient and very supportive and really helped me get started.
Perfect! I am completely struggling during my third year of university at Kings and could find no help from my lectures or tutors. I do not know what I would have done without Franco's help. He explained to me SO clearly the readings I was given within...
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