Fully qualified and experienced UK teacher with specialist background in supporting students with literacy difficulties and those with EAL. I can support all students of school age to improve and develop the skills required to become effective readers and writers. I can also work with students who struggle with comprehension and receptive and expressive language issues.
With ten years of rigorous teaching experience at good profiles and having qualifications of professional teacher-training with post-graduate in English and Cert. TESOL, I wish to serve in an institution of adequate scope of innovation and creativity. Possess excellent verbal and written communication skills. Goal orientated, with a clear vision of future objectives.
I tutor all primary pupils for all general subjects (English, Maths, Science, Handwriting, religious Studies). My teaching method is to start off by sharing my passion for learning. Making learning seem fascinating and not 'boring'. I want my student’s voice to be heard more than my own. This allows my students to not tune out and lose interest.
I'm a first class honours student offering tuition to primary level students, from 5 through to 11. I use motivating, engaging lessons which are adaptable to each child. From developing phonics stories for each students interest to creating physical activities to engage the most fidgety of learners.
I am very fond of making learning fun! I try to incorporate many practical elements within sessions to make learning more fun and engaging for students! I believe that learning practically has a positive impact on students learning as children are more likely to remember and reflect on the session!
I offer a wide range of lessons including sessions for pupils that are struggling and need support. I am currently working with pupils on their reading, writing and maths. I love seeing children make progress and develop their confidence. My main hope is to create a love of learning so pupils can succeed and thrive at school.
I like everyone to enjoy the teaching process, it's easier to learn in that way. From children to adults, ensuring that the learning environment is one that allows the person to relax, yet maintain discipline, so there will always be common ground rules for working.
My teaching method is a three part method: First, I develop an individual profile by talking to parents and the child and administering an initial assessment. I learn the child’s strengths and weaknesses, as well as their likes and dislikes so that I can create a tailored learning program that meets my student’s needs and utilises their strengths and interests.
My teaching method is fun and inclusive with a practical approach to learning. Practise through appropriate tasks and activities to support a childs learning.
Montessori and phonics approach, and always child-centred...
I use a range of methods including task based lessons and PPP. I can tailor lessons to suit students needs and diagnostic testing. I can create lessons from set supporting material but I have created a great deal of my own lessons using materials that I have collected over the years.
My teaching method is very much led by the individual and I embraced the personalised learning approach. I fully believe that in order to enable the best state for learning that you need to know the individual well. I plan my lessons based on personal interest and apply a practical approach to learning wherever possible.
I believe children to to be exposed to education that is meaningful to them and not just pen, paper and books. Children need to see how their education is relevant in their everyday lives. I strive to make my lessons fun and engaging, as well as challenging.
I have a proven track record with aiding children to pass their phonics screening check and KS1 SATs and believe that with the right support every child can succeed. Children learn best when having fun, therefore I know a vast array of games that can be used to help children to learn, remember and succeed.
No two students are the same and so I am very flexible in my approach to teaching. My sessions typically include plenty of visual aids and a lot of gesturing to help students with remembering. Building children's confidence is key in their success so I typically include a lot of praise and show pupils where they are making progress.
I believe that providing equal opportunities to all children is at the heart of good educational practice. My approach to teaching is to ensure that the lessons are enjoyable for my learners.
I will be teaching children aged 5-7 phonics, reading and writing, depending on the what the needs of the child are. I teach to the National Curriculum starting from where the child's learning is. I would assess the child to see where their starting point is and teach from there, assessing their progress from time to time.
I currently go to King Edward VI Grammar School currently doing A levels. I completed my GCSE's at Westcliff High School for Girls with 9A* especially in all sciences except his Physics and in English Language and Literature and Maths which I got a 9 in English Language and 8 for Literature and Maths.
Hi , my name is Julien. I am a French native speaker who work and live in Glasgow near the University of Glasgow. After eighth trips in Scotland, I decided to live in Glasgow and teach French to Primary, KS3, IB, GCSE and Adults. Generally, I ask what students want to work and the axes of improvement on which they want to work.
Hi, I'm an experienced primary school teacher who has spent the last 22 years working across the primary age range. I'm used to getting good results including with children who have EAL and additional needs. I will ensure my teaching is tailor-made to be as unique as you are.
I pride myself in tailoring lessons to the interests of the child to ensure they gain the most out of their sessions. I make learning fun and engaging and ensure the child feels at ease. I prefer to assess children on an individual basis, discussing with them what they would like help with whilst also discussing needs with parents.
My teaching method is slow, steady learning. This allows both myself and the student to track the progress being made, and allow room for improvement. I have found that this method has allowed the student being taught to clearly see where mistakes are being made and how to remedy them.
I approach a topic as a problem solving mission that we both work on together for a successful outcome. I put myself in the same position as the learner and respect their unique individuality. There is no such thing as failure. If you don't fail then you will not learn anything apart from complacency and arrogance. If you try, you are already a success.
I am a Qualified Primary School Teacher who has experience teaching ages 5-11. With significant experience in teaching a range of subjects as prescribed by the National Curriculum as well as some subjects outside of the NC. These include English, Maths, Phonics, Science, Music, Art, Geography. History. I have knowldge and experiecne of a range of reading and phonics schemes.
In keeping with my Classical background, I am primarily a Socratic teacher: I see my role as to model the thought process that the student should internalise in order to think for herself. This means guiding the student to ask ever-deeper questions of the subject material, and to assess her own understanding.
I start by listening to both parents and pupils about what they hope to get out of tutoring and it's also useful if I can see a school report. I plan tutoring sessions to be varied, interesting and fun, using a mixture of paper, computer and game based activities. My principal aim is to build my pupils' confidence so that they feel happy to tackle learning with me, at home and also at school.
I am an English specialist that can help you or your child to improve in this core subject. **Please note: for adult learners I am only able to accept female students (this does not apply to children).
I teach in my individual class approximately 20 students in my class. I would prefer to teach KS1 students only. I make my own materials for them. I teach them in a friendly & fun loving behaviour. Basic understanding of how children develop and learn.
I am animated and passionate about teaching. For the younger child I use lots of songs and visual aids, making their learning fun. The older child will be taught through lots of repetition and practice. If preparing for exams, sample questions are also used.
I have experience with teaching young children of up to 8 years. I use encouragement and praise to help them achieve to their best, giving them my individual and undivided attention and focusing on their specific needs. If you have concerns about a particular area of your child's learning, you can inform me and I can tailor my teaching to concentrate on that area.
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