My teaching style is relaxed and interactive. I find the input of students the most important factor within my classes. I’m used to standing in front of the classroom and I like to challenge people to reach their full potential.
My teaching methodology is [most of the time] up to students level of learning. I always ask students suggestions and consider their demands. I usually prefer power point and going through reading sometimes but this may change if student have a better offer..
I offer friendly tuition tailored to individual needs, whether it be building confidence in a particular area of academia or providing help with essay and comprehension skills. I aim to give students the skills and confidence to tackle issues as well as developing their interest in the subject to further their learning.
I believe that good teaching and learning is based upon: 1) developing understanding of subject matter through critical thinking and enquiry 2) developing self-belief, self-confidence and self-expression 3) combining the above with independent study. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I work in most aspects of management and social sciences, from foundation degree to PhD.
TUTORING EXPERIENCE For 3 years, during my graduate studies I tutored philosophy to first and second-year students at the University of Cape Town (Introduction to Philosophy; Ethics; and Business Ethics), and for one year I tutored a course for third-year students of the Economics department (Applied International Trade Bargaining).
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My teaching methods are very simple and straight forward at first, to lay a strong foundation. Then I like to engage with the student to find out what areas of English they would like to improve in or learn.
I tutor GCSE humanity subjects (History, English and Geography). My teaching method as an essay based tutor is to make concise notes on each topic and note key events/dates. Once the necessary knowledge has been covered then I like to focus on exam technique. Watching videos can be very beneficial aswell, especially for visual learners.
My teaching method is perfect for those who depend on one on one sessions. I like to identify from the student a specific area and then delve into a variety of specifics and details that are relevant to their question. I typically will ask them to answer some questions verbally to see if they understand what I've been talking about.
I base my teaching around my students' style of learning. Whether that be lecture style auditory or interactive learning, they're all manageable. I aim for my lessons to be fun, but also educational.
The lessons I provide will match your syllabus, but I encourage students to push themselves further, so they are not only able to pass their exams, but most importantly become better historians. History is not a difficult subject, but is often made complicated by a single style of teaching, however students need to try out a multitude of methods to find out which way works out best.
I'm a firm believer in establishing a really strong relationship with a tutee. Honesty and a bit of humour is key to this. I know how much difference sitting in a classroom with a teacher whose company you actually enjoy makes. Key to my teaching technique is reviewing past-papers in anticipation of upcoming questions.
I give lessons to primary and secondary students; also to students who are about to start their AS levels and want to get ahead. My lesson structures usually consist of the student choosing a topic to begin and slowly giving them information about the topic, making sure they understand the content at each stage. I usually end my sessions with practice questions to ensure understanding.
Hi! Thanks for looking at my page. I'm an experienced and thorough teacher who has a passion for his subject and ensuring that his students perform to the best of their ability. - Which subject(s) do you teach? My specialist subject is German History in the twentieth century (I am happy to offer tuition to MA level) but I am able to offer tuition in any period up to A-Level.
I believe best teaching method is through conversation and asking challenging questions. My approach is adaptable based on student's best way of learning. I am a good listener and successful at creating an interesting and safe environment for learning.
My teaching technique involves: - Bringing history to life with concrete, real-world examples - Helping students in Analysis and evaluation of sources - Helping students analyse and evaluate different interpretations of historical events - Analysis of similarity and differences, causes and effects of important events.
My teaching method would consist of a series of presentations, each condensing particular subjects within politics. I would comprise regular, short test questions, identifying the subjects my tutee struggles with, to ensure that these are the primary focus of the following sessions - a technique which hugely assisted me throughout A level examinations.
I like to tailor my lessons as much as possible to the individual student - they are the boss after all. My strategy to get success is focussing lessons around exam questions, but I make sure to try and engage my students in the material and try to relate it to everyday life. Interested students are much more likely to get better grades after all.
My teaching approach encourages the student to come up with their own solutions to the academic problems they face. It focusses on developing the student's critical thinking skills and preparing them to excel independently as they progress with their education.
While studying this very qualification myself, I developed an effective system of various highly beneficial resources. This includes online tools, notes, books, quizzes, revision guides etc., which have been praised by several examiners of the OCR specification. My approach is uniquely tailored to the new specification of exams which is radically different.
My teaching method is based on the fact that I have always learnt best from peers, and that is what I wish to offer.
I approach each topic by first of all identifying any problems or difficulties that a student may have in understanding a given aspect of the topic. This may range from a clarification- elaboration of a point.
I love tutoring A-Level students, particularly in Politics and Law. I teach Law very methodologically, using mostly flowcharts, past mark schemes and exemplary essays to assist my students in learning the orderly process of a good legal essay.
My teaching method is tailored to each student, I believe each student learns differently so I make it a priority to learn what the best and most effective way for my student is and tailor my approach and lesson plan as needed.
I offer a student-centred service, and am flexible to host sessions that meet the individual needs of each of my students. Generally speaking, I would ask students to submit the work that they wish to work on in advance. I will then provide written feedback prior to the session, and we will use the tutoring session to go through the feedback and highlight areas to improve.
During the sessions, you will help to decide what areas we cover. Only you know what you understand and what you need more in-depth help with, so never feel shy about asking me to go back over a certain topic, or even explain it in a different way. I know from personal experience that everyone learns differently, so if you need me to use another approach, I will.
I would identify the specific areas that the sudent is struggling with, and work from there. I would give the student a greater understanding of the concepts, as well as working on essay writing techniques. Moreover, I hope to boost the student's confidence and interest in the subject.
The main component of my teaching style consists incorporating real life context to my lessons. I have seen that this method of teaching allows students to apply what they already know to a topic so the new information is easy digestible. It also works in their favour as they are able to have up to date example to use in exams to corroborate their argument.
I base my classes on individual ability, skills and interest. I try to make education interesting and fun, without it being too demanding so that the students learn to learn, and not learns blindly. It is important for me that the student understands what they are learning, and not just finishing their work.
I am excited to teach everyone, from absolute beginners to the master's level. I am supportive and believe in "deep learning"-- finding the connections between ideas that make work meaningful. My style is conversational and personable. You have the potential to learn. We will work together to discover it.
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