I am a warm and animated professional tutor, as well as a first class Russell Group graduate, working for top tutoring agencies in London. - Which subject(s) do you teach? A-level English A-level government and politics A-level philosophy GCSE English KS3 English Primary English 11+ exam - Tell me about your qualifications.
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I see myself to be an approachable tutor who puts the needs of her pupils first. Please feel free to contact me to discuss your child's requirements. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach GCSE and IGCSE English Literature and Language, GCSE, IGCSE and A-level History as well as A-level Politics. - Tell me about your qualifications. I have a degree in English Literary Studies and History.
I am a Fellow at the University of Cambridge with PhD from the University of Oxford. I tutor adults and pupils of all ages. Each session is based on the tutee's individual needs, personality and learning style. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach English literature, English as a Foreign Language, German, Spanish, Social Sciences (e.g. Sociology, Psychology and Politics).
I am an experienced teacher who has taught children and adults a wide range of subjects. I can devise study programmes to help students learn at their own pace and give them a structured lessons that have positive learning outcomes.
My teaching method is interactive and spontaneous, I always focus on the subjects my students wish to study further and plan my lessons according to their level.
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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.
My teaching method is quite flexible: it is whatever the individual requires the most. It does however, always involve going through current topics that they are learning, and using my knowledge to improve their understanding. I ask practise questions, and go through exams and questions continuously to better their knowledge.
I base my classes on enjoying the subject and uncovering students' passions. Also keen to find new ways of teaching parts of Geopolitics rather than just reading and giving my knowledge.
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.
The goals of all my lessons are empowerment and participation. You'll always learn more if you're taking a stand and you have an opinion. The best way to do that is to engage with you on a level. I have never bought the idea that an individual is born intelligent or vice versa. Therefore, our goal is to learn together and empower each other to jump up to our fullest potential.
I am a highly experienced and friendly 11+, GCSE, A-Level and degree level tutor. I have been preparing students for exams for seven years and have learnt how to help each individual get into their choice of secondary school and achieve As and A*s. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach English and Maths for 11+ and 13+ exams. I teach English, Sociology and History GCSE.
As a qualified teacher I work with all exam boards and know exactly how to get you through your exams. Passionate, experienced and flexible. Outstanding results over many years. - Which subject(s) do you teach? AS/ A2 Economics, Politics, History, English Literature, Philosophy, Psychology, Sociology ESOL and adult learners in numeracy and literacy. Music Theory, Piano.
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.
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.
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.
I approach tutoring from a person centred approach, helping people to pinpoint their obstructions to understanding and work through those together. I like to be creative with a subject to create a memorable learning experience but will largely work from the academic criteria set to help students reach their goals.
All-rounder with extensive experience in teaching from ages 5 to 50! - Which subject(s) do you teach? History, Sociology, Politics, English Literature, French, Music, Piano, Violin, and Guitar. - Tell me about your qualifications.
I'm a patient, dedicated and passionate tutor. I have also worked in professional journalism as a writer and producer, as a book editor and in human rights advocacy. I am also an experienced youth facilitator and workshop leader. - Which subject(s) do you teach? English (language & literature,) history and politics. - Tell me about your qualifications.
I believe in order to teach effectively, you need to be patient, understanding and calm. I have used many different methods to learn and memorise content including songs, anagrams, games and visual displays, as well as memory tests and other methods.
- Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Art and Design up to degree level, and History and Politics up to and including A-Level. - Tell me about your qualifications. I have a 1st Class BA(Hons) in Fine Art. I also achieved a Foundation Diploma in Art & Design (Merit), A2 levels History, Politics and Art (all A grade) and As Levels Geography (B) and Photography (A).
I will always give 100% to all of my students, and am fully committed to giving them the best learning experience possible. I encourage a relaxed and friendly approach to tutoring and try to make the learning experience more holistic and productive. Most of my students are long-term which I believe is the best way to ensure that the highest grades are achieved and the most is learnt.
I have recently graduated from the University of Cambridge with a BA in English, and I am now available for high-quality and enthusiastic tutoring in London. - Which subject(s) do you teach? English Literature/English (Levels: Degree, A/AS-level, GCSE, KS3/2), History (A/AS-level, GCSE, KS3/2), Philosophy (A/AS-level), Politics (A/AS-level), Drama (GCSE and below), R.S.
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 method is dialectic: I love to help student explore the subjects themselves which helps them aquire deep understanding of the topic and let's them critically reason about it. However, I consider my biggest strength that I can swiftly find where to student is stuck on the process of understanding and help her/him overcame these occasions barriers.
My teaching method is simple, find a way to make you understand. This could mean the use of white boards, diagrams, visual aids, etc. The most common method I use would be through verbal communication.
I believe in focusing on what the university expects so I will plan sessions based on the module guide and any individual requests the student has. Whilst I offer lessons, we can concentrate on essay work and getting a high grade.
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.
I don't think I am able to define my teaching methodology as I tailor it on the student(s): its taste, desires and needs. I don't have direct experience in tutoring sociology but I've been an ESOL teacher for three years now and also obtained a CELTA certificate.
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