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.
I'm an online tutor of the Social Sciences, including Sociology and Psychology. I have three degrees, Qualified Teacher Status and over twelve years of teaching & tutoring experience. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Sociology: GCSE, iGCSE, A level, undergraduate. Psychology: GCSE, A level, undergraduate. UCAS application advice and support.
I have wide experience of teaching students from a wide range of different nationalities in London, for example: Russian, European, Indian, Taiwanese, Chinese, Middle-East, American, Latin American and African. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I have past & present experience of teaching Finance, Accounting , Economics and Business management - Tell me about your qualifications.
Super Specialist Nat'l Award Winning Doctorate Certified Expert in HRM, MBA, CIPD, Entrance Exams & ADD/ADHD/Dyslexia. National Award rec'g teaching 11546 + students to 100% A* assured excellence. Fully Insured & qualified - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach A Level English, 11+ exam and 13+ exam.
I am looking to utilise my experiences in education to support children and young people with their academic achievement and social and emotional development. I am available for one off sessions, and short and long term bookings.
I believe I am a patient, encouraging and supportive tutor. I consistently communicate with my students and their parents or carers to ensure they receive the exact tuition they require. As a tutor I believe in fostering confidence, independence and critical thinking in my students- encouraging them to always take responsibility for their own learning.
Formerly a university lecturer and a fully qualified teacher (PGCE). I am currently a junior partner in an educational centre, teaching A level Psychology, GCSE Biology/English and preparation for 11+ and 13+. I have a proven track record of success. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Psychology, English, Biology, Health & Social Care, Sociology - Tell me about your qualifications.
Hi! My name is Harrie Lyons and I am 21 years old. I believe actions speak louder than words, so I have offered money back to any student not satisfied with their first lesson. So far I haven't had to give back anything! - Which subject(s) do you teach? Any humanities or essay based subject.
I have been teaching secondary for 25 years, tutoring for 22. I am a progressive dyslexia teacher, I encourage the pupil to gain better marks by setting a challenge to their ability, then taking them through it so that they become more confident.
I am comfortable teaching GCSE, AL and University Students (on a psychology degree - optional module choice may require discussion). I have an approach to teaching that focuses on the individual's capacity and requirements.
My teaching method is simple. I first take a test of the students to understand which areas they need more help with and then start working on those topic each one at a time. I make sure that my students have fully understood a lesson or a topic by conducting mini tests at the end of each session.
My teaching method is extremely personable. I aim to take topics that are potentially intimidating, dismantle them into their core components and build upwards, allowing the student to construct a visual representation of the topic which I feel is essential to the learning process.
I ensure that the student understands the study skills techniques needed to complete assignments at an advanced level. Not everyone aces their first few assignments but I will provide you with concrete information about what you did well and teach you specific techniques to improve your assignments next time.
I work hard to understand my students’ interests, strengths, and abilities so that I can form a strong, functional relationship with them. I am kind and friendly, as I like my students to feel comfortable enough to ask me questions and approach me if they feel hesitant or are struggling with a particular topic or concept.
I like to start off looking at basic content required for a topic as those basic units tend to create the bigger aspects of a topic. I teach A Level psychology students. My techniques involve practising essays (as they’re worth 16 marks in a paper) , developing acronyms or phrases to help remember key pieces of information etc.
In order to do well in exams, one must always keep a close eye on the syllabus and as such, I base my lesson plans closely upon this, taking a methodological approach to the course content.
My teaching method is simple and would involve some detailed explanations about the concept. I truly believe that it is very important to know your basics properly in order to master the subject, it is something I would be emphasising upon.
I help students really understand the complex theoretical issues in Psychology. I have a particular emphasis on mark schemes and effective revision routines. I also have a wide range of custom revision resources to give students, including notes and original practice exams.
I am looking to teach GCSE and A Level/IB students who are studying psychology. Lesson structure would be based purely on the curriculum they are learning, as having studied psychology at IB and at degree level, I know that exams/coursework style can vary.
I`m passionate about learning and knowledge, as well as about the diverse ways to learn and the different directions a subject can be approached from. I believe my suitability for tutoring is much enriched by this, and by my realisation that everything is fun and interesting.
I like to use methods that reinforce memory and understanding. This includes flow diagram exercises, memory flash cards and use of past exam papers to learn the technique to answering difficult question papers. I also like to begin with basics before moving on to more difficult material at the pace of the student to ensure maximum learning.
My teaching method is making colourful and interesting notes and answering exam questions, as well as solidifying knowledge and understanding.
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.
I use psychological principles to inform the way I teach, such as those I’ve learnt through cognitive psychology (memory, learning, decision making) and clinical psychology (personal styles, barriers to study). I try to pick up on underlying challenges that a student is having with their work, so that they can not just improve their current work but continue to improve their future work.
I can offer extra support for students, breaking down any module in psychology, into a concise and easy to learn experience. I can do this through presentations, academic research handouts and enabling the student to gain familiarity with the modular content, through mock exam preparation and research skills enhancements.
My teaching method is that of individualisation. We are all different so why should teaching be the same. I access the strengths and weaknesses of my students and develop their areas they need more work on to ensure they excel in their subjects.
Simply if children are able to invest in the idea of learning, there is no limit to what they can achieve. I implement this in the classroom, engaging students with the content and ensuring that they actively process the information. I do this by introducing creative mechanisms and games to gain this investment and motivation.
I am extremely passionate about the subject of Psychology, with a particular interest being in Child development and social psychology. Having studied Psychology myself, i am aware of techniques and strategies necessary for retaining information. I take a creative, hands-on approach, ensuring each lesson is tailored to your needs, interests and unique learning style.
I am a highly experienced professional tutor who is passionate about making learning enjoyable, as well as intellectually stimulating and thought provoking. Guiding students to unlock their full potential and achieve the results they are capable of is one of my primary focuses.
My aim is not only that of helping students achieve their academic goals, but also that of teaching transferrable and enduring study-skills; as a result I tailor each teaching program to the strengths and weaknesses of the single student. Furthermore, I am used to providing a wide variety of teaching aids such as conceptual maps, bibliographies and sample essays/model answers.
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