My teaching method is fundamentally collaborative. The pupil and I will identify the areas which need the closest attention and work together to create a comprehensive overview of their subject in accordance with the curriculum and exam specifications. The most important thing a pupil can take away from our sessions is a growing sense of confidence in their ability to master the subject.
Relaxed but structured teaching tailored to suit your goals Tutoring up to degree level including dissertation support I can offer support within all areas of psychology including SPSS Either one off lessons or block booking Flexible on location across London and Surrey (I am based in Kingston)
My teaching methodology is much more excellent when am in class or when I talk to someone face to face
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.
I have just graduated university with a Upper second class Bachelors degree in Psychology. I have 11 A-C GCSE's and 3 A-Levels in Psychology, Biology and Photography. I aim to tailor tutoring sessions around the individual, making them fun and enjoyable for all levels of education.
I am currently a Psychology undergraduate student, teaching Psychology up to A Level as well as other subjects to varying levels. I teach in a student led manner; taking the time to understand how best the student learns then preparing lessons and exercises accordingly.
The classes will focus on a wide range of Western and non-Western philosophic texts and explore different methods and themes of philosophy. The student will gain the following skills through the course of the classes: - Reading and analysing philosophic texts. - Writing philosophic texts and articles. - Applying philosophical methods and concepts to real world event and affairs.
As a student, I understand the pressure's of school and sixth form, I have just finished my A levels (Government and Politics, Biology and Psychology) and am going to Birmingham university to do Psychology in September. I am predicted A's in my subjects and I think I have good revision strategies and learning tips to help other students succeed in these subjects.
Recently graduated with a 2:1 (in psychology) from a Russel Group, top 6th University. Currently doing a Masters in Clinical and Health Psychology, aspiring to be a Doctor. I have a strong background in Psychology, Mathematics, Statistics, French, Religious studies, Philosophy and History. I have 8 months experience of tutoring children from ages 5-18, roughly 18 hours a week.
I teach all levels of students from all backgrounds, even with language difficulties. I can teach in groups aswell as individually. First an assesment is made according to their educational level and then targets are structured to act as guided plan. Alot of support is available at any time.
During my time at University, I spent a significant amount.of time supporting and tutoring other students on my course. I enjoy being able to help other students and specialise in being able to link theory with practice. I am a mum of four children aged 3-11 and so spend a lot of my time supporting and enriching their learning at home.
The best approach to teaching is to supply your students with the belief that they are able to succeed if they put their mind, efforts and hard work into something. My classes are oriented by the student and areas in which they are struggling in but, I provide the support and aid to help them and highlight key areas for improvement.
Having only just finished sixth form, I am very familiar with how tedious GCSE and A-Levels can be.
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.
Hello, I am young, dynamic Research Psychologist at a major London University, I provide Psychology tutoring for GCSE - A-level psychology. I am also available for discussions on Undergraduate work. My Main research field is Cognitive Psychology, but I am interested in tutoring Social, Forensic and Health Psychology - I am equally able to tutor methods and applied papers and coursework.
I am currently a Health Psychology MSc Student with 2 years of tutoring experience in Psychology up to degree level. I am also a qualified Psychology teacher and therefore, well versed with the various exam boards and syllabus'. I adapt to student's needs in relation to how well they study and use their strengths as a means to revise and learn new information.
I will employ a combination of visual and acoustic learning, as well as various memory techniques. I have a lot of experience helping peers write essays, revise for exams and do the best they can to get the optimum grades. I also have experience helping those with learning difficulties.
My teaching method aims to break larger concepts down to the core concepts, and put them in everyday context. Depending on the exact subject and level of help needed, I also support concepts with research, and show you how to critically analyse this.
I'm currently studying towards a degree in psychology, and have a proven track record in getting good grades in my GCSE's. i will take the time with each child or teenager, explain things through clearly, give them helpful tasks so they can understand their topic more clearly and lead them in the right direction to be able to gain full knowledge of the module or subject they're on.
I'm a gap year student and I recently finished my A-levels with grades A*AAA in Sociology, Psychology, English Literature and Media Studies. I'm a keen and understanding tutor who is willing to go at your pace to make sure you achieve the grades you desire.
I am an aspiring Psychologist and would like to share my knowledge and passion for the subject with others. At AS Level, I achieved A* in Psychology and an A in Sociology - currently, with four months left, my predictions are the exact same.
We will work through the make schemes and learn how to adapt your essay questions to tick all the boxes whilst learning extra knowledge a long the way!
I have taught in Further Education and Sixth Form Colleges. My teaching method is to encourage students to be active participants in their own learning and educaton through discussions, research and choosing examples that are relevant and interesting to the Learner.
My teaching method is based on the pupils preference of learning. I value the importance of finding the right studying method for each pupil. I feel that practice is very important and the key to learning and so exercises will be part of my teaching.
My teaching method is getting to know my students first, finding out their strengths and weaknesses and coming to an understanding of how best to help and support them. I believe everyone learns at a different pace and what works for one, might not work for the other. Based on that, I try my best to adapt my teaching method to each student's needs.
My approach to teaching is to work with the student to find a way that they work best whilst also providing top quality resources and support. To get the best results in exams I think a thorough understanding of the specification is necessary but so is familiarity with how exam questions can be worded and knowing how to perfectly structure answers, so this is what I like to focus on in sessions.
A happy student is a successful learner! I am a lecturer who has previously taught students at level 1 to level 4. I believe in interactive methods of teaching, incorporating digital teaching methods where ever possible. Rapport will be created to ensure that the lessons will be based on the students needs and desires.
My teaching method is lecture style, as this is the best way to learn content. It will be broken into the modules of the A Level OCR course, where notes can be taken to supplement previous knowledge. We may also draft ideal essay plans.
Psychology is one of the most interesting sciences - and I'm here to help you to understand it. As a Psychology student, I'll help you understand the theories with personal guidance, as well as breaking down each psychological study into its simplest components - so that you can have a better understanding of how everything works together.
I teach with love and passion. I will use techniques that will guarantee that you will learn the material in the most effective way.
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