Oliver Delgaram-Nejad is an interdisciplinary (psycholinguistics) PGR at Manchester Metropolitan University. His PhD research examines the composite language and communication phenomena of schizophrenia, as relative to figurative language processing, using experimental psycholinguistic methods; his master's dissertation focused on paralinguistics: blended displays (i.e.
I am an experienced teacher who has taught Learning Support (LS), Special Educational Needs (SEN) and English As and Additional Language (EAL) , Primary and Secondary curriculums and learning support. I have 23 years experience and have taught as an online tutor for 4 years too.
I will discuss this with students in the introductory half an hour: - whether the student requires a brainstorming of ideas for their application; - suggestions as to the content of their piece of writing; or - proofreading of the application at various stages. I am happy to meet in person, discuss their application via telephone or skype, or contact via email correspondence.
My background is in theatre so I am experienced as a drama teacher as well as a tutor and so I am able to find new and unique ways to make the syllabus engaging. I am good at adapting and tailoring my approach to each individual child as I believe this is the best way to make the most out of private tuition.
Flexible approach to suit the students needs, my methods include using past paper practice, taking direct questions from the student, explaining new topics, reviewing old concepts as well as teaching tricks and shortcuts. I prepare students for Wandsworth Year 6 Tests.
I am an experienced SEN tutor who has previously worked with children and young people with a variety of different needs; particularly with individuals who present with SEMH (Social, Emotional and Mental Health) needs and ASD. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I tutor in literacy and numeracy in addition to study skills and exam preparation (including stress-reducing mindfulness activities).
I have been working in education as an academic or language mentor since completing my A-Levels in 2012. I do have experience of teaching classes and small groups, but I most enjoy working on a one-to-one basis. I find this is the best model for communicating and consolidating knowledge, as well as, crucially, ensuring academic skills are practiced and refined.
I use the problem based learning module that has proven to be pivotal to all age groups no matter the academic strength of the student.
From the convenience of your home or dorm get help with assignments, essays, and exams in every subject when and as you need it. We also offer SAT, ACT, and AP test preparation as well as coaching assistance through every step of the college admissions process. Take the stress and mystery out of your journey to the world's best universities. We support your application every step of the way.
I make sure my student don't only love studying but also enjoys it. I m a bachelor degree holder. Teaching since 8 years. Love teaching and passionate about helping the students to achieve what they wish in life. Love making a friendly relation with the student so that communication between us is easy and smooth.
These classes are more support-based than my other classes which are predominantly centred around teahing English at whatever degree is appropriate for you. As a disabled man, any disability you have will not sway or stymy my support or teaching of you - and I would be grateful forthe opportunity to do either or both.
I am currently studying English in the IB Diploma alongside other subjects. Though my teaching style is adaptive to the student, I like to focus on an interactive approach. This includes the use of activities in the process to encourage students to learn with initiative.
My teaching methods are unique. I am just really good at helping anyone learn. I base my lessons on the individual needs and tailor my teaching style accordingly. My lessons are fun, fast and relevant. I always draw on the student's interests and hobbies which is intrinsic to any learning pathway.
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.
I have a varied experience teaching and supply teaching which are based upon planning lessons in order to progress children understanding and knowledge of the primary curriculum. I offer an elicitation task to begin with which highlights areas in which children are struggling with before progressing forward to teach certain areas/topics in order to gain a confident understanding.
Teaching has to be driven by assessment. Finding out what the student knows, and how they learn is the best way to personalise the instruction. Lessons then are tailored to ensure that student makes progress, while learning how to capitalise on their unique strengths and learning style.
I haven a degree in Drama , Psychology and History . I carried on to achieve my teaching degree and then an MA in education . I love solving a problem and help students to find strategies to solve their own academic struggles or just to improve.
Young Spanish Primary Education teacher offering afterschool classes to Primary Education students.The methodology I usually use is "Learning by playing", I like students to discover things on their own, interactive classes, so that they can experiment and see the results by themselves.
I can help you with your course. We will review your course material together to help you succeed in your classes. We will also practice test taking skills to ensure that you will be able to get better scores. I earned my Master's degree and currently pursuing my PhD. Both programs were paid for by scholarships.
Because my parents are Swedish and Danish and I grew up in the USA and France, I am well versed in the literary traditions of different cultures. I believe this sharpens my capacity to perceive ideas from fresh angles, see past the dialectic layers that discourse is often wrapped in. This aptitude has helped me convey ideas simply and engagingly in the past.
I am a BioAnthropology student currently studying at the University of Kent. My teaching style depends very much on the student. Personally I am more of a visual learner so I like to make my style more visual and interactive. I had experience in tutoring before and previously worked with NCS. I am more than happy to discuss any doubts and inquiries you may have so feel free to message me.
My approach is more practical than just pushing down the theories. I like to demonstrate the academic theories and try to build a connect with the day to day lives of children. I like to show visual illustrations and videos to make complex concepts more simple. I make my own simplified notes and pass them out to children for reference.
My teaching method focuses on the individual needs of the student. Every session is tailored to specific needs and aims to maximise success every step of the way. I don’t believe in a one-size fits all approach, and that every student is different. All of my lesson plans are specifically formulated, and I see tutoring as a collaborative activity between student and teacher.
I appreciate that everyone learns in different ways. Some are quicker to grasp concepts than others and it highlights the fact of how important it is to differentiate between individuals. I base my classes on a general input into how I learnt to grasp specific concepts.
I believe in making memorable learning opportunities for all children I teach, I get to know all children really well and teach based on their needs and interests. I have taught forest schools and believe that learning can happen in all environments, including outdoors.
I find that the lessons which have the greatest impact on a child's memory, and therefore whole learning experience, are when there is clear and direct motivation in the topic of learning. I aim to centre my lessons around the interests of a pupil: if the stimulus is there, a child will embrace the challenges and skills that follow with open arms and an open mind.
I have lots of experience working with children and understand how different children can be from each other. I like to think I have a firm but fun approach, and that the children look forward to my company. Most importantly that the children feel safe.
I believe that with the right help and support everyone has the ability to reach their full potential.
Open to support preschool, primary, secondary and undergraduates (please ask for any questions) Various teaching styles-I am excellent at creating visual audio to kinaesthetic teaching, I believe regardless of age having a varied way of learning is most effective! So teaching using sound, imagery and movement.
My teaching method is a combination of Visual (Diagrams, Drawings, written material) and conversational particularly for those wanting to learn English. For younger children I try to incorporate the use of arts and crafts or props or a ‘class companion’. For students with struggles in learning I will assess and arrange a time to discuss how you have learnt best previously.
We have thousands of School Coaching tutors online to help with School Coaching learning.
Find a School Coaching tutor near me to help you or your kids with School Coaching.