My teaching method is essentially based on powerpoint and going through the readings together sometimes. However, I am quite flexible about teaching method since each has a unique level of understanding and learning. Considering this, I open to various teaching method based on the student's suggestion.
I have a passion for teaching and working with children. I had a very hard time in school struggling with ADD and dyscalculia while trying to maintain good grades, until in my sophomore year I was lucky enough to work with an amazing teacher who changed the way I worked and studied and made school much easier for me.
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 offer lessons to anyone who wants to find out more about social sciences in history and in today's world. I try to make my lessons interesting and understandable for everyone. I am very patient and I understand that everyone learns in different ways.
Hey, I'm an undergrad student offering lessons to GCSE students and AS Level students. My teaching style is based on the belief we are all sociologists! We must learn and grow within our selves in order to grasp the know-how to pass exams confidently. My Lessons will focus on helping you become more confident as a sociologist.
I teach to GCSE and A Level students and I LOVE to have fun while teaching - if that is creating spoken word or even a song to help you learn I will do. There is no set structure, whatever you would like me to go over I will do.
I have a degree in business studies (M.B.A specialized in HR) and I have been in the teaching industry for a very long time. I can teach business related subjects which have been mentioned in my profile.
My way of teaching the content is firstly by asking general questions in relations to the topic. Then, I give a few points and go in-depth with those points. After learning the content, I would go through multiple exam questions to ensure the knowledge is absorbed.
I use active learning in my teaching. I have experience teaching tutorials to undergraduates, in which I explain difficult concepts at length and unpack them with the student through practical application of theory to news items / examples from everyday life. I also use object-learning and visualisation techniques.
I teach using a range of different methods which will hep you arrive at the same answer. It will be your decision to explore and choose which one you like. For example, creating presentations, resources, doing time based exercises or group talks. The important thing is that my lessons will be tailored to your sociology exam syllabus.
My degree at UCL is a Bachelor of Science and a Bachelor of Art. I have broad knowledge on statistics or anatomy about the brain as much as I have knowledge on theories about the human behaviour. My grades range around 2:1, and I have been studying modules from "Research Methods and Statistics" to "Developmental Psychology", including "Philosophical Research" and "Cognitive Psychology".
I usually give lessons to a wide range of degree levels from primary school to university level. I base my class on what the student is currently doing and where the student is struggling. Furthermore I am a calm and patient person and fit in with the time my students need.
I approach each topic based by thematic patterns, and emphasize geography and topography of each region that heavily ties into each conflict. I also teach from the Gestalt method--teaching from experience, and emphasizing understanding. I am lenient and fair, and challenge students to think for themselves.
When working with students towards an exam or an assessment I think there are three particular areas of importance that need to be properly tackled. Firstly, ensuring student confidence in and understanding of the subject matter and course content itself. Secondly, the development of academic skills such as essay writing, and critical reading and evaluation.
I have a student-centered approach to teaching where the student and teacher have an equally active role in the learning process. I like to break down information and come up with fun and easy ways to understand and remember it and tailor my teaching to each individual.
I am a highly qualified and experienced tutor over a range of subjects. I teach in colleges and universities in London and a private tutor.I have students all over London and Scotland, via online and Skype.
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.
I have completed one year at university studying Psychology as well as a single foundation year at Kensington and Chelsea Art College. In my everyday work I run recovery courses for adults with mental health problems and learning difficulties which has allowed me to develop a strong sense of compassion and patience in my teaching.
My teaching method is very hands on and practical. I bring a lot of energy and passion for the subjects I teach. From primary basics, through to intellectually stimulating A-level contents. Starting very lesson with what you know, and ending every lesson with what you now know.
Best example I can give for RE/RS/Philosophy and ethics is to first go over the topic in detail for knowledge, then break the topic down to a few key points like, main idea, founder, quotes and examples. I would then go over how you would approach an exam question on the topic.
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