I have found that the best approach to teaching is to know what exactly the student knows and understands. What are their strengths and weaknesses. Afterwards I can create a method of instruction dedicated to that student. I usually give lessons to other university students, particularly those in lower years than I. However I believe I could also help college students doing A-Levels.
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.
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 provide GCSE level Sociology tutoring. I got an A in my sociology GCSE exam, now studying it at A levels. My lessons consist of working with the student by going through their syllabus and their weaknesses- this will include Practising exam techniques and questions, making sure they achieve the best grades possible.
I believe students should be encouraged to assess their progress and understanding regularly to fully comprehend the level they are working at and how we can work to improve this. I think that students should be confident in their learning and be open when asking for any help and guidance so that they can attain their academic goals and do their personal best.
Going through each topic individually and using them in an essay structure. Verbal teaching is another technique.
I am a trained social pedagogue and aim to use Kolb’s learning cycle to ensure information is retained but also critical thinking is developed
I am a very experienced tutor, with years of experience and training in teaching at one of the world's leading educational institution - the University of Oxford.
- Third Year Sociology University Student - Teaching GCSE & A Level Sociology (AQA) - I am friendly, kind, patient, outgoing and motivated, always willing to help others. - I have previous experience in teaching AS Sociology to students in a school. - I teach via webcam but willing to travel to students homes too. - I also can help with exam preparation.
I am educated to postgraduate level in Social Sciences from one of the UK's top universities and am a Qualified Teacher of History, Sociology and Citizenship. I facilitate students to be 'active learners' who are able to engage with and take responsibility for their own learning.
There is an issue in today's society that children memorise work and do not learn as it's structured in their mind.
I have an infectious interest in my subject, an affable personality and an insatiable appetite for knowledge. I work closely with students to evolve strategies to improve their academic self-sufficiency, developing the curricula and producing creative and exciting lesson plans accordingly.
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.
I focus on revision based work with an emphasis on consolidation so that we may give each section the necessary attention and by going through past papers the learner can become well acquainted with the structure of the paper and perform to the best of their ability.
I can give lessons to mainly GCSE and AS Level students who are studying sociology and need extra help with their studies. I can give a calm and friendly approach to the subject that I am very very passionate about.
I am an A-Level student currently studying biology,philosophy and sociology.I give lessons to students in secondary schools located in West London.I will go over topics you are struggling with or teach completely new topics with mini tests at the end of each lesson.
My teaching method for KS1 and KS2 is one hour for maths and the second hour for English. I will be giving worksheets and work books to practise. Every week homework will be given. Which will be marked and feedback will be given. There will be diary for the parents to check their progress and homework. For sociology students they will be focusing on long essay answers.
I am a kind, committed and reliable tutor who has a strong track record of getting superb results. I specialise in helping children to prepare for the 11+ and Common Entrance exams. I'm also the author of Clever Comprehension and 11+ Vocabulary. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Entrance exams for private and grammar schools including the 5+, 7+, 11+ & 13+ exams.
I teach topic wise. Let’s say, we will be focusing on every topic paper/exam wise.
I am currently completing my PhD and have taught students from school to masters level. I am a firm believe in developing both content knowledge and academic skills. I place an emphasis on developing competencies and approaches to learning that should eventually result in more empowered learning.
I am a PhD student in London focusing on Ancient Greek Military History and offering courses to anyone interested in Ancient Greece from school to university level. I encourage interactive courses with pleasant and constructive discussions over a one sided monologue, but can accommodate any student's requirements.
Hi there! I'm a graduate in History from the University of Roehampton, an award-winning London University.
I have experience in a wide range of humanities subjects (English and History A-level, and taking modules in history, politics, philosophy and sociology at university) and can tailor my lessons towards a specific subject, or towards more general skills which are useful across subjects, such as essay structure and exam technique.
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.
An experienced teacher from Australia with three degrees (Bteach, B Arts & Grad Certificate) with specialties in Geography, Drama, Religious Studies and Modern History. I believe every student has specific needs, and therefore no two lessons are the same. Expect the lesson to be tailored towards your specific needs with enough guidelines and support mixed with challenge to continue improving.
- Classes Children follow a programme, the starting point being determined by an initial assessment. The basic programme is Maths & English - from number recognition to GCSE algebra. It includes topics such as shape, time, measurement, area/perimeter, series, etc. We will also help with applied topics as required.
I prepare notes for my students to take away and use for exam revision and also create lessons that are interactive and lots of discussions as well as practicing past exam papers. I give my students advice and tips on how to answer the more longer and complex questions as well as going through assignments given from colleges.
I am a kind and friendly 20 year old history student, looking to teach from primary level up to A-level. My lessons are fun and interactive and will make my students passionate about learning and working hard to achieve the best results they possibly can.
My lessons will reflect GCSE or a level content and will flow along what the pupil needs help with.
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.
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