Your child will receive one hour of Dyscalculia tuition. I tailor the class to your child's needs and I determine this based on their interests, personality, primary mode of learning (kinesthetic, auditory, visual), ability level and emotional state. I provide a supportive and nurturing environment so that children can feel safe and develop or master their love for learning.
Hi. My name is Elaine and I am a full-time professional tutor. I can help your child close gaps in reading, spelling, writing and Maths in as little as 10 weeks. I offer online lessons and work with home-educated students. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Maths and English. - Tell me about your qualifications. I have a B. Ed. (Hons) degree from Reading University.
It's really simple: I use a variety of activities to stimulate their brain, release the stress and actually enjoy the whole learning process rather than only focusing on achievements. Learning through play and the use of digital resources are integrated in my methodology.
My lessons are based around a student's preferred learning style. I explicitly teach emotional literacy and resilience. I explain the principles of Growth Mind set and teach strategies to develop independent self- organisation.
I like to work with students during the initial meeting which is informal to discuss strengths and any areas they feel that they would like to develop and work on. Each session is prepared in advance at the previous session with the involvement of the student. A lot of the sessions involve visual and interactive work in a relaxed and non formal manner.
By adopting an individual learner based approach it allows the learner to get the most out of each session. Having clear objectives and interactive lessons mean that the learner knows what they are going to get out of each session and have the opportunity to put some of themselves into every topic.
Looking to help primary age children .key stage 2 with specific learning needs in maths, English , reading, handwriting . Phonics sounds And to help build their confidence that is needed in the day to day needs if the child.
My teaching method ranges from person to person, I will offer students a chance to share thoughts and answer questions. Lesson structure will most likely stay the same, unless they need extra support. I will help with different homeworks and explain them thouroughly and patiently.
I base my class upon simple understanding, it usually depends on the ability of the student. My pace is flexible and based on the satisfaction of the student. I believe in practical learning more than just theoretical learning filled with examples.
I like to take my students step by step through what they need to do. I like to explain things to them clearly and reassure them when they are upset or shy or just worried at all. I would like to be able to teach well.
I have experience working with many students with a variety of different learning difficulties. I am able to help with learning about different difficulties as well as explain issues regarding scribing, reading and prompting in examinations. My experience is classroom based and I am informal in my teaching methods, preferring to answer questions rather than teach in a lecture style.
My sessions are personalised depending on the SEN needs of my pupil. I take time to assess and create resources to meet the needs of my learning. I believe in order to teach students with SEN I need to understand their needs and be supportive.
Help your child be the best they can be. All teaching is personalised to each child. A focus on learning through engaging, fun activities. A balance of games and repetition of key skills. Ensuring happiness and positive mental health is nurtured alongside academic success.
Have taught and supported those with dyslexia and behavioural Issues basic maths and English. I engage well with those that struggle to engage with Education.
My teaching method is student centred, I tailor my teaching delivery to my students needs. I use differentiated instruction to help my students achieve the best possible outcomes.
I have a child centred approach. I will spend time getting to know your child and assessing their needs. Iw ill then develop a bespoke programme of activities to support them to make progress and reach their potential.
I use multi-sensory and interactive teaching methods to help students learn according to their own individual styles. I work 1:1 with students and no two lessons are ever the same. If a student needs help with spelling or reading, I will first find out whether the difficulty is visual or auditory or whether it's a question of having missed out some basic learning foundations.
I make everything fun, hands on and active, my aim is to get people learning within them realising they are learning
I teach study skills 1-1, with methods and strategies that suit the individual needs of each student. I encourage them to reach their full potential by building their academic skills. Every student deserves to achieve to the very best of their ability.
I have 20 years of teaching students with either Dyslexia, Autism, ADHD, Aspergers Syndrome and more. I am specialised in my methods using a Multi-sensory approach to learning which can even be reached online. I have a 100% success rate for English.
I offer both 1:1 sessions and group workshops. My tutoring sessions are tailored to suit the individual's goals and abilities. I am an enthusiastic, outgoing and creative teacher and very passionate about teaching students of all ages and abilities - whether it be introducing you to the joy of a new language, or helping to develop your existing linguistic skills to the next level.
I am a Primary teacher currently working closely with children who have been excluded from mainstream schools with behavioural and medical additional needs. I try to be creative in engaging children in their learning. I would like to highlight areas of improvement and then find ways for gradual development of understanding.
I believe that the main problem with ADD and ADHD is in a lack of understanding. It is imperative to learn how to learn and communicate effectively within the academic context to achieve your dreams. Whether you are 4 or 40 you can learn new ways of achieving success. I developed my strategies as an undergraduate studying psychology.
Since becoming qualified, I have taught a range of subjects; English Language and Literature, Media, Cooking, Psychology, Sociology, Child Development and Health and Social Care. I have demonstrated that I am an adaptable individual, who can engage learners and meet the requirements of the exam board to deliver to a range of learners.
My teaching method is tailored to the needs of each individual student. I ensure that I teach children in the way that they learn, and adapt my teaching to fully support their progress and learning. At the beginning of a new topic, I assess the pupils prior knowledge to provide me with the opportunity to assess prior knowledge, and address any prior misconceptions, before continuing with the work.
I work primarily with pupils in KS1 and KS2. I have extensive experience working with pupils who experience difficulties working within a mainstream leaning environment. I am able to inspire and motivate students by developing a good rapport with pupils and enabling them to improve their strengths and encouraging them to develop those areas of learning that they find challenging.
I have self-taught and successfully completed my QCF Level 3 in Supporting Teaching and Learning in Primary schools and A-Level Psychology. I am currently in my second year of university studying Children's Development and Learning. I have a special interest in SEN as I have experience in this industry. I can deliver face:face in the local area, via video call or e-mail.
I can provide support for those with learning difficulties/autism - whether it is skills development such as Maths and English, help with personal statements and CV's or brushing up on your existing knowledge - send me a message and I can see what we can work on together.
I am a patient and caring individual with a burst of enthusiasm. The children within my care come first and I work to the best of my ability to ensure that their learning needs are catered for. I have a degree in Learning Disability studies followed by a Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE). I specialise is learning disabilities but I am a mainstream primary school teacher.
I am a qualified teacher currently teaching in the primary school phase. I specialise in early years and children with special educational needs. I give lessons on such topics to college students and undergraduates. Lessons are often research based to allow you to become independent in your own learning, and I believe that practical opportunities are paramount.
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