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.
I like to try and help wherever possible, and can be available to help over night, early mornings and late evenings as well. I take into account how you can handle and cope with certain things and always let you be in control of what you would like to do/learn.
An enthusiastic, approachable teacher from the Litchfield area ready to inspire children/students to be confident in maths. Enabling them to access and pass their maths exams. It's all about resilience and confidence. Let's start learning through videos and diagrams to improve the understanding. Can't isn't an option.
I work on a "find fault and fix" methodology after the learner has completed a Initial and diagnostic assessment. I work with individual learners at their pace, seeking to overcome their "obstacles" to understanding and mastery of mathematics. The learner is at the centre of my approach to teaching/tutoring.
my best methods are being an ear for your problems and giving vocal and some academic support for those who struggle with dealing with school I can help you to try and incorporate in classes with methods that were taught to me in high school as well as my own personal coping mechanisms. I can help with self-confidence and try to mingle with the school environment.
I believe that simply with a lot of patience, getting to know the child and taking the time to build a positive relationship as well as using various learning strategies you can support the child to get the most out of their learning.
I like to try and make my lessons suited to each individual person and as interactive as possible, through different mediums, writing, drawing, using objects, different methods of technology that works best for the student.
I have 30+ years of teaching experience across all age ranges. I am pupil focused which means my teaching is tailor-made to suit the abilities and learning styles of each pupil, essential for those who find learning that extra bit harder. I'm patient, fun, motivating, supportive and creative in my lesson design to bring out the best in each pupil.
I have a relaxed approach which allows you to work at your own pace. I am a Support Worker who has patience and confidence to help you succeed in whatever you are trying to do.
Each person is individual which means each lesson is individual. Some may be good at reading for example but be poor in comprehension. I've seen this many times and it takes a lot of patience and hard work from the student but they can get there. I need to understand how the individual works and see what support I can give them.
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.
I offer leasons on all subjects (english, maths, art, etc) to young people, as well as life skills. I can use sign-along and PECS where required. I am very patient and will work on the child's terms but will push them to achieve what they are capable of. I am also trained in CAMHS.
My name is Maria and I have a degree in English Literature and Special Educational Needs.
I have been a qualified teacher since 2006. I am currently working for a charity, supporting children with disabilities to access schools or Further Education at college. Previous to this I was a Year 1 teacher, ICT coordinator and Deputy Child Protection Officer.
Our teaching is friendly, experienced and professional. We use the latest online classroom technology. Classes are timetabled and structured and are video recorded daily. This means lessons can be watched again and again at any time. This means students need never miss a class or worry that they have forgotten what the teacher said - just watch it again.
As a passionate and enthusiastic individual; I believe I can deliver a wide range of different learning experiences, which are enjoyable but also meet the learning goals. It has always fascinated me how different people learn and develop; making a difference to the learner on their journey through the different educational stages is the most important role I can fulfil.
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.
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 methodology is solely based on the needs on each child individually. Working at my current school, I have developed the ability to create individual lesson plans which are directed at each of my pupils needs, ensuring their individual needs are met as well making them fun and engaging. However based on the needs of each child, the lesson strategy may differ- e.g.
Teaching methodology depends on personal needs, each individual has to be assessed and taught in a manner that suits them best.
My teaching methods cover all areas of learning, to suit the students preferred style learning style: Visual, Auditory, and Kinesthetic (VAK). By adapting my methodology I am able to differentiate each lesson I deliver, which in turn allows to student(s) to reach their full potential.
I have a Bachelor on Primary Education from University of Athens and a Master on Special Educational Needs from University of East London. Now I will start a Master at UWS. Also i have experience working as a Special Education Assistant with Pupils with Asperger, ADHD, Dyslexia and Leanrning Difficulties.
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.
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 have just finished my GCSEs and am going to 6th form college in September. I live in West Sussex (near Haywards Heath/Ardingly). I tend to help students to revise and learn facts in picture form, as opposed to reading. I am patient and have a strong passion for helping others to succeed. I am a very visual learner and sometimes kinetic techniques also work for me.
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.
Hello everyone, I'm here to teach you any subject you are wanting or needing to learn. I work up to secondary school level. I definitely do NOT agree with boring! Let me know your subject and disability/mental health and I will not only teach you but support you and help with any tips and tricks to ease your disability or mental health.
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.
I tutor students at all levels in English and Maths. My special area is learning difficulties and I work with student that have a range of barriers to overcome. My focus is to teach students in the style that they learn best. My position of teaching one to one allows me to build personalised learning programmes to facilitate independent learning.
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