GCSE and A Level Art and Photography: In a relaxed yet focused atmosphere, I aim to build a good working relationship with you, where we look at what has been going on for you and plan together what we will do in order to help you get the grade you are aiming for.
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).
If you engage with me as your tutor you can expect an in depth exploration of how you as an individual can learn most effectively and improve your grades. My students typically raise their grades by 5% and often by 10% I understand frustration and how disabling some learning environments and course structures can be and I know how to tackle these problems.
I am an experienced and enthusiastic SEN and academic tutor, with 6 years' experience working with children and young people in education. I foster an approach centred on developing confidence, self-belief and an autonomous learning style. My tutoring style uses a person centred approach, that enables the student to manage their own learning overtime.
I offer tailored, bespoke lessons based on students' individual needs to ensure that they meet the demands of their course of study. These are based upon a individual learning plans that are devised in collaboration with the students, to focus on their identified needs.
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 have experience working with children of all abilities. I have acquired various teaching strategies over the years which has increased my ability to help children raise their self esteem and confidence levels in order to progress. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach all the subjects I have indicated above.
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.
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.
Having worked in a school for children with a range of SEN, I understand the time and patience needed and how valuable extra support is. Every child is different and learns in a different way. I keep lessons short and concise but regular.
I don't have a set methodology, it's based fully on the student. I try to figure out if the student learns more by writing, reading or listening and consider what kind of work we have to do together.
My teaching method starts by meeting the young people where they are. I understand each student has a unique starting point and we work from there. I am deeply committed to knowing my students as well as I can in order to ensure an outcome which is tailored to their needs.
Hi, I’m Pete, and I’m presently working at Birkdale, travelling to sunny Gainsborough for lots of GCSE poetry and prose ( who can tire of one's anthology of poems? Polite answers only, please), teaching Macbeth, IELTS ( there's always IELTS ), City and Guilds and the Weimar with a student from Sheffield High.
In order for a child to enjoy learning you first of all have to find a reason for them to enjoy it. A hook, A reason. Make learning exciting and children will be excited to learn! Children also need to know and trust the person who is teaching them to be successful. The learner should be at the centre of their own learning.
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.
I try my best to adapt my teaching strategy to who ever needs my help in order to make the subject easier to grasp. I also personalise the lessons in order to tailor them to the students needs whatever they may be.
I have worked with many autistic children and adults and understand that it takes a little more patience and understanding, which some are unwilling to give! I love the English language and also like to help with mathematics, I have time for anyone who needs it. Whatever you need to learn, I will try my best to help.
I am degree qualified & currently provide support & guidance for students with and without learning disabilities such as Autism, Asperger's and Dyslexia. I also provide a proof reading and advice service for undergraduates.
I am positive and patient. I aim to make learning fun and pleasurable. I believe in making lessons interesting and creative in order to engage learning. Each lesson is taylored and bespoke to the individual learning requirements of the student. Different learning techniques are regularly employed.
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 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 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.
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.
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.
My teaching approach is to focus on methods in which the individual understands and relates tongue world around them and the information being shared.
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.
I'm a qualified teacher who specialises in dyslexia and autism (qualified at Masters level). I have taught from primary up to sixth form specifically Maths, Science and Psychology. I aim to get to know my students and to inspire a love of learning in them. Everything I do is very individualised and tailored to the individuals interests, strengths and learning needs.
hi! Right now I am studying all national 5s at secondary/high school and have just started tutoring. I am a friendly, reliable, patient person and would adapt lessons to soot each child. I mostly work with younger children (primary school ages).
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.
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