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 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.
Hello. I teach young people who have learning difficulties. Such as ADD, Dyslexic amongst others. I have worked with special needs children and young people for 7 years now. My structure of planning is around the individual and to their level of learning style. Very patient and keeps the structure of the lesson plan and simple.
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.
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 have taught various subjects and feel confident that I can provide guidance and support to students ( degree level) in any field that is NOT scientific or technical. I am very patient and organised and I should be able to support you during day time whenever you do not have any lectures.
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 teach by being patient and understanding that everybody learns differently. It’s society that gives us these labels, but we are all just different learns, in our own unique way. I too struggled in school, but I learnt by accepting help.
Children learn when they are confident, feel safe and are successful. Most pupils have a one hour lesson, usually given in my home where I provide an environment for children to be effective, enthusiastic learners, preparing for their life in future society.
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 base any learning activity completely around the child. It is so important for children on the spectrum to not only learn at their own pace but also feel comfortable in the way that they are learning. I think that fully understanding the parents' concerns and listening to what the child's needs are, are two of the most important ways I can assist in helping them reach their full potential.
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.
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.
My teaching method is to practice theory with exam style questions after learning the basics, I am patient and empathise when the student is often baffled by the problem. I would be calm and coherent as well as setting out bite sized revision materials, to assist with the continued development.
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.
My teaching method is clear and I like to establish a good rapport with my students so that we can get the most out of our time together. I like to make lessons fun and engaging! I have experience in working with students up to the end of Secondary level education.
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 a KS3 Maths Teacher at a school and I study Maths and Finance at University of Southampton. At school teach Maths to student who are low achievers and can't grasp concept easily. My teaching style involves basic in depth understanding of concept and building it up with examples.
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.
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 approach each topic with enthusiasm whilst understanding the student's needs and the way in which they learn best. I try to make learning as fun and enjoyable as possible.
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 lot of experience working with people aged between 8 - 62, with a variety of abilities and learning styles. I have knowledge of English, maths, sports and employment skills. I use different teaching strategies tailored to each individual learner.
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