I like to to facilitate students discussions around the big questions in life. My teaching style reflects this dialogic and flexible approach. I enable students to define key concepts, back up their ideas with scripture and develop the evaluation of these key ideas. Teaching techniques allow pupils to develop their research skills through open ended tasks.
My teaching method depends entirely on you. If you want to improve rapidly in a singular area such as Religious Studies, then my tutelage shall be concentrated and concisely directed in that area. If you'd prefer advice across several subjects, then my method will be more diverse and generalised -perhaps taking more time but ensuring to cover each subject thoroughly.
My 1st class BA (Hons) in Theology and Ethics and decades of experience devising and teaching programmes enable me to tailor tuition sessions according to individual levels of ability, understanding, and learning style. My teaching methods adapt to students of all ages, Primary, to A Level and beyond. I am passionate about my subject and very thorough.
I have recently completed a 3 month cover period as a History Lecturer at a 6th form college. I had excellent feedback from the students and from my work colleagues. I personalised the lessons as much as possible as I regonise that each person has unique traits and preferences for learning.
I like to put a 'issue' and see what made it, how people reacted and what was outcomes. Sometimes looking at it from the point of view of a modern person,sometimes taking side of another era viewer.We discuss using PPE and I support with use of specific terminology.
I take a hands-off calm approach to teaching, giving you the information, intellect and technique to teach yourself how to succeed in history. Fellows in College have praised me on my listening and patient nature and my want to help them. I will give you the skills needed to succeed in history.
I enjoy tutoring and dealing with written work and planning. I recommend books and approaches and try to be as supportive as possible. What else would you expect from 40 years of teaching and 38 of those tutoring groups and, above all, one to one. I have a range of levels and subjects built up in an expert way over all this time.
My teaching methodology is very much dependent on each and every students needs. I am very versatile and can adapt to all scenarios. I understand that we are all different in our learning and in our first session we will figure out what our best approach will be.
I am a 2nd Year IB Philosophy and History student who can spent my free time teaching what i do best, studying Humanities subject which i both mastered and have studied in the past under capable tutors.
I like to engage the student and build a positive relationship with them. Following the set curriculum and preparing for exams is very important, as is writing essays for practice or for coursework. So is aiming to genuinely understand the subject matter and to engage in critical thought and explore around the subject. On top of this having fun while doing so is vital.
I teach Old and New Testaments. I have the ability to make the Bible clear and understandable. I had first class academic training at Univ. of Edinburgh and 26 years of practical experience both in the UK and abroad. Active pastor.
I am a lecturer in Philosophy currently on my PhD at Lancaster University. From my wealth of experience as a lecturer for more than four years, am sure my student will have the best story to tell in their chosen career.
I am able to teach students up to a degree level, and would structure my lessons personally around the student themselves. With each new student, I will be sure to first ask what you hope to achieve and learn from the tutoring sessions and what topics you would like to prioritise.
I can offer GCSE/A-Level Religious Studies lessons tailored to your exam board.
My teaching method focuses on the individual needs of the student. Every session is tailored to specific needs and aims to maximise success every step of the way. I don’t believe in a one-size fits all approach, and that every student is different. All of my lesson plans are specifically formulated, and I see tutoring as a collaborative activity between student and teacher.
In my tutoring sessions we will focus closely on the specification and past paper questions for your subject, so you will know exactly what the examiner is looking for and there will be no surprises on exam day. If there is a certain unit you are struggling with, we can look at it in detail using example answers and study materials. I am also happy to mark your own practice questions.
I am a flexible teacher. I use lectures and seminars, as well as group work-shops, to explore issues. I have a methodological approach, and I build each session on the personal development of my students.
Thinking skills are truly a life skill that we don't often have chance to develop fully as we're often too occupied with information. Being able to identify the key concepts and raising questions enable you to get to grips with the subject matter and examine and manipulate and play with it from different perspectives: "...what if...?" "...if this is...then why is...
I base my lessons on what topics the students already know and on how well they now them. I produce my own resources such as work sheets and I would advise the students to make as many notes as they can on theses. After two weeks I would plan a test to see how well they have obtained the information I have given to them in the following lessons.
My teaching method is working to the strength of an individual and personalising my teaching to that child. For example, if a student learns by moving around the room then I will adapt my tasks and teaching to incorporate kinaesthetic activities. I also will stretch and challenge pupils so that they can reach their best ability.
I will be comfortable teaching my specialist subjects up to A level. I will base my teaching sessions on how I was taught at school. I'd like an open dialogue, where both myself and you have a free-flowing conversation. As a reluctant student myself at times, I don't believe lessons should be boring and mundane.
Best example I can give for RE/RS/Philosophy and ethics is to first go over the topic in detail for knowledge, then break the topic down to a few key points like, main idea, founder, quotes and examples. I would then go over how you would approach an exam question on the topic.
If you tell me the specific syllabus you are using, ie. AQA or OCR then I will be able to get the textbooks for myself and construct some personalised lessons for you. It would be helpful if before the lessons the student could let me know which areas they feel they are less confident with and we will pay special attention to these.
My characteristics as a teacher is as a peer, using a personal mode, I believe that giving students confidence in themselves is truly the best way to achieve their full potential. I use discussion as a key way to try and motivate my students.
I give laid back but effective tutoring; minimum stress with maximum results. I focus on all examined aspects from quality of written communication, to specific content points. I have sufficient knowledge and background to teach anyone up to a first year degree level of philosophy, religious studies, ethics or theology.
Hello, my name is Mark and I am a graduate from the University of Winchester with a Degree in History, Religion and Theology, and Archaeology. I am also a Research Scholar in International Conflict and Peace Studies with the Carter Centre, specializing in the current Syrian conflict.
I am a twenty three year old with a Masters from the Courtauld Institute in History of Art. I specialise in teaching the Late Classical and Medieval periods across a multitude of geographical and religious contexts. I am able to tailor specific lesson plans to your needs across a range of subjects from Classical to contemporary History, Art and Religion.
Hi there I'm Jiwan, currently studying PPE at York. I live in hounslow over the holidays and I'm happy to give lessons to anyone studying GCSE RS or A/AS level philosophy and ethics.
One on one or group tutoring in Biblical Studies (Old Testament/Hebrew Bible) and/or Biblical Hebrew. I can read papers or dissertations and give written comments or have discussions. Alternatively, if you require an opinion of a biblicist for a work in a related field of study, that is also welcome.
I am at the end of my first year at the university of Bristol, studying politics and international relations. I first came to love politics though studying it at AS level alongside with geography. Through this time, I found strategic ways to study the syllabus whilst making the content relevant to current events, of which I shared with my fellow class.
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