I always work together with students to set targets for the achievement of their specific goals so that they can monitor their progress and focus on attaining the grade they need. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I spend most of my time preparing individuals for professional exams in specialist medical areas, such as the MRCP, MRCS, GPAKT and CSA and FRCA exams.
I teach poetry analysis through exercises in practical criticism, enhancing the student's confidence in their own analytic skills and judgements. Every lesson I teach is completely bespoke - tailored precisely to the needs of the individual student.
I am a clear, patient and positive tutor with a Master's degree in Physics from Oxford University and a PhD in quantum computers. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Specialising in maths, physics and entrance/aptitude tests, I have tutored a wide variety of students from GCSEs and A-levels to undergraduates and adult-learners.
I am a highly trained professional vocalist and teacher based in West Sussex. I'm a passionate teacher and teach across any age range. Whether you're looking to improve your skills for fun or to pass exams, I can help! - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Music (including singing, violin, clarinet and theory). English Welsh RE - Tell me about your qualifications.
I can teach all areas of English: English language and literature up to A-Level. For English langauge I like to focus on the four main core skills: listening, reading, speaking and writing and for literature I take the same approach as I was taught at the Univesity of Cambridge: close anaysis of text and contextual considerations to come towards main ideas elicited in the text.
I have a lot of experience writing successful university applications, having been accepted to the University of Oxford for my undergraduate, and UCL for my Master's. I pride myself on my ability to find out what really drives students to apply for jobs and university degrees, and then rephrase it in a concise, persuasive manner.
I will work with you to tailor your goals, to quantify your probability of success and to finalise an action plan. University and course choice dictate the next 3-5 years of your life. I will work tirelessly to ensure that we get this crucial decision right by presenting the best possible version of you to University admissions tutors.
My teaching method is very fun and thoughtful and suitable for all ages and education levels which include set tasks that could include watching a snippet of a relevant youtube video to a fun scenario for you to get creative with and expand upon as a student of creative writing.
I am a firm believer in positive reinforcement and base much of my teaching ethics on much of my own experience of being in the classroom. My teachers at school encouraged debate and discussion in order to bring the subject to life in the mind of the student. I hold the belief that education should not only take place within the classroom but an open mind to learning should be adopted throughout.
I try to make my lessons as interactive as possible. I welcome all questions, however big or small, and I am non-judgemental in my responses. Ultimately, I see it my goal to help get students the grades that I know they can achieve, and unlock all potential. I think a great way of doing this is by seeking out a students' strengths and weaknesses, and building up methodically where necessary.
Currently tutoring pre-university admission students looking for help with personal statements and university interviews. I structure the lessons around the areas that each student finds most problematic. Taking apart and breaking it down, bit by bit in order to make it more manageable.
I seek to involved students in the processes of learning. I use past exam papers to prepare students for exams and students submit written work as 'Word docs' via email. I encourage students to stretch themselves and constantly improve their work.
My teaching method is one of patience and understanding for all students, regardless of their abilities. Having been a student of these subjects not too long ago, I can remember the experience of learning well, and am able to adapt to the specific needs of each student.
I teach students who are on BTEC and Degree-level programmes. I prefer to deliver lessons that are as interactive as possible, encouraging input from you, and avoiding being talked at by me for long periods of time! I am an adaptable tutor who values student feedback.
I have several years of University classroom experience. However, for my online clients, I usually tutor over Skype and E-Mail. I spend a lot of time reading my tutees' previous work in order to understand what and how one's necessities should be addressed. Additionally, I have documents and online tools prepared that will help you become an excellent writer.
I first like to get a feel of the student's level and their goals.
I am very much of the opinion that student-led learning is the most effective and most interesting for both pupil and teacher. Therefore, although there is a national curriculum, exam board schemes, etc., I am keen for pupils to direct their own learning through asking questions and developing their unique thoughts and opinions.
I base my classes on following the course specification, and tackling past papers. In my personal opinion, this is the best way to progress successfully. I set individual tasks so my students can understand thoroughly.
I am a multi-instrumentalist who is experienced in a number of genres - feel free to get in contact! - Which subject(s) do you teach? Primarily I am a clarinetist and clarinet tutor, but I play and teach all single reeds (from bass to Eb clarinet and all saxophones).
- Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Welsh, Adult Literacy and Piano. - Tell me about your qualifications. I have 8 GCSE's at Grade C & above. I'm in my final year of a Linguistics/English Language degree. I am undertaking PGCE in Adult Literacy in September.
In the first instance I will have a meeting with the student and their parents (or guardians) if appropriate. I will seek to find out as much as I can about their learning styles and also their interests. I will then draw up a plan which will include a variety of learning activities which will take these into account as much as possible.