I'm a Second-Year Vet student at the University of Surrey. The level of biology I'm learning at the moment means that I'm more than equipped to help GCSE and A-level students pass their exams. Having done my GCSEs and A-levels, I feel like I am able to provide a students perspective to the curriculum in order to help current students understand tricky concepts.
I adapt my teaching method according to my students; there is no one-size-fits-all approach to learning, so it is important to find a method that works for the individual. Having said that, I conduct all my lessons in a positive manner, focussing on encouraging students to engage with the course material.
As a tutor, I like to have a first session with the student themselves and at least one parent, so I can understand what the aims and objectives of tuition are. I would need to ascertain the board being studied, and the strengths and weaknesses of the student so that we can then approach our sessions in an individualised manner.
I listen to the students to understand where they require more help and how they learn best, to tailor my tuition to their needs and learning style. My tuition is fun, interactive and engaging. I have a passion in increasing the knowledge of others and I feel I have the ability to do this.
I wish to teach those who are under confident in science or would like to know more about animal welfare and management. I have an understanding, patient and fun approach. I am an open minded tutor who likes to focus on recent research.
I graduated (BSc) from the University of Surrey in Biosciences and completed a PhD in Microbial Sciences, also at the University of Surrey. Having successfully completed my studies I have an understanding for learning methods that enable not only an understanding of the subject but also how to maximise that knowledge in order to pass the exams.
Anybody having trouble with understanding? My speciality is simplifying complex concepts and patiently explaining them. Funny metaphors based on the familiar are how I love to memorise facts, and therefore sharing knowledge with others. The brain works best when it's happy and screwed onto a healthy body, so I am also open to relating personal tips regarding nutrition, exercise, sleep, etc.
My teaching method changes for each student as every person is unique.
I am a 1st year Veterinary student at the University of Liverpool, but originally from Ormskirk. Last year i completed a foundation year the Royal Veterinary College in London, where i studied alongside bio-science students learning much more on the topic of biology; including genetics, reproduction and environmental concerns.
I give lessons to anyone up to A levels. My technique is to first find out exactly what you know and how you learn best and then work with you from there so that you can get the most out of a lesson.
I base my classes on annotated diagrams, infograms, and pictures. When an idea can be visualised I believe it is easier to understand, remember and re-teach. I am an understanding individual, a patient tutor/teacher with time for every - body.
I have taught students of different levels and abilities and as such I change my methods and language to suit the individual. When teaching GCSE , BTEC and A level students I break the lessons up into fifteen might tasks with a short break or reward in between, this helps to motivate and break up a longer session.
I am a university student currently studying Equine Sports Therapy, I give lessons up to and including BTEC level 3. During lessons I prefer to have discussions with students as opposed to me lecturing at them for a solid hour. I am patient, attentive and talkative and believe in engaging with my students as much as possible.
To critically examine the learning objectives of the ciriculum to allow for a solid understanding of the information in the course and then gradually build on the knowledge through increasingly challenging tasks and questions. This can be aided through the use of similar questions which have been worked through or diagrams.
My methodology when it comes to teaching is to go through all the relevant subject material and highlight the areas the student is struggling with. We will then decide which revision method works best for the individual student and tailor lessons to a way which they will understand and gain the most benefit from.
Hello! I currently work as a FE lecturer teaching Animal Studies to school and college learners typically aged between 14-18. I teach learners on the GCSE, level 2 and A level programs a range of subjects such as maths and English and numerous vocational modules.
I am PhD candidate for Parasitology, i have been teaching this subject for 4 years to the students of Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. delivered lessons to more than one thousand students. Students have got excellent grades and they are providing their practical services in the field.
My methodology would vary depending on the aims of the student , we'd spend some time helping to reflect on strong and weak areas of knowledge before discussing what type of learning suits you since we are all individuals. Based on this we could go on to do past papers and writing our own revision questions.
I encourage all students to challenge themselves and to reach their goals. I also engage in pastoral support to offer help and guidance. All students will be treated equally and fairly. Levels 1 - 5 catered for.
One to one basis will focus on an area of your choice (providing this has already been covered by myself), first outlining the basics then delving deeper into the subject. Larger groups will be a standard lecture (questions will be asked to keep people involved). Lecture notes from my attended lectures can be given during single or group tutoring sessions providing this aid the session.
My name is Tara and I'm an American veterinary student finishing up my last year of school here in London. I have a Bachelor's degree in biology from Hawaii Pacific University and an associates degree in Liberal Studies. Additionally, I'm currently finishing my master's by research by studying the social dimensions of invasive species management in St. Kitts.
My aim is to make learning fun, I like to tailor learning to the needs of students and have assisted many younger veterinary students throughout my time at university and as a veterinary surgeon. I am very patient and like to come up with interesting ideas for learning to help make studies easier.
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I am a 12 years UK qualified veterinary surgeon with experience in all aspects of small animal practice. I am trained to post graduate RCVS advanced practitioner level in Dermatology and also offer considerable experience in internal medicine and communication skills. I am able to offer help to veterinary students, recent graduates and experience vets in practice.
The lessons are targeting undergraduate students and college students alike undertaking a course in biology. During my lessons I constantly try to make a connection between the theoretical side and the practical one in order to promote the logical understanding.
Hi! I am a fully qualified full time small animal veterinary surgeon practicing in South West London. I am able to provide guidance on all aspects of scientific studies. I am extremely proficient in scientific writing and have completed many scientific assignments for students at both degree and A-Level.
I am a Zoology with Conservation University student and I can also teach Biology and Veterinary studies up to A-Level and BTEC level (including primary and secondary education.) I plan chilled out lessons and make sure they are as efficient as possible so you can learn without being too stressed and so that I'm not wasting too much of your time.
Good grades come from understanding, and understanding comes from passion and a love of learning. My tutoring is highly focused on the student's unique learning style, using the Personalised Learning method. My lessons are focused on building a connected understanding, directed by the student's passions and needs.
I am a current practising RVN with a certificate in emergency and critical care. As a clinical coach and a veterinary nursing degree holder I can relate to the academic struggles of the future RVN’s. I can assist with NPL queries and provide 1 on 1 help in all VN subject areas.
I am a current veterinary student with a Bachelors of Science from Cornell University in Animal Science. I can give lessons either online or in person around London, and am very patient in findings the proper techniques to guide your understanding.
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