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Lessons offered by Aysha
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The lessons will be held
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Taught subjects
  • English
  • Literacy
Levels
  • Primary

Primary school teacher with 8 years experience and worked with EAL pupils

Methodology

I have an ever-growing passion towards trying to understand and help develop the minds of young individuals by teaching them to acquire new concepts, express themselves without inhibition and communicate with others at a young age. I believe in helping my students to achieve more than they think they can by setting appropriate goals that spur them into higher achievements.
My teaching philosophy has developed over the years. I think that by Understanding both the learning style of individual learners and the cultural diversity of the class/group helps me both design and tailor effective instruction by implementing appropriate global and/or concrete strategies.
I am patient and use multiple methods in order to support and help my students to progress.

Experience

I am a fully qualified Primary school teacher (5- 11 years old) and am in my 8th teaching year having qualified in the UK. I taught for 4 years in the UK before moving to the UAE as I am intrigued in other cultures and love to travel. Currently, I am in my 4th year working for the Abu Dhabi Education council. This has given me great experience working with EAL children.

Rates

Transportation Fee : £5
Rate for online lessons : £20/h
Lessons offered by Aysha
Individual
In group
The lessons will be held
at her home
at your home
webcam
Taught subjects
  • English
  • Literacy
Levels
  • Primary

Aysha's CV

SKILLS:
• Research new strategies Kind and empathetic educator

• Strong written and verbal communicator
• Positive and encouraging
Creative lesson
Experiential learning

• Self-motivated Dependable
• Fast learner Support colleagues
• Passionate Good-Natured and get along with everyone

Education

Sept 2008- July 2009: PGCert in Primary Education (5-11 Yrs.)
Brunel University (UK)
This course enabled me to develop a critical understanding of issues and theories that impact upon classroom practice in teaching, learning and assessment in schools. I learnt to explore and critically reflect on my own and others practice in relation to national and regional priorities and policies and current research relevant to Primary Education. I was also taught practical teaching skills and subject knowledge for teaching across the primary years, making links with relevant theory to inform practice.

Sept 2005- July 2008: Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Humanities with Literature
The Open University (UK)
During my degree I gained knowledge of literature and language for literature this included a number of authors and texts from different historical periods. I gained knowledge and understanding of the distinctive character of texts written in the principal literary genres, fiction, poetry and drama, and of other kinds of writing and communication. It taught me to effectively communicate and argue in both written and oral form, as well as the ability to analyse and critically examine diverse forms of communication. I had to plan, negotiate and carry out individual and group projects and presentations and to do so to deadlines. It developed my capacity for independent thought, reflection and judgement. My research skills were further developed, including the ability to gather, sift and organise quantities of diverse material and evaluate its significance.

Sept 2003- 2004 - A- Levels at Ellen Wilkinson Sixth Form for Girls
History – B
English – B
Biology – D

Teaching Experience:

2013- Present: Al Tomooh School (Abu Dhabi, UAE)
Currently in my fourth year as a Grade 5 boys and girls teacher.
Previous three years alternating as Grade 4 and 5 boy’s teacher.
Duties and Responsibilities include:
• Instructing up to 45 EAL students individually, whole class and in groups.
• Planning and creating lesson materials, making educational displays to enhance learning environment.
• Adapting teaching methods and materials to meet students' varying needs and interests.
• Meet or correspond regularly with parents and guardians to discuss children's progress.
• Use interactive learning by incorporating educational software and the Internet.
• Planned and implemented creative lessons in accordance with ADEC Curriculum.
• Organise educational trips to support learning carried out within the class.
• Created an enjoyable and interesting learning environment for students each year.
• Continuous Assessment to ensure students are making progress.
• Planning and Coordinating STEM activities for the Grade.
• Ensuring Grade 5 activities are in line with the curriculum.
• Fostered team collaboration between students through group projects.
• Introducing 21st Century learning and critical thinking so children can take ownership of their learning.
• Attend Professional Development to stay up to date with education policies and build on my teaching knowledge.
• Deliver Professional Development (STEM strategies) and OSIRIS course material.


SEPT 10 – JULY 2013: Wembley Primary School, London
I worked in KS2 teaching Year 5 and 4 over a course of 3 years. In that time I
was also a Year Group Leader in Year 4 planning, holding and leading
team meetings. Also supported NQT teachers with meeting their standards.
Duties and Responsibilities included:
• Instructing up to 30 students individually, whole class and in groups.
• Delivering the British Curriculum
• Set up lesson materials, classroom displays and demonstrations.
• Adapted teaching methods and materials to meet students' varying needs and interests.
• Conducting parent meetings guardians to discuss children's progress.
• Encouraged interactive learning by incorporating educational software and the Internet.
• Planned and implemented creative lessons in accordance with ADEC Curriculum.
• Organise educational trips to support learning carried out within the class.
• Created an enjoyable and interesting learning environment for students each year.
• Continuous Assessment to ensure students are making progress.
• Fostered team collaboration between students through group projects.
• Leading Year Group Meetings
• Supporting new teachers
• Teaching 21st Century skills and critical thinking so children can take ownership of their learning so lessons are more student lead than teacher.
• Attend Professional Development to stay up to date with education policies and build on my teaching knowledge.
• Writing IEP’s alongside SEN students to cater to their needs.
• Running an After School Club


SEPT 09-JULY 10: Supply work for Brent. I took this opportunity to experience working at many different schools in order to find which one suited me best and would be a supportive environment for me to undertake my NQT year.

Other Experience
Teaching Assistant work-
Sept 2007-July 2008: Paid work- Oliver Goldsmith Primary School, North West London.
I worked here for a year in order to gain experience in a Non-Denominational school before starting my PGCE. I worked in close collaboration with the class teacher to support for low achieving boys in the class. I had to put up displays and support the teacher in whatever way she required. I supervised groups on trips and took part in theme days and helped with the organisation of assemblies.


Jan 2007- July 2007: Islamia Primary School in London, UK
I volunteered to work as a Teaching Assistant to help the children deal with the amalgamation of both schools. I wanted to help minimise the effect on the children’s learning and make it a smooth transition. I worked in a year 2 Class supporting the class teacher in whole class, group and individual work. I organised Homework, displays, listening to the children read. I would bring the children in and take the register

Jan 2006- Jan 2007: The Avenue School, North West London, UK
I began working here as a part-time volunteer. The school had originally been an Independent Muslim school. However, due to some internal disputes it was decided that the school would be closed. Many staff members were made redundant, therefore to help the school in its time of need I began to work voluntarily as a Teaching Assistant. It was an opportunity to find out if teaching was the correct career path. I worked as a teaching assistant in Reception and Years 5 and 6 supporting the teacher in any way that was necessary. In reception I worked closely with a child who had behavioural problems. I took playground duties and escorted the school on educational visits.

All of my work experiences and placements have involved working within a team-based culture. This involved planning, organisation, co-ordination and commitment e.g. distribution of tasks and effective communication amongst staff members, children and parents.

Professional Development, Courses and Training

Courses
OSIRIS Educational: Perfect Lessons Every time - The course was designed to help deliver lessons that are outstanding according to the OFSTED criteria. It was a combination of theory as well as practical which helps you visualise how you can put the same skills into practice within your own classroom.

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