Hi! I'm a BA student at UniMelb, originally from WA. In highschool I excelled in essays of all kinds, and would love to impart some of the lessons I learned to high school students here in Melbourne.
I follow the VCAA Victorian Curriculum framework to structure my lessons (just like your school teacher!). I aim to make lessons fun and engaging through various pedagogical teaching methods such as discussion, modelled learning and group work (if applicable). I am more than happy to tailor lessons to best suit your learning style (such as visual learning, ICT) if at all possible.
Lessons I conduct are focused on how each particular student can get the most out of the subjects they are studying, as well as their individual reason for seeking tuition.
I base my classes around open ended questions that can lead to discussion and in turn critical analysis. I feel that the best way to learn and improve is to discuss first, create a plan with objectives and goals, and then seek to improve through further study.
I base my teaching around the Australian Curriculum and current practices implemented in primary schools, such as the inquiry based approach to learning. I am passionate about teaching students to really imbed and gain a deep understanding of relevant content as opposed to simply regurgitating memorised fact.
I am quite passionate about sharing my knowledge, and not just teaching kids, but mentoring them during their course of study. The first lesson would include understanding the needs of a student, his/her interests, core understanding of the topic, points of weakness and method of studying. A study plan is drawn, and an end goal is decided.
I base my classes on YOU. All methods I devise are based on where you need help. I also know that the best way for the majority to learn is to have practical applications. That is, not sitting down and filling out a sheet, but discussing the issues and how we can improve them. Most of my learning tasks have some form of practical task.
I am from Dunkirk in France and I love travelling. I am kind, have a good sense of humour and I want people to succeed. I also have some experience as a secondary school teacher. I développés good relationships with my students probably due to my optimism.
Hello, my name is Hélène (from Belgium) and I'm a fully qualified female teacher who teaches Spanish, French and English. I would love to teach Adults, Students and Children how to understand those languages. Writing, speaking, reading and grammar. From Basic Level to more Advanced Scholarship Levels using the Victorian Curriculum.
I like to interact with my students as much as possible involving asking them questions and trying to get the best out of them as possible. During the lessons, I will assign homework, give tests and many worksheets. I will track the students progress aswell.
The most important thing a tutor can do for a student is to provide support and encouragement. Not all aspects of education and learning are easy and every student understands this.Therefore as a tutor, I will not give away an answer, I will show students where it is so they can find it themselves.
A student-centered approach is a core value I instigate in both classrooms and tutoring sessions. This approach focuses on students strengths to better their learning experience. Typically, this prompts students to think, and challenge themselves more in a constructive way. Communication with the classroom teachers are also an important part of the tutoring process, and something I utilize.
As a literature student and an English tutor i always strongly encourage analytical writing. In my lessons i always encourage students to think analytically, to try and see things from various perspectives, but, most importantly, to learn how to justify one's opinion or approach with relevant textual evidence.
My teaching philosophy is a critical and personal understanding of the text will guarantee improved marks. Lessons will not only engage with texts, your values and how you perceive the world.
I believe in helping students understand the ideas and principles behind what they are learning on a conceptual basis rather than relying on rote memorization. Ultimately the goal of tuition is to develop students who are capable and independent learners.
I base my classes on what the student believes they struggle on the most. That is what we begin working on first, then we follow through with the rest of the topics slowly. My method is to get students to practice as much as they can and help them deconstruct difficult ideas.
30 years of experience as a primary, secondary school tutor and university lecturer. Experience with both IB and VCE syllabus. Supervision of the number of PhD and master students. Excellent record, with ordinary as well as with high achievers students.
I am able to tutor years 9-12, but I am open to tutoring those younger. I recently graduated high school from a rural town in Western Australia, and have moved to Melbourne to attend university. I am super passionate about teaching others and watching them realise how much they are capable of.
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