My teaching method is predominately online (however, you are more than welcome to message me privately and try to organise a face-to-face session(s)).
My teaching methods are based on practical and legal theory which the main focus will be on the application of the law and using helpful syllogisms that will properly teach you how to use the law to come to a sensible conclusion.
I use as many real world practical examples as possible in my teaching. I'm very visual in my lessons and I believe that this is the most efficient way for me to give information, and others to absorb it. I am able to provide tutoring on all high school, and early university law subjects, as well as business topics.
I am a lawyer who likes to teach and my lessons are geared towards undergraduate law students. The lesson structure will follow the course syllabus that the student has been given. I enjoy teaching interactive classes because I believe that involvement of students in the teaching process makes it easier for them to understand and remember lessons.
When explaining concepts I always provide examples. I believe that it is a lot easier to understand a theoretical concept when it is applied to an everyday life example. An example, be it sensory or abstract, reinforces learning by identifying key attributes associated with the concept.
My method will be to make student understand the topic and all the basics that the chapter contains. I used to be a student who would not move on to another topic without understanding one fully. So i welcome the students who want to learn all of it.
My teaching method is adapted to each student. I generally encourage a student to "talk an issue out" in conversation so that they fully understand it, before advising them how to best put that in writing afterwards. I structure my lessons based upon the lectures and materials provided by the university in that subject, as submitted to me by the student.
My teaching method will be based on rigorous case analysis and theoretical development. The focus will be given on legal writing skills and developing the analytical ability of students of law. I will also make sure to provide successful tips internships and jobs.
I believe in "learning by doing" and that the most effective learning methods are to engage students to apply their learning to factual case studies. I encourage my students to think about the legal process and principals, rather than memorise laws and regulations by rote.
I approach teaching as each subject requires with the department of education or university criteria. This effectively means gaining an understanding what the student has knowledge in and assisting the student in reaching the required goals according to the legal requirements of the institution to complete the subject.
I like to keep my teaching engaging and not just a lecture, I encourage student participation by asking simple questions. Sharing some real life instances which are early relatable by student. I keep things on presentation slides so that it become easy for students to read and understand better. I also like to show videos about the applications of legal framework by the industry personnel.
My teaching method is patient and supportive. I am a good listener and have tutored mostly university students, particularly in Law, but also Sociology. I guide students with their essays and assignments, and can edit and proofread their work upon completion.
I approach each topic to suit the needs of the student, and have a flexible approach to learning. I can also help gain valuable assessment marks by improving spelling and grammar! I am happy to undertake group lessons or simply assist on individual issues for students.
Accustomed to teaching at the University, I offer all types of courses, help with the preparation of exams or your homework and research. My working method can be very adaptable depending on your needs, which we can discuss before any collaboration.
I am able to provide tuition or support for students at undergraduate up to PhD level. As a lawyer and academic, I am uniquely able to understand students' needs and to help them achieve excellent grades.
My teaching method is helping the student find the topic that they either already know or have some knowledge in then move onto how we can increase their knowledge before branching out and moving onto other topics. I plan each lesson based of strengths to then build up on a relationship between the student and I then heading on to providing work to do on their own and marking work within 24 hours.
My teaching method is to break down topics into smaller more manageable parts and to teach by using practical examples that occur in everyday life. Ideally I would like to assist undergraduate university students currently studying towards a degree in law.
The approach to tutoring I take is a fun and methodical one. I will equip students with the relevant knowledge needed for their exams and assignments but will also teach them the revision skills which have served me well throughout my own studies. I am passionate about working with students with mental health conditions (stress, anxiety, depression etc.
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I am an approachable individual and a keen listener. I like to find out how people learn before I begin tutoring them. I then base my teaching, guidance and advice around this and the individuals skill set so they can retain the information I provide.
I focus on creating bespoke lessons for each student. No student learns in the exact same way and so I try to gain a detailed understanding of the problems each student is facing and come up with unique ways to help.
My teaching method is, firstly, in the work of basic concepts of the subject, without neglecting to approach origin and historical aspects relevant to the emergence of the concept, and then to use the theoretical knowledge in the application on the practical cases.
I aim to teach aspiring lawyers including those currently in their bachelor degrees and those who are still thinking about the possibility by taking the subject in A levels. The lessons will be structured around an explanation of the topic after which a discussion will take place. Then a review of the most important cases where the law is centered around the topic.
The classes are divided into two stages, the first is the theoretical in order to understand the subject and the different positions that are on it, the second is practical, through the study of cases, processes and simulations. The teaching position varies according to the profile of the student so that it is better understood.
My classes are taught in a practical manner, and focus on the substantive breakdown of each topic in an easily digestible manner, as opposed to a large volume of academic material as can be the case at school and University. I use techniques which helped me throughout my studies such as visual aides, useful audio guides, and key additional revision guides.
I have a JD from Pepperdine School of Law and a Political Science Bachelor's degree. Law school requires specific critical and analytical reasoning skills rather than just rote memorization and regurgitation of information.
My teaching method depends on the needs of each student. Some students prefer a more visual approach (drawings) whilst others prefer a more formal approach. I can easily adapt to my students' needs in order to achieve the best possible outcome.
My lesson structure is based on the individual or class, what they need, if it is, say tort, then all aspects of tort are taught from the definition, right up to defences and remedies. I keep all classes in plain English and work into terminology at the students pace.
I take a student-focused approach to learning. I am skilled at breaking down complex information into readily memorable parts. Incorporate study skills to assist the student both with creating quality topic outlines as well as providing a basis for solid research and writing skills.
My teaching methodology is introducing concepts in a way that easily connects and resonates for students and professionals of all backgrounds and levels.
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