My degree in Cultural/Critical Studies encompassed areas of Ancient/Modern History including Greek/Roman/Hebrew/Australian cultures/Archaeology and Animals. Lessons are determined by students needs. Focus is primarily in Essay Preparation/Writing/Time Management and Correct Referencing. I encourage fun learning online. First Lesson Free.
Learning should never be about feeling completely locked down in a space that makes you feel trapped. People learn best when they are engaged. Talking about an idea to the extent that it becomes a natural conversation is something that I value.
Flinders Uni graduate Bachelor of Education and Bachelor of Arts. Able to teach History and English up to Yr 12. Committed to student's success and willing to work with students of all levels and abilities to achieve their academic goals. Lessons can be formal or informal and will result in each students progressing with their skills and confidence.
I'm a friendly, 26 year old, easy going VCA student who has been making short films and exploring different cultures for the past six years. I offer development of skills and knowledge in practical filmmaking, cinema studies and secondary school media. I also offer conversational english lessons to foreign students.
To me, an ideal tutor is one that creates a supportive, encouraging, and positive environment for the student, and who challenges them to do the best to their ability. Ideally, a student should always feel comfortable asking the tutor as many questions as possible, and to feel as though their struggles/difficulties are valid and normal.
I base my classes on maintaining the interest and focus of students and ensuring their are motivated to learn. I am interested in getting to know each of my students well so I can tailor my methods to each of them and make sure they get the most out of their learning.
My teaching method is to base each lesson around a certain module within the set topic. No one can adequately understand an entire topic as a whole so its important to extract the important questions that are most likely to be assessed.
I am currently 53 years old, so often I like to just get into the point. I can't guarantee you'll be a billionaire by the end of my lessons, but if you pay attention, you will flourish. I know learning can be hard sometimes, so I hope to do my best in making you do the best of your abilities.
I proceed from an understanding of students knowledge, capabilities and backgrounds. I encourage students as active participants in the learning process, by acknowledging that all learning is a complex interplay of active and receptive processes. I engage students in discussion of ways in which study tasks can be undertaken.
History tutor available for private lessons. I'm a current PhD student and hold degrees in History and Philosophy, Editing and Publishing, and English Literature. I can hold lessons at my home or at a venue of your choosing, flexible hours.
I work with students to improve without feeling like anything is too difficult. I give positive reinforcement and encouragement at all times.
My teaching method depends entirely on you. If you want to improve rapidly in a singular area such as Religious Studies, then my tutelage shall be concentrated and concisely directed in that area. If you'd prefer advice across several subjects, then my method will be more diverse and generalised -perhaps taking more time but ensuring to cover each subject thoroughly.
My teaching method seeks to merge practical classes with theoretical ones, especially those of English language. Bringing the reality of the student as an object of study so that it can be better understood by the student.
I try to approach the study of cinema from its creative side, through the analysis of the concepts and resources of cinematographic language, both to explain them in themselves and to understand the history of cinema. I also pay special attention to film analysis. I base my methodology on the training received during the master's degree.
My teaching methodology is based on the practical sense, being with the audiovisual sector indispensable a direct vision of the study material, I rely a lot on the interaction with the technical means, the vision of clips, the assignment of exercises and a final supervision .
I use 'lecture' teaching method combined with interactions that enables a student to gain complete and basic knowledge of the subject. I also encourage my students to think on their own. My classes are for higher secondary school and degree level students.
I treat each lesson differently, approaching any assignment uniquely and comprehensively. Whether it be an scholarly work, school essay, academic research paper, or presentation, I strive to engage according to the circumstances (i.e. format, due date, topic) as well as the tutee's individual strengths and interests.
I have taught undergraduates from a range of backgrounds, some very familiar with History and some from other disciplines. I try to keep seminars focused and time-structured as there can be a lot of content to work through, but also create a friendly and open atmosphere where students feel free to ask questions and engage in a dialogue.
Do you want to try to understand your thoughts and why do you have them? or maybe you just want help to succeed in school? I have what you need. The method I use aims to shape confused thoughts. This is the maieutic method used by Socrates to help his interlocutors to understand his own thoughts.
What I have to offer: - Psychology at degree level, specifically Neuroscience as well as Biology and Chemistry.
As a current Masters student with previous experience in both teaching and media industries, I strive to provide extra help to those studying in media fields in a professional, yet approachable manner. This is through creative learning materials, workshops, and industry contacts.
I am a pupil of 1st Literary, who has landed his patent well. Wanting to become a history-geo teacher, intensive private lessons allow me to discover and deepen the profession. My History-Geo-EMC courses (the subjects where I am about 16/20 of average), are addressed to the students of the primary to the 3rd.
I try to be friendly with my student in order to ease out the pressure. Subject should be taught in the language which comes out from the daily experiences not through the academic jargon that one finds in the University level books.
I teach at different levels (from Nat 5 through HNC to degree) using a lecture/workshop discussion format. I feel its important to link lessons with the students' lived experiences to make the ideas easily understood. I utilize a mix of reading materials, online videos and discussions as part of my practice.
I want my classes to be open and friendly, and based on discussion around a particular topic. I am a friendly and personable person, and create an environment where the student can feel relaxed and able to ask anything they want about particular subject.
I think lessons should be exciting and engaging and work hard to plan learning activities that will not only help students to make academic progress but also foster enthusiasm for learning. I pay close attention to the different learning styles of students and am well practiced in dynamically assessing and responding to their needs and interests.
My goal is for every one of my students to leave each session feeling more comfortable about their skills than when we started. I don't want to be your personal editor, just giving you all the answers. I want you to feel like after we meet, you know how to find all the answers.
My teaching method will be based around your learning needs, I will always evaluate my students first to find out what areas they struggle with and how they learn and I will create a learning plan that suits the student.
My teaching method would be to look at the key aspects you're struggling with and to tackle them one by one. If you have a set list of things you'd like to work on, I can also help by giving advice and extra context.
I really enjoy art and discussions about culture, I always try to establish dialogue with artistic languages, especially cinema. Art is always a great instrument for systematizing knowledge that is awakened in class, and is a necessity in the style of evidence applied today.
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