I help students to make connections between challenging social theories to everyday examples that they can relate to. This helps to illuminate the insightful ideas that Sociology/Anthropology has to offer us and helps us to understand our lives at a deeper level.
I teach my lessons in an interactive and engaging way. I believe getting to know my students plays an integral role in my lesson planning, as I am able to work with their strengths to help develop their weaknesses. I believe that all children need to be given the necessary tools to succeed, and this is only achievable if the teacher knows their student.
I am flexible and can adapt my lessons to my students. I believe that knowledge is power. I like to break work down and do it in steps - I believe this is the best way to learn and remember.
I have personally run educational programs in of 40+ high schools in the past two years, giving me a wide range of experience in teaching students of a range of backgrounds. I have worked with ESL students, students with learning disabilities and children of all knowledge backgrounds, being able to adapt content to suit their needs easily.
I am a very Socratic teacher, I believe in students coming to the answer through their own inquiry and in debate with the teacher. I do not expect rote learning or memorising for exams. I will set you reading tasks and expect you to participate in discussions with me. I will help with study techniques and essay / dissertation writing, but I won't do your homework for you.
I understand that everyone learns differently and students have widely differing needs when it comes to tutors. I offer a personalised and flexible program of discussion and activities tailored to the student’s needs, whether they're struggling with course content, report writing, or sentence and essay structure.
My approach towards teaching is geared not towards remembering vast amounts of information or content, but rather is focused on creating effective practices in processing information in order to develop stronger critical thinking skills that can be applied not only to History, but to any other topic or field.
I am so passionate about all of my students and believe in creating a nurturing environment from the basis of positive psychology to help foster the best grades that they can! I teach them the skills that they need for their SACS and Exams so that they can tackle these assessments head on with confidence! I primarily use my lessons to teach skills such as writing and content and I cater each of...
Hello! My name is Ben. I can help you with all things philosophy-related. As a tutor, I can offer any of the following: - The clarification of specialised topics and concepts in philosophy. (Including: ethics, metaphysics, epistemology, philosophy of language, formal logic, philosophy of mind) - Strategies for clear, concise and structured essay writing.
A positive mindset is key to teaching, as is the belief in every student, and encouraging them to have this within themselves too. I am capable of providing lessons for disengaged students to advanced learners. Lessons are shaped around student need and learning styles.
History has become an ever important topic in recent history, engaging students through social media and television whilst engaging them in theory work is vital. Practical and theoretical components. Relating to students and providing a fun yet informative experience is important to me.
I believe that to achieve the optimal outcome out of studying, one cannot rely entirely on the given materials but must exude a curiosity or exercise an effort to find out more details of the problem and apply their critical thinking skills in coming up with their own resolution to the problem.
I like to look at my students' goals, strengths and weaknesses and go from there. This provides students with an opportunity to let me help them use their strengths to fight their weaknesses, and see success in their results. In History sessions, I focus on how to think historically and critically, how to answer questions (e.g.
My tutoring technique begins with identifying my student's strong point for learning, whether that be using visual or auditory memory tools. I will never use ROTE learning for content, and prefer to use SRS learning (Spaced Repetition System, or consistent recall), combined with the use of mnemonics, rhymes and other techniques which utilise the brain's most sensitive learning methods.
I don't have a specific teaching method, however I like to talk and explain things or different concepts as well as possible so that it can be understood. I believe that reading, writing and talking about a learning concept are the best way to learn and understand. I also believe that learning should be fun and to make sure that something is achieved every lesson, whether big or small.
My teaching methodology is very relaxed and adjustable to each student's individual needs and learning styles. I approach life as one ongoing learning process which is shown in my love for learning and wanting to help any way I can for you to thrive.
I base my lessons on what needs to be done for the student to succeed at that current moment.
I can assist with essay writing, referencing, note-taking and research as well as understanding the various social theorists and their application.
My teaching methodology has been developed and refined through teaching placements and tutoring experiences at secondary schools. My primary intention is to develop student knowledge through a range of multi-skilled activities, adapting my teaching processes to best serve the student's learning preferences.
My teaching method is collaborative and supportive. I like to work with students who are open to learning and exploring, they should be willing to ask questions and put forward their perspectives and how they see the relevant topic. I can conduct classes one on one or in group sessions also depending upon the need of individuals and topic at hand.
I believe in building a strong rapport with students and making a dry subject like history fun and enjoyable through interactive activities. I believe that students should control their learning through questions and their own interests. This way they feel a better connection and ownership over what they are learning.
My teaching methodology counts on cognitive skills and enthusiasm of students, thus, my ways of teaching are very flexible. I try to deliver my best what a student needs.
My teaching method is to get students to understand some of the more difficult concepts which are approached in philosophy. I will help students write up an essay plan, as well as help them construct arguments. I prefer to read materials that the student is working with so that I can engage them with their ideas properly.
I mainly use the socratic method of teaching. I provide many many resources and help guide the student to find the answers.
My teaching method differs from student to student. Usually, I like to teach the content and then go over practice questions. With subjects like History and Economics I can help you develop your own notes in a method that would help you. But if you have specific areas of concern we can go over that too. I can help you connect your topics via mind maps and some other creative ways.
I work on the inclusive model of teaching - working with your style and not against it.
I base my classes and teaching on the knowledge that everyone learns differently and, therefore, will take some time to ensure that you are being taught in a way that will help you succeed.
One of the key requirements of humanities is to understand the topic from a deeper level and understand why and how certain things exist or have happened in the past. I focus on the student to have that clearer understanding and through the medium they best understand it with.
I have a very proactive approach towards my teaching method. I want the pupils to contribute and think critically in the class. I do not like to include my person opinions in the lectures and always welcome feedback. I look forward to working with your firm.
Teaching method is interactive learning - humanities and ethics are never black and white - it is all grey. There is never a right or wrong approach - it is a discussion and battle of perspectives and which ones are more appropriate in a given situation than the others.
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