My teaching method is based on my general knowledge i have on subjects such as social sciences, geography, maths and writing. If i am not confident about a particularly topic, I will make sure I acquire the necessary knowledge about that topic either through the internet or state library then apply this knowledge to my student.
Every aspect of English has several different angels from which to explain. Using every angel creates a solid understanding. Not every learner is an auditory learner, I incorporate visual aides wherever possible, and try to relate to the learner through their interests.
CIARA KIRBY I am a committed, hardworking student with a strong work ethic and friendly attitude. I am currently undertaking a bachelor degree in Arts at the University of Melbourne. I am enthusiastic and very interested in working with students of all year levels to help them achieve their best.
I am a scholarly based teacher and believe in the power of discussion. I can formulate lessons toward your interests and assist with essay writing and exploring texts at the university and high school levels. I am a great mentor to my students and believe in assisting them to become brilliant scholars.
I am a third-year student in a Bachelor of English, looking to complete honors. I have won the Newcastle Short Story Award, shortlisted for the Monash University Prize, and have an upcoming publication with the ASSF. In 2017, I was placed on the Faculty Commendation List for Education and the Arts. I received marks of 90+ for my creative writing courses at the University of Newcastle.
My teaching method consists of talking with the student and firstly discussing areas they are having the most difficulty with, and developing a lesson plan most suited to their learning style. We then then break down the problem into small manageable segments and work through them at the students pace, providing examples and encouraging them to attempt the problem themselves.
What works best for the student. Online or face-to-face sessions works for me. I'm good at reviewing drafts and getting you the perfect paper for submission. Can also assist in guiding you on how to start off.
I assist students that are struggling with specific aspects or tasks (presentation, speech, essay). The students bring their problem to the table, and we work together to solve the issue. Lessons are usually an hour long, and we use Skype, and email to exchange documents and send annotated copies of work.
While many tutors stick to one method of teaching, I formulate my lesson plans around the individual and their distinct strengths and weaknesses. This approach not only put students on the fast track to their desired results but teaches new skills along the way.
My priority is to gain an understanding of my student's level of knowledge and what they would like to achieve. I believe that the key to success as a tutor is to approach teaching with the mindset of a student, that way we can work together to solve problems rather than be limited to a rigid, one-way-street form of learning.
Being a young student and having only been in high school not so long ago myself, I understand the classroom scenario and how difficult it can be as a student to keep up. It is my intention to help you, the student, in any way possible and fit the lesson to your learning style. I am a big believer that English isn't just important for passing English, it is a life skill.
I'm a friendly, creative and flexible uni student with 10 years of experience working with kids. I graduated in 2015 and currently study at the University of Melbourne.
My teaching method is task-based, with focus on the topics, homework, and assignments students have been given in class, with an aim to address the marking criteria to maximise the student's grades while also ensuring the student's personal growth and learning.
I believe that it is a teacher's duty to foster critical thinking and a passion for learning. In order to do this, the student must be made to engage with the content and be given the power to ask and answer their own questions clearly and effectively.
- My primary goal as a tutor is to ensure the student develops their own personal strategies and techniques when faced with work. My tutoring philosophy centers around the idea of 'leading by example', I help the student get organised, motivated and prepared to tackle assignments by offering guidance on how to approach a task.
I approach the topic by catering to the students needs and desires. Some students may want challenge? Others may like a soft approach, some may need to be pushed... I like to understand my student and give them the freedom to be dynamic.
My teaching methods are to encourage and motivate students through praise and reward based learning, ensuring content is fun and students are engaged.
Lessons can be modified and suited to students needs. I can help students with a range of aspects to do with English, such as writing techniques, comprehension, noting, drafting and assignment help. Lessons tend to be 1 hour long but exceptions can be made.
Lessons are personalised and may include assistance with school topics, assessments, writing projects, or can be individualised to topics of interest. My teaching methods vary depending on the needs of the student. A lesson plan (or term plan) will be provided at the beginning of the session.
My teaching method is based around what helped me to achieve good results in high school and skills I have later honed at uni. High school essays are particularly stressful as you need to be able to have the in depth knowledge of the text within its context to adapt to the question provided on the spot.
Hello! My name is Emily Dodd and I am studying Advanced Humanities at UQ. I graduated from Brisbane State High School in 2016. I am particularly interested in tutoring high school students who may be finding English or the Humanities challenging and need a helping hand.
My teaching methodology is tailored to the personality and interests of the student. I like to harness the innate qualities of each student and specialise in engendering knowledge and deep learning through analogy and anecdote, thus bringing about thorough understanding.
My teaching method is based on a holistic learning approach that offers students a grand conceptual understanding, followed by subsequent lessons structured around key elements of texts and the relationship of these parts. All students are capable of grasping grand concepts.
I believe in guided inquiry and fostering the creativity and critical capacity of students. I believe in a good, positive atmosphere and constructive dialogue between student and teacher where both feel respected and engaged. Learning should be fun and never dull.
I am a highly motivated and passionate recent High School graduate who is extremely knowledgeable about the WACE program. I am able to offer lessons for Literature, English, Philosophy and Art and have successfully increased the grades of past students.
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.
Hi there, my name is Tyla and I would love to help you out! I understand that there is a world of diverse learners out there so first I would get to know your learning style so that I can better understand how to help you succeed.
UQ student studying to be a high school teacher, majoring in English and History keen to help and gain experience along the way.
my teaching method is effective, its face to face and providing an opportunity for students to apply what they learn in the classroom to real-life experiences has proven to be an effective way of both disseminating and integrating knowledge.
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