My personal pedagogy is to ensure all students have a growth mindset and can reach their goals. I work with the current curriculum as well as the students own goals to create an individualised learning plan that consists of reachable goals so that the student is not set up for failure. I believe any student can achieve a high standard of work when given the right tools to do so.
For me the most important thing is your motivation. The main part of my work is to help you to find and maintain a gainful motivation. My teaching method is focused on your autonomy and your objectives: try to reach your goals with pleasure.
I believe in student focused inquiry based learning drawing on Constructivist principles. Teaching and learning are active functions and focused on individual needs. Discussion and student capacity to check for understanding at regular intervals is vital to my practice, as is colour and creativity.
My teaching method is student-centric. The progress made is really dependent on the efforts of both the student and the teacher. I approach topic by lesson wise objectives set for each day. That takes care of the long term as well as short term goals.
My teaching method is practical and engaging, using lots of visual learning techniques. As I am currently studying teaching, I have up to date training in new teaching methods and resources. I have a great understanding of the modern student.
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.
I specialise in a teaching approach called Cultures of Thinking, which emphasised better thinking as the foundation of better learning and understanding. As a result of this I have an immensely individualised process with my tutees, because the key from the outset is to get to know not just what they are thinking, but how they are thinking about a question.
My methodology is simple, teach well by being well-prepared with a variety of fun, engaging and useful activities that allows students to learn, remember and apply the concepts learned. I explain concepts in a very clear, clever and unique manner that is memorable and entertaining.
I'm an online tutor of the Social Sciences, including Sociology and Psychology. I have three degrees, Qualified Teacher Status and over twelve years of teaching & tutoring experience. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Sociology: GCSE, iGCSE, A level, undergraduate. Psychology: GCSE, A level, undergraduate. UCAS application advice and support.
My teaching method is based upon establishing understanding through use of a Socratic method of learning and repetition of relevant examples.
I am a friendly secondary school teacher, I have been qualified for 10 years as a Drama and English teacher, and have held the post of Head of Performing Arts for the past 5 years. I'm passionate about my subject both practical and theory elements. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I specialise in English, Drama, Performing Arts and A level Theatre Studies.
My aim is always to build a positive and supportive relationship with students. I develop tutoring programmes with the student so that our work together is clearly focused on areas that they have identified for development. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I have taught History, Psychology, Sociology, English, Geography and RE. I have also tutored for Functional Skills and Study Skills.
I ensure that the student understands the study skills techniques needed to complete assignments at an advanced level. Not everyone aces their first few assignments but I will provide you with concrete information about what you did well and teach you specific techniques to improve your assignments next time.
I love working with all sorts of people to help them realise their dream and full potential. Come and have a chat and lets see if we can put together a plan today. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach a multitude of different subjects including portfolio learning. - Tell me about your qualifications. I have a Masters, a BA Hons degree.
I like to teach based on a constructivist model and symbolic interactionism whose attention and development is focused exclusively and individually on each of the students. I believe that the teaching - learning process should offer qualities and tools of a pragmatic nature focused on the resolution of social contingencies using eclectic tools.
My classes are aimed at all types of public and people, who want to improve their skills and knowledge; for that reason I rely on Significant Learning, that is, from the previous knowledge of the person. I work in a didactic way, through different activities, but the student can also propose others according to their level, need, interest or topic.
I've been an English language teacher and teacher trainer for 20 years. For the past 14 years, I held the position of Senior Lecturer in TESOL at a British University. I am now self-employed and support the success of home and international students.
David prepares thoroughly for his tutorials and his teaching has been highly commended. He aims to adapt his teaching to fit with the student's learning patterns. David is warm and friendly in his approach, but he is prepared to challenge students when required. He marks homework effectively and promptly.
I have a strict but dynamic teaching method, the basis of student learning is the teacher and I do what I can to make the relationship always good and fun. The classes are developed depending on the topics that are treated.
Teaching material will be adapted dependant upon the student's preference of modules and level of interest. Psychology is a board subject and branches into many different sub-categories. Available to teach Biology, Maths and Home Economics A-Level. The key is communication, setting objectives, detailed notes, practice.
My teaching method is to tailor my lessons to each child. All children are unique therefore lessons need to be suited to the child. I place great emphasis on reading and from this open up topics such as comprehension and spellings based on our current book. Within maths I place a strong emphasis on basic addition and subtraction from which we can build on to further topics.
Above all, it is about exercising the method of maieutics; discover the knowledge that the student already has through dialogue. This only in a first phase of reflection: for that knowledge to be truly possessed requires a joint and summarized exhibition of what has already been thought.
My way of teaching is through the reflection itself, and understanding of the subject. I like that the student uses his own processes of thought to fulfill his objective.
I am a keen proponent of enquiry based learning and feel this approach is generally the most effective for dynamic learning. I have taught both the IB and UK curriculum and feel I can utilise the benefits of each.
This comprehensive exposure to all things education enabled to develop a bespoke and personailsed approach to teaching. An approach grounded in inclusive practice, patience and most of all enthusiasm for the subject at hand. This can be evidenced through my recent acceptance into The University of Sheffield studying Social Research MA. A highly demanding postgraduate pathway.
I focus on primary and high school ages. I teach through both cooperative and cognitive teaching styles. I give guided support in research, give structure to essay writing and helpful hints and tricks to exam prep. But most importantly I will tailor the lessons to my pupils so that they can have a better learning experience.
I am a registered psychologist. My classes are based on day to day, with daily examples, the study techniques are more by association than memorization for the best capture of the subject. As a teacher I understand that each individual is different and therefore the learning mode too, so I adjust to their rhythm.
I base my teaching on assessing each child. Firstly I do a series of tests to see what level the child is working at currently, or work with their current school grades. I discuss with parents and child, what is predicted of them and what we can hope to achieve together. I may even construct a timetable, timeframe of what I expect we will cover (from the curriculum) The fun part...
I want to create a comfortable environment for my students so they can learn at there own pace and not feel pressure or embarrassment of not knowing. It's all about learning and we all start at the bottom before we get to the top.
I primarily aim my lessons at undergraduate students and prospective undergraduates and therefore my style is less prescriptive. As a student myself, I understand that an hour long session working through tutor-created schemes of work isn't necessarily what is needed. Instead I like to focus on what the student needs and provide them with exercises, ideas or assistance to achieve their goals.
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