First steps : introduction to basic philosophical theories. The etymology of terms and Greek language , Greek physical philosophers, Pre Socratic philosophy, Socrates, Plato, Aristotle,Neo Platonism, Stoics, Skepticism. My teaching method contains the diagrams, notes, discussions, questions, texts, power point presentation.
I provide classes to students of all ages and most subjects. Also happy to help to prepare for final exams any tests or one-off projects or assignments as well. If you need to understanding concepts better or just help regarding passing tests or completing assignments I can do both and happy to help with that.
My teaching method is patient explanation of the concepts, with lots of concrete examples and case studies. I often use diagrams to help explain ideas. Memorable stories and examples are often used too.
I am an outgoing, patient and friendly person who loves to learn. I have a passion for motivating people when it comes to a new subject, as I feel that when someone is excited by the material they are engaged with, then they have a greater chance of succeeding. I also like to use analogies, in order to make content more accessible and understandable.
I tailor my classes to the curriculum of every individual student, working on the key skills and constantly referring to the rubric and criteria.
Believing that students are the solution and have the answers that others seek rather than a problem that needs to be addressed is the main foundation in the way I would tutor.
I HAVE A DIALECTIC APPROACH METHOD TO TEACHING WHICH IS ALLOWING EACH STUDENT TO DEVELOP THEIR INNER POTENTIALS.
Diogenes believed in living by his own rules. He didn’t believe in toilets, partially because toilets weren’t invented yet, but mostly because he lived in a barrel.
I recently graduated high school with four separate certificates awarded to me for my knowledge and dedication to philosophy. I am looking for students who need a little help in learning philosophy and are willing to put in the effort to further their knowledge.
My name's Nam and I'm currently studying a masters in teaching. My curriculum for each student would vary due to the fact that not every student seeks a tutor for the same reason. For students looking to improve their knowledge, I would provide extracurricular tasks as well as revise their current workload with them.
I like to engage my students with the purpose of why they are learning that particular material foremost in mind. They are brought to their own conclusions in a way that gives them an understanding of the whole, as opposed to just the facts.
My teaching method is to guarantee that at every point of the course, the student has understood the higher aim of what he is leaning. I am a big fan of every day examples and I don't think that pure theory is well-adapted to understand thoughts.
My lessons will aim to be as engaging as possible. History in particular can be quite boring at times, so I intend on making them as fun as possible. Because History is a fantastic subject and a great skill to have! My lessons will tailor to the area best suitable to the students wants, and will aim to uncover all social and political problems that surrounded that significant time in History.
My teaching is based on the VCE course, recently updated, as well as including my own case studies and knowledge to give students unique information that will make assessors impressed. Having been in students shoes 12 months ago I have relevant experience as well as new knowledge which will be shared in relation to their needs within Geography.
My lessons are geared towards students who have trouble staying interested in history and attempt to make links between the past and the present to show how understanding our history shapes how we approach our future.
I believe the easiest way to understand something is to develop a passion for it. Therefor it is my job to make the content you need to learn something you're also interested in and at the very least something you can relate to.
i can be fit anywhere but i love to help them who really want to be something like the one who don't know dancing then i'll help them to be a good dancer and the one who wants be something they have goals but they are facing problem to reach there then i'll help them out and give them tips for their better future and only for watching smile on their faces.
As a student of philosophy and people lover, I change my teaching method for each and every one of my students! Building a strong communicative bond with my students is the BEST way to make sure lessons are both productive and enjoyable for the both of us.
My teaching method is to take what you are required to learn, and break your assessment takes down into easier to manage chunks - I then spend time explaining them in a simple way, and tailor lessons to different learning types.
I am passionate about international politics, economics, sociology, public policy and other subjects related to power, society and how we live. My students benefit from my ability to translate confusing theory into everyday practical examples. I believe all students have the capacity to succeed in their studies with the right guidance. I think learning should be a fun and rewarding experience.
Open conversation, finding the joy in learning and really understanding topics, rather than just memorising facts. I also love critical and analytic thinking, so challenging what is learnt and also applying it to life.
I am happy to work one-on-one with students whether helping with essandy planning or reviewing drafted work. I can assist with explaining material such as lectures or readings, and help guide students to understand concepts and content. I am always happy to guide my teaching practices to the needs of the student.
True exemplary performance in examinations is achieved through two principles - understanding of the course content, and understanding of what the examination requires. In my lessons I will focus upon supplementing your learning in school with more focused and detailed explanations of ideas, thinkers, and texts that are not available in a classroom environment.
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.
My teaching model is based on differentiation through diagnostic assessments and planned development through scaffolding of learning experiences. I work through an understanding of the student's needs and through developing a positive and connected relationship. I aim to empower each of my students in order that they become confident in their journey to becoming successful in their area of need.
I will be able to help you review past assessments to determine your strengths and weaknesses, and help you work on what needs improving. I can also help you analyse, interpret and plan for upcoming assessments. Additionally, I can work with you to improve your argument construction, analysis and critiquing skills, as well as develop clear and concise writing skills.
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 take time to listen to everyones side of the story take notes and observe the situation I then apply my knowledge to what is occurring to help solve the issue fairly and ethically for the betterment of both the parties.
Hi there, I'm Tom. I am a professional writer and editor, currently undertaking a Master's degree in Screen and Media Production. I hold Bachelor's degrees in Laws and Languages, with fluency in French and a sound basic knowledge of Chinese (Mandarin). Film, theatre and literature are my speciality subjects and I am a dedicated Shakespeare enthusiast.
I am a patient and good-natured individual. I show this through the support of those I'm tutoring, and focus on positive reinforcement. In my perspective, failure is not a bad thing; it provides us with the opportunity to grow and learn from mistakes.
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