I offer tutoring online via any medium that suits you (e.g., email, Skype, messenger, WhatsApp, Zoom). My approach can be described as flexible/adaptive; relaxed and laid-back, yet highly responsive and enthusiastic/passionate; friendly; and, most importantly, effective.
A graduate of Sciences Po Paris and now practicing as a journalist, I offer coaching sessions for students who are applying for Sciences Po next year. My tutoring is thus intended for candidates who are working right now on their letter and their applications, and tomorrow will prepare for the oral interview.
My classes adapt to the student. Therefore, I develop several methodologies that can range from an interactive talk to the realization of different types of resources such as maps, timelines and conceptual schemes, among others, that help to understand the different topics. At the same time, I look for an active student participation that awakens an interest in learning.
As an experienced teacher, supportive mentor and knowledgeable career advisor, I help my students make informed decisions about their exams, university choices and career paths. In doing so, I consider the students' motivations and skills in order to optimise their success.
It is essential a first recognition, then a diagnosis of the shortcomings, good planning and excellent execution in the development of learning, finally, the total review. However, it should be noted that each student is different, therefore there is no scheme in which to put it. That makes the characteristics of each one a different objective to raise.
My methodology for private lessons (and as much as possible for classes) is to start from what my students are to offer them a way of learning that suits them. I also try to understand their needs to best meet them and help them achieve their goals.
Doctor in cognitive sciences graduated from the University of Strasbourg, holder of a master 2 of research in Biology and a master 2 professional in mediation and science journalism, I offer tutoring journalism and science communication.
I am a student in dual studies at the Jean-Jaurès University of Toulouse in anthropology (sociology option) and in philosophy. I followed an ES course in high school and got my bac with mention with 16 in philosophy and 17 in sociology.
The course takes place in three stages: - resumption of the course as seen in class of notions, articulations / philosophical logics + repetition of the methods of text commentary and dissertation seen in class, identification of misunderstandings and difficulties - work on concepts , On texts or methods that have posed difficulties for the student - application of methods and knowledge to a...
I can help you with the courses of your teachers but also bring you additional material or help you in writing your files for the Baccalaureate, Philosophy and your oral language. I can also help you with all the methodology of the dissertation (in SES as in philosophy or in French).
For the social science learning it is essential to show your most fun part and look for a nexus of implication between the student and the subject. Because of this, I look for my classes to be much more dynamic and entertaining than traditional classes, making students feel motivated in learning. For this I use technological resources such as Power Point, audiovisual resources, gamifications, etc.
I want to stop considering history as a subject that can only be learned through the organization of a learning by heart. For me, history must be learned as "a story" with its lot of unsaid but its logical sequence of events. It seems to me important to reason from a funny, striking or unusual point to then use an umbrella reasoning to understand what we learn.
I have a Bachelor's and a Full Degree in Social Sciences from UNESP, a Master's and a PhD in Sociology, both from UFPR. I have experience as a university professor of the disciplines of Sociology, Contemporary Society, Philosophy, Citizenship, Elaboration of research projects, among others.
I have 20 years teaching different academic levels, in the last 9 years I have taught Universal History and Geography. In my History classes, I focus a lot on the understanding of historical events, why they occurred and their repercussions. In the case of Geography, I also like to explore and understand both natural and sociopolitical events that exist today.
Through dynamic classes, I intend to show the student that the disciplines of humanities can be very pleasant. Easily to deal with children and adolescents, the classes may be appropriate as the student, using new ways of learning for the student to feel comfortable in taking any questions about the humanities.
Currently a student at the University of São Paulo (USP), with experience in the area, private tutoring and directed to the entrance exam and routine studies. I produce reinforcement materials and minister lectures, as well as I carry out entrance exams in conjunction with the student.
The world has changed a lot in the last 50 years and that is why it is necessary to review certain concepts of classical International Relations to adapt them to contemporary reality. I rely on my own book "International Relations for Non-experts" to explain with clear examples the dynamics of the current world.
My teaching method is inspired by the Greco-Roman education, in the style of the ancient Greek schools, in which work was encouraged from the student's motivation. Beyond helping to ensure that the minimum knowledge of each subject can be covered, I consider humanitarian work and teamwork very important. Values, study and effort are an essential trinomial.
My classes are structured in the historical and social contextualization of the topics addressed and in the joint construction of a line of reasoning based on the knowledge already owned by the student.
Stuffed classes are not my thing, so I always try to develop the contents of the sessions using tools such as film, music, visual arts and examples taken from the everyday. I usually propose a text on which the discussion will revolve, this with the aim of improving the reading comprehension skills, analysis capacity and, above all, the formulation of good questions.
My teaching method is based on the socio-constructivist perspective that has as its percussor Lev Vygotski. It takes historical and cultural characteristics for the development of the learning of the subjects involved in the educational process. Thus, the student is placed in a role of equality with the teacher.
My methodology focuses on the tracking of pedagogical difficulties and the deconstruction of paradigms to then promote student interest through topics of interest, within which it is easier to understand difficult issues. approaching this pedagogical process in a calm and personal way.
My teaching method is learning based on understanding, where the student is motivated to learn by associating physical, chemical and biological phenomena with everyday phenomena. As a great pedagogue, Paulo Freiré, said, one must learn to apprehend, first learn to study and then learn the subject.
Meeting students at their current level, I use a constructionist pedagogical approach to address the subjects of immediate interest and relevance to my students through problem-based learning.
My approach to the subject is free. Point to the student's knowledge, his passions and his problems, in order to make it easier for him to learn the subject. The method of study is fundamental, I will try to teach him for a better knowledge of the subject itself.
Having been a Scout leader for many years, I base my methodology in a pedagogical way by adapting myself to the needs of the student and his requests as well as those of his teachers. Because of my multidisciplinary school I think I can easily adapt to all types of methodologies according to the subjects taught.
I deal with each piece of theory on the basis of the table of contents. It clearly shows the main titles and the subtitles, on the basis of the table of contents you can then "hang" your study material on your table of contents. The first lesson will therefore mainly consist of structuring the subject matter.
We will try to explain the subject in a pleasant and direct way always trying to make the classes as fun as possible. We will begin by solving doubts and explaining the matter that has not been clear. We will carry out various practical activities (text comments, maps, etc.
I like to follow a work plan that shows the achievements obtained so that the objectives are not lost, but I like to explain in a didactic way with slides, videos and images, learning can be in an enjoyable way.
First year student at the Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Bordeaux (Sciences Po Bordeaux) I propose my experience and my success in competitions (Bordeaux and Commun) to help you pass the admission exams to the different IEPs.
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