In historical, sociological or political learning the geopolitical background to your study allows you to have a unique understanding when preparing papers on your selected subject. I teach exclusively via online tutoring either via skype or typing directly to your queries.
Student-centred teaching which encourages student curiosity and critical analysis is the foundational element of my teaching pedagogy. In the classroom, my placement experiences are often geared towards working to engage students in delving into the historical past in ways which work to nurture the changing landscape that is history.
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 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 didactic and designed to engage students in a collaborative and reflective learning journey. I like to begin with a knowledge based presentation based on the Bible and other authentic materials and move into reflective questioning leading to group discussion.
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I mainly use the socratic method of teaching. I provide many many resources and help guide the student to find the answers.
I have been tutoring students from year 1 through to Masters level at University for over 10 years. Lessons are catered to each student's abilities and needs. Lessons are based on what is needed, whether it be supporting school learning or explaining how to answer a difficult question.
I prefer visual aids for learning/memorising material. Colour, pictures etc. assist some students in retaining information more than non visual aids or just copying notes down. I'm happy to sit with a student and find a way that aids them in learning the material that best suits them as a student.
My teaching method is to base each lesson around a certain module within the set topic. No one can adequately understand an entire topic as a whole so its important to extract the important questions that are most likely to be assessed.
My reflective practice and teaching interests I am dedicated to continually reflecting on my abilities as a teaching and research mentor. Inside the classroom, I solicit feedback from students and use this feedback to shape future lectures and classes. Outside of the classroom, I am committed to strengthening my teaching abilities through ongoing education.
I cherish the biblical injunction to ask, seek, and knock, as a way to receiving, finding, and having a door opened (Matthew 7:7); not the least of which is the door of knowledge. This scripture resonated immensely with my understanding of teaching and learning and growing in Christ in my early years.
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.
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.
By reflecting on personal and shared experience and recognising the works of God already, this can then be refined and formed through dialogue
With a passion for teaching the humanities and social sciences, I am able to support students from school age to postgraduate level in their studies of history, religion and sociology with interesting and comprehensive lessons that focus on content as well as writing skills.
With experience in running seminars for philosophy students and a 2:1 Honours degree in Philosophy, I can offer one to one online sessions up to an hour long where we can pick apart and discuss key topics you are studying (though travel may be possible in some cases if you would prefer).
My motto: I can teach you swimming, I can't swim for you. I ensure inquisitive learning, I practice self learning and thought provoking techniques to ensure that student don't become dependent on anyone. I believe each person can learn the art of remembering, understanding and applying the basic principles which can help solve larger problems.
My teaching method focuses on the individual needs of the student. Every session is tailored to specific needs and aims to maximise success every step of the way. I don’t believe in a one-size fits all approach, and that every student is different. All of my lesson plans are specifically formulated, and I see tutoring as a collaborative activity between student and teacher.
My teaching method depends entirely on you. If you want to improve rapidly in a singular area such as Religious Studies, then my tutelage shall be concentrated and concisely directed in that area. If you'd prefer advice across several subjects, then my method will be more diverse and generalised -perhaps taking more time but ensuring to cover each subject thoroughly.
I like to put a 'issue' and see what made it, how people reacted and what was outcomes. Sometimes looking at it from the point of view of a modern person,sometimes taking side of another era viewer.We discuss using PPE and I support with use of specific terminology.
I approach teaching by first getting to know you and how you work. From there, I identify strengths and weaknesses and attempt to strengthen your poorer areas and integrating them into your work.
I take a hands-off calm approach to teaching, giving you the information, intellect and technique to teach yourself how to succeed in history. Fellows in College have praised me on my listening and patient nature and my want to help them. I will give you the skills needed to succeed in history.
My approach to teaching is to enable students to engage with the material intellectually and think about it from the inside. I do this by using a variety of thought experiments, real world examples, and probing questions. This enables students to appreciate the real value of ideas and world-views which are complicated and often not obvious.
My teaching methodology is very much dependent on each and every students needs. I am very versatile and can adapt to all scenarios. I understand that we are all different in our learning and in our first session we will figure out what our best approach will be.
Lectures and dialogues with classic books in hand, as well as some domestic activities and texts via blog. I also want to start using video tools for educational support if necessary. Prevalence of a neotomist background pedagogy based on Jacques Maritain.
I am a lecturer in Philosophy currently on my PhD at Lancaster University. From my wealth of experience as a lecturer for more than four years, am sure my student will have the best story to tell in their chosen career.
I can offer GCSE/A-Level Religious Studies lessons tailored to your exam board.
I give lessons up to university level, including support in writing essays and papers. Lessons are focused on a particular topic, beginning with a presentation and ending with an open discussion. Along with teaching philosophy directly, I believe that it is important to foster debate in order to develop critical thinking skills.
I offer a friendly and approachable style to teaching, allowing learning to co-inside with jokes and laughter. Being a student myself, I understand that sometimes strict book work and seriousness does not always equal the best outcome. I tend to start lessons by re-capping the previous session, allowing the student to get back into the mindset of what we are covering.
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