I help students to make connections between challenging social theories to everyday examples that they can relate to. This helps to illuminate the insightful ideas that Sociology/Anthropology has to offer us and helps us to understand our lives at a deeper level.
I believe and utilise the pedagogy of 'Students as Partners' in my teaching and learning practice. What this means is that I will work with you in an open and dynamic way seeking to break down the popular didactic power relationships typically embedded in teaching in order to better grasp and fulfil the unique requirements of each student.
My teaching methodology is geared around each individual student. Depending on the needs and goals of the student my methodology is incorporative of a variety of approaches. My goal is to be personable with my students as to inspire improvement and a desire to study.
I use discussion method, questions and answers in my teaching. Participatory approach is the key. Think pair share is also a great as it makes students to think and share their thoughts with others.at lecture method can be used when introducing a new concept.
I love learning and I'm really passionate about the areas that I teach, but I understand that while history might be a huge interest for one student, it might be just another subject for someone else. That's ok! After our initial session, I will have a better grasp on what you specifically need out of your tutoring time, and the best way to get that to you.
Hello! I am a graduate of Anthropology and Sociology who is keen to help students become confident in using and applying the discipline to the wider world.
I am a Master of Archaeological Science student with a BSc (public health. I help students identify problem areas and assist students in developing relevant knowledge and study skills. I believe students should be encouraged to develop life long study skills through focusing of subjects that require tutor support.
My teaching methodology comes down to what the student prefers, whether it be topic based or what the student finds suits them.
My teaching method is specific to the student, each student learns differently and in knowing how they learn best is how they will achieve the best results. My teaching lessons are based on the Australian National Curriculum for primary students and the university achievement standards from university students.
I have a post graduate qualification in Australia. I have over 15 years of teaching and training experience in staff members of hotels, companies and educational institutions. I have proven ability to develop comprehensive training programs. I have developed activities aimed helping non-native speakers learn the English Language.
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 focus on student learning as interaction with written texts, and face to face engagements. This involves discussing and writing about your own research and learning processes with others as you learn. It also involves considering how what you learn relates to real life applications.
I try to change my method of teaching according to student's needs. Generally, I prefer to involve the student in the subject, by trying to let them explain what they get about it. I want them to explain me the topic they had to study to be sure they completely understand it.
I approach lessons by teaching the quick and effective ways to write well structured essays. I believe everybody is capable of success and enjoy supporting people in getting there.
I would be basically based on individual performance and capability. My approach is to enhance students way to collaborate with the subject.
My teaching metodology is based in significative learning by the experience.
Transparency and consistency are the two defining characteristics I seek to encourage in those who wish to study effectively. I believe that learning is a bidirectional relationship, we both grow together.
My teaching method will involve a lot of communication, so talking and discussing social issues and how we are to deal with them. I also would like to hear from students through presentation of what they think of the topic and how they understand it. I will also like to make it fun by creating a environment where students are free to enjoy and also learn.
I like to approach a tutoring session by first making sure I know the level of understanding the person I am teaching has for any given topic, and then go from there. I know learning can at times be frustrating if you're struggling to understand the content and that you might want to give up, so I aim to make my lessons easy to understand without it being too overwhelming.
My lesson are directly tailored to the needs of the student or students. These will include several methodologies including: 1. Assessment of levels of skill and understand 2. Individually designed lessons 3. Revision 4. Assessment of progression and developed understanding These lessons can be conducted at pace that is suitable to the learner.
Alongside English and Psychology I also have completed many hours of Statistics. I believe in addressing the concerns of the student above all else. I will tailor my lessons to the specific requirements of the student. The lesson stucture will be simple in that I will address the points where the student requires assistance and integrate new material when the student is ready.
Well hello there! My name is Simer and I graduated from Haileybury Girls College with a score of 48/50 for Sociology last year. Being able to learn the subject from the Chief Assessor (Mrs.
Academically, currently I’m in a my third year of a bachelor of the arts degree majoring in history and minoring in theatre and drama. I’ve always been passionate about the study of the past and hope to go on to a masters of secondary education as well as potentially a masters of archeology at some point.
My teaching method is to communicate key tips and pieces of knowledge effectively. I also have an abundance of practice papers, pre-prepared essays and long answers based on syllabus dot points.
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.
My teaching method is variable - depending on the time and involvement you require.
I am a qualified secondary school teacher with a bit of experience at working in school environments. My Bachelor is in Communication and Media, with a Postgraduate diploma in Education. My qualifications allow me to easily teach any students requiring help in these areas.
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.
My teaching method is both practical and theoretical. Depending on what you wish to learn or what skills you wish to develop, I will tailor my lessons to suit your goals. You can set your goals before we begin classes or we can discuss together what we believe you need to meet any particular targets.
I am a very hands-on interactive person and I learn how I teach. I cannot stand being lectured to for an hour and I don't teach this way. I much prefer to have questions asked, pose my own questions, and if applicable explore topics we both may be unfamiliar with to blend the teacher-student dynamic into a collaborative learning environment.
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