I am an experienced researcher, research higher degree supervisor and mentor to early career researchers with extensive knowledge of theoretical and methodological aspects of research. I support students in identifying and describing the overall narrative and logic of their research: the research problem, theoretical approaches, research design and methods, findings and discussion.
intuition, listening and watching to the students needs. I study and read every time to get in touch with the most accurate way to reach each student singularity. I worship authentic interest in learning, and take care curiosity doesn't get spoiled.
If you are keen to learn and to achieve at school or university to the best of your ability, I can help you achieve your goals! I believe in student focused inquiry based learning drawing on evidence-based principles. Teaching and learning are active functions and focused on individual needs.
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 use a mix of creative/workshop methods, textual analysis and 1 on 1 discussion. I have worked with marginalised communities ranging from trans and gender-diverse people, Indigenous elders and youth, non-english speaking backgrounds, and nuero-diverse people, adapting for their respective needs.
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.
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.
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 teaching method is purely student-centered, focusing on the student's experiences of the classroom and they would seek to achieve as a teacher. I believe teaching through role-playing real-life teaching scenarios is helpful and experiencing a variety of resources firsthand is additionally vital.
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 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.
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.
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 work with each individual to find out their aims and their starting points and then draw up an individual action plan to be agreed with the pupil and his/her parents (if applicable). I can put together a series of sessions that work towards a specific examination goal or a series of sessions that develop fieldwork skills and that involve work out in the field.
The passion for my learners achieving allows me to target and motivate my students to their highest level. I believe teaching is a passion and not just a career. I will deliver and carry out my role with 100% motivation and commitment.
My teaching method is very student orientated. What I mean by this is, I believe the student should be able to lead their own learning and understanding.
I am a passionate educator with experience tutoring and teaching from early years through to university level. I am available for one-off sessions, short term bookings and longer bookings as well.
It is proven that there are 8 different types of intelligence that regardless of which individual has it will be able to reach the same result whenever it is found which suits him. So, of course, what my goal is when I teach, to find out how each student learns more easily, practicing, and teaching with the student's method.
My lessons will be student-led as my aim is to give further knowledge and understanding of the subject to the student. The lessons will focus on the students' particular needs (particular modules that they are struggling with etc). I will use theory and visual understandings to achieve my aims.
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 methods varies between taking the Word of God in context and relations and study verse by verse using Scripture to interpret Scripture and also to study it via the different subjects and doctrines, such as Theology (the study of the Trinity), Christology (the study of Christ), Pneumatology (the study on the Holy Spirit), Escatology (the study on the End times), etc.
In my teaching i apply Humanizing Pedagogy whereby i focus on the educational needs of my students. I uplift and educate my students with passion and enthusiasm.i am a PhD Scholar and I share my educational Experiences with my students.
I believe the classroom is a living community and that everyone, from the principal to the students to the parents, must contribute in order to maintain a positive atmosphere. Everyone in the classroom contributes as a student, teacher, and thinker. I learn from students as much as they learn from me.
My teaching methodology is question and answer and discussion. Group work is of vital importance in my lessons. I embark on asking learners to get prior knowledge. My name is Dr.
My teaching method is based on "The Growth Mindset" educational psychological method, where I constantly encourage my students to focus on the efforts and not results. My underlying principle is "My success as a tutor is contingent on the success of my students" To ensure this happen, I use stories, anecdotes, real life examples to drive my message acorss.
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 absolutely teach by means of association. Learners must learn in class and have to do only a little homework for further reinforcement at home! I teach based on what is asked in question papers, so learners can become exam fit.
Reinforcement classes are taught four times a week, on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, from 2:00 p.m. to 3:50 p.m., and the classes attended until the present time are from the 1st year of elementary school to the 3rd year from highschool.
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