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Home History Of Art Tutors across England

We can enable you to find the right home history of art teacher in England to compliment your child's education, or if you are an adult learner, your own education. Home history of art tuition is an excellent way to improve confidence, knowledge (and grades). Please use our service to search for private history of art teachers near you (anywhere in England) and choose the one who fits your needs.

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Bachelors: Degree: Bachelor of Arts in Modern Languages (French and Spanish) from Oxford University. (2009)
classroom; in my experience, there is no correlation. My policy therefore is to adapt to the needs of each individual student, whether this means re-engaging a mind through different learning techniques (studying bite-size pieces of literature is a non-irksome and intellectually stimulating way of developing grammar/vocab/oral proficiency), shoring up any grammatical gaps impeding progress, or focusing on a particular skill set e.g. oral communication, or target e.g. an examination. I am happy to help children/adults...


Masters: II1 English & Art History (2004)
pupil who has not achieved their desired results. Lastly, it is important in so many cases to keep lessons engaging and fun and I strive to keep a healthy balance in this as it is often the case that I meet pupils who have initially fallen out of love with a subject and bringing them back on board is essential. Whilst the emphasis is always on academic progress, I believe my pupils and I do...
catalogues My tutorials start by assessing the student's understanding of the subject. I then address the areas that need clarification by breaking them down into more basic questions/tasks. I always provide examples, which help students master the subject and remember it more easily. Finally, I always make sure there is enough time to recap at the end of each tutoring session. I am at the same time authoritative and friendly, and both students and parents...


Masters: Post Graduate History of Art Foundation Certificate (2010)
art. Fine Art Materials and Techniques: Drawing, Mixed Media, Installations, Conceptual Art, Collage, 2D and 3D images, Textile Art, Painting, Ink and Wash, Pastels and New Media Fine Art Subjects: Still Life, Landscape, Urban Landscape, Life Drawing, the Clothed Figure, Interdisciplinary subjects - art and photography, art and writing, and more. Portfolio preparation and personal statement writing for Foundation and Higher Education Courses Essay and report writing Contextual and critical studies Presentations for peer to...


Bachelors: Bachelor of Arts Degree with Honours, Upper Division. (2015)
teaching method is sometimes a passive one, I want to tailor my lessons to what the student feels they should be focusing on (within reason of course) and do my best to work with my students and not against them. Curiosity and genuine interest are the best teaching methods, so fostering an excitement in a child, or simply offering them a sense of encouragement and a boost in self-esteem when they understand something they didn't...
as Head of GCSE English at an OFSTED Outstanding school. However, my passion remains individual and small group tuition, which I feel is the best way to maximise my students' comprehension and - crucially - enjoyment of their subject. I work with all ages and levels in a positive, friendly and supportive way, building confidence and understanding. Working individually with students allows me to focus effectively on their specific needs, such as developing essay skills...
be, approach to exams and coursework. I would seek to understand the specific needs of my tutees to create a catered and specific approach to their tutoring. Moreover, this would involve creating a love for their subject, understanding the logic behind science and mathematic disciplines, and analysis for history and english disciplines. With regards to exams and coursework, I would seek to create a structured and tailored plan to achieve the best that the pupil...
worked as a clarinet instructor for two years! My teaching philosophy is to adapt to the student: find their interests and explore them, in order to improve. I find that enthusiasm and memory are closely linked, which is why computer games and movies may often seem more attractive than schoolbooks. The key is to step outside the curriculum and gather the materials that will ultimately allow the student to rise above exams instead of struggling...
a TEFL certificate and I have taught art workshops to young adults and children. I am a director and owner of The Letterpress Collective, a community letterpress workshop in Bristol that teaches the skill to small groups. I have worked as a primary school classroom assistant, as well as for the education department within the Barber Institute of Fine Art, Birmingham. I aim to harness a student's strengths, as well as encouraging them to take...


Bachelors: 2.1 (1986)
are reading. Essay structure will fall into place once the text has been grasped. And when the text is clear any essay question can be answered. This is beginning to sound very zen! What I mean is there are no short cuts but it is a wonderfully rewarding subject. I have a rigorous approach but I also think that the experience of being tutored should be fun. For History of Art once again it is...

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