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Home History Of Art Tutors across England

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Masters: MSt, Distinction, Modern British and European History (2011)
as part of my degree and during a summer in Florence. One of my long-term students recently won a place to study Art History at Cambridge. I would be very happy to help students taking English and/or History with me with their Art History schoolwork and university applications, thinking both about ways of describing the formal qualities of art objects, and about the biographical and historical contexts involved in their creation. Studying Art History is...


Maths, English, Chemistry, Craft and Design, Entrance Exams, History Of Art
PGCE: Primary Years (1993)
particularity interests of the child to help with planning lessons that are interesting to them. I have much experience of teaching SEN children and children who have 'dropped behind' in their school work. I have years of experience in teaching at the primary phase but also have much experience and knowledge in teaching maths at GCSE level. I am happy to travel to pupil locations. I stick by the mantra that learning should always be...


Maths, English, Entrance Exams, Drama, History Of Art
Masters: English & art history (2005)
it is important in so many cases to keep lessons engaging and fun. I strive to keep a healthy balance in this. So often 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, there is also a light hearted humour in all that we do. NB: I am actively seeking to expand by numbers of...


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: 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...


PGCE: Art and special education (1980)
I have been teaching for 35 years, especially special needs, English, Art and music I am also a counsellor I have worked for mainstream schools, special schools and units, colleges, the community, and extensive one to one teaching. 35 years experience in primary, secondary and special schools, colleges, community and adult education, and home tuition and one to one teaching, in London and East Anglia. Person-centred, adapting to suit my pupil's need…...
they are studying rather than just following a formula. I have various methods of teaching depending on the learning style of the individual student and the proximity of the exam. As the exam gets closer, focus on timing, memory of detail and technique become more pressing. But before that happens the ideas and arguments need to be fully consolidated. I will give feedback on writing style throughout and can provide my own detailed guide to...
all levels from private beginners to academic - GCSE, A'level, BTEC and Foundation level and BA Hons students.I can cover all examination boards. I can teach practical skills in painting (watercolour, acrylic, oil), drawing, printmaking, collage, sculpture, sketchbook work and portfolio building. I have also run classes on the crossover between Art and Architecture and Art history/theory. My approach is designed to suit the individual person and is very flexible and open to what is...
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...


Doctorate: PhD History of Art (2015)
ages! This is especially true for exam revision! I have an excellent grasp of (and a love for) the English language and also aim to improve literacy across subjects - including in maths and art. For online tutees, I use a free online whiteboard called BitPaper. We speak through Skype (or FaceTime) and I offer a first free lesson after the initial free consultation to offset the cost of a HUION tablet (£26.99 on Amazon)...

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