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First Tutors can enable you to find the right local computer studies / i.t. tutor in Northern Ireland to enhance your child's education, or if you are an adult learner, your own education. Private computer studies / i.t. tuition is an excellent way to improve confidence, knowledge as well as increasing grades. Please run a search for private computer studies / i.t. tutors near you (anywhere in Northern Ireland) and choose the one who fits your requirements.

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Elaine
ICT department. Currently I am teaching ICT, Computer Science and Business Studies from A Level up to Foundation Degree level. I have taught a variety of examination boards and I am also a GCSE and A'Level examination moderator for AQA and CCEA. My approach to teaching is to inspire the learner to reach their full potential through engaging yet challenging activities to suit the needs of the learner. Every person is different and my teaching...
Narelle
also tutor french, maths & english to GCSE level and ICT/ computing up to degree level. For the past 5 years i have been working as a full time lecturer in ICT and specialise in database and web development. I have completed my PGCE in ICT with QTS. I am familiar with a wide variety of specs for GCSE ICT and A Level ICT/ computing. I enjoy working one to one with students and preparing...

Stephen

Bachelors: Computing and IT (2015)
html5, css3, jquery, php, javascript etc etc. I could go on. I practice programming on a daily basis and am a skilled developer. I have helped 3 people get into university who needed help on courses such as hnd computing, access course and a levels. I like to cover all the bases reading, writing, seeing, practicing, problem solving . I can relate to how students think and how they see what they are being taught...

William

School: GCSE in Additional Mathematics (2013)
a class-mate take a younger class under our wings. This experience has really allowed me to have a better understanding of what responsibility means. In the past when I was volunteering as a tutor I developed a strategy. First of all I assess the level of the student. When that is done I find out the difficulties the student is having with the subject and then I address those difficulties by using simple step by...

Tiarnan

School: Chemistry A Level - A (2013)
I also have numerous younger siblings that I routinely help with problems they find in their GCSE and A Level subjects I feel as though there are two ways to go about preparing for an exam. One is to understand topics completely, the other is rote learning. Both approaches however will take hard work and will require the tutee to study past papers. My preferred approach to tutoring would be to help the tutee understand...
Christopher

Christopher

Bachelors: Computer science (2011)
Running IT workshops on security for groups of 25+ Miscellaneous experience Taught kids in individually and in groups how to kayak in America showing an ability to teach children an entirely new skill To speak with the child &/ individual to find out exactly what areas they are struggling with and why they find them difficult so that I can put a plan/practical (where possible) in place. I myself am a very visual learner so...
Karen
of these students with subject specific revision and others with study skills. I have a 100% success rate in my A-level Moving Image Arts classes and currently moderate for CEA. My approach to tutoring is very much according to the needs of the client. I will begin by establishing what the client requires from the tutoring session and then put together a proposal of what will be covered. I will also spend time on general...
Kathryn
both Key Stage One and Key Stage Two children in all areas of the National Curriculum. It is my goal to have high expectations of all the children that I teach, and continually demonstrate and promote the positive values, attitudes and behaviour that I expect from them, in tangent with a comprehensive delivery of the National Curriculum. In addition, I incorporate a range of strategies to promote good behaviour and maximise learning, and aim for...

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