Skip to main content

Local Sociology Tutors in Scotland

We can help you find the right home sociology tutor in Scotland to compliment your child's education, or if you are an adult learner, your own education. Private sociology tuition is an excellent way to improve confidence, knowledge as well as increasing grades. Please run a search for local sociology tutors near you (anywhere in Scotland) and select which best suits your needs.

Meet some of our Tutors

John
year. I have taught IT at Glasgow, and have lectured courses in philosophy and interdisciplinary studies for the Centre for Open Studies at Glasgow. I have worked as a visiting lecturer at the Glasgow School of Art, and as a widening participation tutor in schools across Glasgow as part of Glasgow University's widening participation programme. I also work with young children for the Children's Wood Charity - for which I am a trustee. I have...
Harry

Harry

Bachelors: International Relations (1st) (2017)
many of the themes explored in my tutees studies. In 2016 I tutored an A-Level Government and Politics student throughout his exams, with twice weekly sessions, the feedback for which can be found on my profile (5*). Previously I tutored GCSE Economics students while completing my A-Levels. While at school I judged and tutored younger debating, including Isaac Hempstead Wright (Bran from Game of Thrones!), my claim to fame! My approach is essay-centred, incorporating essential...

Christine

PGCE: TQFE Social Science (2004)
and Sociology and I have completed a Professional Development Award in Facilitating mindfulness with young people. I recently gained a further Mindfulness qualification, this time in teaching the 'Mindfulness for Life' course. I am happy to share this valuable life skill with my tutees together with tutoring the required subjects I have over 20 years experience in Scottish Further Education as a Lecturer in Social Science, teaching a wide range of students and levels from...
Callum
Glasgow originally and have recently returned, but have lived in London for the last 3 years. I am currently teaching History and Politics at a Further Education college in Scotland, working with students at both Further and Higher education level. I also teach politics at undergraduate level at the University of Stirling. I want to help students think critically and develop their own potential, while at the same time build their capacity to perform well...

Blessings

Doctorate: PhD Global Health and Development (2016)
for my Ph.D. with Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh. As a required for Ph.D. students I took a teaching course and was teaching MSc students in Research and Social Policy and practice. I was also running student seminars to enhance their learning and understanding of various concepts in my area of expertise. My approach to tutoring is supervising and providing guidance to students on their dissertations, or Assignment questions. When they write up their essay...
Helen

Helen

Bachelors: 2:1 Bsc Psychology and Sociology (2015)
(less than a year) of teaching experience in a centre that helps young adults gain basic qualifications in Numeracy, Communications and ICT my role there was to help on a one to one basis with those that were in need of not only my help with their qualifications but also to help them to open up a little and build confidence. I am aware that not all teaching styles suit all. My teaching style is...
Alva

Alva

Doctorate: PhD Sociology (2016)
collaboration with Coursera as well as Universitas 21, which allowed me to work with a diverse range of students across the globe in a virtual learning environment. I also have experience with lecturing at postgraduate level, and have designed and delivered course materials at universities in the UK as well as Germany. I have also translated and edited material for publication in academic journals. My approach to tutoring is collaborative - I base sessions on...

Pauline

PGCE: Teaching qualification in further education (2008)
be covered with the students help to allow them to be active in their learning. This is very flexible as many students attend sessions with changing needs and requirements as per what they have studied in class that week. I do encourage hard work and commitment from both myself and the learner involving the integration of reading, activities, independent study and research where practical. I mark learner's work and provide positive and realistic feedback focusing...
Lorna
Asia, North and South America, Africa and the Middle East. I have also studied five languages. As well as my teaching qualifications (CELTA and DELTA – Distinction for teaching practice – and an honours degree in English), I gained two masters degrees from Edinburgh University (Anthropology, 2004, and Social Research, 2011 – Distinction), and trained as a journalist in London (NCTJ). In my earlier career, I combined teaching with roles in business development, radio journalism...

Our unique search will order private sociology teachers (from Scotland) in your local area according to their sociology tuition charges and proximity to you. Before reaching an arrangement with a sociology teacher, you can ask specific questions securely via our member's area, such as whether they cover your syllabus (e.g. AQA, EdExcel or OCR exam boards) before releasing your contact details. You can search for sociology teachers tutoring at primary level, secondary level including GCSE, A-Level and even home sociology teachers for adult learning, further and higher education - anywhere in Scotland! Finding help using a private sociology tutor (or using group sociology tuition) has been shown to improve your chances of learning success and remembering what is being taught.

If you are a private sociology teacher wishing to offer your sociology tuition services in Scotland or elsewhere across the UK, please register with First Tutors or find out more about us here in Scotland.

Regions: Scotland