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Buckinghamshire Psychology Tutors and Buckinghamshire Psychology Tuition

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Christine

Christine

Bachelors: Psychology BSc (Hons) (2000)
and secondary school, to adults in their retirement. Of those tutees at school, I am proud to say that all of them enjoyed their lessons and jumped up in their grades. In July 2013, I taught Psychology undergraduates at a residential school offered by The Open University. There is nothing more satisfying than seeing people improve their skills, develop and grow in confidence and knowing you've helped in this process. I am happy to travel...
Deborah

Deborah

Bachelors: 2.1 Neurosciences with Psychology (1981)
believe that I can also foster that love of the subject with individuals, whether child or adult. My teaching style is very much a student-centred approach with the emphasis on a fun learning environment. I am highly intuitive to individual learning issues which may have resulted from specific learning difficulties, such as dyslexia or writing problems, or a crisis in confidence. I work carefully and patiently with each child to help them overcome these obstacles...

Angela

PGCE: Level 5 teaching diploma (2016)
an experienced and fully qualified teacher at Further Education level with excellent results. I believe in establishing a good relationship with each of my students and that this is key to ensuring their success. By these means I establish their strengths and weaknesses and the best way to guarantee their motivation. I am creative and dynamic in adjusting my teaching approach. Sometimes students may have had negative experiences in education and I aim to address...
Laura

Laura

QTS: Cert in Teaching in Further Education (2007)
for the learner and how to approach the tutoring time. Frameworks, visual aids, etc. are best for visual learners. I aim to have a good rappoire with the learner and encourage the learner to be open and honest from the start about their hopes, weak areas and stronger ones. Start with the larger picture and work towards the focal points. Tutoring does not end with the one hour session as I keep in touch with...
Rosie
I don't believe that there is a single approach to tutoring that works for every student, and therefore my approach is primarily tutee led. I believe its really important to be aware of how each individual learns best, especially when faced with limited time or lots of information. Therefore I am keen to help students explore this if they wish in order to set up foundations for further study in any area. I would also...
Vidya

Vidya

Bachelors: Psychology and Criminal Behaviour (2015)
customised one-on-one tutoring solutions for the student. I also offer students who've a low self esteem and who are unlikely to self motivate themselves an opportunity to join my group sessions, these are situated in the **Contact Detail Removed** offices. These sessions have proven to be successful in the past i'm currently starting these again, in addition this allows the students to bounce one another. I highly rate small group learning, interacting with other students...
Andrew

Andrew

Bachelors: Foundation Degree with Distinction (2014)
them. I like students taking responsibility for their own learning and using me as a guide. I believe this way, they not only are able to produce results in the sessions but also long term. By giving them tools to secure their own knowledge will therefore, assist them at school and for their futures. It's not about the quick fix although results can be seen if the child experiences the correct educational experience. Please note...
Amir

Amir

PGCE: Teaching (2009)
am a qualified lecturer & I have been teaching Psychology for about 5 years at A level and undergraduate level. I also run many psychology courses for adults and young people. I am a friendly and patient tutor. I tend to assess the tutees first and based on their needs and the assessment workout a learning plan that is agreed by all parties. We then follow the objectives of the plan in line with the...

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