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First Tutors enables you to find Glasgow teachers in your local area. First Tutors profiles Glasgow tutors offering popular subjects like English, Maths and French, but also niche subjects such as Russian. Entrance exams, SATs, GCSEs and A-Levels home tuition are all catered for throughout Glasgow. Please search for Glasgow home teachers in your area and select which most suits your requirements.

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Enrique

Enrique

Masters: Spanish as a foreign language teacher (2014)
run as well on smartphones or tablets. No subscription/registration, payment or previous experience is required to use these tools and they are pretty straightforward! Cancellation policy: before canceling a lesson, please keep in mind that this is my full-time job and that I work hard to provide the best possible tutoring service that I can. Moreover, I am quite flexible and I am willing to accommodate myself to any changes in schedule or cancellations that...
Frances

Frances

Doctorate: Ph.D. in chemistry and physics (2000)
Higher. I am very friendly and approachable and aim to make my students feel at ease and enjoy the lessons. I frequently tutor the same students for consecutive years as they progress through the secondary school system and am often recommended to their classmates by word of mouth. I have an excellent range of practice materials for all courses I tutor. These can be worked on during the lesson or left with the student for...
John
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 privately tutored for several years. I tailor each set of sessions to the individual needs of the tutee, and I provide extensive written and verbal feedback on students' work. I am a clear communicator with a personable nature that enables a productive teacher-student relationship...
Ellis
their personal style. Frequently, students suffer from overload, poor organisation or simply can't differentiate between the vital and the trivial when bombarded with work. Some visual learners need assistance in creating revision styles while some students who listen well yet can't record information coherently require help in assembling facts/figures from what they hear. In general, I have had huge success with individual tutoring over the years in many subject areas simply because I take the...
Natalya

Natalya

Masters: Global Management (2005)
years to different age groups, from home, at language courses, at schools, universities, for the US Government and Moldovan Government. I also have a University Diploma in Psychology and MBA Diploma. The knowledge helps me understand people's motivation better and professionally teach business levels of the languages. All private lessons are individually tailored. After each lesson, my students receive some more material of their interests. 'Laugh Like Learn' approach. I personally do not believe that...
Alan

Alan

Doctorate: Pass (2008)
the student at that point, I will either push on with harder examples (if the student has picked up the material), or try to explain further the concepts (if the student is still struggling). For school-level material; I will then set a few questions for the student to try over the course of the week/fortnight. I also do work in personal development and I use the ideas and techniques in that work to help me...
Stephanie

Stephanie

Bachelors: BA with Honours in French and Spanish with Professional Education (2011)
foreign language in Europe and South America I find one on one conversations the best way to learn a language. It gives the student a chance to really improve in conversation skills, as well as feel comfortable to ask for explanations.I find speaking the target language is key to learning a language, and by using a variety of medias, I try to incorporate activities for writing, reading, listening and speaking in ways which will suit...
Jenny

Jenny

Masters: MA (Hons) Psychology: First Class (1998)
simply want some guidance while jumping through a few academic hoops or someone to stem the stats tears, I can help there too. Sessions can include, but are not limited to, teaching general or specific areas of the syllabus, coursework guidance, assignment editing, revision techniques and exam preparation. Parents/guardians are welcome to accompany students to their sessions. (Tea/coffee, biscuits, TV & Wi-Fi available.) Please note that I have a 24-hour cancellation policy: if you cancel...

Nichola

PGCE: Secondary (2004)
their answers. Therefore, this avoids confusion for my students. I provide strategies on tackling questions and techniques on how to answer them. By using this method my students cope extremely well with the skills now required at National 5 and for essay writing. I have had a great deal of success in providing help to pupils when writing their Assignment. I create an open and positive relationship with my students and this allows them to...
Craig

Craig

Masters: Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering (2009)
pupils learning style and I am extremely patient and understanding. I understand that many students learn in different ways and I try to adapt my style of teaching to the students needs. I am patient and I recognise that mathematics can be a difficult concept to grasp and is something which takes practice. I am friendly and approachable and I try to developed a relaxed and comfortable learning environment. Lastly I really enjoy mathematics and...

Towns: Glasgow

Subjects Taught: Maths, English, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Combined Science, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Latin, History, Geography, Religious Studies, Electronics / Electronic Engineering, Business Related, Craft and Design, Greek (Ancient), Russian, Mandarin, Cantonese, Psychology, Government and Politics, Computer Studies / I.T., Economics, Law, Entrance Exams, Special Needs, Music, Drama, English (Foreign Language), Arabic, Citizenship, Sociology, Japanese, Polish, Urdu, Philosophy / Critical Thinking, PE / Sport Science, Media / Communication Studies, Study Skills, Medicine, Health / Social Care, Classical Civilisation, Welsh, History Of Art, Mechanical Engineering, Geology

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  • Enrique

    Enrique, Glasgow
    Joined: 05/09/2014 | Av. Price: £18.00 p.h.
    Spanish
    Masters: Spanish as a foreign language teacher (2014)

  • Alice

    Alice, Glasgow
    Joined: 22/08/2017 | Av. Price: £17.17 p.h.
    Maths, Italian
    Masters: Masters degree in Mathematical models in Ecology with Distinction (2016)

  • Grace

    Grace, Glasgow
    Joined: 31/08/2017 | Av. Price: £30.00 p.h.
    English
    PGCE: PGCE (2011)

Highest Rated Glasgow Tutors

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Featured Glasgow Tutors

  • Ravina

    Ravina, Glasgow
    Joined: 15/10/2017 | Av. Price: £10.50 p.h.
    Maths
    Masters: M.Sc (2015)

  • Samuel

    Samuel, Glasgow
    Joined: 30/10/2017 | Av. Price: £25.00 p.h.
    Music
    Bachelors: Bachelor of Music (Composition) (2017)

  • Hannah

    Hannah, Glasgow
    Joined: 20/09/2016 | Av. Price: £25.83 p.h.
    Music
    Bachelors: BA (Mus) (2016)

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