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of music including rap, RnB and indie and have recently started playing X Box. I also have a boat and enjoy all things to do with the water. I have worked as a History teacher, Special needs teacher TEFL teacher and an English teacher. My approach is to start with where the student is and then by praise and encouragement moving them towards their learning objectives… Every student is different and so an invidualised ,...


Masters: International Studies (2006)
university options. At university I worked with students and sixth form pupils on writing techniques and confidence. In addition I have also covered some ESOL classes during the summer holidays. Student centred - assess their own interests so I can teach to their strengths. I attempt wherever possible to ground the tutorial in a contemporary setting, bringing in examples from everyday life and current events to ensure the learning aims are achieved and committed to...
technique and essay structuring. I also have a wide range of experience teaching all of the subjects offered. I have seven years teaching experience at various levels from primary to masters level. I also have experience teaching individually and as a group. My approach to tutoring is based upon several elements. Firstly, it is important to be flexible as every student is different and they therefore learn in different ways, thus it is essential to...
both the admissions exam and the interview. In addition to my experience with older students, I also returned to my old school several times during university to work with younger students on aspirational learning, and helped run activity-based sessions in History and citizenship. I'm also a keen musician, and have conducted youth orchestras from ages 11 - 21. I believe that most young people are naturally disposed to learning, and I try to engage this...


Bachelors: Politics and International Relations (BSc) (2015)
children in Jharkhand, India with VSO ICS, for 3 months. These were large class sizes, with little base English knowledge. Using basic conversation techniques, I gradually improved the base English standard, giving them a good handle of the language by the time I left. I prioritise an understanding and respectful approach to my student's learning, allowing them feel comfortable to tackle whatever issue they present. I'm an easygoing individual that offers a learning experience that...
all student I teach would be required to do. Yet, there are other aspects which must be entirely person, for example how someone learns information. I personally far prefer to do two hour sessions, as I feel it allows for a student to settle down and get much more out of it, rather than leaving as soon as they've sat down. I also require absolute commitment. I got through my exams through working very hard...


PGCE: Post Grad Certificate in Adult Education (1996)
intensive English courses covering a range of levels on behalf of the Linguarama Language Training for Business programmes at various business corporations around Prague (and London) including: Price Waterhouse Coopers, Deloitte & Touche, Czech National Savings Bank, Czech Telecom, Unilever, Ford Motors Writing reports regularly and monitoring student progress. Assessing and running preparatory courses for the Cambridge BEC and CEIBT exams 02/99 - 07/99 Central Bureau for Educational Visits & Exchanges Teaching English at an...


History, Government and Politics, Entrance Exams
Masters: MA Education & PGCE (History) (2011)
wide range of backgrounds. In all cases, I have delivered outstanding learning experiences and enabled students to achieve their full potential and attain excellent grades. As a senior leader, I have been responsible for whole school learning and teaching through the management of staff and providing staff development. Tutoring should be an enjoyable experience in which I facilitate your progress and achievement in the appropriate subject. Tutorials are based around discussion, debate and activities. I...

Towns: Abingdon, Chipping Norton, Henley-on-Thames, Oxford, Wantage

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