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John

John

Bachelors: 2:2 BA in History (1985)
which has to be done by the next day or alleviating the 'I simply don't get it' situation to name but two. It does give me enormous pleasure in helping students to overcome their difficulties and to see their confidence grow as their results in school improve. Finally it was my policy as head of the History department to give the students as wide a choice as possible over their options, and it is a...
Mark

Mark

Masters: MA International Relations (2001) (2001)
11 (Jan-Feb 2017). One-to-one tutoring in French. For GCSE I use AQA GCSE French Foundation and Higher text books (publisher: OUP). I also have some CGP resources for GCSE French. For A level I use AQA A-level French (includes AS) (publisher: Hodder Education) For mature students I have used the BBC's 'French Experience' material (text book, exercise book and audio CDs). For Government and Politics (A level), I have yet to decide which text book...
Arnaud
max); - Pay 50% of the tuition before the first tuition starts; - Pay 50% of the tuition at a time to be defined by agreement; - Book time slots in advance (early birds catch the worm); - Observe normal business hours - unless I agree otherwise; - Not text me; - Keep a record of the time I spend on each tuition, for example using phone call logs. I do the same. These logs...
students. I have 3 years experience teaching Politics and International Relations at University. During this time I was also responsible for teaching Study Skills to students. I have 2 years experience teaching History and Government and Politics at an independent school. I discuss with each student their individual needs and help them to improve on whatever aspect of their course they find difficult. I prefer to take each student on the basis of their own...
Neha
Plans according to students' needs and requirements. Hitting deadlines. Positive Feedback by students and parents. Motivating Students to achieve their goals. I have come across many challenges whether its been complex situations like EBD,learning difficulties or old common recalling troubles. I have only worked to make results achievable. Tutoring is the most effective way to give the best guidance.It helps to understand student's needs better and guide him or her accondingly.My principles of Tutoring are:...
James

James

PGCE: PGCE Secondary - History (2002)
need for a pupil. I do this by creating personal learning checklists which identify the elements of a subject that need to be focused on to drive improvement. These areas will then be worked on until the relevant knowledge is learned and retained. I am also very adept in developing pupils' skills with regards to answering exam questions. Having worked extensively with pupils who are reluctant writers, I ensure that the requirements of a question...
James
younger siblings, and regularly help them with their work at both GCSE and A-Level standard. I prefer to tailor teaching methods to each individual student. I am hands-on however and like to create guides/notes for students to take with them. I prefer to teach rather than get paid to watch students work - although I will set useful exercises to do during our sessions. I am all about exam technique and strategy! I am also...
Lallie

Lallie

Masters: MA Art history and International Relations (2017)
at the University of St. Andrews currently studying Art History and International Relations. I am an enthusiastic teacher who enjoys helping others understand different subjects. I have worked with children from primary years to sixth form students with their A-Levels. I am a patient teacher who will adapt to the ability of any student. I like to take the time to make sure my student understands fully the subject he or she is finding difficult....

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