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Masters: Post Grad diploma, Advertising and marketing (1985)
and 13 plus students as well as common entrance applicants. Recently started to tutor mildly dyslexic students in English comprehension and Language. I am currently working with a number of GCSE english students as well as writing essays for publication in English Literature, Sociology and Business GCSE and AS level. As well as E papers for 11 plus students. In 2015 I commenced working with home schooled children and to date have enjoyed a very...
I did my masters in Arabic, Islamic Studies and Education. I did one PhD in comparative religion from Pakistan, with some part in USA. I am currently doing my second PhD in Education from the University of Manchester, UK. 18 years Friendly, change methods according to students need....


Bachelors: Mathematics and Economics (2011)
and help them progress in a way most suited to them My work as a consultant and entrepreneur has also meant I regularly manage teams effectively to achieve their potential as well as convincing senior clients on the work we have produced. This experience has given me strong communication skills and an ability to adapt to each individuals needs and communicate often complicated information to them in a simple and methodical manner. From personal experience,...
with successful entry. I also currently teach piano Grades 1-5, music theory Grades 1-5 and A Level Music piano (performance element). I have progressed through many roles within education since I first taught in 2006. These include: a peripatetic piano teacher, a secondary school teacher for K.S 3-5, an English language tutor at a specialist school in Kensington, and an academic study skills tutor at The University of London. My tutoring approach is grounded upon...


Bachelors: BA (Hons) Oxon, English Language and Literature, 2:1 (2009)
50 for the past nine years. I have taught in a variety of environments, including schools in Niger and Cambodia, corporate learning and as an assistant for secondary school students with learning difficulties. I love identifying a student's individual needs and making sure that I help to address them. I aim to tackle the loss of confidence that often arises from poor teaching and unexpected or disappointing exam results. As well as straight teaching of...
tutor to infer from their writing. Over the next few years, I expect to see a shift towards e-learning and online based tuition and away from conventional 'face-to-face' tuition, optimising the time of tutor and student. It is my belief that the most important quality a tutor must possess is an appreciation of the individual requirements, needs and aptitudes of each of their pupils. Furthermore, I ensure that I identify and develop the natural learning...


College: BSc Combined Sciences (1989)
, rearranging formulae etc I believe that a good teacher should be patient, kind and believe in their students. I listen to what the difficulties are and then go from there. I prefer to work at the student's pace and try to make the lessons fun and interesting. I welcome nervous or bullied pupils and I care about each student and don't want to let them down . I believe like Ian Wright, the footballer...


PGCE: Post-compulsory Education Teaching (2015)
should be entirely in the new language. For long term languages tutees, sessions will take a linear progression from foundation to more advanced, to check that all basic knowledge and understanding of the new language is covered and well retained. For young children, sessions will include learning through song and stories to develop love for the new language. Tutees that have some experience in the target language will typically complete an initial assessment test, so...


PGCE: In 1996 I finished my PGCE at the UEA and gained QTS. (1996)
did very well in their exams (A*-A 95%; A*-B 100%). I am also an experienced examiner for both Religious Studies and Critical Thinking and am very familiar with the expectations. My approach to tutoring is conversational. In these conversations I aim to explore the needs of my students, the subject and it's requirements. Philosophy, Critical Thinking, Religious and Ethical Studies are subjects that are best taught through discussions. So I involve my students in discussions...


Bachelors: law degree (2002)
objective is improve your skills in the Arabic language. I usually focus on conversation practice and I use great and effective materials for reading/writing skills, I teach MSA , colloquial (Saudi, Gulf states, Jordanian, Egyptian and Syrian) , absolute beginners are welcomed :) Mon - Sun - £25 per hour I currently teach Arabic in the Nottingham area to all ages through privet lessons my approach is quite simple, first I get to know the...

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