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Scotland Government and Politics Tutors & Scotland Government and Politics Tuition

With First Tutors you can find a local government and politics teacher in the Scotland region and across the UK. Local government and politics tuition is an excellent way to boost confidence while simultaneously improving grades and doesn't have to be boring! Please use our search to find private government and politics tutors near you in the Scotland region and select which best meets your needs.

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who are preparing for their national 5, higher, and advanced higher exams. I have an extremely successful record in turning grades around through a combination of strong teacher-pupil rapport, tightly structured and highly personalised lessons to address your child's specific needs, and a dedicated learner centred approach. My teaching method involves one to one sessions, lasting roughly an hour. I create a relaxed atmosphere, where either children or adults are able to express their ideas...
John
and at the University of Stirling for one year. I have taught IT at Glasgow, and have lectured courses in philosophy and interdisciplinary studies for the Centre for Open Studies at Glasgow. I work as a visiting lecturer at the Glasgow School of Art, and as a widening participation tutor in 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...

Gemma

PGCE: PGDE History/Modern-Studies (2010)
Fully registered Teacher for 6 years The Tutee would identify areas where he/she felt they required extra help and guidance. This is often with exam technique and general subject knowledge. In order to provide the most effective tutoring service I use a wide range of study skills. * please see below Study Skills: Past Papers, discussion, in-depth analysis of questions and curriculum content. I would be offering developed feedback to the tutee and marking past...

Stuart

Doctorate: PhD in History (2010)
courses on several occasions. My speciality is American History but I have taught modern British and European History as well and I have also have taught some politics . I have marked A levels and GCSE's so am familiar with the school curriculum. I studied under the Scottish Higher system so am familiar with that as well. I will work with the curriculum but I also like to use anecdotes to bring history to life....
Elizabeth Anne
When I taught in an International School in Dubai, I taught the English curriculum so therefore the range of topics I have taught is quite vast. I have also had experience of teaching English and Geography at lower levels. I taught at Aberdeen Grammar School for two years and I have taught at Albyn School. I am presently teaching at Meldrum Academy part-time. My approach to tutoring would be to find out what help the...
Stuart

Stuart

College: HNC Applied Science: Pathway to Medicine (2013)
majority of learners. However, rereading has three major flaws: It is time-consuming, it doesn't result in durable retention, and it often involves an illusion of mastery of the knowledge. A growing familiarity with the text provides the student with a false sense that the information has been retained. Retrieval practice—recalling facts or concepts or events from memory— is a more efficient learning strategy than review by rereading. Periodic practice prevents forgetting and strengthens retrieval. Trying...
Louise Joanne

Louise Joanne

PGCE: Secondary Modern Studies (2011)
on a trekking and volunteering expedition with a group of 18 senior pupils and loved it! I am a fully qualified Modern Studies teacher with 6 years experience of preparing pupils for all levels of exams (National 5, Higher and Advanced Higher). I am also a marker for the SQA so I have a very good understanding of the national standard required. Much of my approach will be skills based i.e. source questions and exam...
Chloe
aspects of academic writing including critical thinking, reading and writing and avoiding plagiarism, in all disciplines. I have a keen interest in sport, the outdoors and in general current affairs. I have extensive teaching experience from being a Tutor at the University of Aberdeen (2010 onwards). The courses I have taught on range from first to third year undergraduates, and involve History, Politics, Sociology and Geography. I take great satisfaction from helping a student reach...
Thomas

Thomas

Bachelors: 2:1 Joint Master of Arts in International Relations and History (2015)
fully endorse and apply to my approach with tutoring. Teaching experience includes informal teaching and tutoring, helping friends with their studies and providing basic guidance on subject matter. Coaching and developing skills in badminton at Invergordon Academy as an informal coach at the school's after school badminton club. Undergoing private tuition within my own education means I have a good working knowledge around good practice, techniques involved and the environment needed to develop the skills...
Kieran

Kieran

Masters: (Pending) MLitt International Political Theory (2017)
my subject, as a high achieving and passionate student. Looking back, this was one of the greatest opportunities given to me at university as I was tutoring eight individuals extra-curricular politics of whatever they felt needed addressing. This was an amazing experience as it allowed for me to get to grips with how politics and philosophy should be taught on a one to one level with individuals of all abilities from the high achieves thirsty...

First Tutors is the only place to find the most suitable local government and politics teacher for your needs in the Scotland region, whether you are revising for exams, looking to compliment your online education or furthering your professional or adult education. Our unique search will order local government and politics teachers (from the Scotland region) in your area according to their government and politics tuition charges and proximity to you. Before finalising an arrangement with a local Scotland government and politics teacher, you can ask questions through our member's area, such as whether they cover your syllabus (e.g. AQA, EdExcel or OCR exam boards) before releasing your contact information. For those studying for government and politics exams, we can help with SATs, GCSEs, A-Levels, Highers and entrance exams such as the eleven plus (11+) all over the Scotland area.

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