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Scotland Sociology Tutors and Scotland Sociology Tuition

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John
level including English literature, anthropology, evolutionary biology and evolutionary psychology. I am a published philosopher in highly respected venues, including Oxford University Press. I have also worked as a freelance journalist for Scotland on Sunday. I have lived and worked in Glasgow for many years, and in what spare time I have (which is not very much!), I enjoy, among other things, translating famous philosophical passages into Jive - an African American vernacular most associated...

Zoe

Bachelors: Bachelor of Arts degree (2015)
level and achieved an A. Following this, I went on to complete HNC in social sciences also achieving an A. I am now in my honours year of my degree at Strathclyde University, having achieved a Bachelor of Arts degree in 2015/16. I achieved a grade A (band 1) in higher psychology, and a grade A in HNC Social Sciences. I have experience tutoring individuals in psychology and helping them achieve the grade they require...

Christine

PGCE: TQFE Social Science (2004)
education and three months later I obtained a part time position as a Support for learning assistant in an FE college. I have a Bsc degree in Social Science from the Open University so I understand only too well how much of a challenge balancing studying with a busy life can be. My specialist areas are Applied Psychology and Sociology and I have completed a Professional Development Award in Facilitating mindfulness with young people. I...
Helen

Helen

Bachelors: 2:1 Bsc Psychology and Sociology (2015)
subject but what i have most interest in is class, education, welfare and social exclusion. I want to share the knowledge that i have but also to build upon it teaching is a two way experience for both the tutor and the learner. I have a joint degree in Psychology and Sociology and am eager to help and share what knowledge i have with those that are in need of it I have had a...
Callum
the University of London. I have a first-class honours degree in Politics from the University of Glasgow and a Masters with Distinction in Social and Political Theory from the University of London. I am from Glasgow originally and have recently returned, but have lived in London for the last 3 years. I am currently teaching History and Politics at a Further Education college in Scotland, working with students at both Further and Higher education level....
Ioanna
qualified to teach the following subjects: Philosophy, History, Greek, Latin, Drama, Psychology, Sociology and Modern Studies. Teaching is a passion of mine and I believe that a tutor’s job is very important for the intellectual growth of students, both in and out of university. Over the past nine years I have worked with students as a lecturer and as a tutor. I designed and delivered classes on a variety of philosophy subjects for The Department...
Alva

Alva

Doctorate: PhD Sociology (2016)
(although I do miss German bakeries). My own research focuses heavily on equality and human rights issues, which I am very passionate about. I am currently also on the board of a local women's refuge, and I design and deliver training around equality, gender-based violence and domestic abuse. I have been working as a teaching assistant at Edinburgh University since 2013, which included sessions on course content as well as methodology, such as critical thinking...
Lorna
English language for international adult learners. I'm interested in a wide range of topics and activities, from psychology to outdoor adventure sports. When I'm not teaching, I love travelling (46 countries so far!), hiking in the mountains, skiing, reading and learning, singing, having good discussions and meeting new people. So then, as you can imagine, I have a lot of skills and experience to bring to the classroom! That's probably why I make your classes...

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