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Andrew
Criminal, Employment, Equity and **Web Address Removed**, Insolvency, Housing, Human Rights, Land and Tort Law. I am a friendly and approachable tutor, who tries to engage students as a role model as well as a teacher. I feel it is important that parents are involved in the tutoring process, so that they can help support the student and encourage their studies beyond the classroom. I keep parents informed of progress and problems at all stages....

Henna

Bachelors: LLB (hons) (2010)
1) Law teacher at BWHS 2) English teacher аt Beаcоnhоuse Schооl System fоr 6 mоnths. 3) 4years оf privаte tuitiоn experience оn оne tо оne bаsis аs well аs оnline (Skype sessiоns) аnd аt Tuitiоn Centres. I build a rapport with my students first and teach them in a friendly manner. In order to make the subject interesting, I teach students through different techniques. I have a friendly and easy going demeanour which my students...
Elaine
up to Foundation Degree level. I have taught a variety of examination boards and I am also a GCSE and A'Level examination moderator for AQA and CCEA. My approach to teaching is to inspire the learner to reach their full potential through engaging yet challenging activities to suit the needs of the learner. Every person is different and my teaching is adapted to meet the needs of the individual. I assess the individual and implement...

Jo

Masters: English Language and Literature BA and MA (Oxford University); subsequently CPE and LPC in law (College of Law); MA with Qualified Teacher Status (Durham). (1994)
and the International O Level, being consistently assessed as an A-grade examiner. I examine Law for International A Level. I believe that the key to effective tuition is to tailor the teaching to the pupil and not the other way around. I firrmly believe that all pupils can succeed given the appropriate level of motivation and instruction. Prior to the first lesson I would ask tutees to provide examples of their current work and to...
Tom

Tom

Masters: Bachelor of Civil Law; Distinction (2015)
to look after their fellow students. I have assisted in teaching mooting to beginners. My general approach in languages would be an emphasis on a solid understanding of the grammar rather than the trotting out of set phrases, but this obviously depends on the tutee's level, and just how far they want to go in the language. For history I would probably emphasise understanding the mechanics of an argument. However, once again, this all depends...

Jennifer

PGCE: Citizenship (2008)
pleased with the tuition provided. One student got an A, one a B and the other is working towards her first round of exams. I believe that every individual is unique and so my teaching approach will vary from student to student using visual, auditory and kinaesthetic learning techniques. I try to motivate students to aspire and achieve their best and provide a quality teaching environment where they can succeed by tailoring sessions around their...
Rebecca

Rebecca

Masters: LLM Employment Law (2010)
the University of Hertfordshire. I have also taught AS/A2 law at a local further education college. I have experience of one-to-one and classroom teaching. I have written and marked exams and coursework at degree level, prepared and delivered lectures and created module materials. I have also set and marked A level papers. I also have previous experience of teaching adult literacy and IT in a further education college and have teaching qualifications. I am an...
Alexander
abilities. I am seeking to work as a tutor as I prefer the more intense and tailored approach which can be taken with individual students or small groups of students. My approach is tailored to the individual student's needs. Whether the student is seeking support for short term projects or throughout the academic year I am able to quickly build a good working relationship which facilitates tutoring and enables the student to derive the best...
recently helping two tutees to gain entrance to Norwich Cathedral School. I run a small French Club for KS1 children- based on singing and games. My belief is that for tutoring to succeed it must engage the learner. I try and make my lessons as interesting and relevant as possible, looking not only at the subject matter, but also any problems with learning itself. I am encouraging, whilst also expecting appropriate effort from the learner....
David

David

PGCE: Secondary Teaching - Business Studies (2007)
taught just over 180 tutorials to students across the West Midlands, primarily in A level Economics, but also delivered tutorials for A level Business, GCSE Economics, GCSE Business and BTEC Business. I currently have only one slot vacant, 5 p.m. on Tuesday evenings as all other slots are now taken. Additionally, I have to be within 30 minutes drive of my 6:30pm appointment, which is in Wolverhampton. As a practising teacher I use my teaching...

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