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Anthony
first half of that session going through the essay/extended-plan. The second half of the session would then be spent discussing another topic, or another essay question within the same topic (to be written-up or fleshed-out for next time). Sessions tend to be more about discussion and interaction than anything else. I find that the best use of the time is to actively interact with the subject matter and address specific areas of difficulty (relating, for...
helps me to provide a unique teaching experience to enable my students to achieve excellence in their work. I firmly believe learning needs to be fun but relaxed, enjoyable but seriously focused on the key outcomes that the learner needs to achieve to make progress with his/her studies. This is the foundation of my approach. It brings the best out of learners. Success is guaranteed. JUST READ RECENT REVIEWS FROM MY STUDENTS My approach to...

Raymond

Masters: MSc Mathematics 1984. (1984)
are very welcome. I also offer tuition in philosophy, and have had a few requests at "A" level in the last couple of years. I also provide help for courseworks and assignments for university students. I have professional qualifications in statistics, and in my maths MSc I specialised in Logic and Set Theory. Homework/assignment help can be across the Internet. Started tutoring in 1981. Worked more or less as a full time tutor throughout the...
Kyriacos
exam', 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 Jesuit school in Kensington, and, between 2010 - 2015, a study skills tutor at The University of London. My...
build good rapport with students. I am available most evenings and some afternoons - please contact me for my current availability. I have tutored English students with great success. On completion of my current studies I will teach A-Level & GCSE English. I take a person-centred approach to tutoring. After an initial diagnostic session, to determine the student's strengths and weaknesses, I suggest a weekly topic or exam skills session with their particular needs in...
Eleanor

Eleanor

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...
Joe
understanding how to do essays can really let students down. The truth is, it's possible to know all of the information in the text book off by heart and yet fail if the exam criteria are not met and essay technique is bad. One of the best advantages of tutoring over school teaching is the opportunity to give much fuller feedback on essays, so I take full advantage of that. I remember what lessons I...
Andreas

Andreas

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...
John
experience as a private tutor. I make extensive use of past exam questions: the best way to do well in exams is to practise doing exams! This also allows realistic monitoring of performance as tutoring continues. I normally email exam questions for students to attempt before the tutoring session. Students should also have time to explore their own interests in the subject by asking questions of their own. This is an important part of reflective...
David
youth essay competition 2005. It is important to tailor one's approach to tutoring to the individual being tutored. I intuitively follow a critical conversational approach to tutoring: I engage the tutee in conversation about the issue to be taught, probing their understanding of the area through hypothetical questions and challenging them to think abstractly by posing problems to be solved. In this way I teach in much the same way that I was taught, following...

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