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Mohammed
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 teaching is relaxed yet suitably focused on the needs of the student and thus student-centred. It's personalised and is not only backed up by extreme dedication and commitment, but...
Philip
a little over 7 years of teaching General and Business English. Helping tutees to help themselves! RESIDENTIAL ENGLISH LANGUAGE COURSES also available from 8/8/2016. From £499 per week. Staying with my family in a comfortable Victorian house, 4 minutes from the centre of town, 15 minutes from Canterbury, 15 minutes from the Kent coast, and 75 minutes from London. All meals, single room, private bathroom, with 15-25 hours per week of private 1:1 language tuition...
John

John

Bachelors: 2:2 BA in History (1985)
is that it is more flexible than the classroom, although I did enjoy the latter as well. I have always believed that education is a partnership between myself and the student. This can be carried out more effectively in tutoring because I can respond more readily to the student's immediate needs; an essay which has to be done by the next day or alleviating the 'I simply don't get it' situation to name but two....

Ben

Doctorate: PhD, Politics (2014)
two major exam boards and have taught on a number of A-Level revision courses and I have had a significant amount of educational material published in both History and Govenment & Politics. I have also had first hand experience of working within a political environment. I like to use good quality handouts that I have often devised myself. I am good at cramming in lots of information in relatively short time spans and I like...
Benji

Benji

Masters: Conflict Resolution in Divided Societies (2013)
teaching it through the world of the tutee so as to ensure its relevance. While firmly committed to achieving the curriculum's requirement, I am also a strong enthusiast for supplementing the learning process with non-curricular matierials such as private reading, films, excursions, and personal research. Helping the student find the joy in the subject and the process is the surest route to success, so it is central to my approach that learning should be relevant,...
hour. I create a relaxed atmosphere, where either children or adults are able to express their ideas without fear of criticism. Mistakes are our best learning tool, so it is vital to challenge attitudes towards failure in a positive, constructive way. I believe that repetition is the key to all learning, but I incorporate a range of techniques so that this never becomes boring and pupils benefit from being able to build on and consolidate...
David
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 the Oxbridge 'tutorial' system of in depth discussion, which moves the tutee to develop their own understanding rather than trying to convey facts for memorisation. Nevertheless, my recent and personal experience of...
John
Open Studies at Glasgow. I have worked 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 which I am a trustee. I have privately tutored for several years. I tailor each set of sessions to the individual needs of the tutee, and I...
Stephen

Stephen

Masters: Pass with Merit in British History (2010)
to an exam date, that can be arranged. I am also available to mark/edit coursework material via email. I charge £15 per hour for this service and have often been able to transform grades from D to A with just a couple of hours heavy editing/restructuring. I believe the key to successful exam technique is repetition of study and thorough understanding of cause and effect in world affairs. It is very important to gain a...
Dominic
Egypt, South Africa and Romania. References available. Exam technique, as well as knowledge, is key. I specialise in how to communicate knowledge and deploy skills in ways that enables the examiner to award top marks. I am particularly good at stretching academically gifted students towards the top grades and preparing them for the next level of their studies. My students frequently gain full UMS. That said, behind the professional exterior, I am passionate about Politics...

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