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Annabel
History: BA Hоns Histоry Degree (Open University) ITA TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) Advanced Certificate Specific in Tutoring Geography & Science: NCFE Level 3 diplоmа in 'Ecоlоgy' NCFE Level 3 diploma in 'Meteorology' HCC certificate in 'Conservation' HCC certificate in 'RHS Horticulture' Specific in Teaching Individual Needs: Of Course 'Dyslexia Therapist Diploma' Alison certificate in 'Understanding Dyslexia' NCFE Level 4 diplоmа in 'Counselling & Psychotherapy' NCFE Level 4 diplоmа in 'Cаring fоr Peоple...
Mike

Mike

Masters: 2:1 Physics with Space Technology (2005)
me, five people have achieved a 2 grade improvement and one person achieved a 3 grade improvement, with the last person who got her results yesterday improving by FOUR grades in two subjects!!! (U to level 4 in maths and G to C in additional science). At Trinity Academy, the pupils I tutored in my additional numeracy lessons and small sessions all got excellent results. I tutored a girl in year 10 who was getting...
Vicky

Vicky

PGCE: Post Graduate Certificate in Education (2002)
Adult Literacy qualifications. All students tutored by me this year have all passed their examinations with flying colours and another year that sees 100% success in children sitting Entrance Examinations and passing the 11+. Well done to you all! I believe passionately that "Every Child Matters" and safe guarding is of paramount importance to enable each individual learner the opportunity to flourish and grow, regardless of their previous experiences. This is why before the first...
William

William

PGCE: PGCE Teaching and Learning in HE (high commendation) (2009)
CRB certification. 2003 - Present Freelance Teacher Guitar Tutor Writing Workshop Leader Story Doctor, in person and via internet It is always possible to tailor a lesson to an individual student's needs. These needs stem from anything from personality, educational aspirations, or even long-term career goals. My job as a tutor is to be communicative and sensitive to these individual needs and goals. That's the advantage of 1-on-1 tuition. As such, my approach to tutoring...
Kamal

Kamal

QTS: Teaching Qualification (2016)
topics within the syllabus. Far too many tutors use exam papers to ‘teach' from, which means they are setting papers when the student isn't ready: The upshot of that is the student's scores fluctuate wildly and their confidence is destroyed. The lessons are invigorating, inspirational and cutting edge as I keep a very thorough hold on my subject. With this immense experience, I have developed an approach which is very simple. I make the lessons...
Patricia
as in the UK at the Berlitz Language Centre. I work with each student as a unique individual with his/her own learning needs and goals. My approach is student-centered: In the first lesson I focus on getting to know the student and use that information to design a tutoring program to best meet their needs. I want to find out about my student's interests to adapt the tutoring program accordingly. It is always helpful if...
Rebekah
in which they feel safe. I have experience supporting nervous students. Most students get a tutor because they are struggling. Building confidence is always my first goal. Patience is key, and one of the things I love most about tutoring is finding different ways to explain things so that the student understands the concept. It isn't enough just to teach a set of instructions that students follow. The exams today test for true understanding of...
Andrew
co-ordinator and lead the teaching of Latin. For five years I was a Head of Year in Enfield and taught History, Geography and English. I was then promoted to the post of Assistant Headteacher where my main job focused very much on pastoral matters, and ensuring that teachers were providing the best educational opportunities for the children in their classes. I was also involved in school discipline procedures including exclusions and I am therefore able...
Joyce
in self-esteem and academic achievement. My CELTA qualification enables me to teach English to international students. In my Study Support post I have given students the skills for GCSE revision in all subjects and seen increased grades. We revisit the basic concepts, making memory prompts with annotated cards or Powerpoint. I believe in starting with the student's known areas of weakness but incorporate practice in all relevant topics, focusing on examination problems. The new GCSE...
Nancy Dlores
to date understanding of the national curriculum and continue to enjoy attending teaching workshops and being a member of the teachers union. I teach in fun and creative ways using multiple teaching strategies and resources which have lead to distinguished success rates over the years. An initial assessment will be made on character and educational needs. From proven success rates over the years, particular teaching strategies will then be applied to fulfil ones criteria. Individual...

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