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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...
Lorraine

Lorraine

Wantage
Special Needs, Music, Drama, English (Foreign Language), Study Skills
Professional: Music Technology (2007)
with adults with learning disabilities. I ran a schools workshop programme which includes interactive storytelling, poetry and other forms of live lit. Since December 2014 I have worked as a private tutor, SEN support and with learners who have dyslexia, dyscalculia, autism, school phobia/trauma, home-educated children and in a alternative unit with young people who have been repeatedly excluded from school. I have extensive experience running creative projects with adults with learning disabilities and PMLD...
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...
Michelle
be very diverse: to feel more confident, to boost grades, to improve general skills, to pass specific exams, to gain entry to Universities, to write better reports, or to master specific subjects or areas. I am very down-to-earth, friendly, open, and approachable. I always take into account the learner's age, experience, starting-level and needs, I am very hard-working and adaptable in finding new and appropriate ways to get the required results for each individual. Tailoring...
Jackie

Jackie

Middlesbrough
Maths, English, Special Needs, Music
College: New Claits course and ECDL (2004)
gain confidence and develop enthusiasm for reading and writing. These included "Write Away Together", "Reciprocal Reading" and dyslexia courses. This training has given me additional skills when working both with pupils who have specific literacy needs and to develop those who are competent in literacy. I have also worked 1-1 with students considered to have Asperger's syndrome, autism and with young adults who had learning difficulties.This included teaching of reading, maths, basic life skills and...
Céline
dance practices including contemporary, West African and Samba. I also enjoy taking part in carnivals, singing, playing percussion and learning Capoeira. I am a friend of the Nottingham Refugee Forum. I am part of a intercultural band with which I perform songs in different language. Currently working as a Modern Foreign Language (MFL) Teacher, I am responsible for teaching French to 7 class groups of primary school children. I think it is very important to...
Maxine

Maxine

Harrogate
Maths, English, Entrance Exams, Special Needs, English (Foreign Language), Study Skills
Bachelors: BA (open) spec English (2011)
mainstream classrooms, coming up with innovative methods to focus reluctant learners, helping those with pastoral needs and experience in special needs I am passionate about education, teaching and learning and have education related courses to my name as well FE teacher training, Special Needs, TEFL and IELTS. I am known for being innovative in my approach and being able to adapt learning to suit the individual. I treat students with respect and warmth and believe...
Shahida
the first lesson and then help them become effective learners and achieve success in the classroom. By checking their understanding and consolidating basics, my students quickly gain confidence and make progress. I also encourage them to question where they do not understand so that areas that need improvement can be worked on. I like to know what topics they are currently doing school in order to also work parallel to the school. I find this...
Peter
a key skills and International coordinator; I taught A level Maths, EFL and moderated science at The University of Exeter; I give one to one assistance in GCSE science; teaching at Primary school I gained a high merit for my MEd. I provide English support to Foreign business people and students both as a tutor and in classes. I have taught business in classes and outside school, and in Young Enterprise. I recently taught Primary...
Christine

Christine

Downham Market
Maths, English, Religious Studies, Special Needs
Masters: M.A. (Special Educational Needs) (2005)
always enjoyed the challenge of helping students (especially those with Special and Additional Needs) who struggle to access the work given to them and thoroughly enjoyed the last 7 years of my career as SENCO of a mainstream high school and teaching Intensive Literacy to those who join us in Year 7 unable to access the KS3 curriculum; and the last 2 years as a Specialist Support Assistant, supporting across the KS3 curriculum. My approach...

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