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to drive students towards realizing their full potential. I have been involved in teaching (see below) and writing throughout my career which has given me an excellent balance of experience between academic theory and practical application. Over the years I have worked in a number of operational and senior management roles in business and commerce - something that greatly supports the effectiveness of my teaching. I've been able to apply the theoretical knowledge from all...
Michal
Doctoral Training Centre in Condensed Matter Physics. I was also awarded the EPSRC Scholarship and the James McFarlane Prize for my university performance and received the scholarship founded by the Prime Minister of Poland for the year 2006. Finally, I was a finalist in national and local competitions, including the Ignacy Lukasiewicz Chemistry Competition, Poland and the Polish National Philosophy Olympiad. In 2010, I became a Teaching Assistant at the University of Edinburgh and started...
James
in Australia where I worked on various farms in the Outback. I then received an unconditional offer to study English at Churchill College, Cambridge. After switching to Philosophy I graduated in 2005 with a high 2.1. My academic awards include the highest score in English Literature at GCSE level in my year, the Religious Studies prize and various prizes for published fiction in the school magazine. While at Cambridge I achieved a first in the...
Kyriacos
I am currently completing the Level 3 Qualification in 'Dyslexia, Screening and Assessment FE/HE' with the British Dyslexia Association. I have published a significant amount of material, primarily in the field of poetry, which I use to teach key themes in philosophy to my students; I have published several online articles and written for local magazines within my discipline. Most recently, I published book titled: 'A study Skill Guide: introduction to written subjects and studying...
Howard

Howard

Doctorate: Foreign Policy of Israel with Iran, Turkey and Ethiopia during the Cold War (2009)
academic journals, and review for the Royal Institute of International Affairs, Chatham House. I was the first recipient of the Mikardo scholarship, awarded by the British Foreign Office, and, whilst at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, was awarded a Golda Meir Fellowship. Whilst at Cambridge, I won a Donner prize in Atlantic Studies. In addition to the subjects listed below, I also tutor in International Relations and Middle Eastern Studies, and am happy to consider...
Eleanor

Eleanor

Bachelors: BA (Hons) Oxon, English Language and Literature, 2:1 (2009)
2009. As well as teaching I work as an actor and a freelance writer. I have given private tuition to students aged 5 - 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...
Hélène
of French, educated in France and Scotland, well informed about curriculum and exam requirements and I also have experience in teaching adults wanting to learn a language for pleasure or for work reasons. I have an MA 1st Class Degree in English and French Literature and Philosophy, a Modern Languages PGCE, have taught for a number of years in secondary schools, at University level and I have been a tutor for the past five years....
Andreas

Andreas

PGCE: In 1996 I finished my PGCE at the UEA and gained QTS. (1996)
in Theology and Philosophy at Frankfurt University. I am 52 years old and have a family with 4 children. My hobbies include playing the guitar, photography, cycling and rowing and of course reading. We moved to England in 1995 where I became a teacher. I started teaching in Germany. This included teaching children and adults in and out of school. In 1996 I completed my PGCE and gained my QTS (qualified teacher status) at the...
Ellis
who can find a way to help an individual learn the way that best suits them. I'm very upbeat and positive and always well prepared and confident. My previous tutoring spans mant years and many countries. I've a good sense of humour, a light touch but I do get the very best from my students as I use a firm hand. I've tutored students in the Scottish, English, US and International Baccalaureate systems and my...
John
I recently completed a PhD in Linguistics (sociolinguistics) looking at the relationship between epistemology and language in academia. I am now an Associate Lecturer in Linguistics. -Qualified Teacher Status (QTS). -Three years' experience as a classroom teacher of Science to KS3/4 (age 11-16) and Physics teacher to KS5 (age 17-18). -Undergraduate lecturing and tutoring in Linguistics (formal linguistics and sociolinguistics). -Eight years' experience as a private tutor. I make extensive use of past exam questions:...

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