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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...
Kamal

Kamal

QTS: Teaching Qualification (2016)
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 fun and engaging. I try to promote interest in the subject so learning Maths becomes fun and...
Campbell

Campbell

Masters: MSc; BSc; FRICS; RGT, MU (1987)
of Registry of Guitar Tutors. Examination preparation and coaching for RGT/Rockschool available. Member of the Musicians Union. I am a Local Authority Approved Guitar Teacher. Excellent references. Full CRB Disclosure Scotland. Wealth of experience over 30 years teaching,gigging and playing experience.Friendly but thorough in my approach to lessons. Guaranteed results after 4 lessons with just a little regular practice required. Relaxed, thorough and approachable. Questions encouraged. Use Mel Bay, Rockschool & RGT Methods. Also teach alto...
Robin
and weaknesses of the individual learner. This means listening, not lecturing, and staying clear of rigid methods or approaches. What works for one person may not work for another, and I try to encourage students to participate in the process of unlocking their own potential. When people are engaged and participating they are learning with pleasure. A headmistress I once worked with, who, at the time was something of a mentor to me, once answered...
Mike

Mike

Masters: 2:1 Physics with Space Technology (2005)
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 a E, she achieved a C. Another girl who was predicted a G achieved an E in her GCSE, and a boy I was tutoring achieved level 6 in maths and level 7 in science at the end of year...
Amadeus
how to cope with exam stress. This means that we can spend out limited time together learning and applying knowledge rather than me teaching routine revision strategies. Although of course if you would like to know more about them, I would be more than happy to explore them with you. My approach to tutoring is to consider every student as an individual and to make learning fun. Having experience with dyslexia, I appreciate that different...
Kyriacos
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 an academic study skills tutor at The University of London. My tutoring approach is grounded upon my approach to life; I believe education is a powerful tool that empowers people...
Vicky

Vicky

PGCE: Post Graduate Certificate in Education (2002)
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 session commences parents are shown hard copies of all my qualifications and current DBS certificate. Within my sessions and tutorials I have outstanding skills in differentiating learning activities to suit each individual and each class is planned in line with the National...
Ursula

Ursula

Bachelors: B.Ed in Maths (1993)
at all ability levels ranging from Key Stage 2 & 3 up to Advanced level and recently have been teaching Adult Functional Skills Maths from Entry level up to level 3 in adult education. I can tutor from home or at the home of the student - although petrol expenses may be added depending on the mileage. Each learner will have an individual learning plan based on their own needs and will be taught at...
Margaret
a fair assessment on the student's ability and potential. I am currently updating my dyslexia assessment skills by following two online courses. It is vitally important to enhance one's own personal skills. I left my work as teaching assistant recently to work with my daughter in her business. I still work occasionally in secondary school as cover supply. Every Summer I am employed in a local Summer Schol where I teach English to teenagers and...

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