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Alistair
Sudies, Study Skills, Entrance Exam Skills and Second Language Welsh up to GCSE level. My undergraduate degree of Humanities covered English, Welsh Studies, Drama, Religious Studies and History to degree level. As a teacher who taught KS1 and KS2, it was always important to maintain strong links with the local secondary school. I also kept improving my subject knowledge up to GCSE level to help the older and more gifted children that I taught. Above...
Jonathan
to implement sessions that will ensure they engage fully to achieve the best possible outcome. I have worked in education for the last 7 years and have a PGCE Pcet. I have worked as a tutor with students aged between 7 and 17 to date and have excellent results from the sessions delivered. I have a relaxed approach towards teaching and build rapport with my learners very easily. I look to engage the learner by...
Gareth
for A-level, GCSE or first year undergraduate students. I am also able to tutor students in Psychology and History at GCSE and A-level. My emphasis is on developing the student's own ideas through critical discussion. This approach fosters a deeper understanding of the issues at hand, and encourages much more enthusiasm for the subject than simply being told what the problems and various attempted solutions are. I am happy to help with advice on academic...
Stephanie
5 years. My aim is to elicit understanding from a pupil and to draw the very best from the individual. I achieve this through asking the student questions thereby creating space for learning, giving time to learn once the teaching space is established, asking the student to explain how he/she arrived at an answer so that he/she subconsciously evaluates his/her thought process and conclusion, and testing his/her understanding by providing alternative viewpoints to his/her decision...
Kali

Kali

Bachelors: BA Hons. Languages & Linguistics (2011)
language to all ages - from toddlers to adults - in a wide range of settings. I gained a Certificate of English Language Teaching to Adults (CELTA qualification) in 2013. I am also fluent in Italian and Welsh, teaching and translating from time to time. I am currently completing my MA in Comparative Linguistics at the University of Leiden in the Netherlands, so am available for Skype lessons only for those based in the UK....
Patrick

Patrick

Doctorate: PhD (Birmingham) (1996)
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. For me, "good learning" is not just about "passing the exam" but also about developing skills which are genuinely enriching to the individual, and useful throughout life. And, "good learning" does not have to be a "hard slog"– it can be "fun" whilst also achieving serious...
Patrick

Patrick

Masters: Not Completed yet (2020)
hoping to go into investment banking and corporate finance. Hoping to make some money to help with my student loans. No teaching experience My approach is to ensure the student learns the basics of their subjects, and to help with any parts of their subjects they don't fully understand. I would help them go through past papers and exam questions making model answers for them to go through to further their understanding of the question...

Sue

PGCE: MFL with Welsh and English (1989)
MFL department. 2 years in a smaller Welsh medium secondary school in Gwynedd. French language teacher 11 years in a Welsh medium school in Aberconwy. Welsh, English and French teacher. I have tutored several students whilst living in Gwynedd, but moved to live in Flintshire two years ago. First on the agenda will be to assess the student. Find out what needs attention and work on from there. Once the student's strengths and weaknesses have...
Catherine

Catherine

Bachelors: 2:1 Neuroscience and Mental Health (2017)
awareness of how to structure a teaching programme so that highlighted learning objectives can be achieved within a required time frame. My role as an employed peer mentor gave me experience in teaching and coaching peers with disabilities through tasks in the workplace. As a medical student I'm regularly given the opportunity to present to classmates on specific topics, we're also required to provide evidence of having taught younger members of the medical school. -...

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