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Julian

Julian

PGCE: Doctor of Philosophy, American Campaign Finance Regulation (FEC), PGCE FAHE (2003)
website. I offer online tuition and this has proved popular and very successful at heavily discounted rates for block bookings. Using my own online interactive quizzes, past papers, mark schemes and other electronic resources has really helped to make the tutorial experience a varied and stimulating one. The £25.00 rate is based on block of 10 hours so it makes private tuition affordable. Whilst many tutors offer a valuable critique of student writing, I pride...

Madeleine

Bachelors: BSc (Hons) Psychology with Sociology (1998)
weaknesses so that we can work on specific areas needing improvement. Psychology students often struggle with the research methods but, as a research-based subject, it is impossible to achieve high grades without knowing this well as it must be applied to all other topics and therefore has a great impact on results. Grades rapidly increase once students properly understand the research methods and can apply this knowledge appropriately. We discuss the real-world issues around the...
their learning, the more will stick in their memory (using the principles of Psychology) I also place great emphasis on essay writing which is vital in both Psychology and Sociology. From my experience, knowledge about subject content is often high with most students, however the reason they may struggle in exams is down to exam technique; once that is conquered then results tend to follow. A major passion of mine is to make sure that...
This is the foundation of my approach. It brings the best out of learners. Success is guaranteed. JUST READ RECENT REVIEWS FROM MY STUDENTS My approach to teaching is relaxed yet suitably focused on the needs of the student and thus student-centred. It's personalised and is not only backed up by extreme dedication and commitment, but designed to bring out the best in the student. The time spent on understanding the student, their learning style...
John

John

PGCE: Social Sciences, specialising in Sociology (2001)
- 12 years experience KS2 Maths and English - 9 years experience Head of Sixth Form - Personal Statement support, UCAS application support, University application support - 10 years experience I believe that tutoring must be focused on the learner at all times and must be reflective of the learner's needs. My approach to tutoring will differ from student to student and all resources will be specifically made for each session taking into account the...
Kate

Kate

PGCE: Further Education (1993)
so the tutee gets the most out of the time we have together. Homework is set and thorough assessment and feedback form an integral part of the tutoring sessions. As a highly skilled and experienced teacher in Sociology and Health and Social Care, I am able to help the tutee master those tricky areas that may take more time to get to grips with. These areas are usually on specific topic areas or skills that...
Veronica
Sociology. I have experience of teaching Italian language to casual adult learners and to very young children (starting age 4). I prefer a tailored, one-to-one approach. The first thing I enquire about is if the learner really enjoys the subjects, and how much. I think this is especially important with young people, who face long hours of study every week. I work around the point of force of my students, making them feel comfortable and...
John
to do well in exams is to practise doing exams! This also allows realistic monitoring of performance as tutoring continues. I normally email exam questions for students to attempt before the tutoring session. Students should also have time to explore their own interests in the subject by asking questions of their own. This is an important part of reflective learning and will help build and maintain enthusiasm. I am happy to teach up to 3...
Linda
universities and in businesses. I have too many great success stories to list here but I think the secret of my students' success is that they walk away from my lessons with confidence in their own abilities. My approach varies according to the student's profile and expectations. Once I know exactly what the student wants to learn, why they want to learn and how they learn best, I will put together an individual learning plan...
John
for Open Studies at Glasgow. I work as a visiting lecturer at the Glasgow School of Art, and as a widening participation tutor in schools across Glasgow as part of Glasgow University's widening participation programme. I also work with young children for the Children's Wood Charity - for which I am a trustee. I have privately tutored for six years. I tailor each set of sessions to the individual needs of the tutee, and I...

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