PhD in Experimental Psychology, I have taught young adults for 9 years and tutored in 1-to-1 for 6 years. My main interests are in cognition, and research methods and statistics.
I have taught in many different settings and also participated to outreaching activities, providing me with a wide scope of teaching methods and the flexibility needed to teach a range of students with different levels and backgrounds.
Specifically, I have been teaching research methods and statistics extensively. I also have been marking research/lab reports and essays, and have supervised successfully over 50 project students over the last 9 years. This experience will allow me to support you with your project of any kind (e.g., dissertation). Please note however that I have very little experience in qualitative research and typically cannot help with such projects.
Should you be a student in my own institution (a London university), I will not be able either to take your offer, due to conflicts of interest (please mention your university when messaging me).
For French, I only provide online support, as a native speaker; I unfortunately do not have time for regular commitments on French, so only work with adults in need of feedback (e.g., proofreading). Please contact me to discuss your needs.
I believe that you can teach and tutor at student level without dumbing down, by showing the relevance of the content to the student's interests.
I can provide support at any time if online, and face-to-face over weekends and some weekdays (daytime). Please note that the £28/h rate only applies if I come to you. I can apply a £25/h if you come to me or for online work.
|Languages||French, English (British)|
|References Available||On File|
|University of Birmingham||2013||Doctorate||Experimental Psychology|
|University of Toulouse||2008||Masters||2.1 M.Sc. Cognitive Psychology|
|University of Toulouse||2005||Bachelors||2.1 B.Sc. Psychology|
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