Information About Emma - Birmingham tutor - (3 reviews)
This is how 2 referees rated Emma:
Emma offers a discount of 50% on their first / introductory lesson!
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I am a patient person with a calm and organised manner who loves to bring energy and enthusiasm to learning.
I am currently studying for my PhD in Sociology and Social Policy at the University of Birmingham; my area of interest is disability.
I am based within Staffordshire but I will cover up to a 25 mile radius.
Online support is also offered in the form of proof-reading, annotating work and making suggestions for improvement. I am happy to read academic assignments, CVs, cover letters, dissertations and much more - this service is offered at £15 per hour.
I have extensive experience working with children aged 5-11 year olds and young adults 11-18 year olds in schools, higher education institutions and university settings. (SEN experience).
For two years running I was University of Birmingham's 'Mentor of the Year' (2015) and also secured the regional overall award in 2016 for my outstanding mentoring and 'access to higher education' work within local schools and colleges.
I have an enthusiastic approach to learning involving coloured pens and mind-mapping! However, I will be sure to use a revision and learning style that suits you so in our first session together I will help you complete a 'learning style' quiz so that we can identify what kind of learner you are and which technique will best suit you.
I can help you to understand complex sociological theory with topical examples to enable you to engage with and think about theories in an understandable way, university applications, personal statements, CVs or simply to help you find a revision technique that works for you.
Essay help also provided e.g. structure/helping you to make a plan.
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Availability: Weekends / Weekdays (all times)
References Available: Yes (✔ On File)
- University of Birmingham (2020) - PhD in Social Policy (Doctorate) (in progress)
- University of Birmingham (2017) - Social Research (Social Policy) (Masters) (✘ Not On File)
- University of Birmingham (2016) - Sociology (first class) (Bachelors) (✘ Not On File)
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As you know I have already emailed you in response to this feedback. I did in fact respond to your message and it appears this was a technological issue or has perhaps gone to your junk mail.
As you will see from my positive feedback on here, I pride myself in offering support to my students and often go out of my way to ensure their work is reviewed and support is available often out of typical 'office hours'.
I did in fact reply to your email sent on the 27th March asking what support you required after you had sent me the module guide.
As you will know from my previous emails one of your emails has filtered to my junk before so I am wondering if perhaps this has been the case for you as I am emailing from my university email.
I have now offered a free hours support as a good will gesture, I am awaiting your response to my email. I would appreciate it if in light of this you could review your below feedback.
thank you for your kind feedback, it was a pleasure to read your daughter's work and I look forward to reading her next two essays.
I would like to thank you for all your help and support with my studies. You have given me confidence in my own abilities, constructive feedback that I can use to progress with my academic writing.
you always respond in a timely manner to emails and text messages, you are always on hand to offer advise and direction.
You go above and beyond to support your students.
Thank you for being my tutor.
it is always a pleasure to read your work, you work extremely your pieces and it is an honour to be supporting you in your learning journey.