Education and learning is so important to me. I have taught in education for many years across all age groups.
Originally trained in Drama in Education and then broadened out to teach adult learners and then into teaching and supporting across ALL subjects in Academic Support at GCSE and A level.
The most important thing about learning is to find that special way to understand your work that links to your learning style.
I have many interests such as history, arts and the countryside.
My wide ranging interests help me to approach teaching and learning in a fresh way.
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For many years I have taught in, (and managed), a department teaching students Subject/Coursework and Study Skills across ALL subjects.
This means I have developed a wide range of teaching skills to help students understand information, develop essay writing skills, develop writing skills in general, spelling, note taking, revision strategies and all aspects of subject knowledge.
We all learn differently and we all need to find our strengths.
I can help you to understand the work you have to do and then show you how to develop your abilities so that you are using your own skills in a more advanced way.
I develop an individualised programme, one suited to the your own academic needs. and using your school/college work I will help you with your work.
I use a range of teaching strategies, combined with the awareness of what is needed to help with learning. This is where my strengths lie.
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|Rolle College of Education||1992||Bachelors||Drama in Education B. Ed|
|South Bristol College||1996||Professional||Teaching Literacy/ Numeracy.|
|Warwick University||1998||Masters||Interdisciplinary Women's Studies|
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