I completed my PhD at King's College London on September 30, 2017.
I have been working as Teacher Assistant over the last four years for the modules of Introduction to Politics, Foreign Policy Analysis, International Relations and Conflict and Diplomacy. Since September 2017 I am also a Teaching Fellow at the Defence Studies Department of KCL where I teach at the Master level International Security and different courses on critical research and writing.
With regard to private tuitions, I have helped students with subjects such as Political Ideologies, Global Politics, UK Politics and UK public policies, Imperialism, Foreign Policy.
In addition to teaching, I have a solid experience in training students for writing excellent essays and dissertations, given my experience as a marker.
I take pastoral care of students very seriously and this is why I was nominated for two years in a row for the King's College Teaching Excellence Awards.
I am very passionate about politics and this is part of both my professional and private life, as I am always keeping up with current affairs.Removed
Teaching Fellow at King's College (London), private tutor for several undergraduate and postgraduate students in London, also with learning difficulties such as dyslexia and autism. Essays training and marking. Supervision of dissertations.
It depends on student needs.
If a study skill session, I tend to lead the conversation showing the student all the tricks about academic writings
If a session on an academic assignment, I provide the student with different options for an essay structure and we construct each sections together
If an A level session, I normally go through the book chapter with the student in an interactive but controlled manner.
If a special needs session, I pay attention to the student questions and I organise the lesson around those.
|Languages||English (British), Spanish|
|Availability||Weekends, Weekdays (all times)|
|References Available||On File|
|King's College||2017||Doctorate||International relations|
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