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Psychology with Counselling Skills I love to teach Psychology and Counselling Skill. I use my psychology skills to help my students, using mindfulness and due care to positively encourage learning. At the same time a spoonful of fun can help engage the student making learning interesting for my students. I have good knowledge in the mentioned fields and will support my student through the thick and thin of their studies. I have a 2.1 degree, and am also able to relate to students who are dyslexic and can help in providing different approaches to learning. I am also competent in teaching Geography and English. I am dedicated to supporting the people I tutor as I am passionate about the subjects I teach. I understand the pressure of being a student and the pains of trying to reach deadlines. I also empathise when words are hard to put together when trying to get an essay done. From secondary school level to research to literature reviews to dissertation, my aim is to see the student through to graduation. If there is a problem with meeting in person, I can accept doing Skype lessons, which has proved a success with previous students. We found that as we talk about the subject, I can quickly tap in the information or research and immediately email links and literature to help the student. Younger students like this way of learning because they are usually more engaged when at their computer. Best wishes Ruby
Passionate Primary Teacher for English, History and Law
My name is Nouman, and this is my 2nd year of teaching. I did Master of Law from City, University of London. I have taught History, English and Law. In addition to that I promote the love of reading and always encourage my students to develop reading habit. I believe that motivation plays important role and I strive to motivate and engage all my students in learning rather than simply accepting that some students cannot be engaged and are destined to do poorly. I believe every student is capable of achieving success at school and I do all I can to find ways of making each my student successful. In my classroom learning environment promotes fun, growth, and a sense of family.
Funded history PhD student offering history and humanities tuition
I am currently undertaking a funded History PhD at King's College London. I hold a Masters in Renaissance and Early Modern Studies for which I was awarded a distinction and full funding as well as a BA Hons (First Class) in history and politics from the University of York. I have been a tutor since 2007 and have tutored over 100 clients since then. I am an organised, committed, reliable and enthusiastic individual who enjoys working with children and young adults, helping them to develop their understanding and interest in a variety of subjects. I have been commended for my tutoring approach which emphasises clarity, consistency and enthusiasm. I have helped those I tutor to significantly improve their exam results and grades, often taking them from C and D level grades up to high As and Bs. One of my most recent tutee, who I tutored in GCSE Geography and History, achieved an A* in both subjects and came top of his year at school for his GCSE grades.
Academic coaching and tutoring for namely those that get distracted.
I’m particularly keen in helping students with attentional difficulties, task management issues, restlessness, and other related issues. I want to hammer the notion home, especially to young people, that learning is the most pleasurable thing in the world so long as you properly negotiate your approach to it with your difficulties. I have attention deficit disorder (ADD) myself, and after feeling shattered by not meeting the standards I knew I could achieve (for example, a characteristic ADD symptom is hyper-focus on what you’re interested in: I got 98% in English Literature - something I love - at A-level, but two B’s in philosophy and politics), I sought to do something about it and developed an approach which has worked really nicely (for example, now being able to read three books a week).
Seasoned tutor and undergraduate at University of Reading
As a student myself I understand some subjects may not be the most exciting and your teachers at school maybe not teach you in a way that’s best suited to maximise the amount of information you take in. I prefer a fun, exciting approach into teaching you (probably something you vE read in every tutors bio so far but I truly will put their words to the test). I like to get to know you to find out which teaching method is best for you. And over time help you enjoy learning about the subject rather than you feeling like it’s something YOU HAVE TO DO. As a law student I vE learnt how to condense and prioritise certain parts of text when you are being thrown A LOT of information and want to translate these qualities into my students.