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I enjoy helping others to achieve their potential and become successful independent learners. From 2005 until 2017 I worked in a variety of e-learning trainer roles in Further Education colleges. This involved supporting students from 14 through to 60+ in their research at A-level, Undergraduate and Masters level covering topics such as successfully using online journals, specialist databases and improving their study skills. The support took the form of one to ones, small groups and large group/class sessions. At one college, a high proportion of degree level students had varying degrees of Dyslexia - it was great to be a part of the college-wide team instilling increased confidence in learners. Now, I've retrained as a teacher. During my PGCE placements, I worked in ESOL, Adult Literacy, GCSE, GCSE resit and A-level classes. Since January 2020, I've been self-employed, supporting two clients with English as a second or other language. In my spare time, I proof read a Dyslexic friend's University essays, working through strategies to help him with spelling, phonics, punctuation and grammar. I've further proof read another friend's Masters and now PhD coursework. I very much enjoying helping others and seeing them achieve their full potential. In my spare, spare time I've been a volunteer for a year in CLEAR Project ESOL classes as a Learning Support Assistant (LSA) and been a weekly volunteer in English Conversation groups at the University of Southampton, (since 2015) and Burgess Road Library (since 2017). At this difficult time, although my experience is with 14+ learners, I'm happy to help primary learners too. I enjoy History as a hobby as well as studying it and look forward in going back into teaching it.
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Hey I’m Louis, I’m 16 (17 in Oct) and recently started Year 12 at Woodhouse College. I’m offering fun and supportive online sessions for anyone needing some support and tuition in any of the following subjects, or general support in any combination! The subjects I took at GCSE are as follows, with the grade I achieved for the subject next to them (9 being the highest, 1 the lowest) Combined Science [9,9] English [9, 9] Maths  Drama  Dance  French  History  I have had previous tutoring experience over lockdown, helping students continue to improve no in their subjects despite a decline in school support over such a difficult time. I’m ready to inject some fun and positive energy into learning, and support students in growing their strength and confidence in any subject. I’m up for tutoring anyone in secondary school, and creating tailor made lessons from scratch to suit their needs! Here are my details: Louis.firstname.lastname@example.org 074010805040
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(B.A Hons) (PGCE Secondary) Hello there, I am often referred to as Mr Finch in class but feel free to call me Chris. I am an enthusiastic and passionate teacher, who believes that every individual deserves the opportunity to learn and access a first rate education. I am polite and calm person with a strong belief in the potential of every single individual. My vision is to provide fresh and engaging lessons for anyone who needs additional online tutoring, to help people master a difficult topic and achieve their goals. Amidst everything that is happening in schools and education, I want to help wherever I can with providing catch up for those who have lost precious learning time. I am here to support any home schooling during these challenging times and keep students on track for success.