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I spent a lot of my class time in secondary school being bored and restless. I was NOT a model student. Sitting in a class was always so boring to me. Then I discovered fun ways of making the lessons interesting when I attended the Mind Olympics in Earls Court. The 'mind athletes' at this event learned how to use their brains like a musical instrument. Learning and memorising facts easily like picking up feathers. Ever since that time I have been learning many subjects and showing other students how to enjoy their subjects while find better ways to get the results they want.
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Tutoring in English, History and Art! - Currently tutoring online! Qualifications: • MA (in progress) in Creative Writing • BA (Hons) English Language and Literature with Creative Writing • TEFL – in 120 hours Teaching English Teaching Experience • 6 Years • Across 4 countries worldwide • Classroom and interactive lessons • Structured lesson plans, assessments. • English & Swimming Profile I have developed my early working path around a well founded work ethic and excellent client relations over my years in professional roles. I have 8 years professional experience across 5 sectors, including many years Teaching and 1 year in Journalism. During my professional career I have taught for two companies, across four centres providing me with an abundance of experience working with children and a deep understanding of learning techniques. Additionally I also have an understanding of the importance of relaying information to parents regarding progress to make sure all parties are up to date and in sync to a common goal. Other teaching experience includes having had the opportunity to teach English in three countries across the world as a TEFL English teacher. My strength in teaching lie within initially building a strong report with a child, from there I can then determine their strengths and weaknesses to focus my tuition on areas they are in need. To do this my method of teaching includes gently pushing academic boundaries to expand on their current knowledge whilst keeping the lessons informative and interesting. Outside of my professional life I am a family oriented person who regularly spends time volunteering for different charities.
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I graduated with a BSc Psychology degree in 2015. Since then, I have built a breadth of experience supporting children and young people aged 3-18 in educational settings. I have worked as an Assistant Psychologist in primary and secondary schools where I have supported students with a range of needs (including Special Educational Needs) by running 1:1 and group interventions and supporting their teachers. I have received training from specialised Educational Psychologists on topics such as working memory, study skills, coaching, self-esteem, learning difficulties, cognition and executive functioning that I apply in my work. My students range in academic ability and I have experience of working with students with additional educational needs. I tailor each session to the varying needs of my students and I work hard to provide bespoke, enjoyable sessions with access to the resources and support required to achieve good marks and improved self-confidence. I am passionate about supporting learners to reach their full potential and achieve their academic goals.
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First Year Med Student. Here to help! Tutoring is one of my passions and I truly believe that with the right mentor a student's academic ability can improve immensely. Being a student myself, I think I have been able to grasp on what can make certain subjects daunting for kids, and I hope I can use my experiences to be beneficial to everyone. My style of tutoring will also include teaching the students about time management, key revision skills and exam techniques along with the core content of the subject. As I believe that to achieve your maximum potential in academics it is 60% knowledge, 25% exam/revision techniques and 15% time management. I am a first year medical student currently studying at the University of Nottingham and thus my schedule is quite tight. BUT I will always try to be in everyone's best interest. :)
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Hello! I'm a friendly, approachable 1st class pharmacy graduate from UCL and currently work as a medical writer in the pharmaceutical industry, whilst tutoring in my spare time. I've achieved A*-A grades at GCSE and AS/A levels in Maths, biology chemistry, and physics. I'd love to share my knowledge and passion for these subjects and tutoring is an ideal way for me to pursue this. I have taught Maths and English to students aged 5-14 years and have tutored GCSE Maths and Science to students in after school clubs as well as privately. In addition to this, I have also assisted students with the science and maths components of entrance exam preparation. Whilst I was at university, I took part in the Teach First leadership development programme, which involved lectures on the current education system and various teaching techniques. I also worked as a teaching assistant during this programme, where I successfully planned and taught a science lesson to year 5 class.