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History MA Graduate tutoring German and History
Hi! I’m a 23 year old MA Graduate from UCL who is looking forward to tutoring you in German or History at all levels! I have been in academia for a number of years now and have focused much of my energies into studying. At the same time I have refined the ways in which I tackle exams and assessments. I am looking forward to sharing this with you and helping you achieve your goals. I went to school in Scotland and studied in England, so I am able to assist tutoring history and exam technique at all levels: -National 5 History -Higher History -Advanced Higher History -Bachelor of Art -Master's At whatever level I look forward to strengthening your subject comprehension, boost confidence, and build important learning skills and overcoming any learning obstacles you are having together! :) I prefer to centre my teaching methods around what you as the student are requiring. My time during school and university has required me to test out a number of different tuition methods. I understand that every person learns differently. I look forward to helping you find what works for you. Alternatively if you already have a particular method of learning you prefer I am happy to follow it. Moreover, as I myself, have dyslexia, I have a greater understanding of the struggles this can bring to some students therefore I am also happy to support students who are requiring this support.View Profile
Experience 2+ years ABA, mental health, SEN and Academic Tutor
Hello! My name is Elena and I am a postgraduate law student. I am currently studying with the view to becoming a barrister. I have 2+ years of experience as an academic tutor. I have taught over 40 students from the ages of 5 to 21 and I have experience working with students with Pervasive Developmental Disorders (PDD) and managing mental health conditions. Furthermore, I worked as a teaching assistant for two years, teaching Modern Greek to young children as a foreign language. Please see the “subjects” tab to see the broad variety of subjects I teach. 11+ entrance exams to reviewing degree level essays - I have a range of experience. My teaching style is fun and engaging. I encourage students to delve deep into a subject. Studying is a skill - you need the tools and confidence to study well. It’s also what goes on outside the classroom that is important. For this reason, my lessons include organisation tips, studying strategy sessions and students can contact me during the week for help with anything they need help with at school. I create bespoke study materials to cater to each of my student’s needs. I keep track of my students’ progress at school by monitoring their report cards and I help them to set achievable goals and targets. For those preparing for exams, I help them to create realistic revision timetables and checklists. Furthermore, students may message me whenever they need to help and advice. This is included in my hourly rate. Studying is about more than just reading. It’s about learning how to take responsibility, developing confidence and finding the strategies that work for you. I look forward to meeting you! ElenaView Profile
I am passionate about education and want to help!
I chose my GCSE options in year 8 and started them in year 9. It was then I felt like I had to decide what career I want to go in. I knew I enjoyed teaching as I've done a lot mentoring; I also knew that Religious Studies was one of my most favourite subjects. Really, I loved (still do) cooking the most so a career in catering was also something I wanted but then I decided that from my experience it's not the most stable career and I am an academic. My parents suggested I go into law so I focussed on that. I got 18 A* - Cs for GCSE. I got a scholarship into Oxford for a pre-degree law course which I did along side my A-levels. For AS I did German, Philosophy and Ethics, History and English language and literature. The latter 2 subjects I did not do enjoy as much so I dropped them in A2 and picked up a full A-level in IT. I got a reduced offer to do law at Oxford but I decided I didn't want to do that anymore nor be in that environment again. I chose to do philosophy and R.S. instead which allowed me to dabble with other topics such as psychology, sociology, and government and politics. I have worked at schools as pupil assistant, mentor and teacher. I am now a manager at a tuition centre. (And I've been tutoring for over 8 years now). Sorry for the essay!View Profile
Barrister, Hafidh, Teacher
Cambridge-educated Barrister (LLB, LLM, MPhil, BPTC) Hafidh (Ijazah in Qiratul Asim and Nafi’ - Egypt) Teacher (8+ years experience)View Profile
Experienced and dedicated Religious Studies teacher and Careers Advisor
A qualified and experienced A Level Religious Studies teacher, with experience of teaching GCSE History and English too. I am dedicated to providing informative and interesting lessons for students of all ages, particularly focussing on English and Humanities subjects. I was previously a university lecturer therefore can provide advice, guidance and tuition in Religion, Philosophy, Ethics, and Politics. I am a volunteer Careers Advisor at an independent high school, therefore able to provide advice and guidance for college, university and careers.View Profile
A newly qualified history teacher. Experience with pupil's 11-18.
I am a historian and a history teacher. I graduated with a 2:1 BA degree in history from Edge Hill University, in 2018, and subsequently qualified as a teacher in 2020. I attained both my PGCE and my status as a qualified teacher from the University of Cumbria. I have an experience with teaching a wide range of academic abilities and ages and seek to match a pupil's learning to their specific academic needs. My approach is to develop a set routine for pupil's. Pupil's enter the classroom with prior expectations from previous sessions. The lesson will always begin with a task which draws upon knowledge from prior learning. This task allows pupil's to settle in to the rythym of the lesson, while showing me that a pupil has retained a degree of knowledge. Normally, this will transition into a starter task which is linked to the title and objectives of the lesson. This forces pupil's to make a connection with the lesson objectives going forward. The middle section of the lesson aims to tackle the heart of the lesson objectives and pupil's will often work independently or in small groups to achieve this. While monitoring behaviour during this task, I will also monitor the progress of each pupil. Having pupil's complete their work independently allows me to assess how much of their learning is derived from me and how much is driven by themselves. Towards the end of the lesson I will expect that most of the class will have a firm understanding of the lesson content. For those who haven't quite grasped the content, efforts are made to ensure that they are focused more upon in the next lesson. Lessons generally consist of verbal discussion, source analysis, knowledge building exercises and essay style short answers (depending on the group's academic ability). A plenary is used at the end of a lesson in order to sew together the contents of the lesson, along with a pupil's understanding of the lesson objectives. In addition, it provides me with a clear image of whether the class has met the specified objectives set out at the start of the lessonView Profile
Savvy tutor and who is ready to teach!
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 074010805040View Profile
I want to help you achieve amazing GCSE results!
I achieved 8 GCSE’s at Grade 7-9 Biology - 9 Chemistry - 9 Physics - 9 English Language - 9 Mathematics - 8 History - 8 Business Studies - A* English Literature - 7 Email me: eastsussextutors @ gmaIl.com for enquiries/questions or send me a message! 😁View Profile
Accomplished tutor and undergraduate at King's College London
Flexible and approachable in tutoring, with over five years experience from KS3 up until GCSE. I have assisted students in all walks of life with a method which works best for them. A recent graduate and current employee of Microsoft I believe my professional skills are invaluable to my teaching style!View Profile
Multi-Subject tutor with 100% success rate
Communication and Collaboration -Problem Solving and Critical Thinking -Secondary/ Higher Education curriculum knowledge. -Student leadership/personal development. -Classroom Management -Digital literacy -SEN Teaching ExperienceView Profile
Education should be exciting, not an endurance 🤓
- Mature Undergraduate LLB (Hons) Law Student - RAF Air Cadets Commissioned Officer - RYA Dinghy InstructorView Profile
Seasoned tutor and who is ready to teach!