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Qualified Teacher| BA Education Studies, UCL | 5+ Years Teaching Experience
I have completed my Primary PGCE at UCL with overall Outstanding. I am a DBS accredited teacher with 5+ years teaching experience in Qur'an, Tajweed and Islamic Studies. I have worked with students between 5-15 both privately and in classes at Safar Academy. I have also graduated with a BA in Education Studies from University College London (UCL), where I focussed on various different approaches to learning and education. I have used my studies to help shape my teaching methods, to make sure I add the most value to my students. Beyond teaching, I also help provide mentorship and support for students to help build a solid foundation for their future.
"Whoever is not kind does not have faith" - this is what I go by
I've been teaching for the past 3 years now Alhamdulillah at a masjid with the children ranging from 5 to 11 year olds and I have done some private teaching to students much older. I've completed my A levels at Woodhouse College in Maths, Business and Accounting. I can teach Maths, Quran, Tajweed and Islamic studies. Previously, I studied at a private Islamic school where I completed the memorisation of the Quran. So I can also help others memorise the Quran too.
I'm extremely interested and eager about teaching
My name is khalid jeilani i initially studied in an institute in west Yorkshire dewsbury but graduated from jamiatul ilm wal huda in The college of knowledge and guidance Blackburn memorised the holy quran alongside that ive studied social science and studied arabic literature, hadith and much more under one of the most renowned scholar in the UK and other countries
Hi! I am a recent graduate from Queen Mary University and I excel in humanities.
I studied English BA at Queen Mary for three years and during my degree I taught English GCSE part time. I am an enthusiastic teacher who inspires student's to reach nd exeed their potential. My students in the past have been able to make massive progress because I tailor the lesson to suit their individual needs. I am able to balance work with personal development as I believe both are linked together. Through realising their potential a student can become more self confident in themselves as well as the subject.
I want to give out the knowledge I have and help others.
I am a 2nd Year Law student.
Graduate from UCL Institute of Education
I have been a tutor for 3 and half years with all ages ranges from 4-16 years olds. I have a passion of teaching for a brighter future for the individuals.
Experienced UCAS advisor and A Level tutor
A dedicated, experienced and creative tutor. I'm currently an HR prifessional with a background in mainstream education and social enterprises. I completed a BSc in Politics and Philosophy at the London School of Economics. Tutoring Experience: I've been tutoring GCSE and A levels in Maths and Government and Politics respectively since 2008 one to one. Having worked as a Graduate Achievement Coach at Bethnal Green Academy for two years, I helped students prepare for GCSE maths examinations,Sixth Form students apply to university and coach young people to make informed decisions about their future. In 2014/15 I also tutored two International Relations undergraduate students from Queen Mary University (University of London) My previous tutee from First Tutors took AS Religious Studies as an additional subject outside of her school curriculum. She achieved an A grade having only studied with me for 2 hours a week over 4-5 months. My students have consistently performed in their examinations and benefited overall academically from my interaction with them. Tutoring Approach: I'm also experienced in helping my students develop key study skills and unlock their potential by focusing on also developing their motivation and key skills such as time management and effective planning. I believe that the best way to develop a student's academic skills is to empower them rather then make them dependent on tuition, thus I strive to help them help themselves, by teaching them key skills that will be useful throughout their academic career as well as providing support in the desired subject area.
Highly experienced tutor and undergraduate at University of Westminster
I am a university student currently study Biomedical Sciences at Westminster university. I also work at a tutoring centre and do private tutoring. I have over 5 years of experience as a tutor and can teach to a very high standard.
‘Education is not the learning of facts, but the training of the mind to think.’
I have a very unique way of teaching and that is ‘the training of the mind to think’. As I specialise in English Literature and language, ‘training the mind to think’ is crucial and allows students to think outside the box, exploring avenues that may have never been explored before. This is seen in my success rates of tutoring throughout the years, in subjects such as English literature and language, Chemistry and Biology. I have improved GCSE students grades by 2-3 grades every year round. Being the first cohort doing the new 9-1 GCSE examinations, I achieved a grade 9 for both English literature and language. This means that I have a first hand experience on what the exams are like, what examiners are looking for, how to handle workload and memorise poems and quotes from books, and how to achieve great results. In order to develop English skills, I frequently encourage asking questions, with this, lessons do not become a one way street and the student is encouraged to probe away in order to reach a conclusion for themselves. I try to teach a student the qualities of, and then to prioritise deduction and reasoning, something I have found is becoming ever more important in current exams. I strive to build confidence in students by securing knowledge and understanding and then frequently applying this to new scenarios, including independent work designed for strong consolidation. This of course includes inspiring an interest in the subject at hand, attempting to help the student recognise how truly fun learning such useful subjects can be, especially in noticing how they relate to daily life.
Dedicated tutor and undergraduate at Goldsmiths, University of London
Studies and exams can be stressful, having just graduated from BSc Computer Science in 2020 - i understand that too. There’s alot of pressure to meet grade boundaries and targets for students - this is where i come in. My job is to use my experience to help you enjoy what you’re learning, whilst you try hard to meet your targets. Knowledge is power and even more so when you like what you learn.