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Seasoned tutor and undergraduate at Lancaster University
Weekend and evening tutor
I have been tutoring for the past four years while away at university. I aim to provide lessons that meet the students unique needs and educational abilities.View Profile
Experienced tutor and undergraduate at University of Strathclyde
I am a very flexible teacher who likes to adapt my teaching ways according to the student needs and abilityView Profile
Resourceful tutor and undergraduate at Imperial College London
An Mres in Cancer Biology graduate from Imperial College London and a BSc Medical Genetics graduate from Quee Mary. I have tutored science, cancer biology and English before. I love to use structured presentations and have discussions.View Profile
Educated educator making learning easy, specialist in law, psychology & English.
Having degrees in both law and psychology, I have covered a wide breadth of learning in my studies; from the neuroscience to medieval history. My vast general knowledge adds a sprinkle on top of my ability to educate fellow learners. At university level, my skills are finessed in the subjects mentioned within my profile. Below university level, I’m skilled in allowing others to quickly familiarise the unfamiliar no matter the subject. I am a dab hand at writing applications, too, for university, colleague, jobs and the like.View Profile
Versatile tutor and undergraduate at King's College London
I thrive in communicating with students, able to build connections and share knowledge easily. I pride myself in being able to connect with younger students and have the ability to get along with anyone. This makes it easier for your son/daughter to learn.View Profile
Passionate tutor and undergraduate at University of Oxford
I am a Biology student at the University of Greenwich and work often with disabled students, being one myself. I have a passion for science, language and history. I enjoy sharing knowledge, with an emphasis on the student’s individual learning style.View Profile
Teaching has always been my greatest passion. I have done so for 25 years.
I have dedicated my teaching career to ensuring that all students achieve and progress while gaining a love or at very least seeing the benefits of acquiring new knowledge. Coaching, delivery of training as well as the recognition that the student is at the centre of everything that we do while maintaining a robust self-evaluation of teaching and learning all played a significant part in ensuring that the progress of all students have been consistently outstanding over the years. As a teacher of English Language and English Literature, I devise and deliver lessons for national qualifications, preparing students and contributing significantly to enabling continually outstanding teaching and learning practice. In the last 3 years, I have consistently attained an average 94% grades 9- 4 for students. Throughout my teaching career, I have taught classes across a wide ability range and have been formally commended for the fact that my lessons are well-planned and appropriate to individual learning styles of each group. I adapt a “person-centred” approach to teaching, facilitating rages of learning styles in a calm working environment. As an experienced teacher, tutor and formerly a Deputy Curriculum Leader of English, my strengths and experience include: • Successfully mentored and coached NQTs/ Teach First teachers/ Graduate Teacher Trainees/ Overseas Trained Teachers. This involved creating a sense of trust to ensure that a personalised action plan for improvement is accurate and fit for purpose. It is also important to ensure that I was seen as approachable and willing to model good teaching and learning strategies in a variety of contexts. • Keeping abreast of the latest developments in Education to inform planning and decision making. This is particularly relevant to the current situation of change regarding “life after levels” and GCSE reforms to mention a few. Bearing this in mind, I have ensured that I can be resilient in being able to adapt and respond positively to change while ensuring that my students’ learning is not negatively influenced. • Effective use of Data analysis/ Interventions (marginal gains) for maximum impact. This involved providing training for all how to use data effectively to ensure good progress and attainment within my department. • Supported other KS3 leaders within and outside, modelled the design of an effective Department Handbook, Current Standards analysis and reports on Exams Analysis. • Master Classes and in service training for targeted groups of students and staff in a range of areas. • Modelled good practice (giving lesson feedback under the new framework/ effective coaching/ effective questioning/ Team Teaching). • Being accountable and holding staff in the department to account for under-achievement of students. • Monitor and support the overall progress and development of students within the area of responsibility. • Monitor student attendance together with their progress and performance in relation to targets set for each individual ensuring that follow-up procedures are adhered to and that appropriate action is taken where necessary.View Profile