My teaching will be more practical based and research based. I will use technology to help with my teaching and use various journals to facilitate my teaching. Peer reviewed journals are my main focus among journal to prepare for my teaching.
I adjust my teaching methodology to suit the needs of the student. I provide personalised handouts on areas of difficulty for the student, explaining these concepts in easy to understand language to further the students understanding and therefore their performance in the area of study.
Iam a registered nurse with experience in acute and non acute settings. Would loke to teach nursing students or assistants in nursing. Lesson structure will be depends upon the topics. Would like to explain the topics and clear students doubts.
My session is individual based therapy. At times I include parents or caregivers if found to be necessary. My teaching approach is that of making the child to be comfortable first(rapport building) and then it may vary between synthetic & analytic methods depending on the child's needs. I create & utilize more realistic situations to make the understanding easier and learning faster.
I have a passion for taking seemingly complicated topics and explaining them in a simplified easy to understand manner. I have helped 1st and 2nd year uni students go from hating chemistry to enjoying it and taught fellow medical students.
I cater to different learning styles, I have an assessment criteria to fill in firstly so that I know the best way to teach my students based on Extended Behavioural Profile and the 5 Senses.
I think everybody has a different learning technique and I am happy to adapt to this. I find if topics have a clear application and is accompanied with written and visual information the learning occurs at a deeper level than a single mode.
I am a final year neuroscience PhD student with extensive experience in teaching students from secondary school to university. I am a graduate of King's College London, whilst currently carrying out my research at Queen Mary, University of London. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach: - GCSE Science (including Biology, Chemistry and Physics) - GCSE PE Theory (Physiology – i.e.
Oliver Delgaram-Nejad is an interdisciplinary (psycholinguistics) PGR at Manchester Metropolitan University. His PhD research examines the composite language and communication phenomena of schizophrenia, as relative to figurative language processing, using experimental psycholinguistic methods; his master's dissertation focused on paralinguistics: blended displays (i.e.
I offer lessons to students (secondary school to university students), seeking to pursue a career in Biochemistry/Neuroscience area. My primary goal is to ensure that my students can fully understand the fundamental concepts in Biology, which is key for further studies. I also aim to make the learning experience as engaging and enjoyable as possible.
My primary role is to coach and facilitate student learning and overall comprehension of the subject. Put it differently, i could say that I base my methods on student-centered approach to learning and personalized learning.
I teach through problem solving and applied questions making you use knowledge rather than just hold on to facts. Then to check understanding amd review material I assign reading which relates to the topics covered with the goal of you being able to then 'teach' me as though I was different ability groups to check understanding of the material.
I have recently retired from Huddersfield University as a senior lecturer in Health/Nursing. I have over 35 years experience in the Healthcare field. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I have taught post-registration nursing courses in Neuroscience, Orthopaedics and Burns/Plastic surgery. I have also taught anatomy and physiology from foundation level to masters level.
I do evidence based teaching with examples from real cases. It's more of a discussion class. I appreciate an interactive class and try to involve everyone is the learning.
I teach by first understanding the style of my students and how much you already know about the topic. It's important for me to know why you want to learn this subject! Are you looking to pick up a new hobby or using it to complement other studies. By doing so we can get to grips and figure out our own, personalised approach.
I am in my 6th year studying Medicine at St Hugh's College, Oxford. Throughout my postgraduate years I have mentored prospective medicine students, and thus have a great deal of experience in the preparation required for medical school applications.
I would find the areas that you may find difficult and work with them to gain your confidence in that subject area
My goal in tutoring is to engage my students, and give them confidence in the content they are trying to learn! I am a patient teacher and am happy to spend sessions going over things multiple times to make sure they are fully consolidated- no matter how small.
I believe that to stimulate and harness a students enthusiasm is the key to their success and this is possible in all students with an excellent consistent, approachable and supportive tutor.
I have been a tutor for many years now and have gained a wealth of experience in that time. My teaching method is to maintain a student centred approach. The student must stay within the zone of proximal development according to Lev Vygotski a leading psychologist in the area of education.
Each lesson will be tailored to the individual. Specific topics can be looked into in detail of a generic course can be created depending of the students preference and subject focus.
My teaching methodology is based on small group, problem based and cooperative learning, videopracticals, regular oral exams, brainstorming and clinical case tasks
My teaching method involves insuring you both a) know and understand the material and b) are able to show this knowledge in an exam.
I have taught at degree level but also enjoy creating new ways of teaching. It depends on the people or individual concerned to encourage their interests or whether they struggle with concepts relating to the subject they are hoping to learn. I try to keep ahead with knowledge and have gone into private practice working on one on one.
I am a very hands on teacher including lots of visual cues that help to build a foundation understanding of each topic in which further knowledge can be built upon
I am a PhD scientist with passion for teaching. I strive to create a friendly and enthusiastic learning environment, and to instil in my students confidence and a deep understanding of the subject. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Biology (GCSE, A-level, IB, pre-U), Neuroscience, Essay writing, Dissertation/proofreading. - Tell me about your qualifications.
I have a passion for teaching subjects thoroughly, and I tailor my teaching methods to the student's needs, whilst making an effort that the student feels comfortable to ask questions and take the subject further if they wish to.
Biologist with PhD in Neuroscience, tutor of Biology and other Sciences, English and Modern Greek. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Biology, Neuroscience, Psychology, Chemistry, Physics, Math, English as a Foreign Language, Modern Greek, University Preparation in the Sciences, Academic Writing, Proofreading. Published poet can coach RE: creative writing. - Tell me about your qualifications.
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