I have a flexible approach and methodology to teaching depending on the particular requirements of the pupil. However, regardless of methodology, my objective is to provide the pupil with the tools necessary to become highly successful students and highly effective junior lawyers.
I am a lawyer who likes to teach and my lessons are geared towards undergraduate law students. The lesson structure will follow the course syllabus that the student has been given. I enjoy teaching interactive classes because I believe that involvement of students in the teaching process makes it easier for them to understand and remember lessons.
Please get in touch to discuss the suitability of providing tutoring. I am based in Canberra (Southside) and am happy to provide tutoring to students in high school, college or undertaking early university studies in social sciences or the law.
I have more than 20 years experience lecturing and tutoring law subjects. I have 3 degrees in law and for teaching is a vocation not a job. There will be 10 lectures (1 hour duration) and 10 tutorials (1 hour each). I teach at university level both undergraduate and post graduate. Teaching material will be on the website prior to classes. Tutorials are proactive.
I believe in "learning by doing" and that the most effective learning methods are to engage students to apply their learning to factual case studies. I encourage my students to think about the legal process and principals, rather than memorise laws and regulations by rote.
I have a deep passion for making real differences in the lives of my students and their learning journey through laser-focused instruction, my watchful eye and customised expertise to benefit students directly and witness their sparks of comprehension; equipping them with critical study skills to become independent lovers of learning.
My lessons are scholarly focused and i can plan lessons based on the students needs. I have experience with civil litigation, human rights law, law reform processes and practices, Cultural Legal Studies, Legal philosophy and can gear lessons to assist with a students curriculum.
I have significant volume of materials which have contributed to my studies as a former law student and I have created great amounts of notes which integrate the learning techniques of every subject required for teaching.
I take a 'scaffolding' approach to tuition, ensuring learning occurs layer by layer from a strong foundation. This means first establishing a good rapport with my students, and determining their strengths and areas requiring improvement. It entails building skills and knowledge steadily, with repeat check-ins and feedback to ensure efficient and sustainable learning progress.
My approach to teaching depends on the subject I am teaching. For subjects that are conceptual, like law or literature, I tend to be more conversational and create analogies so that students can understand subtle points I am trying to make. For subjects that are motor based, such as guitar performance, I am methodical and drill my students to refine particular areas of their skill base.
More then happy to conduct one on one tutoring sessions as well as group classes. I am happy to assist with assignment preparations, exam study or simply course work.
I teach using visual aids and with real applicable examples on understanding concepts much better. I can assist with grammar editing for assessments and show you what little things professors look at while marking for grammar and how to improve these mistakes. Teaching can also be done in the form of speech exercises for assessments which are presentation based.
I believe in learning by doing and creating real life practical scenarios to understand the theoretical underpinning of the law. I provide students with reference materials that will assist them in their learning and be easily applicable to their tasks at hand.
I do not believe in cramming things up- (apparently Law has a lot to remember- the cases, the citations, legislations). Nevertheless, it gets easy based on the understanding of the topic. I focus on the principles and then approach my topic with the landmark cases in the said topic. Apparently reading and writing so much has also increased my skills in English.
My teaching method includes breaking down the topics into smaller components and focusing on those components one by one in order to make sure my students understand their work in detail. I tend to focus on the individual needs of the students and help them over come whatever struggles they may have.
My teaching methods are based on practical and legal theory which the main focus will be on the application of the law and using helpful syllogisms that will properly teach you how to use the law to come to a sensible conclusion.
My teaching methodology is very straight forward. I like to teach the basic core principles of each concept and allow the individual to form an opinion in light of given material. I like to teach my students critical thinking instead of spoon feeding them information.
I primarily teach online. I gauge the students current-to-date knowledge on the specific area in question, evaluate their style of learning and implement a similar teaching methodology. Generally, I coach the student in finding answers themselves, enabling them to do so by prompting specific key target areas and guiding them to these areas.
Hello, My name is Jocelyn, I did almost all my schooling in Montpellier, I have a master 2 in public business law. So this year, I prepare the avocado competition in Paris at the Sorbonne. During my years in Montpellier, I gave private lessons to many students. Now that I'm in Paris and I do not know anyone, I thought why not this site that will allow me perhaps to have students. See you, Jocelyn.
I am a Doctor of Law and have been teaching/tutoring since 2005 at SOAS and University of London. I am passionate about empowering my students with the knowledge, skills set and intellectual curiosity for the subjects I tutor on. I tutor students on the MSc/MBA Finance and Financial Law, BSc and Professional subjects.
I am currently a Master 1 in general private law at the University Panthéon Assas (Paris II). I got my L1, L2 and L3 in the same university. Before I got my Bac ES mention fine French Lycée Lyautey of Casablanca in Morocco, which allowed me to get very good academic foundation and gain practice of literary Arabic, orally and in writing.
I offer classes to A'levels, undergraduate and masters student. I also help in legal research work. I approach each class with practical examples and allows student contributions. I prefer an interactive class as I found that engaging students is the best way of imparting knowledge.
As someone who thrives on creation and construction of knowledge, I believe that everyone should have equity in terms of opportunity, access and resources so that they can realise their fullest potential, achieving highest grades. My aim is conceptual clarity and its application in the real life world. For me, education is much more than getting grades.
I am "Del" I am a college student furthering my college career to obtain more degrees. I give lessons to all students ranging from pre-k to senior level high school. My method is personalized to each students need. I aim to make learning fun and more emorable. To ensure each pupil will be granted the best service I will mold my teaching to his or her required help level.
Throughout my previous experience of tutoring, I've learned that it is key to listen to the people I teach and what they need.
In Law studies, 50% of the work is related to the law material (facts, solution...) and the rest is about the formal aspect of your work. It means that the way you present and write your cases and dissertation are as important as the solution. Therefore, I think it’s essential to focus on both aspects.
I love to interact with my students academically thus ensuring that each and every student gets my undivided attention. My technique ensure that none of my students is left behind in terms of grasping the concept at hand. .I also love giving a Continuous Assessment Test after the end of every topic to gauge the level of understanding in that particular field. .
My teaching method is by Active Learning - this means interaction between the student and tutor - drawing and building on current knowledge - often the student simply needs to rearrange the structure of answers to achieve higher results for themselves.
My teaching method is to make the law comprehensive and interesting for all, I just break it down with simple illustrations and case laws
I was fortunate to have Lecturers of the elevation of the President of the Criminal Chambers, Avv. Prof. G. Frigo, Member of the Court of Cassation. He debuted in his first lesson in University saying: "Guys, I will teach you the keys to reading the law!". A great jurist is not the one who has memory ...
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