Antihegemonic masculinities: a contextual approach to gender relations and masculine transformation
Welcome to the Recognizing Diversity in Male Experiences Course, we will explore how factors such as age, class, ethnicity and sexual orientation shape male identities in unique ways. We will address the importance of understanding and respecting the multiple ways in which masculinities are expressed.e Masculinities, a space for reflection, dialogue and action aimed at exploring the complexities of masculine identities in contemporary society. This course immerses itself in deep dialogue, addressing various dimensions ranging from cultural representations to practical challenges in building a more positive and equitable masculinity.
IB Business Management SL/HL, IGCSE Business, test preparation tutoring
IB (International Baccalaureate) Business Management SL/HL, IGCSE Business, test preparation, official sample papers, internal assessment guide. I am an active certified IB Business Management teacher and an IB examiner with more than three years teaching experience in classroom environment in a private IB World School in Bulgaria. I'm applying various teaching methods in order to meet the needs and wants of my students and help them achieve their goals. I have 15+ years professional experience in the corporate world in multinational companies across the globe in roles like Business Manager, Senior Financial Analyst and Finance Manager.
Qualified and IB trained English and class teacher
I am a qualified and IB trained enthusiastic English and class teacher. I have been teaching internationally both UK and USA curricula for more than 15 years (Egypt, Kuwait, UAE, and now in Qatar). I hold MA and BEd. My Major: Applied Linguistics, English, German for ELS students, Literature My Minor: Child Development, Psycho-Pedagogy Originally, I am from Russia. I offer ONLINE lessons: -English for Primary students (UK or USA curricula) -Primary subjects (Math, Science, Social Studies) -English for adults
Sociology for beginners. Introduction and fundamentals.
Have you ever wondered why societies work the way they do? Are you interested in better understanding how people interact in groups and how that affects our lives? If so, you've come to the right place! Our online course "Sociology for Beginners" is a perfect introduction to the fascinating world of sociology. In this course, you will explore the fundamental concepts of sociology and learn to analyze society from a critical perspective. No prior knowledge of sociology is required; This course is designed for beginners and anyone interested in better understanding the world around us. What you will learn: Introduction to Sociology: You will learn what sociology is, its history and its relevance in today's world. Sociological Theories: You will explore the main sociological theories, such as functionalism, conflict and symbolic interactionism, and how they are applied in social analysis. Research Methods: You will discover the tools that sociologists use to study society, including surveys, interviews, participant observation, and data analysis. Relevant Social Issues: You will investigate current issues such as social inequality, culture, social structure, globalization and contemporary problems. Practical Applications: You will see how to apply sociological concepts in everyday life and in your understanding of society. Our online course uses an interactive platform that will allow you to learn at your own pace. You will have access to video lessons, readings, practical exercises and online discussions. Additionally, you will be supported by expert instructors who will be available to answer your questions and guide your learning. Who is it addressed to: This course is ideal for anyone interested in sociology and better understanding the dynamics of society. No prior knowledge of the subject is required, making it perfect for beginners. Requirements: An Internet connection and access to a device (computer, tablet or smartphone). Desire to learn and explore the social world around you. Course duration: The "Sociology for Beginners" course is made up of 5 modules and can be completed in 5 weeks, depending on your own study pace.
History Tutor- Specialize in Ancient, Medieval, 20th Century World History, and History of the Americas
I am a high school Social Studies teacher at a private school on Long Island. I currently teach History of the Americas and Ancient and Medieval History. I am available to tutor 1 on 1 or small group sessions after school Monday through Friday and on Saturdays from 9am-1pm. I specialize in educating students ages 14-18 but am open to tutoring/teaching people 19+ as well.
History, Geography and Civics for basic and secondary school.
Let's approach social sciences at the school level in a more efficient, dynamic way and with a more human approach. Let's learn to review these subjects with a critical approach and not just memorize dates, let's discuss historical events, civic foundations and immerse ourselves in the geographical, global, regional, national or local knowledge of the country in which you are located. These subjects should not be a headache, the idea is to learn to love them and learn that they are integral to all the academic training that we require in a more competitive world.
Reinforcement classes for English, Language, History, Art History, Geography, Philosophy, Music...
I give private classes in almost all subjects, although at all levels only those mentioned above, in the "Course Title" section. I can also teach all levels of Guitar (classical, acoustic and electric).
Support classes for all courses and ages, online
I am a 4th year Law and Business Administration student and I offer private reinforcement or Social Sciences classes. I have 3 years of experience providing support to children ages 7-8, 11-12, 16-17 and with academic difficulties. I have the C1 from Cambridge, so I can also help in English. Classes would be taught online. Don't hesitate to write to me!!!
PREPARE DEGREE WORK, PREPARE EXAMS, RESEARCH AND PUBLICATION
I teach you how to use Mendeley so you can cite and reference in any style. I help you correct your degree work and structure it. I help you create and design infographics, perform qualitative statistical analysis. TOPICS: Editing and correction according to compliance with the guidelines and styles of scientific articles Creation, editing and preparation of articles. Management of the Open Journal Systems platform for online editorial supervision. Management of databases, peer-reviewed journals and bibliographic citation indexes. Collection of testimonies and conducting interviews with users.
Sociology A Level/GCSE Crash course - boost your knowledge in time for your exams
Qualified history teacher (PGCE) with several years experience teaching history and sociology in schools and online Primary to A level. I am passionate about creating and delivering fun and informative lessons, I have a passion for helping pupils achieve their own personal best with regards to exams and academic knowledge. If you would like to book lessons or have any enquires please reach out. I am a friendly and hardworking person and this openness to meeting and working with new people is seen in my approach to teaching. I enjoy private tutoring and have seen first hand the positive impact this has on an individuals academic outcomes. Look forward to hearing from you!
Social Psychology : Obedience to Authority and its implications
Social psychology is a reoccurring form of study in our everyday lives that plays a huge role in our interactions, thinking, and behaviour. But why do condemn certain laws and abide by the rules? How does our psychological thinking impact our actions in social order? We'll be diving into real-world situations & looking into interesting theories that explain this phenomenon, looking into the popular Milgram's study and how obedience towards authority varies across cultures. If you're a GCSE or A-level student heading for a career in psychology, this is just the class for you!
Anthropology all levels, basic and intermediate English
In classes you will learn according to your needs, there are also tutorials for midterms, exams, monographs, reading texts, summaries and concept maps. It is important to practice English, therefore you can also practice conversation.
Ana Belén Herran
School reinforcement experience in ADHD. English, science and Spanish language classes
Tutoring. It helps to understand knowledge and to carry out homework and projects. I teach English, science and Spanish language at all levels. I have experience with students with attention deficit. I go to the students' homes and I also teach online classes. My experience of many years is endorsed by many students. Good results. What are you waiting for, contact me
Online and home support in different subjects of various courses
I am a teacher by profession, I consider myself an educated and happy person. With these classes, which are characterized by being open, flexible and adapted, I aim to be able to help different boys and girls overcome the different barriers that they may encounter throughout the course.
Unveiling Islam: From Its Origins to Britain's Shores
Course Title: "Unveiling Islam: From Its Origins to Britain's Shores" Course Description: Embark on a captivating exploration of the rise of Islam, rooted in a historical perspective that draws from traditional Islamic sources. This course offers a unique opportunity to delve deep into the historical context and narratives surrounding Islam's emergence, while also critically examining these source materials to present a balanced and accurate portrayal. Additionally, we will explore the fascinating intersections between Islam and the wider world, including the Crusades and the impact of colonialism. Course Highlights: Historical Context: Immerse yourself in the socio-political and cultural landscape of pre-Islamic Arabia, setting the stage for the rise of Islam. The Life of Prophet Muhammad: Gain insights into the life of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), including his early years, the revelations, and his pivotal role in laying the foundation of Islam. Islamic Expansion: Investigate the rapid spread of Islam beyond Arabia, exploring key events, battles, and diplomatic endeavours that shaped the Islamic world. Primary Sources: Engage with traditional Islamic sources such as the Quran, Hadith, and early historical texts, uncovering the rich narratives and perspectives they offer. East and West in the Crusades: Explore the dynamic relationship between the East and West during the Crusades, with a particular focus on the fascinating characters of Richard the Lionheart and Salahuddin (Saladin). Analse their roles, strategies, and impacts on the course of history. Islam and Colonialism: Delve into the complex history of the Muslim world during colonialism, examining the effects of European colonial powers on Islamic societies. Explore the challenges, resistance, and legacies of this historical period. MA in Religion and Global Politics A-Level in Religion and Philosophy Completed a history module on the Muslim world, taught by Hugh Kennedy, which explored the rise and fall of Islamic empires from their inception in the 7th century to the present day, receiving a First in the module. Received a First in the study of Islam in Britain. Course Format: Weekly live sessions for interactive discussions and Q&A. Assigned readings from primary and secondary sources. Who Should Attend: History enthusiasts Anyone interested in gaining a nuanced understanding of the historical roots of Islam, its interactions with the West, and its experience during colonialism. Students of all ages will benefit from KS2 to University students of the humanities. Course Duration: 8 Weeks By the end of this course, you will have gained a profound appreciation for the historical context and events that led to the rise of Islam, the intricate relationships between the East and West during the Crusades, and the complex history of the Muslim world during colonialism. Unearth the mysteries of Islamic history, delve into the intricacies of the Crusades, and explore the impact of colonialism by joining us on this enriching journey through time. Feel free to further customise this course description to fit your unique teaching style and target audience. This updated description incorporates the additional class highlights you requested. Course Overview Week 1: The Life of Prophet Muhammad (570-632 CE) Early life and upbringing of Prophet Muhammad The revelations and the Quran Role in establishing Islam as a religion Week 2: The Expansion of Islam and Early Islamic Conquests (622-750 CE) Key events and battles during early Islamic expansion Spread of Islam beyond the Arabian Peninsula Formation of the early Islamic community Week 3: The Rashidun Caliphs (632-661 CE) The reign of Abu Bakr (632-634 CE) as the first caliph Umar's caliphate (634-644 CE) and administrative reforms Leadership and challenges of Uthman (644-656 CE) and Ali (656-661 CE) Week 4: Umayyad Caliphate and Muslim Spain (661-750 CE) Historical overview of the Umayyad Caliphate (661-750 CE) Governance, culture, and expansion during the Umayyad era Exploration of Muslim Spain (Al-Andalus) and its contributions (711-1492 CE) Week 5: Abbasid Caliphate (750-1258 CE) Rise of the Abbasid Caliphate and its contributions Cultural, scientific, and intellectual achievements during their reigns Week 6: The Crusades (1096-1291 CE) Introduction to the Crusades as a series of holy wars Key dates and events from the First Crusade to the Fifth Crusade Focus on the interactions between Western European and Muslim forces Week 7: The Ottoman Empire (1299-1922 CE) Origins and rise of the Ottoman Empire under Osman I The reign of significant Ottoman sultans, such as Mehmed II (the Conqueror) Ottoman governance, society, and cultural contributions Week 8: The Gunpowder Empires (15th-18th Century CE) Explore the rise and consolidation of the Ottoman Empire (c. 1299-1922 CE). Analyze the Safavid Empire's establishment (c. 1501-1736 CE) and its unique role in Persia. Investigate the Mughal Empire's expansion in the Indian subcontinent (c. 1526-1857 CE). Week 9: Karbala Narrative and Its Historical Impact (680 CE - 20th Century) Significance of the Karbala narrative in Shia Islam Influence on historical events like the Iranian Revolution Use of the narrative in the Iran-Iraq War Week 10: Islam in Modern Britain (20th Century - Present) Historical overview of Islam in Britain Contributions and cultural influences of British Muslims Contemporary Muslim communities and challenges