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Trusted teacher: I'm an experienced academic (Linguistics and Psychology). Over 10 years as a tutor and teacher, I can work with you to improve your: academic writing, structure, presentation, style and rigour. I have an MA in business, master's degree in linguistics and a PhD in psychology.
Essay writing · Psychology · Statistics
These classes support students working within the social and behavioural sciences. You might be studying for A level, conducting postgraduate level research, or preparing an application for your undergraduate course. The sessions are informal and unstructured, with a focus on dialogic approaches. You will be encouraged to ask questions and reflect critically throughout.
English · Psychology · Neuroscience
Katie - Bath£15
Friendly and individualist AQA, A Level Psychology/ general Psychology (preferably 1st years) tutoring in Bath/Exeter or online (Zoom) My approach is very individualistic- some students prefer going through exam questions and some prefer lessons on specific topics. I tend to go over the topic that the student would like to go through, make sure they fully understand and then finish with some assisted exam questions as this, in my personal experience, is what will make a difference. I’m more than happy to go over work a student has completed in ‘class’ if the understanding isn’t there, and try and make lessons as interesting and enjoyable as possible! For A level, my experience is with AQA, however, I can also tutor from other exam boards In September (2021), I will be entering the second year of my degree program (Msci Applied, Clinical, Psychology) at Exeter University. I took A-Levels in Psychology (A), Sociology (A), Music (C) and Maths in Context (B). After university, I hope to train to become a Clinical Psychologist. I have experience in tutoring (2 years) in all areas of psychology, including statistics. Moreover, tutoring experience in essay writing and short answer exam questions & am more than happy to give studying advice (note that this advice is entirely my own opinion, from my experience, therefore, it may not work for everyone). 2+ years of experience working with and supporting vulnerable adults and children. I’m friendly and reliable and understand that everyone learns in a different way so therefore adopt that when teaching. Please do get in touch if you have any further questions!
As a psychology graduate, I aim to make psychology exciting for A Level students. Psychology is vast subject, with so many different areas and approaches. This can make the subject daunting, but I think this is what makes psychology exciting; to understand how different approaches interlink to explain what makes us, us. We can help understand and consolidate content. We will work on skills to revise A Level Psychology and reinforce strong study habits. We'll explore different methods to find out what works for you. We'll set small manageable deadlines, to turn a vast subject into small digestable chunks!
Psychology · Psychology (for students)
A mature and serious postgraduate with international experience and vast repertoire of skills to impart to young learners and future academics, I seek to significantly improve confidence, performance and achievement. In my approach I study the challenges with the client and together set out a plan with a guiding timeline to reach goals and targets. I work to harness the student ability to digest complex and technical information to succeed in their academic career. The ability to focus, work to competing deadlines are habits that can be nurtured. Trust and rapport are the foundation to good learning atmosphere. Having worked in student services, course administration and tutored/mentored at University, I have become well rounded in the field of education. Coming from an ethnic background I understand cultural sensitivity and tact when dealing with sensitive matters and for most young students I easily build a rapport to gain their trust and respect. During my work experience I have acquired excellent time management skills, as well as interpersonal, relationship building and communication skills (written and oral), not to mention a keen eye for detail.
Philosophy · Psychology · Political science
Having completed my GCSEs in 2019 and successfully completing my first year of A level studies in biology, chemistry and psychology, I'm looking to offer additional support for GCSE students and year 12 students in biology and psychology - two subjects I have a great passion for and a good ability in. My relevant grades are listed below: GCSE Science Trilogy: 8-8 (A*-A*) GCSE English Language: 8 (A*) GCSE Mathematics Higher: 7 (A) A level Biology (predicted): A A level Psychology (predicted): A Core Maths (Level 3 qualification achieved in August 2020): A
Science · Psychology · Biology
I have always had a passion for education. This has left me in good stead to become a dedicated teacher driven to inspire students to achieve personal academic success. I specialise in English, Health and Social Care, Sociology, Psychology and Special Educational Needs. My particular strengths are an ability to work to pressurised deadlines and be flexible. I have a mature and conscientious teaching approach, which allows me to be innovative within the classroom. I believe in using various approaches to teaching, which facilitate the active participation of students and involve them fully in their group and individual learning. I have further enhanced my own capabilities as an educational practitioner and have grown and evolved considerably and have been graded 1 in lesson observations. Having moved from mainstream teaching to special needs, has enabled me to expand my skills and depth of knowledge within this area. Working with small groups and on a one-to-one basis has greatly emphasised the need for individual learning plans and the need for flexibility. During my teaching career, I have been involved in the training of trainee teachers. In each case, acting as a mentor and helping to support the development of skills of teaching and learning practice, whilst on placement. This experience also helped to develop my own teaching as it enabled the sharing of new ideas and good practice.
English · Psychology · Sociology
I specialise in teaching English language, History and Psychology. This covers English as a second language (ESL), English for Adults, as well as children/adults that require SEN assistance when being taught. Furthermore, I specialise in history as it is one of my passions and I had studied and have the qualification in it. Alongside this, I have a BSc, undergraduate Honors degree in psychology which I know I can help to tutor and assist others in learning. I will provide PowerPoints to be taught from as well as homework so we can assess the progress made. Any school work that is needed for assistance, we will cover as well. I will also provide progress reports fortnightly so we can assess the strengths and weaknesses of each student, in an attempt to focus on what needs to be given that extra bit of a push. And I assure you, there is no need to worry as every student is different and have their own paces. I've worked with infants and adults of different backgrounds and believe that I can definitely help make a difference in learning!
English · History · Psychology
With a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology, I specialise in tutoring Psychology at GCSE, A-Level and Undergraduate Level. I have years of experience in coursework, essay and exam planning. My goal is to provide assistance and help improve your performance through essay-writing, research and overall psychology learning. Each lesson will be tailored to the student's wants in an informal and flexible environment. You can bring any questions and topics that you may be having trouble with and I will help you with revision techniques and understanding the different psychology theories. A typical lesson might look like this: - You come to the lesson with an area that you'd like to focus on - We go through the content of this area - We identify the challenges you face with this - We look at the different methods to overcome this challenge - You apply what you have learned
Psychology · Psychology (for students) · Essay writing
Able to provide support in A-Level Psychology and English Literature. My experience: I've got extensive experience supporting others in an academic and non-academic setting. I have six years’ experience tutoring students aged 4 - 16 years old. I worked with students on their work assignments as well as setting extra work to help students reach the next level in their potential. I use scientifically-ratified methods to ensure students are working to the highest level of efficiency. I am able to work with students with SEN, using scientific tools like Pictorial Exchange Program to support students in their academic and social skills while reducing the likelihood of “meltdowns.” Over those six years, I honed my ability to break down difficult topics into easily digestible lectures for each child. By using a person-centred approach, I helped the students learn in the manner most effective to them. I have a degree in Psychology BSc from Royal Holloway, University of London (ranked 9th in the UK for Psychology). I achieved an upper-second class with honours (2:1). This includes a first-class final year project. I undertook classes such as Learning & Memory and Developmental Psychology which gave me insights into how to achieve the highest level of productivity and information retention - tools that I utilised to complete my degree. I'm currently studying Medicine. While at university, I worked as a peer mentor where I provided individualised support to first year students. My caseload of students where those who were nervous upon their acceptance to university. I aided them in their transition to university by creating a safe space for them to approach me with their academic queries and social anxieties. I have excellent interpersonal skills that allowed me to build productive relationships with my students wherein they felt comfortable approaching me when in crisis. I am currently a Recovery Worker, providing support to homeless individuals in London. I specialise in providing person-centred, personalised support to entrenched rough sleepers with particularly high and complex physical, mental and substance misuse support needs. I have an outstanding record of ensuring my clients stay off the street and move along in their recovery process. This is done by having a keen eye for assessing individuals, even those who are difficult to engage and creating realistic and productive action plans. Through my dedication to belief in uplifting others and identifying a shortfall in the care provided to my most vulnerable clients, I created a successful partnership with the Premier League’s Chelsea Football Club to provide one-to-one health and fitness support to homeless people in London. Moreover, borne from a drive to give back to my local community while at University, I organised, planned and executed a school-based programme. I partnered with Age Exchange, a charity dedicated to reducing loneliness in society's most vulnerable populations, to design a ten-week programme. I used cutting edge reminiscence arts and tactile objects to help rejuvenate the memories of those with Alzheimer’s and Dementia. I liaised with local schools and care homes to link elderly individuals with local schools. Through this, I developed my ability to communicate efficiently and effectively online by creating a weekly newsletter for my volunteers, running a community page and keeping clear and open channels of communication with all parties. The programme was a tremendous success, earning the Queen's Award for Outstanding Voluntary Service which was presented by HRH Princess Anne. Furthermore, the Mayor of Runnymede came to visit, and it was featured in the local news. For my dedication to the voluntary service, I received a Gold Passport Award from Royal Holloway, University of London. I believe I am the excellent candidate to help students fulfil their potential. I have excellent time management skills as evidenced by my exemplary community outreach work while studying towards a Bachelor of Science degree. I have the drive and patience to work with students who are struggling and the ambition to help those who would like to achieve more.
English · Science · Psychology
Talia - Borehamwood£19
Trusted teacher: This class is for current Psychology undergraduate students who require help with essay writing, coursework and exam prep. Students can bring their questions and assignments which they require advice and guidance on. The lesson will then focus on identifying challenges and overcoming them by a variety of methods dependent on the student's requirements. These may include: teaching lecture content; evaluating and improving written drafts; building practice essay plans.
Psychology · Psychology (for students)
Trusted teacher: I can assist with statistics and research methods for all psychology subjects. I can assist with both coursework and research theses. I can assist with common statistical analysis software such as SPSS, Stata and R. I can be flexible with the session times so please contact me in advance if you intend to book.
Psychology · Statistics
This is for A-level and Undergraduate Psychology students who may need a bit of extra help with essay writing, exam techniques or help with understanding psychological theories. I can help go over revision techniques or read essays to show where you may be going wrong with your essays.
Trusted teacher: This class will present the basics of Psychology, including Psychological Theories: 1) Biological Theory 2) Cognitive Theory 3) Psychodynamic Theory 4) Behaviourist Theory 5) Evolutionary Theory 6) Humanistic Theory It will also discuss famous Psychologists in these areas, strengths and weaknesses of each theory, and lots of important information to understand Psychology as a whole. This class is great for exam revision, essay writing, or to gain a basic understanding of the subject of Psychology.
Psychology · Psychology (for students)