I've worked in higher education for a quarter of a century, with about a decade of that being at Cambridge, and most recently, at Brunel. I've taught in the UK, US and Mongolia, so have experience with a wide range of students. Within this context, I've taught academic writing, and I've helped dozens of students, both undergraduate and post-graduate, design, research, and write dissertations and other substantial pieces of research. As someone who has lectured at the University level, I've not ...
|Recent Students: 2||Total Hours: 8||Last Online: 01 Oct 2020|
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I have been working as a tutor for almost three years, tutoring undergraduate and graduate students in a range of subjects in the social sciences and humanities. Prior to this, I taught undergraduate students in anthropology at Brown University, an ivy-league university in the United States. I additionally have experience teaching 16-18 year olds on university-preparation courses, as well as A-Level Government and Politics students at a private sixth form college in London.
|Recent Students: 4||Total Hours: 22||Last Online: 26 Oct 2020|
|All-time Students: 4||Total A Level Anthropology Hours: 0||Signed Up: 06 Sep 2019|
Anita has tutored university and Oxbridge entrance since 2014 across the social sciences, with specialisms in Social Anthropology, HSPS and PPE. She is a fully qualified teacher and fellow of the Higher Education Authority, and was Senior Teaching Assistant for the University of Durham Department of Anthropology for the academic year 2017-2018, a role she has stepped down from as she continues leading seminars whilst completing writing up her PhD.
|Recent Students: 2||Total Hours: 10||Last Online: 27 Oct 2020|
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I have been a professional tutor since 2006.
Across all of the different subjects I teach, I always notice the same thing: the main difficulty that learners encounter is getting overwhelmed by what they're trying to learn. It could be that there seems to be simply too much material to cover; it could be that the concepts seem too difficult; it could be that the whole thing causes anxiety for some completely different reason which is apparently unrelated to the 'academic' side of things.
|Recent Students: 2||Total Hours: 4||Last Online: 24 Oct 2020|
|All-time Students: 2||Total A Level Anthropology Hours: 0||Signed Up: 08 Apr 2020|
IB- TOK, Philosophy, Anthropology, EEs / A Levels - Religious Studies, Philosophy / GCSEs - Religious Studies.
I place the needs of individual students at the heart of what I do and have an excellent record at enabling each student to achieve their potential and often to exceed their own expectations.
I have taught in secondary schools for 30 years in the UK and abroad, and have significant experience of one to one tutoring in my main subjects as well as academic skills and time management, a...
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I have taught Anthropology at five excellent UK Higher Education institutions since I recieved my PhD in 2015. Across those institutions I have taught on 42 modules, including having convened 25, at both Undergraduate and Postgraduate levels. I have also supervised dissertations at UG and PG levels and have an excellent record of success in helping my supervisees to achieve 1sts and Distinctions. I have always achieved top level student satisfaction in all classes and have student testimonials a...
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|All-time Students: 0||Total A Level Anthropology Hours: 0||Signed Up: 13 Jul 2020|