I am an enthusiastic and energetic individual who is both self-motivated and proactive. An excellent communicator at all levels internal & external, can be relied on to work well both as part of a team and individually. Thrives on a challenge and have delivered my best results when faced with pressing targets.
I hold a Bachelors degree from queen Margaret University in pharmacology, a MSc in Cancer Therapeutics from Barts and the London School of Medicine and I currently finishing my PhD from Barts Cancer Institute. I have a vast experience of teaching at all levels and currently teach two days a week.
Ramsay's last completed Research Methods job with Claire : Occasional - I need to undertake a literature review in a subject of my choice for a university assignment
Ramsay's last review in Research Methods from marli : An absolute joke. money-back NOT guaranteed. The lesson was not helpful, he agreed with everything I had written down, suggested only two things to add to my design but failed to explain either of them.. after doing research on my own, one definitely doesnt work and the other is irrelevant and will not strengthen my design. Upon asking for a refund since it stated "money back of you're not satisfied", I felt attacked and he refused for all the " work" he put in. He did more talking post-session when he tried to explain why he isn't providing a refund than throughout the entire session we had. Of the 51 minute session, he spent 10 minutes reading on his computer and failed to explain or support the reason for what material he was reading. Only post session upon inquiring for a refund he suggested things that was "incorrect" with my design which frustrated me as he did not say a word during the session. I felt he was ill prepared, and unhelpful.
I have tutored GCSE, A-level, Degree and Doctorate-level students on a range of subjects, although my main focus has been Psychology, Sociology, academic writing skills, Business Studies and Research Methods. I have written model essays for exam boards, proofread and edited work to be published, and worked on many dissertations and PhDs with university students.
For Psychology and Sociology, I adopt a systematic approach, and generally like to go over the material thoroughly, testing the student throughout, and spend time on previous exam papers and questions, planning essay answers, discussing how theories relate to real-life situations etc. I sometimes mind-map various themes and ideas with the student, and think outside the box as it were, to make sure that the ideas stem from the student's own work and thinking - so that they can remember it more fully and develop it in future (often students have more knowledge, ideas and insight than they realise, it just needs coaxing out of them!). I often tutor on coursework as well as examination preparation.
Amy's last completed Research Methods job with Tazkia: -
I've worked successfully as a tutor for GCSE and A-Level students for a number of years now, helping them drastically improve their grades. I've also done considerable work as a university supervisor and mentor for undergraduate, master's, and first-year doctoral students at the University of Oxford, University of Cambridge, and other institutions. My approach is mainly trust based, my students are often amazed by just how much they can do for themselves if they're in a learning environment that isn't adversarial, oppressive, or plain dull. Beyond A-Level, I also have teaching experience at the University of Oxford as a tutor and seminar leader for undergraduate history and sociology students, and I have degrees in both Archaeology and History. My background of experience is technological, and I work as a civilian consultant to the NASA Ames Human Factors laboratory in that capacity. Central to my approach is an understanding that my students are people, with their own unique strengths, weaknesses, and abilities, which need to be nurtured and supported in order to get the best possible results.
In this way, learning can, and should be of a reciprocal exchange of ideas, and by embracing this in a more relaxed and curiosity-driven approach, it becomes far easier for many to explore, absorb, and abstract their understanding of both the surface learning of school qualifications, and the deep learning of the concepts behind them crucial to getting the very highest grades.
I have been teaching & tutoring Psychology, Research Methods & Academic writing (essays and reports) for over 7 years now to students of all ages whether mature students at undergraduate level & masters level; part time & full time students or seminar based and 1-1. This includes the joint UCL-Birkbeck Masters course for Critical Analysis which is a high level, rigorous module that develops the student's understanding in how to critique journal articles, how to remedy their shortcomings and writing future research or research proposals. I have also taught academic writing workshops, general foundations and was an honorary research fellow after graduating which led to the publication of my undergraduate dissertation.
Having trained as an outstanding A-level Psychology teacher with UCL (IOE) I can offer in depth exam technique for the new linear specification as I have worked closely with examiners & key authors of textbooks. I also offer assistance for writing structure, exam technique across degree and A-level.
Shafina 's last completed
Research Methods job with Deej:
Over 2 hrs/week - Dear Shafina
I am working on putting together a PHD bid for a PHD by published work with the University of Plymouth. Whilst I am a lecturer in critical and contextual studiesw myself, I also have ADHD which can be useful as an artist but difficult when it comes to facing writing tasks I have to put in a PHD bid of up to 6000 words by the 15th of June although I have asked for this to be extended as I did not recieved the response below until the 26th of April which iof they except would give me a bit more time
26 Apr 2019, 12:54
to Mandy, me, Anthony
Apologies for taking so long to respond to you. We had a long internal conversation before Easter about the appropriate level of support for applications to the PhD on the basis of Prior Published Work and there was some confusion about who would follow up with you.
I am happy to give you some feedback on your proposal - but this is on the same level as any other person who is considering doing a PhD at the University with me supervising. This means that generally I am able to read a proposal draft of under 2000 words and I will send some comments back to you on this on one occasion, plus answer some follow up questions.
Obviously this may include feedback on any writing about methods and methodology. In the case of a PhD on the Basis of Prior Published Work, it is assumed that the research has been completed and followed a rigorous methodology.
You are then able to expand on the writing I consider if you feel it is appropriate (as you do have a total of 6000 words available to you should you wish to use them. As the majority of your outputs are practice or linked to practice, I imagine a lot of this would be about filling in the details of the work being proposed to be submitted, its research imperative, context, documentation available, how the various outputs are linked and build on each other, etc)
I am unable to provide you more feedback than this as effectively this would be a supervisory process which begins after an application is successful. The £500 fee to be paid is on submitting the application (to take into account its processes of consideration by a variety of people and committees), not toward developing the application.
I hope all this is clear. Don't hesitate to ask if you have any further questions.
With best wishes
Prof dr Roberta Mock
Professor of Performance Studies & Director of the Doctoral College
University of Plymouth
I can send you my outline best Deej - Please see my web site for further information
I hold an MSc and a Ph.D in computer science from Cardiff University. I have worked as a post doctoral research associate in the computer science department of UCL. I have years of hands on industry experience and a few years experience in teaching undergraduate/postgraduate students A Levels and GCSEs.
I built an intense and solid academic foundation of economic sciences and statistics thanks to a rich curriculum based on fundamental courses in economics, completed by a variety of applied and quantitative courses. Within this context, I have been hired as an econometrics tutor in Cairo university
Teaching for me is a very noble profession that shapes the character, caliber, and future of an individual. If the people remember me as a good teacher, that will be the biggest honour for me. so i am ready to assist you learning and understanding econometric analysis using Linear (Multiple regression) and non linear regression models (Poisson, Zero inflated, logit, probit, ordered logit, ordered probit, Generalized ordered logit and probit and multinomial logit while using STATA and R recently. this is applied to Cross-section, panel data and Time series analysis (cointegration, VEC, VAR, VECM models) on E-views.
Mirna 's last completed Research Methods job with Claire : Occasional - I need to undertake a literature review in a subject of my choice for a university assignment
I am a university lecturer with 10+ years of teaching and tutoring experience. I am patient and listen well to the needs of my students. My degree was in economics and I have great numerical skills.
I have tutored students towards university, GCSE and A-level graduation.
I have taught both Art History and Fine Art for 7 years and I can guide students to develop their art portfolios for university entry, for GCSE and A Level exams as well degree level. I can also help with art history essays, academic and creative writing, personal statements, interview skills, university entrance, presentation/public speaking skills and dissertation writing.
You can take a look at my art work at www.stellakarageorgi.com
STELLA's last completed Research Methods job with Michelle: Occasional - Need clarification & guidance with research project
Among other areas , I have PhD level expertise and teaching experience in the following:
Developmental Social Psychology
Conceptual and Historical Issues in Psychology
I supervise post graduate and undergraduate dissertations, PhDs and all kinds of undergraduate projects
I have 14 YEARS of TEACHING EXPERIENCE. This has encompassed ALL AGES (preschool to adults) and abilities (BEGINNER to POSTGRADUATE). Subjects I've taught are: GCSE & A Level (Music, Business Studies, Media Studies, Maths), British Primary School Curriculum (Maths, English), Admissions Tests (11+, 12+, 13+, 16+, SAT, GRE), American Elementary School Curriculum (Language Arts, Science, Social Studies, etc.), Preschool (Numeracy & Literacy), English proficiency tests (IELTS, TOEFL, Cambridge YLE), Business English, Academic Writing/Composition & Presentations, English Conversation, Grammar, University & Job Applications, Project-Based Learning (PBL), Music Theory & Analysis, Improvisation & Jazz, Saxophone, & Piano. Additionally, I have worked in all kinds of SETTINGS at both public & private primary & secondary schools, universities, adult learning centres, cram schools, businesses, within the home (as a residential home school & a private tutor) and online (to students worldwide). In addition, I have served as the Head of English & PBL at a private elementary & junior high school, as the Academic Director of a test prep centre, and have provided educational consultancy & tutor training to Oxford's oldest tutorial college.