At the outset, I try to get to know my students, gauging what they already know. Typically, I will ask the student what they're good at and what they most enjoy about the subject we're working on. I ask where they’re having trouble, focusing on what parts of class lectures they are having difficulty with and what types of questions they consistently miss on tests.
While I am new at this, I believe everyone has a different type of teaching style so I am more than happy to adjust my teaching/tutoring methods as needed for each specific student! I would prefer to teach one-on-one but group settings are also available depending on the size. Preferably I would like to teach high school students, but first and second year university students are also welcome.
I use the methode of connecting dots, i devide course to subjects and give students chance to undrestand the relation between different subjects. finally we built a mind map for evry course. I use an electronic port pholio to folow mys students and to be in permanent touche.
1. Breaking the barriers I talk about a funny case in the area of law I am teaching. I involve the students to think about why the result of the case cane about so interest is achieved and everyone is involved. 2. Teaching is fun. You learn much more when you are e joying learning. 3. Strategy.
Teaching is not entirely new to me. Of course, as with any attorney, after a while, I took on an Articling Student. And saw her through to the day she was admitted, in her own right, into the practice of law, in Alberta. Past that, I have traveled as far away as to the P.R. of China, simply to teach. Because I like it. I like the process of instilling understanding into willing minds.
I love teaching and approach tutoring with flexibility: I adapt my approach to the needs of my students, using various practice scenarios, answering questions, and working with students to improve their approach to legal drafting. I will identify students' weaknesses and help them improve on them in a positive and energetic environment.
My teaching methods are based on what I have learnt throughout my degree and by my professors. Legal Studies can be overwhelming and it is important that the student is actually learning the correct information and not just learning how to memorize information.
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 available to teach Law to students at undergraduate or postgraduate university level, diploma, GDL, and secondary school (GCSE/A-level). I teach all the core LL.
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 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 passionate about teaching and helping students achieve their academic goals. I hold a bachelors of arts in law. My journey into tutoring started when I started scheduling for other students; I have conducted personal training for colleagues and juniors alike I love passing my experience and knowledge in law, management to other students and everyone interested in learning something new.
I aim to focus closely on the individual, examining the level that they are working at currently and what they aim to achieve. Often university courses cannot do this due to the volume of pupils and as such students can often find themselves feeling lost or unsure, with no avenue to succeed.
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.
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.
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.
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 ...
My teaching method is customized to the demands of the respective student, considering the purpose and purpose of the study. The classes can be via video call, skype, Whatsapp, Youtube, etc., accompanied by written material and bibliographical references more indicated in the Bank of the main competitions in the Country.
I was a previous member of the Peer Assisted Learning Scheme. My teaching method is majorly aimed at my individual students as that is the whole point in the lessons. My teaching style cannot be defined as one style as I easily adapt to an individuals needs.
My teaching techniques change based on the subject I am teaching and the student's learning methods. Understanding, reasoning, memorization of fundamental concepts, the ability to develop a speech consistent with the topic are some of the key points of my teaching. Lessons will be at my home or via Whatsapp or Skype.
My teaching methodology is by explaining everything in a simple and concise manner. I try to relate every topic with everyday life examples which proves to be very helpful while learning or grabbing a topic. Remembering case laws in law is very much important which is made easy by my teaching method. I believe in remembering and not crambing.
I believe in law it is not only about understanding the law but also being creative in the interpretation and application. I encourage my students to engage improving their confidence and ability to communicate.
A-level Law is massively based around remembering cases and the law that applies to them. At the start of every lesson there will be a recap of the cases learnt previously, increasing in number each time. After this a new Topic will be discussed and explained, I would give the student an exam style question on this topic that they will need to complete for the next lesson.
I do not think there is a golden rule in the approach to law, but I think we need to modulate our method according to the needs of the students, their level of education, their showing or not interested in contextualizing the topics studied with the surrounding world.
During the course of the past year, University of London has taught me that we must critically evaluate everything and that there is always two sides to a story. This approach is something what I have adopted and is always reflective in my teaching method.
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