If you’re studying A or AS levels at the moment, chances are you’re in the middle of your exams right now. Be they first tries of the AS year, retakes from the last year when you couldn’t quite muster the motivation to revise so soon after GCSEs, or the beginnings of the scary A2 modules,... Read more »
Full name: Chloe Masterton
My name is Chloe Masterton, I am a private tutor working in the Bristol and Bath area for the last 18 months offering tuition in Economics, Politics, History and English.
Last week I added a new string to my tutoring bow. I completed training in a collection of software packages aimed at helping higher education students with disabilities, mainly dyslexia, in their studies. It’s been quite an eye-opening experience as I have returned to the role of the student and have been given many handy... Read more »
I had a coffee and a catch up with a fellow tutor a couple of weeks ago and he was sharing with me that he felt that one of the major problems that he encounters is that students and parents simply do not know enough about the education process to help themselves effectively. We were... Read more »
One of the most difficult things about tutoring is knowing the limits of your student’s concentration span. No-one is winning if you’re just sitting there reeling off information to them while they look at you with a glazed smile. However, in the early stages of tutoring when you’re a bit nervous and need to build... Read more »
We all had that favourite teacher at school, the one that we’ll remember for the rest of our lives because they really captured our imagination and inspired us with their passion for their subject, the one that makes us all consider the possibility of becoming a teacher ourselves one day. But I think that if... Read more »