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I offer tutoring courses in History and Geography, with a multidisciplinary opening that appeals to sociology, international relations or literature. The content of the courses is adapted to the level of the learner, to his specializations and to his needs. Having learned the scientific method, I am ready to open the field of my knowledge to desired spaces and periods. The course is aimed at high school or undergraduate students. In an associative context, I have already had the pleasure of helping students in their school careers, of adapting my method and my approach to different personalities. What I think is most important is to provide real support by instilling a passion for history and geography. Two human sciences in constant renewal! Of Swiss nationality, I am a student at the University of Geneva, in the master's Russia - Middle Europe of the GSI (Global Studies Institute), a multidisciplinary course which attracts geopolitics and contemporary history on a given space: the ex. USSR. A territory that I had the opportunity to explore as part of my internships and my field research with two international research institutes (IFEAC in Kyrgyzstan and CEFRES in Prague). I graduated with a Bachelor's degree in history (obtained with honors) and a Bachelor's degree in Geography and Planning (mention A. Bien) from the University of La Rochelle. Involved in several associations (Relai handicap de l'Université, AFEV), I had the opportunity to provide personalized academic support to enthusiastic students.
World history · Geography
• My teaching techniques and methods: * Techniques used according to the profiles and needs of the students, as well as the planning courses: direct, indirect and interactive teaching. - Direct teaching is defined by a deductive approach: first presentation of the rule illustrated by examples. Concepts of presentation, explicit teaching, independent exercises, demonstration, etc. - Indirect teaching is characterized by an inductive approach: research, problem solving, discovery and decision-making lead to the acquisition of knowledge. Notions of reasoning, discussion, hypotheses, conclusions, help in developing thoughts and solving problems, curiosity, creativity, stimulation, learning process, observation, interpretation, synthesis, etc. - Interactive teaching is supported by thoughtful discussion and sharing. Notions of debates, role-playing, cooperative learning, etc. * The techniques implemented vary according to the profiles and aspirations of the students. Thus, the first lesson is entirely or partly dedicated to the framing of the student's needs and to the structuring of the course that he will follow over several weeks. * In the context of homework help/tutoring, we move forward as the water progresses, according to the specific needs of the students. The resources mobilized are in particular the materials transmitted by the students' teachers, my own resources and methods (resulting from my years of study, my personal research, etc.), and any other available resources. * As part of a thematic course, a schedule is ideally set in advance. • Typical course of one of my courses: * Exchange time of a few minutes to find out where the student is and of the "weather of emotions and fatigue" type to adjust the course if necessary * Lesson time whose time is distributed differently between moments of explanations, exercises, exchanges, questions/answers, etc. * Final discussion time of a few minutes to take stock of the session and plan what will be done in the next class. • My specificities as a teacher: * I am very attentive, very patient, able to value all work and progress. I love the transmission which is done in an original way thanks to my mixed profile nourished by the rigor and richness of higher education as well as the pragmatism of the business environment. • Who are my courses aimed at (diploma, level, class, specificities, etc.)? * All students from the 6th to the License looking for methodological advice and orientation assistance. * All students between 6th and 12th for all subjects. * 1st and Terminale students taking these subjects: Economics and Social Sciences, French, History, Sociology, Philosophy, languages (English and Spanish), Mathematics (Bac ES level). * Higher education students up to License 2/3 level in these subjects: Economics, Sociology, History, Management, Financial Analysis, Business Strategy.
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Special Needs Mentor/Tutor for inter. Lower, Middle and Upper School in various subjects. I‘m a native English, German and Spanish Speaker. (Zurich)
Patrick
Patrick demonstrated confidence on the first meeting with my son, and hence the confidence spread to my son who got enthusiastic to continue the learning with him. Patrick was able to build my son’s motivation as well and knew how to establish the good interactions from the start.
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Learn English culture, grammar and language (Meyrin)
Anya
So far Anya is totally meeting my needs. I need to practice speaking as much as possible and it is exactly what we do. Our conversations are very pleasant and interesting. I think we really enjoy our time together.
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English courses for beginners and advanced in Geneva and surroundings (Geneva)
Christian
Very good teacher (he knows how to explain things), very patient and his method is good.
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