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Trusted teacher: I am a Doctor of Psychology and researcher. Since October 2016 I have been successfully tutoring many B.A. and M.A. and Ph.D. level students and professionals who required help with Psychology (AS, A-level, and Degree level), Data analysis, SPSS, jamovi, JASP, R, Statistics, Research Methods, or were looking for assistance with their research projects/ theses/ dissertations. I am specialised in Clinical Psychology (reading disability/ dyslexia), although I have good knowledge in other fields of psychology, as well as research methodology and data analysis (expert in SPSS). I would love to help students with the knowledge I have in individual live one-to-one sessions online via Skype/Zoom. I can also recommend literature on a particular subject and send something I already have in my database. Additionally to psychology, I am teaching chess. I have 28 years of experience playing chess, I am a candidate master of Latvia, having an international (FIDE) rating of 2063, and an English Chess Federation rating of 2125, which is quite a good level. I am especially good at blitz and rapid. My greatest achievement is 1st place in English Open Women & Girls Rapid Championship in 2019. I have around 8 years of experience teaching chess to juniors and adults. I have been tutoring many students across the UK and have helped them to progress in chess and some of them gained great achievements in the tournaments and were qualified for the next competitions. I can teach basic concepts, moves, strategies, and tactics for beginners and help to improve the game technique of intermediate or advanced players, suggesting theory, ideas, and winning game plans.
Statistics · Chess · Psychology (for students)
Hello! I'm a BSc (Hons) Sociology university graduate. Though, I specialise in Sociology, I have also completed my A-Levels in Psychology and English Literature (along with Sociology) and have vast knowledge in these areas. I am currently in the process to study a MSc in Psychology in the upcoming educational year. As for now, I have plenty of time and resources to help individuals who are looking to start studying Sociology from scratch, whether you are a full beginner or revising for your GCSE or A-Levels grade. I have a vast and in-depth knowledge on this subject, along with many techniques to help you revise and memorise information! I am able to adjust my teaching methods to suit the individual needs of each student. Sociology is the study of how people interact and how societies are organised. It's like being a detective for the social world! Sociologists look at everything from how families are formed to how governments work, and try to understand why people do the things they do. It's a lot of fun because you get to learn about all different types of people and cultures, and try to make sense of it all. Welcome to the exciting world of Sociology! If you are a GCSE / A-Level student looking for review techniques, skills and information. We can discuss your goals and what you would like to cover through our session. If you are beginner who would like a virtual class - we can cover different topics such as: Socialisation, Culture, Social inequality, Families, Social institutions, Social change, Social stratification, Globalization, and many more. So get ready to have your eyes opened to the world around you and to understand the dynamics of human interactions like never before. Let's dive in and have fun exploring the social world together!
Sociology · Psychology (for students)
The course is dedicated to children from 8-10 to young adult till 30. Main patient/student are typically overrepresented female 15-25, filling lost (sometime depressed) by a missing life project (Professionnel, Education or Personnal). *STEP 1* After a fisrt discussion, about the current situation, issues ( incl addiction, psychiatric errance diagnostic, ADHA, Anxiety disorder, or something mental that prevent you to escape from a mind circle) I give my first impression regarding my background. Then, according to the suspected issue, this must be confirmed by other professionnal if needed, from psychologist to neurologist, from psychological objective measuring (test) to psysiological analysis (blood, brain waves, psychotropic issue, etc...) *STEP 2* Whatever is the issue, many choice can address it. Toogether, we establish the "scope of choice". I will fight against your auto-censorship to consider possible choices regarding your native skills (soft skills). NO CHOICE AT THIS STEP. The scope of choice MUST be as wide as possible, considering even what you did consider as out of option. *STEP 3* Me alone, or toogether, I create a tree choice. The question will be transformed to questions, with only 2 choices, at each step *STEP 4* Let's check what's at the end of the pyramid (potentially several choice) *STEP 5* Action plan *STEP 6* Action (with support if needed) *STEP 7* Failed ? Go to STEP 4 an try again *STEP 8* Thank a divinity if you beleive in it as it give you the force, and please, thanks me I did contributed for a better life. The money is nothing comparing to interhuman recognition. That is the true value, for 5000 years... Unfortunately forgoten nowadays...
Alternative education · Psychology (for students) · Neuroscience
Psychology (for students) · Essay writing · Statistics
Trusted teacher: Welcome! Unfortunately, the following short lecture cannot convey one thing: my joy in people and in helping them. Instead, I give an overview of my skills and methodology. Briefly and humorously summarized: Motivation * (understanding + solution recipes) = success Thank you for taking the time to visit. My name is Andreas, a former mechanical engineer and qualified high school teacher with a teaching diploma. Apart from teaching young people at Kanti, I have also helped young adults on their educational path as a full-time teacher at a vocational school and at university. In total I have taught 5 years in public schools and 15+ years of tutoring. It was mainly about areas from MINT (math, physics, ...). Unusual combination but true: I am very interested in languages and have lived in both the US and Mexico, so I help some students with English and Spanish. I'm currently taking a break from the school system and taking time for the other important things in life: family and health. I help a few selected students on their way to the leading universities, with difficult subjects or complex tasks such as statistical evaluations for the doctorate. My students have passed their high school diploma (BM, etc.) with great success and gained access to selective subjects such as law and medicine. I have specialized in explaining exactly what is important for understanding: practical solutions and strategies for doing well in exams. My students learn exactly the shortcuts to success in a fraction of the time. Andrew
Statistics · Math · Psychology (for students)
Studying subjects such as emotion, language, and body language can help you fine-tune your interpersonal communication skills. By learning more about these things, you can gain a greater understanding of other people and what they are trying to say. As you study psychology you will learn more about topics such as the scientific method, decision-making, and problem-solving, all of which might help you hone your ability to think deeply and critically about different issues. Sure, there are plenty of exciting careers in psychology that you might want to explore, but studying the subject can help you in many other professions as well. For example, if you want to become a business manager, understanding human behavior can improve your ability to manage and interact with your employees. Understanding how people change and grow throughout the lifespan can make it easier to understand the children in your life, as well as your aging parents. It can also shine a light on your own experiences as you encounter different challenges and opportunities as you age. Studying sociology provides a better understanding of the following: Reasons for social differences, including differences in social behavior. Reasons for the differentials in group opportunities and outcomes. The relevance of social hierarchies and social power in everyday life. As a discipline, Sociology of Education instills cultural appreciation, respect, and admiration towards diversity, and more in-depth knowledge about different cultures and other social groups through the patterns in education within them.
Psychology (for students) · Social studies · Sociology
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Statistics & thesis supervision: data analysis and visualization
Melodia
Melodia has been so helpful thus far with helping me understand basic statistical anayses, and prepare for my endpaper for my reseach course (at a Master level). She is very professional and takes time to break down the concepts, to ensure foundational concepts are well understood. I really appreciate her patient and calm nature, she is the perfect tutor!
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Doctor of Psychology based in London, UK, offering Psychology, Statistics, SPSS and Chess lessons online
Madara
Madara is absolutely fantastic! An excellent tutor! She is very calm and explains things in a very simple and structured way. In addition, she is very nice and very patient. I booked 60 minutes for SPSS and was so happy with her that I booked additional classes. With just the first class I got more than what I expected!
Review by NADIA
Psychology and Statistics; Research Writing; Data Analysis; Quantitative & Qualitative Research Methods (Paralímni)
Alexandros
The lessons were well structured and interesting. The basics of statistics were well explained, with easy to follow, clear and practical examples. Alexandros also made time to answer some of my questions via e-mail and really professional and patient in his approach. Thanks for all the help and support.
Review by NABS