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Degree: Politics and International Relations (Bachelors) - Manchester University
Who am I?
Hi, my name is Itamar, I'm from London and currently pursuing a degree in Politics and International Relations at the University of Manchester.
My passion for academia and teaching is rooted from my musical education as a violinist. As a violinist, I have won multiple prizes at international violin competitions and at the Royal College of Music (JD) and I have also given performances in the UK, USA, France, Germany, Russia, Italy and on the BBC. Being a violinist has taught me many valuable and transferable skills, such as perseverance, time management, organisation and determination, which I have been able to apply to my academic studies. Whether it be through music, sports or drama, I aim to convey the interconnectedness of these different skills to my students in order to give them the necessary tools to not just know what to think for their exams, but to also to enable them to know how to independently think in the future.
I started tutoring when I was 16 years of age. My first job was as an assistant teacher and maths tutor at Ricards Lodge High School in London. This was one of the most exciting experiences of my life to date. It was an incredible pleasure to work with so many pupils that required some support and assistance, but were nonetheless so resilient and determined to succeed despite encountering several difficulties in their studies. (I think it's fair to add that at times I may have been even more excited than the tutee when they had managed to grasp a new concept or topic).
The session and my method:
What I find is of the upmost importance in a tutor is the ability to adapt to the different needs of different tutees, and that is something I try to encorporate in my teaching. The role of the tutor is not to teach a subject from scratch, but to strengthen some of the weaknesses the tutee may have, and to help them grasp some of the topics they may find difficult. Below is an outline of an ideal lesson
1. Identify area/topic of concern.
2. Coherently explain the topic.
3. Go through examples and answer past exam questions.
Throughout this process I find the following skills and features important:
1. To be approachable - It is important that the student feels free and is able to openly ask questions.
2. To be encouraging and to praise the student for his or her improvement.
Look forward to hearing from you!
If you have any questions or queries, please, don't hesistate to contact me!
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