Carolina (Tutor in London)
Maths - No Problem!
Maths Mastery in Depth
Centre for Psychological Astrology
SOAS, University of London
Universidad Nacional de Lomas de Za...
Information about Carolina
Communication, education and writing as well as working face to face with people to engage them and inspire them to discover and develop potentials have always been paramount to my vocation. Teaching is one of my natural talents, as I spontaneously began to explain my classmates Maths for A Level exams. I have just completed a post-graduate certificate in Psychotherapy. I am interested in classics in all art forms and love travelling and sports.
I am a professional tutor with 12,000 hours of experience who aims to motivate students to broaden their curiosity and critical thinking in classes planned to enable them to solve problems, explore, experiment, dialogue, reflect, practice and apply skills creatively for deep learning. The materials are developed according to advances in educational psychology and neuroscience to greatly enhance the learning experience in a blend that allows them to progress at their optimum pace. This approach led me to discover good teaching principles grouped in what is called Singapore Maths, applied in countries where students perform very well in international rankings, including the US. I completed courses like Teaching Maths for Mastery In-Depth, based on these practices. I also have a Certificate of Language Teaching (CELTA) for English and Spanish.
Availability: I am available from Monday to Friday and occasionally some weekend tuition can be provided.
Willing to travel: 8 miles
Experience: 2005 - Present Founder and tutor, XXXXX
Tutor: Maths (Primary), English (Primary), Homeschooling, Spanish (all levels).
In company Spanish courses at: The Guardian, WPP, Momentum Pictures, etc.
Designed immersive courses that cover the two beginner levels in a week (6 hour days X 5).
Prepared students completing Medieval and Modern Languages degrees at University College London and Oxford University, covering literature from 1200 onwards.