History tutors in Dubai teach different timelines and periods, explain how to carry research, share credible sources to use in studies, how to write exam questions, and how to cite sources accurately.
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PhD in Colonial History
For more than 30 years, I have focused my academic and teaching work on the time when colonialism happened and how it changed things. I started teaching in Manchester and became known for my engaging lesson plans that showed how colonial pursuits affected the world. I have also spent many summers leading student groups on educational trips to historical colonial sites in Asia and Africa. This practical approach has greatly helped students by giving them real-life experience and understanding.
Colonial history is not just black and white, it has many different perspectives. I want to show students different perspectives. I use lectures, readings, and discussions to help students understand the big picture and the individual stories that influenced this period.To provide clarity and coherence, we'll lay out a chronological framework. This will help you see the broader picture, understanding events and the sequence in which they occurred and how they interrelate.
Logan was a great tutor to me when I wanted to increase my proficiency with History. He made a lot of effort into keeping me motivated and making the most of our classes because she was so engaging. He took great effort to carefully plan out his lessons and customize them as much as he could to my learning style, which I believe was a major contributing reason to how much I was able to learn. He was quite educated about the issue and always very professional and friendly. Really, I couldn't recommend him more as a tutor. As I did, I'm confident that any students would discover in him someone who is dedicated to teaching and who works hard to make sure that his her lessons are as valuable as possible.
My daughter has been receiving instruction from Logan for some time. A superb and competent GCSE history tutor, Logan. who has assisted in enhancing my daughter's GCSE history knowledge and is currently assisting her in preparing for her upcoming history tests. Anyone looking for a GCSE History tutor should choose him because he is a dependable teacher. Additionally, he is very fun and uses effective teaching methods.
Debating colonial policies from both the colonizer and colonized perspective was challenging but very enlightening.
Ph.D. in Renaissance History
For almost 28 years, I have been teaching mainly about the Renaissance period. This was a time when there was a lot of amazing art, culture, and intellectual growth. I started my career in Paris and then I went to different universities in Europe to give lectures as a guest. I was able to share and learn new things about the Renaissance era, which helped me become even more knowledgeable. I have been involved in many research projects in Europe. This has helped me gain a better understanding of the subject, and I always try to pass on this knowledge to my students.
The Renaissance is not only about art and famous people. It's a mix of changes in society, new ideas, and cultural growth. In my classes, I make sure to go beyond the usual and explore the hidden aspects of this period. This could involve looking at the art of a not very well-known artist or talking about the social and political meanings of a recently translated Greek text.I want to help IB students understand, study, and present historical information well. This includes having in-depth conversations, practise tests, and regular feedback sessions to make sure students are not just learning information but also using it wisely.
Mr. Gagnon’s deep knowledge of the Renaissance era is both inspiring and enlightening. His sessions always left me with new insights and a thirst to learn more.
I attended Oliver teacher's practice class last week. I was anxious since I had to pass an English proficiency test. I texted him because he didn't have any time on his calendar that day, and he responded by making extra time available for me in the morning. He was also really polite and didn't make me feel ashamed, even though I couldn't wake up in the morning and arrived 20 minutes late for the lesson. He made excellent use of the time we had left. He listened to me while instructing me on the important topics for the test. Additional documentation was also given by him. I felt more secure and more at ease when I studied with him. I did well on my test. He is undoubtedly a person of great kindness, friendliness, and professionalism. I appreciate his help a lot.
Master of Arts in Hindi
I am a sociology and history teacher with plenty of experience.
I am a responsible and confident teacher. I make lesson plans for all students.
M.A. in Modern Global History
I have been teaching history for 22 years. I have studied many different time periods, but I am most passionate about modern global history. I started teaching in London, and then I got to teach at schools in different countries in Asia and Europe. I have supervised many student projects on various topics, such as the end of wars and countries gaining independence, as well as the modern era of global connections in the 21st century. Being in research groups at LSE has helped me see things from different angles, and I try to pass that on to my students.
History is not just a record of things that happened in the past. It is about understanding how decisions, actions, and reactions come together to shape our world. I like to have discussions in my classes. Students learn about events through different types of media, such as documentaries, interviews, and digital archives. This makes learning more interesting and comprehensive.For those preparing for the International Baccalaureate (IB), we work in a systematic and organised manner. In addition to teaching the required material, we also give students practise exams to help them learn how to write clear and complete answers. We provide feedback regularly to help improve.
I had a really fantastic experience! The lesson covered all the topics thoroughly, and what made it even better was the interactive participation. This interactive approach to learning really enhanced the overall experience.
I really think that his expertise is extremely fascinating. I have a great deal of curiosity regarding various subjects, such as history, art, and other related topics. I had the lucky opportunity of discovering both a mentor and an instructor who graciously agreed to assist me in my search for knowledge.
Ph.D. in History from Stanford University
I have a Ph.D. in History from Stanford University, which has helped me in my 22-year teaching career. I love bringing history to life for my students, going beyond just reading textbooks.I am proud of my career, which focuses on doing well in academics. I focus on helping students analyze history, question stories, and form their own opinions. History is not something you just learn about, it's an opportunity to connect with the past and learn valuable lessons for the future.
I believe that history should be taught in a way that fully engages students. I use different ways of teaching, like acting out scenarios, discussing topics, and recreating historical events, to help students understand the past. By doing these activities, students learn a lot about history and also get better at thinking critically by looking at what happened and considering different points of view.
Rhys is so cooperative. He is highly recommended by my side. He helped me a lot when I was struggling with my exams.
Rhys is okay, I guess. He's a bit too serious in class. Sometimes, I wish he'd lighten up a bit and make history fun. The assignments are kinda challenging, and he doesn't give us much time to complete them. But, to be fair, I've improved my history grades with his help, so that's something.
Rhys has been kind in improving my history course. His classes are structured and well-prepared. He encourages critical thinking and deep analysis, which has been immensely helpful. However, I'd appreciate it if he could provide more detailed assignment feedback. Overall, a great tutor for serious history students.
M.A. in Renaissance History
I have spent 20 years working in education sector, focusing on studying and teaching about the Renaissance period. After finishing my Master's degree from King's College, I worked as a research associate for a few years. During that time, I worked with experts to study and analyze the art, culture, and politics of the Renaissance period. I now teach at a university and have been doing so for the past 15 years. I enjoy sharing knowledge about this important time in history with my students.
We'll treat history as a story because that's what it is - stories of real people and events from the past. Instead of just memorizing dates and names, we'll dive into the 'why' and 'how' of events. Let's say we're studying the Renaissance. Instead of just reading about it, we'll talk about the people of that time, their daily lives, what they believed in, and why certain things happened.I've found that connecting smaller stories to the bigger picture helps make things clearer. So, when we discuss a specific event or person, we'll also see how they fit into the overall story of that time period.Our goal will be to understand history. To do that, we'll have discussions, ask questions, and maybe even debate a bit. This way, you won't just remember facts for an exam; you'll understand and remember them long after. Remember, history is fascinating, and by exploring it together, we'll make it both enjoyable and educational.
Great University Level Teacher! I was losing confidence and not doing well in school by the middle of Year 2. She helped me do better in school and raised my grade from a C to an A. Her lessons were very interesting and tailored to the things I was having the most trouble with. She had a lot of great information about the Tudors, Russia, and the French Revolution. Cannot say enough good things about it.
Loved how she integrated art and music into her lessons. However, I wish we had more lessons about Renaissance literature.
Grace might be the best teacher I've ever had. My son got the best grades possible with her help, and he is now going to one of the best colleges to study law. Every session with Grace was more than just History because she was knowledgeable and patient. My son now feels confident and ready to start a degree that needs critical thinking and essay writing skills. Thanks, Grace.
M.Sc. in World War II History
I have spent the last 18 years studying World War II and how it affected the world. I studied at University College London and learned about military strategies, political actions, and the social and economic impacts of this important time in history. As a teacher, I have had the opportunity to teach in different places, like regular classrooms, history seminars, online meetings and workshops.
World War II was a complicated mix of events, ideas, and people. I use different methods to help students understand better. These include watching videos, hearing from people who experienced things firsthand, and having interactive discussions. I help students understand how different events are related and what the war means overall.I want university students to understand the different viewpoints and details about World War II. By having detailed discussions, reviewing essays, and working on projects together, students gain a better and more detailed understanding of the subject
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M.A. in Asian History
I have been teaching history, specifically focusing on Asia, for the past 18 years. I started teaching at a well-known school in Manchester. Over time, I have become known for helping students understand Asian civilizations, from ancient times to the present. This includes subjects such as the revolutions in China, the movement for independence in India, and Japan after the war. I was able to participate in different research projects during my time at SOAS, which helped me gain a better understanding of the subject.
I think it's important to make history easy to understand. I compare things that happened in the past to things happening now to help students understand how history is important today. We use different things like films, documentaries, and music from different times. This makes learning more fun and engaging. Getting ready for the IB exams can be a lot of pressure. We spend a lot of time studying old tests, figuring out how they are graded, and practising how to manage our time. I also encourage students to share their thoughts and ideas, creating a space where we can all learn from each other.
Mr. Chen provides a really interesting perspective on the goings-on. The most enjoyable part of my week was spent in his classes. The videos and documentaries that we watched put everything out in an easy-to-understand way.
I'm entering the next grade in my IB curriculum. And I like learning in Ethan’s class since he is extremely patient and offers a lot of activities for each new subject. If you are interested in history, I suggest taking his classes since he makes them enjoyable and asks what they want to learn, which makes it simpler for him to instruct. He is an excellent tutor; thus, I strongly suggest hiring him.
Master's in History
I have a Master's degree in History from Yale University and I have been teaching for 18 years. I am dedicated to helping people develop a lifelong passion for history.I have studied different historical periods and used what I learned to improve my teaching by including ideas from various subjects. I teach my students to think carefully and make connections between history, literature, sociology, and other issues. This helps them have a complete understanding of the topics
I prioritize teaching critical thinking skills. I tell my students to explore different perspectives on historical events, to question and test their ideas, and to ask questions. Students improve their ability to analyze and understand the past by participating in exciting class discussions, studying sources, and evaluating historical records.
I found Martha's teaching style a bit too dry for my taste. She tends to focus a lot on dates and facts, which can make history feel like a boring memorization task. I prefer a more interactive approach to learning.
Martha's classes are informative, but I find them a bit overwhelming at times. She covers a lot of material in a short period, which can be challenging to keep up with. However, if you're dedicated to history, she can be a valuable resource.
M.A. in Colonial and Post-Colonial History
I have spent more than 17 years studying and teaching about colonial and post-colonial histories. I began my education in Canada, where I became interested in the worldwide effects of colonialism. I went on research trips to former colonies in Africa and Asia to learn more about the legacies they left behind. My real-life experiences, along with my education, have given me a good understanding of the topic.
Colonial history is not only about the people in charge and the people they governed. It is also about learning about the ways different cultures influenced each other, how people resisted and adapted to colonial rule, and how things changed over time. I use a teaching method that involves talking and discussing with students. I encourage them to ask questions and think for themselves. We use original sources such as letters, diaries, and newspapers to explore personal stories that are often ignored in popular accounts.I prioritise clear communication and different viewpoints for IB students. We often use old test papers to understand how the exam is structured. I always stress the importance of making clear and balanced arguments in your answers.
Olivia makes learning interesting and is a fantastic teacher. She is not like the other teachers I've encountered online who simply followed the courses on reply and clarified the phrases, and that was it. Instead, she has thousands of good articles and other materials in her toolkit that she shares with me so that I can look at them more closely, pick up the vocabulary, and adapt them. Excellent educator. Luckily, I signed up for her classes.
I've been taking courses with Olivia for a month now, and I really enjoy them. She is a generous, humorous, and incredibly smart teacher. I didn't anticipate having in-depth discussions about society, history, philosophy, etc. Each lesson, the ability to articulate difficult concepts helps me get rid of my imposter syndrome a little bit more. I wholeheartedly recommend Olivia!
Her help was very important as I learned the IB history curriculum. The regular sessions for comments were especially helpful.