I am a qualified primary teacher, specialising in Maths and English.
You can book a free 20 minute, no-commitment introduction with any of our tutors. How does this work?
I like to start my lessons with some quick-fire topic-focused questions to get my class ready for the lesson, then I like to split the remainder of my lessons into 2 20-minute sections. One to learn and work together and the second to work more independently. Then I finish all my lessons with some self-confidence boosting feedback, constructive improvements, and try to get my pupils to consider what they did well and what they need a little help on for the next lesson.
I have a 2:1 in Primary education with QTS BA(Hons), throughout this course I undertook TEFAL, safeguarding, subject specialisms in mathematics and also Special educational needs certificate training. I have two diplomas, one in Autism spectrum disorder and the second in challenging behaviour in children and young people. Finally, I am studying for a masters degree in Psychology in Education.
My teaching style is active and uplifting, from my experience, if children are excited they are engaged and learn better. So I ensure all of my lessons are interesting and educational. I like to ensure that my class understand the basis of a concept, then move on applying this to a task and finally use problem-solving to apply the lesson information to an abstract concept.
Where do I go from here?
You can send Charlotte A a message through Sherpa and they will usually get back to you within 24 hours. You'll receive an SMS and email notification when they do so.
How do the introductions work?
Sherpa gives you the opportunity to meet our tutors in a free 20 minute introduction, which takes place through the Sherpa classroom.
How do lessons work?
All lessons take place through Sherpa's online, industry-leading classroom. This is a combination of a collaborative, real time whiteboard and a video call, like Zoom.