Theology Tutors

Theology is a fascinating subject that incorporates both religious philosophy and ethics. Theories about morality, good and evil, science vs religion, and the existence of God are all areas of debate that theology students will master. Studying these complex debates as well as great philosophers such as Plato, Augustine and Kant, are equally as interesting as they are challenging. This is where Tavistock Tutors comes in.

All our tutors have extensive knowledge of all things theology. Their experience with subject material, coursework, and written examinations are a powerful combination to help you succeed.

Your tutor will always be prepared to deliver lessons tailored to the way you like to learn, to help YOU fulfil your potential.

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Jacob W

I believe that the most important virtue in a tutor is the ability to empathise with a student's cognitive position. When teaching I guide a student through the mental steps needed to accomplish the goal of the lesson. I typically spend much of a lesson in dialogue with the student. I break this up with exercises to embed and reinforce key...

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Nicholas C

It’s a priority for me to tailor my tuition to each individual student. This involves adapting to their preferred learning style and accommodating any other specific needs or issues. Different students learn in different ways and it is important for teachers and tutors to be aware of this. By ensuring that I remain conscious of this aspect of the teaching...

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Henry B

I have been passionate about all of the humanities subjects since the start of my A Level year, when I was captivated by the importance of English, History and Philosophy to enriching one’s understanding of the world we live in and deepening one’s engagement with both the nature of human experience and the fundamental forces and ideas which have shaped...

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Jamil

I begin any tutoring with a clear translation of the syllabus to the student, presenting clearly the weighting of assessment criteria before evaluating and discussing how this might align with the student’s strengths, as well as addressing areas where they might be struggling or lack confidence. This stage involves the outline of goals, achievements, targets and routes, the amount of work...

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Anatole

I encourage my students to try to grasp the core of the subject, its particular questioning ‘mood’. Every subject views the world from a particular perspective. Once you begin to understand that perspective, it becomes much easier to work fluently, to understand the sort of things you should be asking and answering. This requires a very personal approach, and consequently I tailor...

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Claudia P

I believe everyone is capable of achieving their goals as long as they have good guides. Therefore, I provided excellent personalized teaching materials and help you relate your life experience to the content of the lessons. I want to know who you are and which are your learning goals so we can design a program that allows you to get...

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Elliott T

Despite what you might think, I struggled at school when I was younger. Classroom learning can be boring and difficult. Teaching is too often formulaic and repetitive. It wasn’t until I started working independently that I began to experience success and develop a real love of learning.

One-on-one tuition can make a huge difference not only to a student’s results but...

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Gregory S

I try to bring the knowledge and enthusiasm for philosophy and theology which I’ve gained at Oxford into tutorials. This often includes setting students short academic readings in order to provoke discussion, before recapping the key items of knowledge and skills which the student needs to gain....

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James M

I employ a variety of visual, aural and kinetic learning techniques depending on what learning style a student has. I often find that students aren’t aware that the way they are trying to memorise things at school isn’t working simply because they haven’t explored whether, for example, the use of multi-coloured note paper and other visual stimulants will help them....

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Miles

I believe that people are naturally curious, and that finding that curiosity is the best way to motivate my students. I listen to them and try to find their personal strengths and interests, and tailor my tutorials to play to those strengths and interests. Perhaps also worth mentioning is that I have dyspraxia, which was diagnosed while I was studying at...

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Learning Theology

We spend time carefully finding and interviewing tutors so that you can get the perfect match quickly and easily. However, if you are not 100% satisfied with your tutor, we will find a replacement for free.

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