Grinds and tutors in Letterkenny

Do you need help with your studies? Are you stressed about your tests or exams? Or could you use help writing a difficult assignment? Maybe you need help with planning or to motivate yourself better? If this applies to you, our tutors and private tutors are here to help you and solve any problems you may be having!

Online or face-to-face tutors in Letterkenny

If you have access to an online communication tool such as Teams, Zoom or Skype. And you have a stable internet connection, then you can choose to start with our online course. We believe that both online and face-to-face classes have many advantages for your learning journey. See some of the benefits here:

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Private tuition with grinds and tutors in Letterkenny

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We make sure you have access to tutors and grinds for a wide variety of courses. See some of the courses we offer tutoring for here:

  • Mathematics
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University College Dublin - School of Art History & Cultural Policy

PhD - Art History

Jan 2019 - present

Specializing in Sixteenth Century Venetian Art and Architecture, with a particular focus on the portraiture of the Cornaro family 1500-1550 • Thesis title: Portraits of Giorgio Cornaro and his Heirs: Resolving issues of Identity, Authorship and Patronage in Renaissance Venice • Research interests: Venice; Portraiture; Genealogy; Sixteenth century; Unidentified Portraits; Costume; Titian; Italy; Antique Jewellery; Gemmology; Renaissance. Teaching and Grading Assistant for first year module, 'The Art of the Renaissance: Reform and Rebirth' and 'The Baroque to Romanticism: European Art, 1600-1850'. Guest lecturer for third year module: "Art Myth & Identity in Venice".


Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia

BA Degree, Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics

Sep 2011 - Jul 2015

My degree in BA Degree, Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics enhanced my subject knowledge, critical thinking, and communication skills. It enables me to simplify complex concepts and adapt my teaching methods to diverse learning styles. I stay updated with the latest research, making me a more effective and passionate teacher.


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Senior software engineer

Jul 2010 - present

Senior engineer involved in the design and development of real time high throughput communications software.


Department of Education

Engineering, Technical Graphics & Technology Teacher

Sep 2019 - Jun 2023

A deep understanding of these subjects is needed, as well as excellent pedagogical skills, and a commitment to preparing students for academic success and potential careers in related fields. Key Duties and Responsibilities: Curriculum Delivery: Design and deliver comprehensive and engaging lessons that align with the national curriculum for subjects such as Engineering, Technical Graphics, and Technology. Ensure that teaching materials and methods are up-to-date and relevant. Subject Mastery: Possess a thorough understanding of engineering principles, technical graphics, and technology concepts, and convey this knowledge effectively to students of varying abilities. Classroom Management: Establish and maintain a positive and inclusive classroom environment that fosters learning and creativity. Manage student behavior and encourage active participation. Assessment and Evaluation: Develop and administer assessments, tests, and assignments to evaluate students' understanding and progress. Provide constructive feedback and support for student improvement. Practical Application: Facilitate hands-on, practical activities and projects that allow students to apply theoretical knowledge to real-world situations. Ensure the safe and responsible use of tools and equipment. Technology Integration: Integrate modern technology and software relevant to the subjects into the teaching process. Familiarity with CAD (Computer-Aided Design) software may be required for Technical Graphics. Individualized Support: Provide extra help and support to students who may be struggling with the material, and challenge those who excel. Adapt teaching methods to accommodate different learning styles. # Staying Current: Keep abreast of advancements in engineering, graphics, and technology fields to ensure that teaching materials and methods remain relevant and up-to-date. Parent and Stakeholder Communication: Maintain open and effective communication with parents, guardians, and school administrators regarding student progress, achievements, and concerns. Professional Development: Continuously engage in professional development activities, such as attending workshops and conferences, to enhance teaching skills and stay informed about educational trends and best practices. Qualifications and Requirements: A bachelor's degree in education, engineering, technology, or a related field. A teaching qualification recognized by the Irish Teaching Council. Subject-specific knowledge and expertise in engineering, technical graphics, and technology. Strong communication and interpersonal skills. Classroom management abilities. Commitment to the well-being and academic success of students. Technological proficiency and familiarity with relevant software and equipment. Adaptability and a willingness to embrace new teaching methods. An Irish Secondary School Engineering, Graphics, and Technology Teacher plays a crucial role in preparing students for the challenges and opportunities in the fields of engineering, graphics, and technology, contributing to their academic growth and future career prospects.


Costs and prices: grinds and tutors in Letterkenny

The costs of lessons depend on the group size, location and topics.

Average price: 20.67EUR/h

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Letterkenny: Lessons on location or online

We offer lessons on location or online through video chat.


Districts: Letterkenny North, Letterkenny South, Letterkenny West, Letterkenny East

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