Daniel Barnes
Philosopher

Teaching

I am a strong believer in student centred learning, taking the view that my job as a teacher is not to tell my students what to see but to tell them where to look. I have the ability to communicate with clarity and passion both knowledge and an enthusiasm for the subject. My main areas of expertise are philosophy (particularly aesthetics and metaphysics) and English (both GCSE English Language and Functional Skills English). I have been fortunate enough to have taught in unversities, schools and colleges, as well as working as a private tutor. Get in touch if you need a teacher. 
  
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2016 - ongoing| City of Westminster College, London
Lecturer in English (GCSE English Language & Functional Skills Entry 3 - Level 2)


2016 - ongoing | TutorHouse, London
Private Turor, A-Level/GCSE English and A-Level Philosophy 

2015 | Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery | 3-week public lecture series
Lecturer, Aesthetics in the Digital Age

2014 | London School of Philosophy | 5-week course
Lecturer; Philosophy of Art, Culture and Capitalism; 12 students

2012 – 2013 | First Tutors | AS/A-Level Philosophy
Private Tutor

2012 | Chelsea College of Art, London | 3-week lecture series for BA Fine Art 3rd Year
Lecturer; Philosophy for Artists

2010 | Medina High School, Isle of Wight | A-Level Philosophy, Year 13
Teaching Assistant; 

2007-2008 | Department of Philosophy, University of Nottingham | BA Philosophy, 2nd Year
Lecturer: Aesthetics

2004-2010 | Department of Philosophy, University of Nottingham | BA Philosophy, 1st and 2nd Year
Seminar Leader: Metaphysics, Ethics, Philosophy of Religion, Political Philosophy