My name is Adeayo, I am a graduate of Architecture from the Obafemi Awolowo University.
I am a Mathematics, English Language, General Sciences and a Technical Drawing Tutor. I have been teaching for three years, and in these years, i have had tremendous improvements in my students in these subjects. My work ethics - attention to detail and punctuality are one of my strong suites.
My approach to tutoring is warm and encouraging. Indeed, I believe that building a genuine relationship with a student is of great importance and that the greatest progress is made by establishing open, honest and authentic dialogues.
Connected to this, I believe that all questions should be cheered. I think students perform the best when they are most engaged in what they are learning, when they can connect their learning to things they already love, whether that’s activities, interests or hobbies.
The most important aspect of tutoring, in my view, is that I develop a relationship with my students which goes beyond the teacher-pupil arrangement, so they can grow in confidence with the knowledge that they have a mentor to support them both academically and in personal development.
Apr 2010 - Nov 2015
Obafemi Awolowo University
Mathematics Teacher/ Basic Technology Teacher
May 2016 - Apr 2017
NYSC (Taraba State)
Taught Basic Technology JSS1-3 Taught Mathematics JSS 1-3 JSS 3 Class Teacher
Technical Drawing/ Basic Technology Teacher
Sep 2015 - Apr 2016
Royal Regency Schools
Taught Technical Drawing SS1-3 Taught Basic Technology JSS 1-3
Apr 2017 - Apr 2018
Master Moulders College
I taught Basic Technology JSS 1-3 I taught Technical Drawing SSS 1-3 Class teacher JSS 3
Mathematics, English Language & Science Tutor
Feb 2018 - Present
Tutor Prepclass ng Ltd
I have a dynamic approach to tutoring that caters to the needs of each student. I begin by discussing and setting clear goals. Then I establish what the most efficient method of achieving those goals are and what style of teaching will benefit the student most. Though some tutors lecture their students, my lessons tend to be highly interactive - the more active a student's mind, the better they retain the material. I often use questions to check the student's understanding and to encourage him or her to think creatively about the material.