Experienced Basic Science Tutor
When teaching Basic Science, i believe that my responsibility as a tutor is not only to teach my students the necessary content, but also to arm them with all the necessary tools they will need to enjoy taking their learning far beyond our sessions.
My name is Akeem. I am graduate of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
I have four years experience teaching Mathematics and Basic Science.
My tool when i start teaching is, trying to instill in my students interest in the subject.
Once that interest is achieved, it becomes much easier for my students to motivate themselves, a skill which will help them extract as much joy as possible from all their future learning.
I frequently engage my students in conversations that take us well beyond the sometimes restrictive syllabus.
Another major tool, i aim to pass on to my students is a sense of organisation.
A well organised mind is much more adept at problem solving because it grants students the ability to take a step back and see the bigger picture.
I help my students to do this by talking often and in depth with them about problem solving in general and how we can apply the same techniques across a huge range of subjects and questions.
It has often been said that education is less about learning facts by rote and more about training yourself to think about the world in a different (and hopefully more useful) way.
B.ENG Electrical & Computer Engineering
Jan 2015 - Nov 2018
Kwara State University
Mathematics and Physics
Sep 2013 - Feb 2015
Homat Pivotal College
1. To teach physics 2. To tutor practical class 3. To conduct weekly assessment for the student 3. To set examination questions and Mark student's script 4. Time table monitoring team 5. To teach SS2 & 3 Mathematics and preparing them for Waec & Neco Exams.
Feb 2015 - Present
Prudence City College
1. To teach physics 2. Preparing student for IGCSE & WAEC exams 3. Cordination of practical class 4. To tutor year 9 student for CHECKPOINT examinations 5. Project Cordination/ Science Excursion 6. Preparing Students for Science Based Competition