Subjects Ayodele O. also teaches
In all my lessons, i emphasize the use of monitoring and evaluation, which are essential skills in helping my students progress towards their goals, whilst they receive feedback and their plans can be re-evaluated periodically.
For example, in a Mathematics, lesson about speed, distance and time in a river, students could imagine themselves boating upstream or downstream, and therefore understand a problem better.
My name is Ayodele, I am a graduate of Economics from the University of Lagos.I have over 3 years of teaching experience.
During my Youth Service year, i was able to prepare over 50 students sucessfully for the 2017 WAEC.
My method of teaching Economics,Mathematics and Computer Science varies with every student i teach. I quickly establish their learning style and adapt my approach to suit their needs. Making the examples and exercises as relevant as possible to my student's own life which makes the learning more fun and engaging.
I believe that the most important virtue in a tutor is the ability to empathize with a student's cognitive position. When teaching i aim to guide my 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 points, but i always end the lesson with a call to reflection on what the student has learned.
I make my lessons fun and engaging, introducing core theoretical concepts and working with my students to apply these to problems. I encourage my students to ask questions, try things out and think out loud.
- Dec 2015
University of Lagos
- Dec 2013
AAT, ACA(in view)
operational representativeMay 2017 - Apr 2018
represent the company on part time basis
HOD COMMERCEMay 2016 - Apr 2017
odo otin grammar school
Teacher and head of department
Economics,Mathematics and Computer Science TutorJul 2017 - Present
Prepclass Ng Ltd
My approach is interactive I constantly change the way and level of what i teach in response to feedback from the student. Having spent more time than most around students, i have learnt a plethora of methods to remember the variety of material expected of the modern student, as well as the best strategies for effective preparation and techniques to use in the examination hall. More importantly, i bring an enthusiasm to the subjects i teach, which i pass on to my students.