As a maths teacher, i make my maths subject material easy, understandable, and retainable. I do this by teaching in the learning style best suited to the student rather than forcing them to learn in a certain way. I always make my maths lessons interesting and applicable rather than just listing formulas and rules to follow without any reason behind them.
My name is Bello, I am a graduate of Pure and Applied Chemistry from Obafemi Awolowo University,Ile-ife. I have a Postgraduate Degree in Education and a Cambridge International Teachers' Certification.
With over five (5) years of teaching experience, I have successfully prepared Primary and Secondary School Students for not just internal examination in Mathematics, English language and Science, but for external examinations who performed outstandingly. Examinations like O- levels and A- levels.
I am very conversant with the Nigerian as well as the British Educational Curriculum. Having probed further into a comparative research of the British Educational curriculum through my inquisitive nature, I have also taken Alison Educational courses.
Like Benjamin Franklin rightly said, “Tell me and I forget, teach me and I remember, Involve me and I learn.” My teaching style is based around this motto.
My sessions are as interactive as possible, explaining complex ideas in inspiring and interesting ways, making it simple to understand. I believe in setting a good base on which to build upon and then tackling exam questions and focusing on exam technique. Above all, I encourage my students to have fun and enjoy learning.
B.Sc Pure and Industrial Chemistry
Feb 2006 - Jan 2011
Obafemi Awolowo University
Education and Administration
Jan 2016 - Oct 2017
NATIONAL TEACHERS INSTITUTE (NTI) KADUNA
Sep 2015 - Present
ROYAL RAINBOW HIGH SCHOOL.
Impart Knowlegde to students in Science subjects. Hold practical sessions in subjects. Matron of jet club
Efficient Mathematics and Science Tutor
Nov 2016 - Present
Tutor Prepclass ng Ltd
After first meeting a student, I make a thorough assessment of what I believe they need most from me, which could be anything from simple organisational instruction through to exam tricks and techniques, but it is with confidence that I feel I do my best work: those expectations that I hold dictate that I believe in all of my students entirely and wholeheartedly and, as such, means that I push my students into expressing themselves as faithfully and as completely as possible at all times. For me, the confidence is always there; sometimes it just needs teasing out.