I have excellent communication skills and am very approachable. Students are always comfortable in asking me as many questions as they need to in order to understand the subject. I always remind them that “There is no such thing as a silly question! The more questions you ask the quicker you will learn”. Each child is different which means that I tailor each of my lessons to suit each student. I have many different teaching techniques to ensure that I am able to explain, what may seem like a complex topic, in a simple and effective manner.
I am a graduate of the University of Lagos where I have my first degree in Business Education and second degree in Educational Management.
I have 8 years teaching experience in both Primary and Secondary Education. I love kids and teaching is a calling for me. I love to impact knowledge. I have also attended various trainings such as the IGCSE training from British council.
My teaching technique is child centred and this has proven to be the best way of teaching as the need of the student is made priority and this strengthens the students in their areas of weakness.
I have helped many students increase their enthusiasm for and confidence in English and Math. I recommend building up a thorough knowledge of the syllabus and focussing as much as possible on areas of weakness. I use a variety of activities to help students adapt to the time-pressured nature.
M.Sc EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND PLANNING
- Jun 2018
University of Lagos
B.Sc Business education
- Dec 2009
University of Lagos
Subject TeacherJan 2014 - Jan 2017
Rose International Schools, Lagos Nigeria.
Teaching Business studies and Commerce. Taking daily attendance register. Building pupils morally and spiritually.
Class Teacher/ Subject TeacherJan 2017 - Aug 2018
Malvin Meadow School, Lagos Nigeria.
I prepared and taught interactive lessons in a fun and detailed way that makes students very interested in the subject and thereby learn faster. I also prepared and marked exam scripts according to the curriculum and also according to what was taught in class