I understand that Mathematics is an intimidating and hugely daunting subject to tackle for most students not least because reading a Maths question that you don’t understand can be like trying to read a foreign language that you can’t speak. However by teaching students to break problems down into smaller chunks we can turn a daunting mountain of a question into a series of manageable mole hills.
My name is Evelyn and I am a graduate of Electrical and Electronics Engineering. I am a Child Educator who is highly passionate about teaching. I have 6 years cognate experience as a class teacher in various systems of learning using the British, Nigerian and Montessori curriculum.
My student-teacher experiences affords me the opportunity to assume all the responsibilities of an elementary teacher at multiple grade levels. I feel confident and qualified to take on the challenges that teaching offers as I am always eager to demonstrate my talent and teaching skills. I have a comprehensive experience of tutoring and teaching with a variety of learning tools to suit my student's style of learning.
Also, I am committed to the implementation of high standards in the education of children. I am challenged to be creative, nurturing and patient when working with my students.
Apr 2015 - Dec 2016
National Teachers Institute (NTI), Kaduna, Kubwa Study Center
HND Electrical / Electronic Engineering
Aug 2000 - Sep 2002
The Polytechnic of Ibadan
Sep 2017 - Present
Jewels and Pearls Private School
Class Teacher and made use of a lesson plan which was prepared on a weekly basis using the British Curriculum and I am also in-charge of the Press club and Red Cross club
Administrator and Class Teacher
Mar 2014 - Aug 2017
Kingdom Heritage Model School
I worked as the school administrator. I provided general clerical/administrative support, undertaking reception duties including answering telephone and responding to queries and inquiries and dealing with visitors where appropriate on behalf of the Headteacher/Principal. I directed the programming of school activities, I hired and supervised staff, managed budgets, and made decisions that affect the entire academic community. I also taught students in primary 5. I made use of a lesson plan which was prepared on a weekly basis and in accordance with the school's curriculum. I prepared them for their common entrance examinations. I liaised with their parents on how best to harness their potentials.