Ejiroghene A.

Handwriting Improvement Tutor

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Enthusiastic Handwriting Improvement Teacher

Improving children's penmanship, legibility, pencil grasp, and working on problem areas are all important things that need to be addressed—especially in the digital age when most of our written communication is done through texting on mobile devices or typing on a keyboard. Voice recognition software has even evolved to the point that commands can now be verbal—making even keystrokes obsolete!

Visual-motor skills, such as eye-hand coordination, are associated with academic achievement. Scientists have found that developing fine motor skills in early childhood can predict not only writing success, but better performance in reading and math in elementary school.

Children who can write quickly and legibly are more likely to demonstrate skills in expressing their thoughts through the written word. When kids struggle to write neatly and efficiently, they are often accused of being lazy, and this may affect their behavior and self-esteem.


My personal tutoring philosophy hinges on active learning. To this end, I aim to guide students in reaching solutions themselves rather than spoon-feeding them answers and ideas. In my experience, this results in more profound understanding and far greater long-term learning and is well worth the initial extra effort in order to establish a solid fundamental grasp of the topic at hand.

This also allows for specific areas of difficulty to come to light so that they can be targeted directly in highly-tailored tutoring sessions which take the student’s individual learning style and goals into account. No two students are the same, and personalizing my tutoring approach accordingly proves to be far more successful and rewarding.

I believe it is highly imperative to set clear goals with each individual tutee and over the course of the lessons, achieve these goals in a direct and rewarding manner. The methods used to reach these set incentives will change according to the situation and needs of the student. However, there are some central principles with my approach to tutoring that do not change. I seek to inspire confidence and motivation by drawing out enthusiasms of the subject to ensure on-going interest in the lessons. I also focus on building strong and trustworthy relationships with the students.

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  • B.Sc Economics

    Aug 2011 - Jul 2015

    Babcock University


  • Teacher Assistance

    Jun 2018 - Present

    Ikoyi Nursery school

    -Prepare class environment before resumption of children for the day. -Making class utensils are available for each child. -Assisting the class teacher in teaching the children and giving special attention to any child who needs it. -Making sure no child is left behind in any activity.

  • Subject teacher

    Jan 2017 - Jun 2018

    More-oyin secondary school

    -Taught the subject Mathematics and Economics -Preparation of lesson notes and lesson plans -Impacted knowledge of economics and the principles in it. -Also gave proper understanding of numerical questions and gave solutions to them -set test and examination questions after every scheme.

  • Class teacher

    Jun 2018 - Present

    Ikoyi Nursery School

    I teach and also develop the children mentally, physically and morally. I enhance the growth of children and give them the best a teacher can offer