Quantitative Reasoning Tutor
As a teacher, I believe interaction and discussion are prerequisites to a successful tutorial. A lesson is not a lecture; rather, it is an opportunity to inform and consolidate understanding through active engagement in a specific topic.
Having worked with students of various ages, I have come to notice a common trend: often, the basic knowledge of how to answer a question or solve a problem is present, but the student lacks the skill-set to confidently perform this in an exam scenario. My interlocutory approach will encourage critical investigation into a topic, resulting in a more complete understanding and improved confidence.
As a tutor I tailor my knowledge and input to each individual student based on their needs. I feel strongly that an optimistic, 'you can do it' approach - alongside eliminating a student’s fear of particular topics by broaching them at the get-go and instilling good exam technique are all essential.
Nov 2012 - Nov 2016
Lagos State University
Sep 2009 - Jan 2010
The Shepherd Lois Nursery and Primary School
I taught Nursery 1, Primary 2 and 6. I created a detailed lesson plan in accordance to the curriculum of the school. I prepared the Primary 6 class for Common Entrance and transition into Secondary school. I taught the Nursery class on handwriting, alphabets, and numbers.
Jan 2010 - Dec 2011
I taught Primary 1 class. Using the approved curriculum to prepare my lesson plans for each subject every week. I liaised with other teachers and parents on how to improve and motivate the students to do better.
Subject Teacher (Government)
Aug 2017 - Jul 2018
Itolo Girls Senior Secondary School
I taught Government to students in SS1-3. Preparing the SS3 class for WAEC, NECO and JAMB. I was also in charge of the reading club as the staff corrdinator.
Jan 2010 - Dec 2011
Prosperous Nursery and Primary School
I taught Primary 3 and 4 classes. I taught the students in accordance to my lesson plan. Issued tests and assessments out to them to evaluate their performance. I graded their tests, examination scripts, and note books.