Quantitative Reasoning Tutor
As a tutor teaching quantitative reasoning, the greatest reward tutoring can offer is watching a student grow not just in knowledge, but also self confidence. When teaching quantitative reasoning, I deliver complex concepts in simple terms with patience, enthusiasm and encouragement. Thereby, teaching skills and initiatives that my students can rely on and apply on any question.
My name is Lukman, I am a graduate and a Master's degree holder of Mathematics from the University of Ilorin.
I have been teaching Primary School students successfully for over twelve (12) years and i have successfully prepared my students not just for internal examinations, but for external examinations too.
I have a personalised approach to my tutoring by developing a rapport with the student in order to gain an insight into their personal goals. This in turn helps me to identify any weakness as well as build on the student's strength.
Building self confidence and fostering the love for each subject is my overall aim. To do this, i endeavour to establish a close working relationship with each tutee based on trust and confidence that will facilitate their examination success as well as address their wider educational needs.
I have discovered that for tutoring to be successful, it must be an enjoyable experience both for the student and the teacher. That is why I always make learning fun for my students.
Dec 2016 - Jun 2010
University of Ilorin
Jun 2013 - Jul 2014
University of Ilorin
Sep 2014 - Mar 2016
Mind Smith Limited
Aug 2016 - Present
Jolas Private School
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May 2013 - Aug 2013
Consumer Protection Council
Jun 2009 - Sep 2009
Sterling Bank Plc
Aug 2010 - Mar 2013
Nesgel Consulting Firms
Sep 2004 - Dec 2006
Tade Foundation School
Teaching primary 4/5
Mathematics, English language, Science, Verbal Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning Tutor
Sep 2014 - Present
Primary School Tutor Prepclass Ng Ltd
In preparation for each class, I first set out my goal for the class and how to go about achieving the goal. Then I assess the student's strength and weakness. I make the class interactive. I give guided examples then I give out a class work to evaluate how well the student has understood what I have taught. I make corrections where necessary, and then I summarize what has been taught. I give the students homework so that what has been taught is still fresh in their memory before the next class.