Result Oriented Mathematics Teacher
A lot of students seem to have a certain phobia/fear for figure related subjects. I aim to simplify all complex topics they find challenging to much easier to understand bits.
I aim to transfer my passion and love for calculation related subjects to my students as well.
I aim to build a strong working relationship and trust between myself and every student I come in contact with. My experience as a teacher over the years has made me realize the importance of this singular trait.
I have also learnt that being easily approachable is a vital characteristic a tutor should have.
I also aim to create a genuine interest in the subject! Once that interest is sparked it becomes much easier for students to motivate themselves, a skill which will help them extract as much joy as possible from all their future learning. I also like to engage my students in conversations that take us well beyond the sometimes restrictive syllabus.
I like to also encourage my students to quantitatively track their own progress through results in mini-tests and exercises. I find that if a student can clearly see the progress that they have made so far, then the hurdles that they have yet to jump seem just that little bit more manageable. Helping students to track their own progress is especially helpful during revision time, when a sense of progress can really help combat the familiar revision tension.
B.Sc Computer Science
Sep 2012 - Sep 2016
Madonna University, elele
Subject Teacher (Mathematics and Physics)
Dec 2010 - Sep 2017
Revival Group of Schools
I teach Mathematics and Physics to students in the senior secondary school section, I create lesson notes , hold quiz competitions for my students, I create Science related extra curricular activities to keep my students interested and busy at all times.
Subject Teacher (Mathematics)
Jul 2016 - Jun 2017
Boundless Grace School
I taught Mathematics to students in the senior secondary section. I did this with the aid of a detailed lesson plan. I prepared them for their WAEC, JAMB and NECO examinations. I did this with the aid of past question revision papers.