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 name is Oluwaseun. a graduate of Olabisi Onabanjo University with a Second Class Lower Credit in Mass Communication. I'm a very warm and caring teacher who wants all children to be successful learners and works to create a classroom atmosphere that is stimulating, encouraging, and adaptive to the varied needs of students.
I have 3 years experience in teaching, teaching gives me joy as I am a go-getter, one who is very passionate and strives to become the best in whatever field I find myself.
English Grammar, Phonics, Christian Religious Studies and IELTS TutorOct 2016 - Present
Prepclass Home Tutor
I hone my pupils' learning and help them achieve the best possible grades. I place a lot of emphasis on enjoyment of the texts but always with a very focused eye on translating that information into strong written work. My aim is to provide the support that my students need, in conjunction with their school work, to perform to the best of their ability.
B.Sc Mass CommunicationSep 2014 - Oct 2017
Olabisi Onabanjo University