My teaching method includes the double Ds - Discussion and Demonstration. Every student is different, thus it is first important to understand what method of studying the student prefers the most, otherwise the lessons are going to feel bland for them. I don't want to keep shoving lessons in their head, I want them to learn as much as they need to learn, throw some interesting facts here and there that might pique their interest, and mostly, demonstrate. People can remember what they saw the most rather than what they read. I will also make them revise at periodic times so that helps them remember facts more. Learning should be a fun experience and bring out the passion in them. My goal is to make sure their performance is as efficient as possible and their studies are not being too complicated for them. Mental health is important as well, and something I always observe when I teach.
I am a student pursuing my Bachelors in IT at Griffith University, and I have two years of experience in teaching secondary school students in Science and English. I have tutored around 10 people so far, and they have done significantly better in their exams than before, or showed a growing interest into a particular subject. I even have experience teaching children whose first language is not English.
UK GCSE (10th Year) under University of Cambridge - Mathematics, English, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Accounting and Environmental Management.
UK A Level (12th Year) under University of Cambridge - Biology, Chemistry and Physics.
Bachelors of IT at Griffith University - currently studying
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