In my field, there is always tons of jargon - something I hate! I refuse to throw terms at you without giving them their proper context - my lessons come from a holistic historical, socio-political framework. There is no sense in learning from rote - I will always encourage creative, critical and lateral thinking.
A normal lesson will usually be discussion based - I learn best through written text, but will make sure to utilise many diagrams and other visual cues, including puzzles. There will be a mix of short answer and multiple choices quizzes to ensure learning checks, and I will encourage verbal delivery of knowledge if you struggle to write it out.
I believe that the best way to teach is through student led methods - you will know what you need from me, and what you are trying to achieve. I am an outgoing young person who looks for the humour in life - lessons with me are best suited to those who want to think critically and come out of their shell more. However, I am also patient and understand how difficult learning can be when balancing it with life's challenges - my lessons will always be supported by empathy.
I am currently a first year law student with a Bachelor of Arts and Master of International Relations from the University of Melbourne. I hope to work in international human rights law someday - you will struggle to find a tutor more passionate about this field than me!
While I am new to giving lessons, I have a long history with being a student and understand the kinds of pressures and confusion studying can bring with it.
I have also interned at the Sri Lankan Consulate and a political research firm, bringing professional experience from the field with me.
I have a 12 hour cancellation policy - half the cost of the class will be charged if cancelling within 12 hours (beyond an emergency)
- 2013: Graduated High School, dux in Philosophy, second in International Studies and History of Revolutions
- 2015 - 17: Bachelor of Arts (Politics and International Studies, with breadth in criminology and law)
- 2017: Internship at Sri Lankan Consulate
- 2018 - 20: Master of International Relations (by coursework, with a distinction)
- 2020: Internship with the newDemocracy Foundation
- 2021: Juris Doctor student
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