What do I enjoy most about tutoring? 😁
I like being a part of someone else's journey, and to know that I have helped them understand what they're learning, so they keep learning instead of giving up.
My Strengths as Tutor 💪
My greatest strength in tutoring is that I know that there are multiple ways to look at the same information, and sometimes all it takes is a different perspective and everything goes from cloudy to clear.
Most important things I can do for a student 🏅
A tutor's main goal should be to help the student develop the tools to go into the classroom and be confident about their skills, and hopefully, eventually, go on with their education, and ultimately their future, without a tutor.
Subjects Tutored 🎓

Maths tutoring

Legal Studies tutoring

English tutoring

Psychology tutoring
Exam Prep 📝
 Naplan tutoring
 VCE tutoring
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Recent Tutoring Comments:
Kiera very quickly picked up the information and was able to understand why we took certain steps to work things out.
Kiera very quickly picked up the information and was able to understand why we took certain steps to work things out.
She sometimes misinterpreted what the question is asking, and therefore her answer is incorrect. Also, her understanding of the equation of the line needs work: especially recognising the y intercept. She also needs to bring her math textbook home.
Kiera needed very little guidance on the expressions we looked at, and had a strong understanding of how these expressions worked.
Kiera needed very little guidance on the expressions we looked at, and had a strong understanding of how these expressions worked.
She needed to bring her maths books so I could see what she had struggled with this week. She also sometimes forgets which operation she needs to perform, and adds when she should multiply.
Kiera is willing to make an attempt on most maths problems, even if it's a bit more complicated than what she's learning. This is a great quality to have.
Kiera is willing to make an attempt on most maths problems, even if it's a bit more complicated than what she's learning. This is a great quality to have.
Sometimes she answers questions with something that, while mathematically correct, is not what the question is looking for.