What do I enjoy most about tutoring? 😁
I enjoy watching students develop their understanding and appreciation of mathematics over a series of tutoring sessions. With every student I tutor, whether at a secondary or tertiary level, I always express my passion of Mathematics in my teaching in order to help students find their own love of the subject. I find the moments where students transition from confusion to understanding a difficult concept personally rewarding.
My Strengths as Tutor 💪
I am passionate about helping students to achieve their educational goals and dedicated towards equity in learning. I have a deep level of content knowledge regarding Mathematics and Science, as well as a range of pedagogical strategies and resources that I have gained from studying at university and from briefly teaching at Prairiewood High School. I am able to create my own lesson plans and resources, and also effectively communicate with students in the English language.
Most important things I can do for a student 🏅
Tutors should ensure that they are committed to providing all students, regardless of their cultural, social or religious backgrounds, high quality education and support for their individual learning needs. Clear twoway communication is essential for tutors to learn about students' needs and current learning difficulties. Tutors should also always be reviewing their pedagogical theories and strategies in order to remain uptodate with the latest educational literature and be as effective a teacher as possible.
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Recent Tutoring Comments:
Karim prepared an initial draft for his video presentation script, focusing on his introduction for the first half of the session. We then went through a chapter ...
Karim prepared an initial draft for his video presentation script, focusing on his introduction for the first half of the session. We then went through a chapter review for Probability, completing a majority of the questions.
Karim should revise his understanding of mutually exclusive/nonexclusive events using examples and Venn Diagrams. He should also practise answering Probability questions using proper probability notation (e.g. P(A)=1/2).
Karim selected four topics for his video presentation about changes to the labour markets: immigration, rising unemployment, lowering of minimum wage, and the ...
Karim selected four topics for his video presentation about changes to the labour markets: immigration, rising unemployment, lowering of minimum wage, and the abolition of penalty rates. We went through the effects of each on the Australian economy. Karim also constructed a series of diagrams to accompany his explanations. Overall, Karim has a solid plan for his video presentation.
Karim should continue developing his plans for his assessment, including:  Finding topical issues that are relevant to his chosen topics  Selecting appropriate news sources/statistics to back up his claim  Producing diagrams on his laptop for his video presentation  Creating a script and verifying the validity of what he plans to say
Daniel revised his understanding of factorials from the last tutoring session, then worked through an exercise from his school textbook. He understands the basics ...
Daniel revised his understanding of factorials from the last tutoring session, then worked through an exercise from his school textbook. He understands the basics of factorials, including how to unroll them and how to factorise them properly. He also tackled some harder questions that included polynomials and differentiation, as well as limits and collapsing sums.
Daniel should attempt the remaining questions from the chapter exercise. He should also revise the challenging proofs we discussed during the session, including the final question about collapsing sums. The next session will deal with the multiplication principle and counting ordered selections.
Karim worked through some example questions regarding trigonometric ratios before attempting some harder questions involving trigonometric equations. Overall, I was ...
Karim worked through some example questions regarding trigonometric ratios before attempting some harder questions involving trigonometric equations. Overall, I was pleased that he gave each question an attempt and, with some assistance and remainder about algebraic techniques, eventually solved each one.
Karim should continue to revise his understanding of trigonometry, as well as the general structure for proving LHS (left) = RHS (right). Karim should also revise and practice his algebraic skills, particularly in terms of recognising when to apply certain techniques, e.g. factorising, expanding, cancelling terms, completing the square, difference of two squares.