What do I enjoy most about tutoring? 😁
Connecting with a student that isn't able to engage with the content they are being taught because of not finding relevance. Then choosing an interest they have and relating it to that. This is when the student is able to use it for Learning for Transfer in the moment, showing that they understand what is being taught.
My Strengths as Tutor 💪
Highly engaging and relatable delivery. I never give up on a student, I will help them understand and learn what will best prepare them for the future. I focus on Scaffolding pedagogies along with a pedagogy that I have made that focuses on using 5 mediums to deliver information in order to cover any learning difficulties that the student may have. I also make sure the information is relevant to the student, understood how it could be used in life, as well as having engaging and locationbased relevance. I also have a great personality that students can engage with.
Most important things I can do for a student 🏅
Being a tutor that is energetic, passionate, relevant and engaging. Never giving up on a student. Make engaging work understandable not just in terms of delivery or comprehension, but also in relevance and the application to subjects or scenarios outside the topic. All topics contain information and techniques that can be used for Learning for Transfer, which is applying skills learnt in one scenario to a completely different scenario, and it can be taught in a way that is personalized for the student and create connections that the student will be able to utilize without prompting.
Subjects Tutored 🎓

Maths tutoring

Biology tutoring

Science tutoring

Info Processing tutoring

English tutoring
Exam Prep 📝
 Naplan tutoring
 SACE tutoring
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Recent Tutoring Comments:
talking about the math in terms of electrical terms helped him understand what he was taught
talking about the math in terms of electrical terms helped him understand what he was taught
His retention of mathamatical content seems to be forgotten easily, previous attempts to reinforce have been met with attempts but not fully implemented. A NAPLAN test has been given to analyze what areas maybe lacking or the student having difficulty in.
Explaining it as a metaphor (Beans in a cup), found that common mathematical functions were unknown.
Explaining it as a metaphor (Beans in a cup), found that common mathematical functions were unknown.
Guiding questions were adapted for industry, but homework maybe needed to be assigned.
Walking through the process with diagrams and figures.
Walking through the process with diagrams and figures.
Working through the work that was assigned for homework,this will further reinforce what is learnt.
Explaining it as a metaphor (Beans in a cup)
Explaining it as a metaphor (Beans in a cup)
guiding questions seem to get missed at times. Extra effort will be required to help guide for future lessons.