My teaching method mainly depends on the interaction between me and the student. I do not see the point of me rambling about certain topics or concepts without making sure that the student is following and it is what they truly want to go over. I also like to let them try challenging problems on their own and guide through them if they're really stuck instead of giving the answers and let them be confused.
I am an Applied Mathematics and Mechanical Engineering student in 2nd year at Queen's University who's been tutoring since high school and currently tutoring first year engineering students. Aside tutoring, I have good academic standing and I'm involved in a couple of university design teams.
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