I prefer to understand the needs of the student and mould my methodology according to whatever suits the student best.
Something that works for one student might not for others so why should my methodology be the same for all?
-helped my classmates in school for several classes by explaining concepts to them
-conducted group lessons for a computer course last semester
-gave individual lessons to a friend for Math
-part of a workshop where I introduced coding to kids
I met Aru through one of my friends at university, and as I was struggling with math she made me understand everything with so much ease. Aru has all the qualities that make a great teacher. She’s patient, knowledgeable, punctual and most importantly she’s always got a smile on her face which makes her easy to approach and fun to work with.
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