Most of my experiences of tutoring are with children of 7 and above using positive reinforcement( unlike my mom lmao). I also troll a lot to keep learning fun :)
I'm Asian so math related subjects are up to my alley, as long is not calculus or too much trig because they require some memorization and I've forgotten a lot of the series and rules after high school.
Hey y' all, I am an Honour Science and Business studying at the University of Waterloo with a specialization in chemistry.
For the past few summers, I worked closely with a cram school in Taiwan, in which I specialized in SAT, ACT, and TOEFL preparation and other review studies, unscrambling perplexing sections of exams into individual questions for comprehension and study concepts. I also compile data on students’ weekly performance using advanced excel functions and generate reports to parents regarding the progress of students, as well as deriving individual academic plans.
Other than academic, I also teach tennis for free as well as swimming lessons.
I have some time this summer between work, so instead of playing video games, I was thinking of teaching others what I have learned for free since teaching is the best way of practicing, and I wanna keep my brain sharp until the next semester starts XD
they wont let me work for free
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