My method of teaching is to centre it around the students. Rather than wasting the students time with knowledge they already know, I inquire them on their weak areas and topics they find tough. From there I try to explain the topic in simple terms using analogies and sometimes diagrams. This is meant for high school students who are taking NON AP classes (unless it is biology).
I am a current first year student at Queen's University in the honours health science program. I have received the highest mark in grade 12 biology and the Governor General's Academic Medal in high school. I was also a peer tutor in high school and tutored subjects such as math(from grade 9 up to calculus) and biology(grade 11 and 12).
-Current health sciences student at Queen's University
-Peer Tutor at Nantyr Shores Secondary School
-Academic and administrative assistant at Kumon
-Recipient of Monto Reno Marina Biology Award for highest mark in grade 12 biology
-Recipient of Governor General's Academic Medal for highest combined grade 11 and grade 12 average.
-Recipient of Ross Wallace Memorial History Award for highest mark in grade 12 history (West and the World)
-Honour Roll all four years of high school and Ontario scholar
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