I base my teaching depending on each student's learning needs so I do not have a fixed teaching methodology. However, whichever way, in the end, I apply more for demonstration, examples, tests, exam among others. Most importantly, I make sure I cement a very good relationship with my students and then take it from there thereby ensuring they get the best out of the tutoring relationship we have.
I have been tutoring for the past 5 years and I have taught 20 students individually. All my students have benefited from my excellent teaching ability and as such have gone on to achiever extremely good grades in their exams and coursework. It gives me great joy to be a positive impact in the lives of my students and I believe that there is more to be done in that regard.
EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATIONS
2013 - 2016: University of Leeds, BSc Economics (Leeds, United Kingdom) 2:2 with mitigating circumstances
• Modules Studied (Year 1): Maths and Statistics for Economics and Business, Research Skills for Economists, Economic Theory and Applications, Economic Institutions (Industry).
• Modules Studied (Year 2): Intermediate Macroeconomics, Statistics for Business and Economics 2, Applied Economics, Intermediate Microeconomics, Introduction to Econometrics, Mathematics for Business and Economics 2.
• Modules Studied (Year 3): Advanced Macroeconomics, Advanced Microeconomics, Economics Dissertation.
2012 - 2013: University of Leeds, Foundation Year (Leeds, United Kingdom)
• Modules Studied: Study Skills in English (A), Business (A), Maths (B)
2008 - 2012: Wesley Girls’ High School (Cape Coast, Ghana)
• WASSCE / A-Level: History (A1), Economics (A1), French (A1), Literature in English (A1), English (B2), Integrated Science (A1), Social Studies (A1), Core Maths (B3)
1998 - 2008: Grace International School (Accra, Ghana)
• Basic Education Certificate Examination- GCSE Equivalent: Grades Obtained: 10 subjects 7 A’s and 3 B’s
• Undergraduate Research and Leadership Scholarship, 2014
• Impact Award (Participation Category), 2016
• Partnership Award (Mentor Category), 2016
• Royal Society of Arts Fellow, 2018
• Amnesty International Suffragette Spirit Campaign, 2018
• Google Udacity Scholarship Holder, 2017
• Women4Africa Young Achiever of the Year, 2017
• C Hub Magazine CA Award Young Achiever of the Year, 2016
• Dean’s Prize for Citizenship, 2016
• M&S Award for Outstanding Presentation on CSR in the 1960s, 2014
• Future Leaders Nominee, Powerlist Foundation 2016
• Emerging Leaders Scholarship Programme, 2016
• International Summer School Bursary, 2015
• Outstanding Achievement in WASSCE (West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination), 2013
• Outstanding Achievement IN BECE (Basic Education Certificate Examination), 2008
Sep 2013 – Sep 2015: Secretary, Ghana Society (University of Leeds)
Secretary of the Ghana Society at the University of Leeds
• Worked with Society executives in ensuring that we have all our information updated and that all our members are well informed about our plans for the semester
• Coordinated events by sending out emails to targeted organisations for various events
• Oversaw monitoring the attendance of members
• communication with the International Student Office in helping the society to further stimulate Ghanaian culture within the student community in the form of cultural events among others.
Sep 2013 – Sep 2015: University of Leeds (Social Assistant)
Social Assistant with the University of Leeds International Foundation Year Office
• Helped international students new to the university with their faculty, police and medical registrations in supporting the office, especially during the busy Freshers Week.
• Briefed students on how to manage one's time effectively to suit their academic life and how to balance the social life with academic through an extensive talk.
• Provided extra support in terms of staying behind after normal hours to help with late students as well as preparing brochures and other student documents for the next day.
• Led student tours for them to know their way around campus and well settled on campus. This experience helped me to have a first-hand experience of working in administration and the skills required to deliver excellently.
Jul 2014 – Jul 2016: University of Leeds (Research Intern/Scholar)
Worked with Dr Voss and Professor Clegg on the topic 'Chinese Foreign Direct Investment into the EU'.
• During this period, I mastered the art of being able to effectively communicate with my supervisors to deliver excellent results
• Due to the constant communication and understanding we had, I could complete the tasks assigned mostly before their deadlines which made the project proceed faster than imagined
• I used the free time I had to gain extra knowledge in research by helping my supervisors in their individual research projects. In the end, I produced a high-quality project report.
Oct 2014 – Apr 2015: University of Leeds (Maths Ambassador)
Maths Ambassador for the Maths Support Team of the Skills at Library department in the University of Leeds.
• I advertised the Maths help available through posters I put up around campus and on social networks such as Facebook and Twitter.
• I had students approaching me from time to time with queries about the help offered which I respond to efficiently thereby increasing the number of students who attend Maths Support sessions.
Nov 2013 – Present: Capita Translating and Interpreting Services (Freelance Translator)
One of the translators working with the Ministry of Justice Panel on several translating documents.
• I am contracted on a freelance basis to translate legal documents from English to Twi (a popular Ghanaian language).
• I ensure that I work on these documents given the specific deadline a project requires ensuring that I deliver results of very high quality.
January 2017 – Present: ONE UK (Youth Ambassador)
Regarding my interest in International Development and Activism, I volunteer with ONE UK as a Youth Ambassador advocating for girls’ education in Africa.
• Involved in various campaigns urging UK political leaders to add their voice to the ongoing #PovertyisSexist Campaign fighting against extreme poverty in Africa through tweets and writing articles to local newspapers, International Women’s Day at Houses of Parliament among others.
• Attended the ONE Youth Summit in Brussels where I met UK Members of the European Parliament to urge them to vote for an increase to the 2018 EU Budget aiding in the increase in development aid towards girls’ education in Africa
• Met with my local MP and discusses how he could add his voice to the ongoing campaign hence submitting questions based on the Global Partnership for Education (GPE) on my behalf to the Secretary of State for Department for International Development (DFID) in Parliament to which I got a detailed report on the actions being taken by DFID.
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