Gap year student, going on to study computer science at University of Edinburgh. I am a Kinaestetic (active) teacher, which means my teaching style is dependant on quizzes and discussions. So, I will structure my sessions with a quiz on last weeks' material, then move on to the study material. As we go along, the student will be asked impromptu questions testing their understanding of the material. We will finish with a verbal recap of what they have learned in that session.
Currently, I am tutoring a Year One student.
I tutored a friend in year 11 on GCSE Maths. I raised his grade from C to an A (his final grade) in four sessions.
I also taught computer science to students in year 7 to year 11s after-school at my old school and introduced the Big History Curriculum (which was a history curriculum traversing The Big Bang to the present). So I am really passionate about education, and exploring much further than the normal syllabus to get a deep understanding of a subject.
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