I believe that being a younger individual helps me when teaching because I can relate to the way the student is thinking. I think that a strong relationship with a tutor helps any individual to learn more efficiently and ultimately remember what they are learning. I think that the first step to doing this is to understand how the student learns whether that be visually, auditory or kinesynthetically. Altering the learning method based on which learning method the student reacts the best to is the best way of teaching that individual. Finally, I think that an important key factor in learning is making it fun and enjoyable for the student so that they want to learn instead of feeling like they have to.
I am a college student with a passion for History and Philosophy and Ethics. I have recently started tutoring professionally however have been informally tutoring with family and friends for about 4 years. I have studied Philosophy and Ethics for about 5 years and Achieved A's in my own GCSE's. I tutored a family friend and helped to get his grade from an E to a B. This is what initially inspired me to teach as I enjoy helping people learn as much as they can. I only teach up to GCSE.
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