I base my teaching around what the student has demonstrated weakness towards. For example, If a student has to implement a function but is not sure, I will not spoon-feed the answer but will instead guide them with questions and comments that break down the problem to give the student an opportunity to have an "A-Ha!" moment. I believe that a student figuring out the problem is a much more lasting learning method rather than a straight up lecture.
I am a software engineering and commerce (Finance) student at UNSW with a Distinction WAM average of 79. I have tutored mathematics and computing to High School and Uni students for about 6 months and each of my students have achieved better marks as a result in their assignments and tests.
My rate differs with difficulty of student's requests.
Degree (In Progress): B Engineering (Software Honours) / B Commerce (Finance)
Average WAM: 79 (DN)
Average WAM of Computing Subjects: 86 (HD)
Math Tutoring Experience: 1 Year
Computing Tutoring Experience: 6 Months
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