I believe in a simplistic and systematic teaching philosophy. It is my aim not to spoon feed students, however, to bring out their true potential. I work best with younger students (years 7-10) who are struggling with the basic concepts of maths and science.
Though new to tutoring, I have acted as a tutor to my peers and others. I have previously worked with students with a disability to teach basic counting and language skills. One student, in particular, flourished under my guidance. In less than six months this young man went from being unable to speak English to learning to read and begin to learn the basics of counting.
Currently a Science student at The University of Melbourne
Attended Radford College, ACT (87.8 ATAR)
-worked with Black Mountain School and tutored young people with disabilities
Volunteered over 200 hours throughout year 10-12
-contributions included Recreational Activities for People with an Intellectual Disability (RAID)
-coaching a junior rugby team
-TeamSupport (planning and operational for recreational sports days for students from Black Mountain School)
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