The only word that would have helped me describe mathematics a few years ago would have been, "That's so hard! I won't even use it anywhere." So, if you are thinking that how does this make me a good tutors, then for starters I know where students are coming from. I understand their problems and their concerns. Secondly, I have developed my skills in maths in High School in India while preparing for competitive examinations.
Right now, I am a peer tutor at my College in Toronto. So, people with doubts come to our center where we helped them with their doubts. I have been teaching for more than one year now and have started to believe in the 50-50 rule, which means that I talk half of the time while the student talks during the other half. This does not only keeps a student engaging and helps them understand more, but it also builds a rapport between us which is the ultimate goal in the long term.
As mentioned earlier, I developed my skills during high school; It didn't happen on its own! I went for tutoring during my high school, and this was the time I realized that a teacher can make all the difference. I always try to be a friend with whom a person can talk to and ask anything without hesitation.
Will hopefully see you in my class 😉
Watching the progress of the student and watching how they become more and more interested in the subject that they used to hate is one of the best feelings in the world. I also love students to go, "Oh! Was it always that easy?"
TOO GOOD AND HAVE ALOT KNOWLEDGE ABOUT THE SUBJECT. HAVE NEW AND EASY TECHNIQUES TO EXECUTE PROBLEMS. WOULD 10/10 TAKE TUTION FROM HIM. VERY FUNNY AND HUMOROUS BTW....LOL
He really help me a lot. Whenever I feel difficulty in any question related to integration or area under curves, I went to math dropping center specially to Ansh. He always explain the questions by giving different example which personally help me to understand the question. In the end he always gave me some questions to solve. Because of him I always got good grades in my exams. I feel he will be a good professor in couple of years.
His attitude of not giving up on students, being an average student in Maths i had a lot of questions and doubts but he still used to help patiently and calmly.
Great at explaining, very knowledgeable
I talk with the students/ parents to understand more about their expectations and learn more about the student's behaviour. Then, I inform them of what I would be covering and what I would require from them. For example, I usually require the name of the book they are studying from, or sometimes I require them to scan a couple of images from the book ahead of time. So, I can review it and make notes for it.
I have been teaching Mathematics at Centennial College, in Toronto, for more than one year now. I have gained CRLA certification from the college. I have covered the basic topics such as fractions, algebra as well as the advanced topic such as Calculus I and II
I have been helping my mates during my high school time, but have never thought about teaching seriously. But, when I graduated from high school and was preparing for the advanced examinations, my Mathematics tutor asked me to help a couple of students who were struggling with some topics in mathematics. After teaching them and getting their review about my teaching, I realized that I am pretty good at it. One of them even wanted me to teach him more after a few hours of study. At this time, I realized that I should start teaching