I enjoy the time helping students which pays effort but might not find the most accurate way of learning
I think as a tutor one of the biggest advantages I have is a have been studying under the local system to Secondary 3. Where my school offered the IBDP course I changed to it when I am Secondary 4 till graduating in Secondary. This leads to the result of me being able to develop 2 different schemes of teaching. Some students might be suitable for the local teaching method simply by memorizing but some may be more towards learning in more active teaching.
I think the main thing is to stand beside the student having collaborative learning is the key. Some students are hating the normal teaching style which lacks interaction and I think this helps a lot in grabbing the student's interest. A tutor should be helping the student in two ways. The first is the develop the interest in the specific subject then work on the grades the student can obtain.
St. Stephen's College
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Currently in Bachelor degree
I am Joshua a year 1 radiography student from PolyU. I have been studying at St. Stephen's College and acquired a 40/45 score for my final exam. I am confident in teaching both English and Chinese and would like to send a helping hand to those who find it difficult
I have been teaching a student Chinese from HKUGA and have given some exercise to the student resulting in a significant increase of failing in Chinese to a 70 score in exam. Furthermore with the top 3 highest scores in Chinese writing.
I have also encountered a student from HKTKPC which he averaged a 40 percentile in English to 70 percentile
Primary, Junior Secondary, DSE
英文, 廣東話, 普通話