Rather than the one size fits all approach, my teachings styles is based on the individual's abilities and weaknesses. The first lesson is used to guage the student's level of proficiency. After detecting what is lacking I procced to build a dynamic lesson plan which targets the student's fragilities.
In correlation with the conventional belief that "a person learns more when he/she teaches" I have found teaching to be a form of continueing education. Moreimportant than my growth in the subjects I teach, I enjoy see growth in my students.
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Each student is different, and as such I find out their strengths and weaknesses before mapping out a lesson plan.
I grew up in a bilingual country (Cameroon) where I learned to speak English and French. As a young lad I was exposed to soccer which was then and now the most renowned national sport. I went on to play in several turnaments during my time in Cameroon including High School. Upon my arrival in the United States, I continued playing soccer. I was fortuitous enough to play NCAA DII soccer while in the University (Lincoln University, PA). My field of study at Lincoln University was Health Sciences and French.
yes, $45 hourly.
My teaching experience roots from my University days where I was the Coach's Assistant for the Women's soccer team. I also worked as a tutor for French and English.
I have had the opportunity to work with students as young as 7yo all the way to the age of 25yo. Implicitly students within such range fill a spectrum of talent level.
Results will be based on the students wilingness to learn and their ability sustain a high level of dedication.
Nothing. All requests are welcome.