In my first lesson with a student I try to identify what they are specifically stuggling with. If they are unclear themselves I get them to do an exercise or past paper, from which I can identify where they get stuck. From there I take a practical approach to teaching: through exercises, which I normally either do with them as I explain or besides them so I can immediately understand where they are going wrong. If we reach a stumbling block, I walk them through the theory (if they are struggling to understand) or point them in the direction of the work they need to do themselves. I am a firm believer that a student needs to do the work themselves; I am merely there to guide them through the path
I have a BSc in Human Life Sciences from Stellenbosch University, currently busy with my Hons in Human Genetics. I have been doing private tutorials for Mathematics and Physical Sciences since high school, and love working with Grade 11 and Matric students.
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