Throughout my 8-year tuition, I have had incredible children, and have cherished the adventure of always investigating novel ways of working with a material to make it important and pleasurable for the student I tutor.

### The way I teach

The training ideology of mine is focused on a student: my goal is always to set up an encouraging, enjoyable and pleasant atmosphere for discovering how to succeed.

I react dynamically to the necessities of each and every student I teach, modelling my training style in the way that it best serves their temperament and skills.

I also think that learners learn great as they're doing exersises associated with their education. This means writing tasks, using games, making rhymes, drawing pictures, student presentations, and other varieties of interaction, which makes children energised and excited when it comes to the theme.

I train proficiently and accurately, rapidly analysing spots for recovery, then using easy pattern spotting methodologies (in case it is appropriate). I prioritise generating basic activities for the learner make their individual understanding of the question. It is a great pleasure to spot new and interesting methods of delivering the material for it to be interesting and always fresh for both the student and for me.

### Feelings, emotions and tutoring maths

With the help of encouragement, patience, and humour, I always make every effort to teach my students that they can much more than they know.

I consider that my desire to change teaching approaches according to the needs of students, subject matter, and child demographics are all vital for my ability to be successful as a teacher.

I ground my teaching on the idea that the sole way to study mathematics is to do maths. While the process of reading proofs and examples from lecture notes and in textbooks is important, the true learning comes through one's own efforts at solving mathematical problems, either computational, theoretical, or both.

I have also learnt that giving assignments which directly relate to the student's own life can help with their learning the topic and comprehension its usage.