I am very passionate about teaching. From tutoring various undergraduate students to being a full time finance faculty at a prominent management college, I have almost five years of teaching experience. I have the requisite skills to make the seemingly uninteresting subjects of accounting and finance, interesting to students from all kinds of academic backgrounds. All throughout my career, I have been striving to stimulate student interest in a subject by citing various practical examples and cases, and it has paid results, based on the student feedback. I feel that, as a tutor, I should be able to generate curiosity and passion for a subject amongst students. Once it's done, nothing can stop them from succeeding academically and in life.
University of Pune - Bachelors, Accounting & Finance
What is your teaching philosophy?
My teaching philosophy is all about creating a lot of conceptual clarity and encouraging contextual learning amongst students. By delivering numerous real-life examples, I strive to stimulate students' interest in a subject.
What might you do in a typical first session with a student?
In a typical first session I would try to understand the student's expectations out of the tutoring session. Does he/she have any specific requirements? Does he/she have any concerns or specific areas within the subject that need to be worked on? I would then address them and make every effort to bolster their confidence.
How can you help a student become an independent learner?
I would help a student become an independent learner by making them do numerous assignments and assigning them various problems.
How would you help a student stay motivated?
I would help a student stay motivated by appreciating that effort at every stage and encouraging them to approach every assignment with vigor and enthusiasm.