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Tooba

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Currently enrolled in MBA program at University of Houston- Downtown work as a Smart Operations Analyst at a reputable firm. The courses I have completed have given me a solid foundation in the tools, processes and methodologies involved in the successful analysis and management of different strategies. I have a proven ability to learn challenging concepts quickly and have developed competencies in diverse areas. One of the main reasons why I decided to pursue tutoring was so that I would have the opportunity to work with future generation and would get to learn from them too. My teaching philosophy is that learning is a two way process and both students and teachers are partners in the process. I am a firm believer of this quote by Winston Churchill "Success is not final, Failure is not fatal; it is the courage to continue that counts"

Tooba’s Qualifications

Education & Certification

Undergraduate Degree: Institute of business management - Bachelors, Accounting & finance

Graduate Degree: University of Houston-Downtown - Masters, Accounting

Hobbies

Badminton, Watching movies and tv shows, ice skating etc

Tutoring Subjects

Accounting

Business

College Accounting

College Business

Cost Accounting

Financial Accounting

High School Accounting

High School Business

Hindi

Human Resources

Intermediate Accounting

College Math

Languages

Management

Managerial Accounting

Math

Other

Personal Finance

Pre-Algebra


Q & A

What is your teaching philosophy?

My philosophy of teaching is based on a belief that learning is a two-way process, and both teachers and students need to be equal partners in the process.

What might you do in a typical first session with a student?

Interactions and getting to know them first. That would help in delivering my knowledge to them.

How can you help a student become an independent learner?

I believe that learning should be student-centered. The teacher's role in the classroom is that of a facilitator.