The thing that I enjoy most about tutoring is being able to interact with the students in a way that we can both have an enjoyable time while also helping them improve. I find it gratifying when a student looks forward to attending my class rather than feeling being forced to attend.
My strength as a tutor is that I have native levels of English fluency and conversational levels of Cantonese. I am able to speak only English to immerse the student in dialogue but also able to translate more difficult vocabularies and concepts into Cantonese so a student can learn the idea in the shortest time.
I also aim to provide a fun and positive experience so that a student will look forward to my tutoring session and see it as a stress reliever from their busy and hectic lives.
I believe that the most important things that a tutor can do are being able to give guidance on how to improve on certain areas through positive reinforcement and providing a fun and engaging learning experience.
It i is scientifically proven that a person is much more likely to retain the information if they have happy emotions during learning. Therefore, a tutor must be able to effectively teach the materials while also making it a pleasant experience for the student.
Claremont Graduate University
I was born in Hong Kong but grew up in Los Angeles, California. I am currently pursuing a degree computer science and practicing to be a full stack web developer. My hobbies are exercising, playing tennis, and cooking.
I have been tutoring in Hong Kong for 2 years for students:
-ranging from the ages of K3 to Form 6
-in a public school setting with 30 students
-in private 1 on 1 tutoring
-in group tutoring
-with special education needs
in the areas of:
Primary, Junior Secondary, DSE