I believe that the tutor’s role is to guide and to provide students (tutees) access to information rather than acting as the primary source of information. By so doing, he/she assists them in their search for knowledge by teaching and encouraging them to find answers to their questions. When such answers are hard to come around, he/she guides the tutees with helpful hints and persuades them to re-think strategies that may even fall outside the classroom cubicle. To effectively prepare our tutees to succeed in the overly competitive labor market, we must move them out of their comfort zone. We must not only present them the pure scholarly rhetoric but also challenge them with realistic problems with unstipulated and open-ended frontiers
My teaching philosophy rests on the principle that when tutees are afforded the opportunity to discover their learning style and the freedom to practice skills in bona fide settings, they construct true and lifetime knowledge. In our competitive environment, it is not only compulsory for students to receive a solid and practical education, it is also of equal importance that they work with a faculty or a tutor who is aware of their individual needs and is sensitive to their learning style. I am such educator and I pledge to never “let schooling get in the way of education" of my tutees as Mark Twain advises
I hold a bachelor's in Managerial Accounting and a master's degree in Economics. I have been teaching Principles of Accounting, Computerized Accounting, Principles of Economics, and Intermediate Economics for many years. In addition, I worked as a Junior Accountant for 12 years.
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