The four years I spent in college, studying and acquiring accounting skills gave me an experience of a lifetime. Let me tell you about my accounting skills and how they will benefit my students. I learned the most important skills and ideas. They include (a) skills and ideas to record transactions in general journal, (b) skills and ideas to post journal entries to general ledger accounts, (c) skills and ideas to prepare six-column work sheet, (d) skills and ideas to prepare financial statement for a sole proprietorship, (e) skills and ideas and ideas to complete accounting circle for a sole proprietorship, (f) skills and ideas to prepare cash control and banking activities, ( g) skills and ideas to prepare accounting for a payroll systems, (h) skills and ideas to prepare business transactions and accounting equation , (I) skills and ideas to prepare transactions that affect assets, liabilities, and owners capital, (j) skills and ideas to prepare transactions that affect revenue, expenses, and withdrawals, (k) skills and ideas to prepare special journal for purchases and cash receipts, (l) skills and ideas to prepare plant assets account, depreciation account, uncollectible account receivable, notes payable and receivable account, financial statements and liquidation of a partnership, and ethics in accounting. By practicing reading more, these skills and ideas have improved my teaching ability. I know these skills and ideas, and I can explain the activities listed above in the way students can understand. I have practiced them. And one of things i have learned over the years is how to integrate technology into lesson plan to prepare students for future work force. I know these skills and idea, and i can explain them to students. I have practiced them.
In my first assignment as a student teacher at a high school to practice teaching, I was loved by all students--it was there I knew my teaching approach has motivated students to engage in their lesson activities and reading materials. I want to tell you how I approach tutoring. I begin my tutoring using seven steps process: (1) I assess all students prior knowledge of the topic by gathering information about each student knowledge and skills, (2) I consider individuals differences because I know some students learn slow, others fast, and those in-between. This enables me to cover different materials and engage some students in different activities, (3) I state lesson objectives to know where the instruction is going, what I want to accomplish, and to match expected outcome, (4) I write out how to monitor students, evaluate their work, adjust my approach to tutoring to enhance the way students learning, and to make them lifelong learners, (5) I incorporate realistic contexts to make students remember and apply what they have learned , (6) I engage students in relevant practice by giving problems to students to practice before assigning them homework. This helps to improve their retention and ability to practice their skills, (7) I provide frequently, timely, constructive feedback to help students to correct misconception, misunderstanding, and weakness. This is because students need to know if their thinking is correct, why they fail, and how they can improve. I have used the above process in my teaching practice.