Kamala (Tutor in London)
Goldsmiths, University of London
Computing and Information Systems
Not graduated yet (2015)
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Information about Kamala
Availability: Available anytime
Willing to travel: 10 miles
Experience: I have undertaken two weeks work experience in a primary school as an assistant teacher in 2006, exposing me to an environment where patience, problem solving, and communication were key and received an exceptional report from the teachers involved.
I have also mentored year 7 struggling students weekly for a year in 2010, which allowed me to motivate and direct students and enabled me to communicate information to young people.
As part of a Saturday language class, for 6 years up untill 2010, I assisted the teacher by focusing on and teaching the younger kids.
I have also volunteered to tutor a number of family and friends because I enjoy helping others and feel I am a good fit.
Some other possible relevant experience utilising my skills include:
I have proof read students dissertations in psychology/computing, helping me to develop my understanding of a range of topics and identifying errors.
1 year spent doing peer assisted learning which involved attending meetings to help students with any queries, work or social related matters and also helped enhance my problem solving skills to assess a situation and provide guidance and a solution.
Spending 3 years as part of university Freshers crew, encouraged interaction with new people which helped me build relationships and build on my communication and teamwork skills.
Working at Holborn Medical Centre involved engaging and communicating with students at different university campus, to highlight the benefits of joining the local medical centre and signing up interested students. Collecting and compiling the details of individuals was undertaken via an EMIS database. Adapting to a variety of individuals and adopting a persuasive approach was pivotal for this role.