9672337681
9672337681
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mathematics

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nick 9672337681
country India
languages English, Hindi
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i'm Jitendra Choudhary from India and I graduated from university to become a teacher in a high school.
I have been teaching math,Hindi and English. I have 5 years of experience as Online Tutor.
My way of teaching is different for every student who involves with me.I have a good experience with positive results of teaching maths and English related subjects to students.
I have a passion for helping others learn, especially when it comes to my favorite subject Mathematics. I am a subject matter expert for Statistics, Algebra, Calculus, Trigonometry and General Mathematics.Teaching these topics to various students in US, Canada and Asia on Skype.
Hope to see you on my lessons

Experience: 5 years

About me

For concept clarity, Free Demo, Personal care and focus on Goal, explains like a friend, responsible teaching, enthusiastic to teach, flowchart method of teaching, creates interest in teaching, only online teaching,

While teaching, I feel good and happy when my students feel also good and happy because they learnt the key points of my lectures. When my students are not truly satisfied with the content of my teaching, I tell them that on the next classroom, I will explain to them what I have missed in the current lecture. I am not afraid of telling my students that there could be some occasions where I don't know. Indeed, there is always an unknown to be known, and the more we know the more ignorant we are, which they generally accept.

Teachers often talk about how hard it is to connect with and get to their students. They say students view them as out of bounds; hence according to students, teachers cannot understand them. This is a wrong and dangerous assumption on the students’ side, and teachers should do their best to debunk this myth and form connections with their students.

 

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