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Hi, I’m MJ! I received my bachelor of nursing degree from the University of Calgary in 2017; and since then, I’ve worked as a registered nurse in the areas of medicine, surgery, hemodialysis, mental health, and public health. Excitingly, I’ve recently transitioned into a new role as a collaborative care lead for all three of Calgary’s inpatient adolescent psychiatry units. In my spare time, I enjoy snowboarding, and I LOVE to travel. Some of the iconic places I’ve visited are Rome, London, Paris, New York, and Tokyo! I’m both a dog and a cat person, and I think horror is ultimate movie and TV series genre :)
I’m excited to join First Tutors: Canada and help others learn in my spare time! Over the years, I’ve helped family members and friends understand concepts and solve problems in various subjects. In University, I was VP academic for the Undergraduate Nursing Society and I’ve executed both planned and impromptu study sessions for my fellow students prior to midterms and final exams. I’m looking forward to the formal tutor training with First Tutors: Canada.
All tutors definitely have to be patient and need to meet their tutees at the exact levels of their respective learning journeys. While it’s tradition to think that a tutor generally knows more than their tutee in a particular area, I think it’s important for a tutor never to fall in a place of complacency nor arrogance when imparting their knowledge. I believe that sometimes tutees, in the process, can actually inadvertently teach their tutors a few unexpected things. As a tutor, I’d first assess the learning style of my tutee to effectively tailor my approach; and after each session, I think it’s imperative to ask tutees to demonstrate their knowledge, whether it be reciting a definition, solving a complex problem, or re-explaining a concept. An evaluation of learning is paramount to effective teaching, and should inform whether a tutor should continue or modify their teaching approach.
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- University of Calgary (2017) - Bachelor of Nursing (Bachelors) (✘ Not On File)
- Bishop O'Byrne High School (2013) - International Baccalaureate (School) (✘ Not On File)