Why is it so important to know Liquidity Ratio?
Why should we know the relationship between Air volume and Pressure?
Why do we use Fiscal Policy? Is there any other better method to stabilise economic growth?
Why should we study Differentiations?
Why couldn’t you answer my questions,
These, are the questions I asked when I was a student. I always expect a simple answer, but, all I’ve got was ignorance. What if I’m one of the students that needs to at least know what am I learning, before I’m willing to sit there for hours, to memorize a lot of bullet points that are irrelevant to my life.
“If I had experienced this, many of the students must be experiencing the same thing as well.”
That is why I want to be a tutor; to stop good learners from being sabotage by the thought “I asks stupid questions, that means I’m not a good learner, and I will stop learning”.
That’s why, when I teach, I always-
-Try my best to make the class fun.
-Try my best to answer every question that students ask.
-Try my best to link content with practical examples.
And finally, I might say “I’ll get back to you later”, but I will not avoid answering any questions that my students ask, including “what’s the meaning of life”!
There is never a stupid question; only limited findings of knowledge!
- Business Studies