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Business Economics Cafe has the best economics tuition teacher who makes learning economics interesting and useful. The principal economics tutor is Mr. Edmund Quek. Economics Cafe is a leading economics tuition centre in Singapore that offers A level economics tuition. The principal economics tutor, Mr. Edmund Quek, is a highly experienced and well sought after economics tutor in Singapore. He holds a Masters Degree in Economics (MSSc) from the National University of Singapore (NUS). As a small contribution to society, he provides economics lecture notes to students in the hope that they will find learning economics easy and interesting. The economics lecture notes were designed to concisely and clearly explain the key economic concepts which students need to master to excel in the A level economics examination. He is also the author of several economics books which include JC Economics Model Essays (Economics Cafe, 2012) and A Level Economics Model Essays (Pearson Longman, 2011). He has taught economics for about one and a half decade dating back to the days when he was an undergraduate. He has taught various types of economics in various schools which include Singapore-Cambridge GCE A Level Economics, Cambridge International GCE ‘A’ Level Economics, International Baccalaureate Economics, London Edexcel GCE A Level Economics, Australian Matriculation Economics, Advanced Placement Economics and University of London Economics. He last taught at Hwa Chong (IS). He is an avid reader who keeps abreast of current economic events and issues. Being a well-read person, he is able to teach economics with real-world examples which will not only help students having economics tuition with him do well in economics examinations, but will also enable them to understand the economic events and issues that revolve around everyday life. In doing so, he makes learning economics easy, interesting and useful for his students and the testimonials attest to this. He helps over 75 per cent of the students in his economics tuition classes obtain a distinction (A Grade) in the A level economics examination nearly every year. In some years, the distinction rate hit as high as 90 per cent. Almost 100 per cent of the students in his economics tuition classes obtained at least a B grade every year. Over his one and a half decade-long teaching career, he has taught more than 1200 students on a tuition basis. He is aware that there are some students from needy families who are less privileged than their peers, despite the economic prosperity of Singapore. To put these students on an equal footing to .pete with their more privileged peers, he provides them with free or subsidised economics tuition, so long as they can justify their need for financial assistance. These students are typically under the Financial Assistance Scheme or whose parents are under the Public Assistance Scheme. Thus far, there have been over 40 beneficiaries. He is the fund manager of KeithBernstein (KB) High Yield Fund. KeithBernstien (AB) High Yield Fund is a high yield investment fund which has a portfolio of around $2m dollars with about 50 per cent of it invested in the equity market and about 50 per cent of it invested in the corporate bonds market. The fund generates a annual return of around 8%. Economics Tuition Methodology Economics Tuition Methodology : As an economics teacher and tutor, my goal is to impart two things to the students: what to write and how to write. Based on my experience in school teaching and providing economics tuition, I find that the aspect of what to write is relatively easier to tackle as this can be done by first explaining economic concepts to students and then applying them in essay discussions. Although this process can be arduous for some, most will get the hang of it after sufficient practice. Teaching students what to write is like teaching students in a swimming class the strokes of swimming and then practising them in the pool. Here, I would like to emphasise that the final stage of this process is practising the strokes in the pool (i.e. applying economic concepts in essay discussions) and not learning the strokes of swimming from a manual (i.e. learning economic concepts from economics lecture notes). The aspect of how to write is a more difficult and challenging one to tackle. My quest for the best way to impart this skill has led me back to the traditional and possibly the simplest method; to show students the model answers. I have written many economics model essays with the objective of showing students what economic concepts to apply in answering various theoretical and topical questions (i.e. the aspect of what to write). In addition, they also show students how to explaineconomic concepts in responding to various questions (i.e. the aspect of how to write). CASE STUDY ANSWERING SKILLS : The case study paper requires a great deal of practice to excel in. I give the students in my economics tuition classes ample case study questions to practise. The questions include those in past-year JC preliminary economics examination papers and ‘A’ level economics examination papers. I work through the questions with the students with reference to the answer schemes given by the examiners. More importantly, I value-add by improving on the answers, some substantially, particularly the evaluations, in which some teachers seem to have difficulty. I teach the students in my economics tuition classes the skills to answer case study questions such as drawing reference to the text and the data and using supplementary knowledge. The students will also learn the skills of interpreting and describing economic data. I will also highlight to them the .mon errors made by economics students such as confusion about the difference between change and rate of change. The avoidance of these .mon errors can improve the grade substantially. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: