...Your interest is piqued. The second step is getting to the "aha!" moment -- the moment when you've broken down a topic into its individual, understandable pieces and can put them all together to solve the problem you've been working on. I do my best to go through both steps with my students.
Oakland, CAView Tutor
...For each session it is important that you select 2 to 4 items where you need help. I try to end each session with a short discussion of what will be covered next in your class. I usually work with Alg I courses and intro algebra based physics courses and AP Physics 1, Algebra based.Tutor Physics that is Algebra based.
Pacifica, CAView Tutor
...In any case, I strive to present information in an interesting way while cultivating an environment where learning and change can take place. I want to help students understand that they can take charge of their education and learn whatever they want to with some effort and stretching of the mind. As a tutor, my goal is to help my students increase their skills as self-sufficient learners.
Lafayette, CAView Tutor
...I ardently believe that learning should be an enjoyable process leading to a better understanding of the world around us, rather than just a means of passing classes. When I am not working, I love hiking, playing tennis and general fitness. If I am nowhere to be found, I am most likely on Wikipedia.
Berkeley, CAView Tutor
...For me the reward from tutoring is when I see that a student has caught onto an idea, when the light bulb goes on. In my career I've not only studied physics, mathematics and statistics, but applied them as well as time management and study skills. I can help a student succeed in all these areas.
Castro Valley, CAView Tutor