...I have been taught and consider it true, that if I can't explain a subject then I don't truly understand it. This fact has led me to work with and help other students throughout my education and to this day. I also believe that visualizing a problem makes it easier to solve and gives a greater ...
Pepperell, MAView Tutor
...I have thought a lot about the mechanism of developing a concept, presentation, talk and then how to deliver so everyone in the audience understands. Growing up I hated public speaking so I have a good sense of what it takes to get to a place where you would rather be in front of a crowd talking about a topic you care about than anywhere else. I would love to help others find that place too!
Concord, MAView Tutor
...I also have private students in algebra and calculus. I have worked with students in a broad age range, from elementary school to community college, mostly tutoring in math and science. I passed the MTEL (Massachusetts Test for Educator Licensure) in high school mathematics in May 2013, and I h...
Sharon, MAView Tutor
...I also try to incorporate teaching the student how to learn on their own. Many times, a student is only familiar with rote learning when given the information. I think one of the most important things you can learn as a student is how to look for information yourself to help learn the way that comes natural to you.
Foxboro, MAView Tutor
...The course had us read Roman works of literature and debate a variety of historical events from the perspective of Roman citizens. I compiled astronomy lessons for students with visual impairments (6-8th grade) during my sophomore year at the University of Washington. I presented my project at the Undergraduate Research Symposium.
Providence, RIView Tutor