...I have two daughters, one in middle school and one in high school. I understand the need for reliability in a tutor. My teaching method is always to help students build on what they already know.
Rome, GAView Tutor
...I have a degree in Special Education, specializing in adapted curriculum. Those with ADD/ADHD need a certain type of calming environment, which is something I provide with my soft-spoken, gentle way of communicating. My college degree is in Special Education, specializing in adapted curriculum.
Kennesaw, GAView Tutor
...I recently graduated from the University of West Georgia with my Master's in Psychology and am looking for employment as a professor. In the meantime, I'd like to share my passion for learning wherever possible! I have worked as a mentor for numerous university-level psychology courses, such as General Psychology, Abnormal Psych, and Social Psychology, just to name a few.
Carrollton, GAView Tutor
...The learner is engaged with hands-on activities as well as receives information from the teacher. I believe the guided discovery learning approach is beneficial for student achievement. Teaching in this manner provided me with the insight that student were internally motivated to participate in the activity and were much more engaged than they would have been with just a lecture.
Newnan, GAView Tutor
...But "understanding" is my goal -- I don't focus on quick tricks, but on lasting and deep learning. I hold myself to a high standard and ask for feedback from students and parents. I never bill for a tutoring session if the student or parent is not completely satisfied.
Mableton, GAView Tutor