...Growing up, I always had a passion for math and science, but my passion for languages developed later while I was on an extended, two-year mission trip in Santiago, Chile. I have been tutoring now for several years and have had the opportunity to work with many students from a variety of different backgrounds. I began as volunteer tutor in high school and during my early years in college.
Grand Prairie, TXView Tutor
...My overall teaching approach is to teach students to think for themselves and connect the material to their own life by using real examples and life experiences. Furthermore, I have been on the receiving end of tutoring. When I am tutoring a student, he or she will never feel embarrassed that they do not know something.
Coppell, TXView Tutor
...I consider the tutor/tutee relationship to be very rewarding. While adults students are self-motivated, adolescents often need a push, a pull, an understanding ear, or some other perspective on learning strategies. I am eager to motivate and help all students achieve their goals, whether that be conversational fluency, improved grades and comprehension or workplace performance.
Dallas, TXView Tutor
...I was recently accepted into the M.S. Criminal Justice program at Boston University, but decided not to attend due to focusing on my career. I have tutored classmates in college on the material we were learning from classes in theory, research methods, victimology, history of law enforcement, terrorism, etc.
Arlington, TXView Tutor
...I have done volunteer tutoring at my child's school. I know how to explain things to young children, and I am very patient with them. I love teaching math to kids.
Irving, TXView Tutor