...My goal is simple: to help people improve their skills and gain a better understanding of the material being presented. My teaching method is structured in the following three steps: evaluation, instruction, and reassessment. In evaluation, I learn what you know and how you learn best.
Cambridge, MAView Tutor
...Having a journalist and speech writer for a mother, I learned from an early age which structural formulae worked well, and how to identify things that simply didn't sound right. Teaching students the sames skills has been a very enjoyable experience in the past, and one that I look forward to continuing. I have lots of experience and expertise teaching English.
Boston, MAView Tutor
...A student who can visualize compound transformations of a sine function on a graph may struggle with fractions and ratios. A student who can solve complex equations in her head might be lost when presented with a number line. Each of these students may appear to be doing very well or very poorly, and their real abilities and needs can be obscured.
Lexington, MAView Tutor
...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! I took a number of mechanical engineering courses ...
Concord, MAView Tutor
...Given the amount of material, it is important for students to learn how to assess the importance of what they are reading and concentrate on the core issues, not the peripheral anecdotes. Physically, students need to organize their notes so that they are effective review tool. Six major topics are covered in each CFA exam so notes need to be legible, concise, meaningful, and organized.
Woburn, MAView Tutor