...With that said, there are some basics to follow when teaching study skills - having a long term goal in mind and breaking it down into short-term goals and to-do's, recognizing a student's strengths and using those to address weaknesses, and having reliable "go-to's" (i.e. - mnemonic devices) tha...
Philadelphia, PAView Tutor
...The way I like to teach science is to do it using projects made from everyday materials to illustrate scientific concepts. I've found that is a good way to make science clear and easy to understand. One of the projects I've developed is the "Tightrope Snowman": a balancing snowman made from Styrofoam and screwdrivers, which I use in teaching the principle of center of gravity.
Newtown Square, PAView Tutor
...These jobs have required finding the best matched strategies to help students build strong basic skills in each area. Phonics helps children is foundational to becoming a fluent reader. Through phonics, children learn the relationship between written and spoken language by understanding how sounds make words.
Ardmore, PAView Tutor
...I earned my Bachelor's degree in English -- Cum Laude -- from the State University of New York at Binghamton (AKA Binghamton University) in 2009, and my Master's degree in Divinity from Baptist Bible College & Seminary (Clarks Summit, PA) in 2014. One degree served as a stepping-stone for the ot...
Elkton, MDView Tutor
I have been a part time college instructor for over 10 years at a local university. While I have mostly taught all levels of calculus and statistics, I can also teach college algebra and pre-calculus as well as contemporary math. My background is in engineering and business, so I use an applied math approach to teaching.
Sewell, NJView Tutor