...The guy knew how, but couldn't figure out how to pass it on to me. And I've seen how most students of great teachers learn fast. 'Don't blame the student.' Confucius said that. The final piece: I feel that teaching has to include helping students remember the material.
Cliffside Park, NJView Tutor
...I have been a tutor in calculus for approximately 10 years now, and used it in my math and physics work all the way up through graduating college in an intensive honors program. Geometry is the study of shapes and spaces in math; it's sort of taking a more physical view of math than Algebra whic...
New York, NYView Tutor
...Physics is another passion of mine. I have a very thorough understanding and appreciation for it, since earning undergraduate and graduate degrees in Electrical Engineering from Columbia University. This is why becoming a math and physics tutor was a natural choice for me when I felt it was time to change careers.
Closter, NJView Tutor
...Telling someone how to do something is not teaching; it is just one step. I like to use the "I do", "We do", "You do", "Review" method. First I will explain and describe a concept or topic (I do). Then I will walk through a basic example demonstrating said topic or concept together with the st...
Long Island City, NYView Tutor
...I have experience working with a wide range of age groups and content areas, but I specialize in SAT/ACT test prep as well as in all levels of math, physics, and other sciences. From students struggling to pass a Regents, to those who've aced the SAT and got into their dream college, I've been h...
Ridgewood, NYView Tutor