...The type of math I'd like to tutor is the basic building blocks for engineering so if I didn't have those down I could of never graduated with a 3.2/4.0. I played football for my high school and started my junior and senior year at WR and DB. I am very active and pay attention to trends happening in the sport.
Conyers, GAView Tutor
...Each time I step into the classroom I am focused and excited about each student at the end, leaving feeling more accomplished. I Just recently retired from the Miami-Dade Public School System after 28 years of service as a Teacher of Mathematics. Learning is a lifelong process, and I eagerly anticipate being engaged in helping students progress toward their educational goals.
Snellville, GAView Tutor
...I always try to help my students understand new concepts in terms of those with which they are already familiar. I patiently break down new formulas and processes until they look like familiar ones. I observe their current problem-solving strategies to figure out their weaknesses and train them to discover the best practices that work for them.
Atlanta, GAView Tutor
...When I was in high school I went to statewide math contests for two years and placed in the top ten both times. This algebra deals mostly with linear functions. Algebra 2 is a more advanced, more complex version of algebra 1.
Dacula, GAView Tutor
...I would break it down to them in simplest terms to prepare for them for math tests, quizzes, and to just better understand the material they were having troubles with. These would be people of my same class and people that would be taking classes that I'd already taken. So I have a pretty good background in the tutoring field.
Ellenwood, GAView Tutor