...This approach encourages abstract thinking, and gives the student confidence when walking into the exam. Though grammar isn't taught much these days, it's essential for clear, concise communication. By going back to basics (subject verb agreement, run-on sentences, parallel construction) sometimes with games, sometimes with contests, I improve the student's ability to communicate.
Collegeville, PAView Tutor
...I have experience working with students from elementary school to college age. I am currently a stay-at-home mom looking to use my skills to help out with the bills and to keep my skills sharp for the day when I return to working full-time. I am willing to tutor at my home or the student's home.
Perkiomenville, PAView Tutor
...My goal when tutoring is to get my tutees to understand the process and mechanisms for how things work so that they can apply this knowledge. In my free time, I like playing video games and watching movies, or working on science experiments. My favorite game is Pokemon, my favorite movie is The Avengers, and my favorite book is The Lightning Thief.
Glen Mills, PAView Tutor
...What I do best as a tutor is establish a positive rapport, discover what is easy and difficult for the student, and work with the individual's learning style in order to join him or her in the learning process. Patience and enthusiasm are at the core of my practice.I have taught Algebra I for at least 14 years. I have also tutored approximately 20 students in Algebra I.
Phoenixville, PAView Tutor
...I have many of my materials from college that I will bring with me in order to aid you and give you any tips that helped me through these classes. I hope to help you soon!I took Algebra 1, 2, Precalc and Geometry in High School. Earned an A in Alegbra 1 and I still really understand it.
Philadelphia, PAView Tutor