...I believe that working together we can build both skills and confidence and that students will find that they have abilities that they never realized they possessed. I have worked with a number of students in the K-6 range, both as a tutor and classroom substitute teacher. I am also licensed as a classroom history teacher for grades 5-8 by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Melrose, MAView Tutor
...Often students are performing poorly because they do not understand the underlying concepts needed for their success. By listening to a student's concerns and probing with Socratic questions, great progress can be achieved. This is a superior technique to simple rote learning.
Woburn, MAView Tutor
...I have worked for over 25 years as a nutrition consultant and educator. I have developed and taught adults and children on varying topics in nutrition and health. I am currently an adjunct faculty at Endicott College where I teach Introductory Nutrition to first year nursing students.
Marblehead, MAView Tutor
...Along with my academic successes, I'm also a pretty laid-back guy. I enjoy the outdoors, and love to hike whenever I get the chance. I also love sports, music, films, and video games.
Malden, MAView Tutor
...My two degrees have helped me understand how the child's brain works at different stages of development. This allows me to approach different ages and behaviors accordingly while I help your child advance his/her skills. I have also worked with a national program called Jumpstart, in which we work with younger children who struggle in language and literacy skills.
Saugus, MAView Tutor