...I received my bachelors from Cook College, Rutgers University and did post-graduate work at The College of New Jersey. While my college major was physics, math and physics did not always come easily to me. My tutoring style comes from the many great teachers who I learned from as well as techniques I developed to make these difficult subjects not only manageable but FUN!
East Brunswick, NJView Tutor
...This is a result of both study as well as teaching methods. Unfortunately, many educators focus on passively showing instead of actively teaching students how to solve problems. This facilitates the mere impression of knowledge, rather than fostering a real, lasting understanding of the material.Of all the subjects, math is the most cumulative.
New York, NYView Tutor
...Tutoring is not only my career; it is a passion. I take great joy in helping my students. My work, as I see it, goes beyond preparing them for standardized tests.
Brooklyn, NYView Tutor
...I have always had an inclination for the education of others. As far back as I can remember, I never turn down the opportunity to explain something when people do not understand, especially when it comes to math and science. I have an intuitive ability to quickly recognize students? disconnects, and provide support to make those connections for students.
Scarsdale, NYView Tutor
...I am an Adjunct Professor of Physics at Farmingdale State College, Nassau Community College and Old Westbury. Additionally I can integrate calculus with trigonometry and geometry. As an Adjunct Professor in College Physics, I know that Trigonometry is used extensively to solve real world physics problems.
Garden City, NYView Tutor