...I am very familiar with the New York State Regents exam. Most students struggle with writing proofs, remembering theorems and postulates, and memorizing circle formulas. My method to fix these mistakes is to show students how these topics relate to the world around them.
Cambria Heights, NYView Tutor
...I always say, there are many things in life that I'm not sure of, but the two things I am sure of is that I meant to have the son that I was blessed with, and that I born to educate children. Just to briefly tell you a little more personal history about myself, I was a special education teacher for fifteen plus years. I was forced to take a leave of absence due to a car accident.
Bronx, NYView Tutor
...My teaching style is communicative. Though I place emphasis on the ability to communicate ideas, I also stress grammar and vocabulary. All the skills (reading, writing, speaking, listening) are fundamental to becoming proficient in a second language.
Montclair, NJView Tutor
...Assign positive or negative values to the blanks and ask yourself, is this unfamiliar word positive or negative? The nice thing about the SAT is that every answer must be clear, unarguable, and supported by evidence in the passage. There are no errors or points of ambiguity on College Board's tests; they are perfect.
New York, NYView Tutor
...I graduated from Amherst magna cum laude and a member of Phi Beta Kappa in 2000. I was voted Most Outstanding Graduate Student in the School of Education at Loyola in 2007. Teaching, I was voted Best New Teacher at a school in New Orleans in 2001, where I later became the youngest department chair in school history.
Brooklyn, NYView Tutor