...Both corporate roles involved teaching and mentoring to a great extent, and then I realized that tutoring and mentoring in general were to be a key part of my life! My belief is that all people CAN learn, whether children or adults, but they just do so in different ways, (i.e. visual or auditory...
Watertown, MAView Tutor
...I think it's not only possible but important to be fluent in both the sciences and the humanities. The best advice I can give to students is to be curious: challenge yourself to explain what you don't understand, and read constantly and critically across different fields. There are so many things to learn and so little time!
Boston, MAView Tutor
...In addition to my experience teaching at the high school level, I also have prior experience teaching at the college level - first as a TA in graduate school in Colorado and later as a TA at Harvard. In both cases I taught classes in physics and chemistry and helped students with their homework ...
Newton, MAView Tutor
I am a certified math teacher (grades 8-12) and a former high school teacher. Currently I work as a college adjunct professor and teach college algebra and statistics. I enjoy tutoring and have tutored a wide range of students - from middle school to college level.
Waltham, MAView Tutor
...That is, it can seem impossible at first, but any 15-year-old can learn how to do it, and after a fashion it becomes second nature. My teaching strategy for calculus is to focus on pattern recognition in problem solving. Triage is the essential first step in assessing a problem in either differential or integral calculus and they key to picking a successful solution approach.
Cambridge, MAView Tutor