As a math education specialist, I work well with many different types of students from middle school through adult. I also bring an energy and love of my subject that helps students connect with their work. My creativity and an ability to connect math to real world applications, and dedication to my students are some of the things that set me apart as a teacher.
Wakefield, MAView Tutor
...I've been tutoring and teaching (mostly math) for the last ten years, and I feel my teaching experience helps me be a better tutor, while my tutoring experiences help me be a better teacher - it's a win-win situation for everyone! Having witnessed ?learned helplessness? and math phobias, both in...
Boston, MAView Tutor
...I took Micro and Macro Economics in High School and got an A in both and a 4 and a 5 on the AP tests respectively. I also took several economics courses in college, getting at least an A- in all of them. I have been trained in the new SAT and work with Boston Scholar Athletes to teach SAT Prep courses at public schools all over the Boston area.
Swampscott, MAView Tutor
...Integrations and Differentiations are my favorite parts of math! I used to run a walk-in math center at a community college in upstate NY for students struggling with Pre-Calculus through Multi-Variable Calculus. Calc may be a bit confusing, but if you know the right tricks it can also be kinda fun...kind of like a giant math puzzle.
Brookline, MAView Tutor
...The other two are linear algebra and the stochastic systems (statistics), which come together in advanced courses. Everyone intending to pursue studies in basic science (including life sciences), engineering or economics should have a good foundation in introductory calculus. Mechanics is the basis of physics, physics is the basis of most fields of application, particularly in engineering.
Allston, MAView Tutor