...My approach is simple: adaptive teaching. As learners, we all have a unique learning style, and we learn best when concepts are provided in a way that best fits that style. I work with each of my students to identify what their learning style is and help them to understand it for themselves.
Schaumburg, ILView Tutor
...After teaching a college level class called Critical thinking and problem solving, I realized that many of the skills we worked on involved time management and study skills. Working with special education students over the years, that was one of our major issues: how to study. So, the experience I have is very diverse from 1st grade through College students.
Plano, ILView Tutor
...I have extensive experience teaching Levels 1, 2, and 3, each consisting of six hours of instruction. Word is probably the most widely misunderstood MS Office program. If you're using Word like a typewriter, stop now and get instruction!
Wheaton, ILView Tutor
...I volunteer tutored at the 3rd grade level at the Francis Scott Key school for three years. While tutoring Math, I have focused mainly on fractions, decimals, percents, reduction, and equivalents. I am currently Wyzant certified for elementary Math and Prealgebra.
Arlington Heights, ILView Tutor
...I have spent a number of years in corporate and professional services leading, training, and coaching teams. I have been focused on financial analysis from a business operations and quantitative point of view. The usage of my analysis is used to mitigate risk and identify projects that are of reasonable return.
Naperville, ILView Tutor