...Now they must make a "leap of faith", and accept the idea of "so close as to not make a difference, and yet not actually be equal to". In other words, whereas their previous math experiences could be linked to physical and natural concepts, they are now being asked to move into the realm of mathematics as a philosophical science. This can be very difficult.
Natick, MAView Tutor
...As a physics specialist, Physical Science comes easy. In addition, I have recent direct experience teaching Physical Science in public schools. I successfully completed long-term substitute assignments at the 8th grade level (8 weeks, Wilmington Middle) and 9th grade level (15 weeks, Andover High). The Graduate Management Assessment Test (GMAT) had a major change a couple of years ago.
Andover, MAView Tutor
...I have scored an 800 on the SAT chemistry section, and a 5 on the AP Chemistry exam. I have also worked as a chemistry teaching assistant with a strong practical and theoretical understanding of the chemistry curriculum. I have scored an 800 on the SAT Physics subject test and a 5 on the following AP exams: Physics 1, Physics 2, Physics C: Mechanics, and Physics C: E&M.
Cambridge, MAView Tutor
...I have designed and implemented a study skills program through the Academic Support classes that I teach. In addition to teaching Academic Support classes, I have co-taught English, Algebra 1, US History, Health, Biology, and Chemistry. At my previous school, a middle school, I was also a special education teacher.
Franklin, MAView Tutor
...I graduated with honors from Fairfield University with a math degree and education minor. I also hold a Master?s degree in math from Boston College. I was the recipient of the Teaching Excellence Award at BC and the Teaching Inclusion Award from BHS.
Lexington, MAView Tutor