...While content is important, and students will be accountable for content, skills are the way to access and think about the content in new ways. Right now, I'm a graduate student at Rutgers Newark, where I'm getting my certification to be a classroom teacher. I graduated from the same school in 2012 with a BA in Sociology, but I have also taken courses in math and chemistry.
New Brunswick, NJView Tutor
...I have both a Bs and a PhD in physics. I also taught physics in the university for more than 8 years and in high school for other 4 years. All the spectrum of subjects from mechanics, optics, electrostatics, magnetostatics, thermodynamics were in my curriculum.
Hightstown, NJView Tutor
...My goal is for the student to fell confident and to provide many problems to work with. I have a Computer Science Master's degree from the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences. I achieved a 4.0 GPA there and was rewarded for having the highest GPA in my class.
Livingston, NJView Tutor
...I also have experience working with elementary school students in a bilingual New York City public school. One of the aspects of tutoring that I always look forward to is when students are able to confidently join their peers. In order to succeed in math, I approach each problem as a puzzle, and I encourage my students to try this out.
Matawan, NJView Tutor
...I hold a standard certificate from the State of New Jersey as an elementary school teacher in grades K-5 as well as a teacher of mathematics in grade K-12. I have experience teaching various mathematics courses, including Introduction to Prealgebra, Prealgebra, Algebra I, and Honors Algebra. Though briefly, I have even tutored a college level algebra course.
Middletown, NJView Tutor