...Children with ADD sometimes do best when allowed to complete a project before going on to the next. It can difficult for them to switch gears. Children with ADHD actually do better when allowed to break up activities with active movement, like a short walk, push ups, or a run up and down some steps; this applies to older students as well as children.
Dacula, GAView Tutor
...I have also taught grammar to both of my children throughout their homeschooling years. I would love to help your student understand the rules of grammar in order to become a better writer! I have taught geometry to each of my children in a homeschool setting.
Buford, GAView Tutor
...Studying English in college, and working as an English teacher/tutor, I have had a lot of practice since then with SAT skills. Skim-reading, reading for the "main idea," summarizing passages, and increasing vocabulary are all crucial skills for the SAT. In my tutoring of SAT students, I have also shared a number of important test-taking tips that apply to this particular test.
Lilburn, GAView Tutor
...I enjoy teaching it because it is the beginning of the bridge from algebra and geometry to calculus, combining elements of all topics. It is very important to understand the concepts early in the course--you do not want to fall behind. I believe trig should be taught as it was years ago, with an emphasis on rigor and the concepts, and not RELYING on the calculator.
Lawrenceville, GAView Tutor
...One year during my high school teaching tenure, I taught Physics and AP Physics. I have also taught Conceptual Physics and Algebra-based Physics I (Mechanics) for 4 years at the college level. I have also tutored Physics online for approximately 8 years.
Snellville, GAView Tutor