...When working with Elementary school students, I strive to support those skills which will serve them well in the middle- and high-school academics. To do this, I often prepare games and worksheets which help make learning and skills practice more entertaining. Elementary students often need more variety and, occasionally, a sense of play during instruction to remain fully engaged.
Stamford, CTView Tutor
...I have experience working with students ranging from 4th-12th grades, including students diagnosed with ADHD. Simply put, my style of teaching is personalized so that I can help each individual student reach his/her personal goals in the coursework. As a teacher, I can be demanding at times, bu...
Alpine, NJView Tutor
...While teaching middle school, I also taught math and reading Response to Intervention (RtI) blocks. These blocks involved reviewing fundamental math and reading skills that students learned during elementary school and making sure that they had fully mastered the skills. A regular math lesson focused on elementary math skills like math facts, fractions, and decimals.
Bronx, NYView Tutor
...The most common standardized tests with which I help my students are Regents exams. While Regents exams are not as intensive as SAT IIs or AP exams, they do require guided practice and understanding. There are two that tend to be especially challenging: the Algebra II Trigonometry Regents, as well as the Chemistry Regents.
New York, NYView Tutor
...I learned programming and, after some work on the early GPS's and missile navigation, I started a software engineering consulting company. After retiring, I taught courses in programming at Fairleigh Dickinson U. I have served as a volunteer tutor in algebra at Dwight Morrow HS in Englewood and at Park Vista HS in LakeWorth, Florida.
Englewood, NJView Tutor