...From my tutoring experiences I learned that there is no "one size fits all" method for tutoring. Some students are visual learners, and need to see concepts worked out in order to understand. Others are auditory, and need to have it explained to them repeatedly.
Burbank, CAView Tutor
...I have a PhD in International Economics and have taught classes in micro and macroeconomics, monetary economics, and managerial economics I use SPSS daily as part of my full time job. I am fully hands-on with descriptive techniques, filtering data, pre-analysis, as well as a host of inferential ...
Altadena, CAView Tutor
Hello, I started teaching in 1999 grades 6th through 12th. The topics I taught included but not limited to computer science, Microsoft Office, and programming languages such as C and C++. I've then started working with the staff and administrators training them Outlook, Adobe, grading programs, a...
Corona, CAView Tutor
...Those words wound up being very true for me. In every job I've had since graduating, I quickly moved up in rank in large part due to my knowledge of Microsoft Excel. While I don't have much formal experience teaching people outside the work setting, I do have plenty of experience helping my coworkers understand the power and functionality of Microsoft Excel.
Los Angeles, CAView Tutor
...As such, I encourage any prospective students and their families to contact me before beginning instruction in order to ensure that everyone is on the same page with respect to goals, expectations, and preferences. Finally, I'm not nearly as formal in person as the above makes me seem, honest! ...
North Hills, CAView Tutor