...We make the literature fun through a variety of projects that bring what they are learning to life. I worked for the country's largest newswire, Business Wire, as an editor before becoming a teacher. I helped our member companies write and edit their press releases before releasing them to the public.
West Chester, PAView Tutor
...I am meeting many new, interesting people, and I am teaching students of all ages now. I am patient, flexible, and personable. I prefer to praise and encourage students whenever possible; however, a teacher's job is also to point out weak areas and help students strive for improvement.
Haddonfield, NJView Tutor
...I do not know of, nor do I use or teach, "tricks" to taking these tests. I know these tests can be mastered through the development of critical thinking skills and a solid grounding in the basics of the subjects involved. I focus on logic and reminding students of the basics of the math sections, and developing simple grammar rules and expanding the vocabulary.
Haverford, PAView Tutor
...I continue to use Excel in my own work to organize and analyze data. Geometry is a branch of math concerned with points, lines, angles, shapes, and space (on a plane). It also develops skills such as logic, reasing, and proofs. Many students have a hard time with geometry because it is more visual than their previous math studies.
Hockessin, DEView Tutor
...In high school, I was the only student to register for a peer tutoring position. After graduating top of my class, I continued to peer tutor biology in college. I myself have been tutored since I was in elementary school, and I can personally attest to the unmatched benefits of a personal teacher.
Media, PAView Tutor