...I also studied Civil Engineering at MIT for undergrad. I specialize in tutoring Math and for the SATs, but am willing to teach other subjects if there is interest. As a patient person, I will make sure students understand how to solve problems and figure out the best personalized methods for learning.
Somerville, MAView Tutor
...I have experience explaining these topics to students with real-life applications. For example, did you know that you can observe the physical 'wave' property of light, discovered in 1801, just by sitting in a sunny room with a paper window shade? If you are looking to work faster in physics, let's talk.
Framingham, MAView Tutor
...While they often ask "Why do I have to learn this new approach?", I can explain to them the advantages of knowing more than one approach to solving a problem. Physical science is often a student's explicit or overt introduction to science, and the student can often be apprehensive about delving ...
Natick, MAView Tutor
...Once a child has an understanding of these two concepts, it is possible to work on developing skills in reading concrete words. Some ways to do this is using rhymes which introduces students to word patterns. Other skills that come into play once these basic skills are introduced are fluency, high-frequency words and spelling.
Gardner, MAView Tutor
...Spelling is normally addressed as a separate ELA topic only in the primary grades. My approach to this subject is guided by the Common Core standard adopted by most states (including all of New England) two years ago. The specifics vary by grade level.
Andover, MAView Tutor