...Often teachers or even textbooks move too fast or make things more complicated than they need to be. These subjects should never be intimidating and with a laid-back, non-pressure approach, students can learn to not only master math and physics but have fun in the process. First, I assess how the student feels and what the challenges have been.
East Brunswick, NJView Tutor
...I needed to use multiple approaches in teaching her and helping her grow and I still use those approaches with others. I understand that not everyone learns the same so this allows me to find the appropriate angle for understanding. All these subjects were part of my BS in molecular biology.
Langhorne, PAView Tutor
...Also, I used to teach my son of all subjects from his 1st grade in 1997 to 2010. As a result, they performed/obtained good grade in high school. In September 2011, I decided to become a teacher of K-12 grade students.
Piscataway, NJView Tutor
I am currently teaching special education math to seventh and eighth grade students. I am in my fourth year of teaching and love every minute of it. I find it important to break down more difficult concepts into steps, as well as to provide visuals so the concept can be better understood.
Bordentown, NJView Tutor
...Students can bring homework and other assignments from their own class or be provided with materials that I bring during each session. Teaching is just a glorified way of explaining oneself, and simplifying concepts has always been at the forefront of my teaching techniques. I have been tutoring in math for the past ten years.
Egg Harbor City, NJView Tutor