...My students all were special needs. One child was Autistic, one child was visually impaired and my other students had learning disabilities and were on ED PLANS. I worked closely with the Special Ed teachers and the Aides who worked with my students.
Swampscott, MAView Tutor
I'm a recent graduate from Hamilton College, where I majored in Physics. Here's an outline of my experience:Science:I completed A Levels in Physics, Chemistry and Math in High School. In college, I've studied introductory Psychology, Geoscience and Computer Science.
Cambridge, MAView Tutor
...I utilize Fundations for my younger students, when needed. As a special education teacher, many of my students benefited from having academic support. This academic support included organization, note taking, identifying relevant information, creating own studying tools, finding the student's independent access to preparing and studying for class work and assessments.
Dracut, MAView Tutor
...There is more abstraction than in Algebra 2 and a greater requirement for rigorous thinking. It can be a challenge to the student who didn't fully master what came before. I have a patient approach that helps students through specific class work, homework and test preparation, while also showing them the ideas behind the formulas.
Waban, MAView Tutor
...A student's goal is my goal, be it mastering a certain subject area or raising a letter grade. I always track a student's progress based on what he or she hopes to accomplish. One way I do this is by going over old tests, making sure a student is proficient in the problems that are correct and helping in the areas where confusion still exists.
Framingham, MAView Tutor