...I am currently working with special needs students at Highland Park High School. I'm a teacher assistant in a program within the school of about 25 students, many of whom have autism, learning disabilities, or Down Syndrome. Whatever each one's particular situation and level of functioning may be, I have really enjoyed working with them and helping them succeed.
Evanston, ILView Tutor
...When I first meet an student I try to get to know him/ her in order to determine which method of study suits him/her better. I come from Puerto Rico, we dance merengue and salsa on family reunions and weddings. I also took classes of salsa offered by a professional dancer in my hometown.
Chicago, ILView Tutor
...Many methods will be used including paper pencil exercises, dry erase marker assignments, dictation and reading of words, sentences, and stories. I work hard to keep the student invested in the program asa well as keeping the program diverse. I have used these methods myself as a child to learn to read as well as using them for 15 years to help other children learn to read better.
Elburn, ILView Tutor
...What is adaptive teaching? Whether you are pursuing a specific goal on a standardized test or in a class, you need a suitable learning environment. All too often, we are in an setting that supports only one learning style, and this can cause us to miss critical information or foundational concepts.
Schaumburg, ILView Tutor
...In addition, I worked for more than thirty years as an actuary, where I frequently used probability concepts in pricing various life insurance policies. For these reasons, I believe that I can help you understand how to solve your probability problems. I taught many Finite Mathematics courses at Lewis University.
Wheaton, ILView Tutor