...I currently teach English, math, philosophy, psychology and speech to college students. I adapt my teaching style to the learning style of my students. I have the most experience with the following subjects: In philosophy, I have worked on introductory level classes, philosophy of religion and courses on ethical theories and issues.
...It was here at UCLA that he got his first good dose of conversational French. This continued, as he has been married to his French-Canadian wife since the age of 25, bringing a whole host of French-speaking relatives with whom to practice. To this day, David enjoys reading and speaking French as well as tutoring those who are learning the language.
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...By showing how algebra explains how numbers behave may help students understand the rules of algebra. Using concrete examples clarifies difficult problems. By solving similar but simpler problems, students are able to approach complex problems with confidence.
...Precalculus is one of the classes I see the most frustration with. The ideas are challenging and the pace is quick. It builds on a lot of ideas from trigonometry, geometry, and algebra.
...I also completed Art History and History of American Theater courses in college. My unique combination of experience as a classroom volunteer, peer tutor, and mother make me especially qualified as a tutor. In addition to tutoring, I am working on meeting all of the requirements to be a substitute teacher, which will add to my skill set and help me to better help others.