...One of the projects I've used is the "Tightrope Snowman": a balancing snowman made from Styrofoam and screwdrivers, which I use in teaching the principle of center of gravity. Another project is a bull's-eye game using a mirror to teach the principle of the angle of reflection. A pan of water can be used to show how sound waves reflect off certain surfaces and are absorbed by others.
Newtown Square, PAView Tutor
...My position was point guard so I have experience with ball handling and shooting. This is my favorite sport and I really love teaching children basketball so they grow to love it just like I have. If you pick me as your coach we will have alot of fun while learning all you need to know about basketball.
Broomall, PAView Tutor
...My background is in engineering and business, so I use an applied math approach to teaching. I find knowing why the math is important goes a long way towards helping students retain information. After all, math IS fun!In the past 5 years, I have taught differential equations at a local university.
Sewell, NJView Tutor
...One communicates with a parent, teacher, physician, banker, police officer, retailer, etc. There are forms to complete. Vocabulary usage should range from common to advanced words.
Philadelphia, PAView Tutor
...Previously, I tutored middle school students in math and writing at ACI, an afterschool tutoring program. I enjoyed seeing my students learn and grow, and felt especially happy when they grasped difficult concepts. Developing friendships with my students was also important, so I always wanted to make sure that not only were they learning, they were also enjoying the process of learning!
Princeton, NJView Tutor