...Math is not magic! It is a skill and anyone can learn a skill. I won't lie and say that there is any quick route to math or science success.
Collegeville, PAView Tutor
...It is the point where students have to begin to grasp concepts that are more abstract. Whole numbers, fractions, and decimals are easy to represent with objects, along number lines, or in the real world. Negative numbers, roots, and radicals are slightly more difficult, but they can be represented visually or with metaphors.
Lancaster, PAView Tutor
...I am a level 2 CRLA tutor, and I teach and use the principles of Algebra everyday. I have been in the science field for at least 20 years. I have a Master's Degree in Biology.
Bel Air, MDView Tutor
...Math can also require work but it should never be so hard as to make a student give up or cry. I am passionate about Math in the early years, from Pre-Algebra through Pre-Calculus. Middle school and early High School are the ages when most children develop crazy ideas about their abilities regarding math.
Paoli, PAView Tutor
...While at Johns Hopkins as an undergraduate I worked as a Study Consultant for the Office of Academic Advising. I helped students develop organizational, time management and study skills. Some methods that I encourage include SQ3R, Concept Mappings, creating study guides and using mnemonics.
Runnemede, NJView Tutor