...I taught a low-level Algebra I class. 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.
Swampscott, MAView Tutor
...I enjoy hiking, watching Netflix, eating food that I know is bad for me, and looking at cute animals on the internet. I have a couple of tutoring styles that I try to see what works best for a given student (as I know we all learn differently). For example, I learn through doing. Listening to a...
Providence, RIView Tutor
...It repeats some of the material from Algebra 2 but with some additional and more complex ideas. And it introduces entirely new concepts that the student has not seen that he/she will be assumed to know when entering calculus later in his or her education. There is more abstraction than in Algebra 2 and a greater requirement for rigorous thinking.
Waban, MAView Tutor
...This year, I graduated from Johns Hopkins University with a master degree. The undergraduate and graduate experience in both China and U.S. enabled me to know about the differences of those cultures. During my past two years in Johns Hopkins University, I was a tutor for Chinese Proficiency Exam and I helped a lot of U.S. student to practice Chinese writing and speaking.
Malden, MAView Tutor
...I see that everyone has their own unique understanding of math. I'm here to find that path with you. I am a native Chinese speaker and came to the U.S. at 16.
Fall River, MAView Tutor