I completed my master's in education in 2012 and having this degree has greatly impacted the way I teach. Before this degree, I earned my bachelor's in engineering but switched to teaching because this is what I do with passion. I started teaching in August 2000 and my unique educational backgroun...
Philadelphia, PAView Tutor
...I am very involved with the child study team on parent meetings, evalucations and classroom placement of all classified students in my classes. During the summer I am a lead teacher in an special needs program which includes students with ADD/ADHA, autism, as well as other non-specific diagnosis. I am working during the school year as a special education teacher at a public high school.
Trenton, NJView Tutor
...Students may need help in some areas to perform to their full potential. First, they need to understand the new types of problems (algebra, numbers and operations, etc.). Those with weaker math skills will need practice to improve performance in the no-calculator and grid-in sections. The removal of the penalty for guessing changes test strategies considerably.
Collegeville, PAView Tutor
I have taught at various levels for most of my life. While in high school and through undergraduate school I taught swimming lesson to children and adults. I was a laboratory instructor at the University of Delaware when I was finishing my doctoral work, where I instructed sophomore to 5th year seniors in a chemistry lab.
Kennett Square, PAView Tutor
...Too many stress rote memorization. This may get the student through the next test, but it provides little enlightenment, and eventually can turn students off. I have years of experience teaching math and science at the high school, college, and post-graduate levels.
Woodstown, NJView Tutor