...I have taught Algebra to first time learners as well as repeater students and I have had students in general education and special education classes. Because all of my students have been so different I am very used to coming up with new ways to teach material. I try to make sure that my lessons will focus on what each student specifically needs.
Highland Park, NJView Tutor
...Probably the only reason I didn't become a history major in college was that I had an excellent political science professor who got me interested in politics, which is, after all future history. (And history is past politics.) My political science courses in college and later graduate school had...
Collegeville, PAView Tutor
...While teaching at the school, I worked with kids (both in the classroom and one-on-one) who had learning disabilities and also with kids who were learning English as a second language. Over the summers, I also tutored several students in math, English, and basic study skills. I have experience working with students from elementary school to college age.
Perkiomenville, PAView Tutor
...Logic, reasoning, and instinct go into solving every problem. The SAT Reading section is deceptively straightforward. There are tropes of questions that appear again and again and can be mastered with basic reading and comprehension strategies.
Quakertown, PAView Tutor
...I was a trained and certified instructor at The Princeton Review. My parents' mother tongue is Chinese, so I learned to speak Mandarin Chinese growing up. I also took Chinese all throughout Middle and High School.
Philadelphia, PAView Tutor