...I know this because I also grew up not liking Math but ironically ended up teaching it. I believe you need to be patient and understand the student's strengths and weakness in order to effectively teach Math to students. Relating Math to real life examples can make it more interesting and fun for students.
Phoenix, AZView Tutor
...I've been a tutor for over 7 years, tutoring students in grades K through college and up to pre-calculus. I'm friendly and am able to develop a rapport fairly quickly with my students. I'm reliable and very dependable.
Tempe, AZView Tutor
...A school that I taught at for 9 years had a Deaf and hard of hearing program, so we had a higher percentage of students who were hard of hearing. Often, they were placed in my classes. I am versed on best practices and strategies for students who are hard of hearing.
Avondale, AZView Tutor
...In the areas of math, I take a step-by-step approach.In reading, I rebuild with phonics. In social studies and history, I teach the student how to connect and apply the information, and find parallels in other parts of history. Through all of my tutoring, I go with the student's learning style.
Gilbert, AZView Tutor
...Additional strengths include Algebra, Geometry, Calculus, and Physics. I spent four years as a Software Engineer at Motorola, two years at the USDA as a Programmer Analyst, and am currently a Research Patent Analyst in Intellectual Property working in the greater Phoenix area. I enjoy problem solving, analysis, and technology.
Scottsdale, AZView Tutor