...Often teachers or even textbooks move too fast or make things more complicated than they need to be. These subjects should never be intimidating and with a laid-back, non-pressure approach, students can learn to not only master math and physics but have fun in the process. First, I assess how the student feels and what the challenges have been.
East Brunswick, NJView Tutor
...I am patient but firm. I try to make them work on their own and if they need help I try to guide their thought process rather than give them the answer. I have a BS in Architectural Engineering from the University of Miami.
Jersey City, NJView Tutor
...Learning to program is a great skill if you are looking to enter the computer science field, but it is usually not taught in schools. As a private tutor, I can teach you to program! I have a Bachelor's Degree in Software Engineering and have tutored several students in programming.
Harrison, NJView Tutor
...Over the years, I've worked with students suffering from ADD, autism, dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, speech disorders, and depression; I personally grew up inured to social anxiety, so I can always empathize. Some tutors will tell you that they know all the tricks and shortcuts. But really, there are no tricks.
Quakertown, PAView Tutor
...Because many students with ADD struggle with organization, it is important to spend some time helping the student develop learning strategies. Organizational strategies are a must for students with ADD/ADHD. I help my students get in the habit of making reminders for themselves of what they need to do, using such strategies as assignment sheets, daily schedules, and "to do" lists.
Brooklyn, NYView Tutor