...Every person learns a little differently; it is important for me to be receptive to my students, so we can figure out the best way they learn. I believe helping a student understand themselves and how they learn is the key to creating a self-sufficient student who is enthusiastic about learning throughout their lifetime. I graduated from BYU with a degree in Mathematics Education in 2010.
Briarcliff Manor, NYView Tutor
...While I prefer to work from a specific text, if given prior notice, I can produce helpful study materials and textbooks that I have worked with in the past and found great success with (yes, I actually do have an opinion on what brand of Calculus textbook is the best!). I am a strong believer in ...
New York, NYView Tutor
Hello there ! I am a senior at Montclair State University where I am learning to become one of the greatest teachers. Although I am a mathematics major, I am educated in other areas. Throughout college I have made Dean's list and completed a certification in Child Advocacy.
Wayne, NJView Tutor
...Use virtual math manipulative to help students visualize the mathematical concepts.5. Exit Ticket: After every lesson students have to complete the exit ticket to check for understanding6. Analyze Data: I always utilize the data from the exit ticket, and give independent practice to form my next lesson.7.
Clifton, NJView Tutor
In June of 2014, I graduated from Stanford University with a degree in economics. For high school, I attended the Academies at Englewood in Englewood, NJ. College Admissions When preparing for college admissions, I believe the most important piece is the essay.
Englewood, NJView Tutor