...My personal philosophy on tutors: We must tread the fine line between friend and authority. While many may find this murkiness uncomfortable, it's the perfect place for my particular skills: equal parts personality and intellect. Though it's a cliche, I really do make learning fun.
Chicago, ILView Tutor
...This means I am not always able to keep to a rigid schedule with my tutoring students. This can be problematic for some.Algebra 1 tutoring: Linear Expressions, equations & inequalities, polynomials, factoring, fractions, square roots, Pythagorean's Theorem and related vocabulary terms can be con...
Joliet, ILView Tutor
...I have tutored many of my friends and peers over the past 10 years in anything from Algebra, to Calculus, to Statistics, to our courses in Actuarial Science. Everybody has always been fond of my teaching styles and comes back to me whenever they need help. I specialize in all math courses through precalculus, probability and statistics, and the first two Actuarial exams.
Lombard, ILView Tutor
...I often would have teachers recommend me as a tutor because I am very flexible and take time to get to know your child, their needs, and learning type before beginning a plan for them. I am very patient and flexible and will try multiple ways to present information. I am known for my easy going and caring approach.
Grayslake, ILView Tutor
...The best way to do this is to talk to them and see which way they think would work best for them and then try a couple of different styles. They may need to use different methods for different subjects but repetition is always the best way to go. I am a substitute teacher in two different school districts and always enjoy teaching Social Studies in whatever grade it is.
Bolingbrook, ILView Tutor