...I believe the best way for students to learn is hands-on activities and lots of practice. It is important for students to ask questions in the tutoring session, follow up with homework, and be motivated to learn. Once we decide to meet for lessons, we will agree on a safe and quiet location.
Lagrange, GAView Tutor
...Spanish was my first language and I took three years of Spanish (Advanced and Literature) in High School. I've played the piano since I was five, learned the violin in the fourth grade, and taught salsa lessons at UCLA and my previous company. I spent several summers while in college instructing tennis in summer camps and giving private lessons to children.
Auburn, ALView Tutor
...I also use flash cards, scientific calculators, electronic dictionarys, and other teaching aids. My responsibility as a mentor is to help my students realize their own strength. Their thoughts, choices and beliefs will determine their attitude, placement and grade.
Pine Mountain Valley, GAView Tutor
...I currently work and go to school at the University of West Georgia. There I work as a Supplemental Instruction Leader for Calculus (It's a group based tutor session). I have always had a love for Mathematics and my goal with my students is to help them see that they can love Math too! I am usually in class during the day but I am available for sessions weeknights and weekends.
Carrollton, GAView Tutor
...As a major directed toward education and psychology, I connect with my clients and find out what their specific issue is. From there, we build a plan specifically for them to help them achieve success. Although my concentration is math, I am qualified in Science, English, and Reading subjects as well.
Wadley, ALView Tutor