...Over the course of five years, I have developed a number of tips, tricks, and methods to help understand and implement the various skills required in Algebra 2 courses. These methods have been successful with students ranging from 7th graders to college seniors and beyond. I've worked with over...
New Brunswick, NJView Tutor
...Unlike the one-size-fits-all test-prep courses, and the overly-structured national tutoring companies, I always customize my methods and presentation for the student at hand. There is a big difference between a student striving for 700s on the SAT and one hoping to reach the 500s. Likewise, a student struggling with Algebra I is a far cry from one going for an A in honors pre-calculus.
Newtown, PAView Tutor
...Many students regard course textbooks as optional references. While this perspective suffices in early high-school courses when instructors spoon-feed examples from the chalkboard, the results in advanced high-school and college math and science courses can be catastrophic. Let me show you how to read actively.
Bridgewater, NJView Tutor
...I teach for "reasonableness" and love to take complicated things and make them easy. I believe that reading is the bedrock of all other education. Reading comprehension includes things like identifying the main idea and supporting details.
Hillsborough, NJView Tutor
...I also believe that everybody has the potential to learn. I know someone who had to repeat one year in middle school, then skipped ahead one year in high school, went to college and got a Ph.D. from Stanford. It's an extreme example, but illustrates the point.
Princeton, NJView Tutor