...For me, math is a way of bending the rules; math, especially theoretical math, is all about finding a loophole to get out of the rules you just discovered through following the last loophole, and so on and so forth. One discovery leads to another, which leads to another. The established rules are there to help navigate that space, not restrict it.
Bellevue, WAView Tutor
...I also have worked in a response to interventions environment which assesses students in the area of phonics instruction. During my 28 years of educational experience I have incorporated steady, consistent study skill instruction for students in grades K-8. I have prepared students for all types of assessments including multiple choice, essays and short form essays.
Auburn, WAView Tutor
...I was then an engineering student at the University of Minnesota which included a study of advanced algebra and calculus. Please note that I was a tutor to my fellow engineering students for math, including algebra, as well as trigonometry and calculus, when I was a senior in college. I have been a professor in my professional life teaching about 24 years.
Graham, WAView Tutor
...I like seeing people reach their potential--and, if I am able in some way to help them in getting there, I find that especially fulfilling.As part of the requirements of the University of Washington's Computing and Software Systems bachelor's degree, I completed four C++ courses and then used the...
Bothell, WAView Tutor
...I worked for Sound Partners, a non-profit, phonics-based tutoring company. I have also been trained in Reading Street and Imagine Learning programs, both use phonics based materials to help early readers achieve success. I have worked for Seattle Public Schools, and before that, Edmonds Public ...
Seattle, WAView Tutor