...Through the year we learned, practiced, and used things like organizational tools, dividers, highlighters, etc. to help. We also used time management trackers to become better aware of how much time was truly being spent on studying. My students also learned study skills that would prepare them to take the many standardized tests that they would have to take for many years to come.
Richmond, TXView Tutor
...In order to determine this style, I do an assessment for each individual child. I will start from where the student is in the area they require tutoring, and use their strengths to help them develop skills towards becoming a more successful learner. I have been working in the field of Special E...
Houston, TXView Tutor
...ADD/ADHD kids apprear to be more aware of what is going on around them an every level, and so subdivide their thought processes among those things crying for attention. When force is applied and the child's nose is forced to the grindstone, the desired effect is seldom achieved. If a teacher or tutor creates an environment where the student is "allowed" to learn, the results quickly change.
Tomball, TXView Tutor
...Outside of school/work, I love long-distance running, salsa dancing, and playing the violin. Education: I graduated in the top 5% of my high school graduating class with a GPA of 4.36/5.00. I went through a rigorous AP program at my high school, earning me stellar AP scores in most notably, sciences, mathematics, and Spanish.
Katy, TXView Tutor
...I was a walk-on decathlete at Texas Tech University. Hurdles were my main event. Five other Americans and I were selected to compete in Holland.
Sugar Land, TXView Tutor