...One child was Autistic, one child was visually impaired and my other students had learning disabilities and were on ED PLANS. I worked closely with the Special Ed teachers and the Aides who worked with my students. I had to adapt my materials to accommodate my students' abilities and Ed plans.
Swampscott, MAView Tutor
...Beginner, intermediate, advanced, accelerated--you name it, and I've taught it. Do your eyes glaze over at the idea of declensions and conjugations? Can't tell an ablative absolute from a purpose clause?
Providence, RIView Tutor
...I always track a student's progress based on what he or she hopes to accomplish. One way I do this is by going over old tests, making sure a student is proficient in the problems that are correct and helping in the areas where confusion still exists. My favorite part of teaching is when I am able to aid a student in grasping a challenging concept.
Framingham, MAView Tutor
...I graduated with honors from Fairfield University with a math degree and education minor. I also hold a Master?s degree in math from Boston College. I was the recipient of the Teaching Excellence Award at BC and the Teaching Inclusion Award from BHS.
Lexington, MAView Tutor
...I started tutoring honors physics during my junior year of high school while I was still taking the class. I did the same while taking AP calculus. Later on while I was attending MIT, I've tutored high school honors physics, AP physics, and college physics.
Cambridge, MAView Tutor