...In many cases, these were students who had probably managed to achieve a C or B in Algebra by "getting through it" but generally did not expect to need it again. My teaching style is to stress the importance of algebra with word problems and real world examples, both as a core skill and a motiv...
Boxford, MAView Tutor
...Now they must make a "leap of faith", and accept the idea of "so close as to not make a difference, and yet not actually be equal to". In other words, whereas their previous math experiences could be linked to physical and natural concepts, they are now being asked to move into the realm of mathematics as a philosophical science. This can be very difficult.
Natick, MAView Tutor
...There are some areas that students tend to find difficult, such as matrices, where this may be their first exposure. Other areas are slight expansions over the Algebra 1 material. Usually, the syllabus also includes logarithms and some trigonometry, and I'm very comfortable explaining these more advanced topics.
Andover, MAView Tutor
...I strongly believe it is important to question concepts in physics in order to understand them thoroughly--this is much more important (and interesting) than simply memorizing formulas. I took the ACT and attained a score of 34 on this portion during my first sitting. I have been playing piano and taking lessons for over 14 years.
Cambridge, MAView Tutor
...I feel that my dual background in science and science education along with my experience as a science teacher provides practical implications to guide my instruction.I like teaching because it is challenging and for the joyous moments it provides when the learning clicks and the student gains a n...
Westborough, MAView Tutor