...This seems to encourage them to learn math in an "out of school fun manner". Parents have commented that their children feel good about themselves when it comes to math, and are not as self-conscious. There is no "one size fits all" approach to teaching as each student is unique with his/her own strengths and challenges.
Randolph, MAView Tutor
...Every science and math concept is built upon the foundations laid last week, month, or year. Trying to teach a concept or technique without the right supports beneath is merely postponing the problem until later. So often, once the root difficulty is found (and fixed!), a plethora of other problems and fears diminish or disappear.
Foxboro, MAView Tutor
...I incorporate lots of hands-on practice, my students use lots of paper and pencil to picture the problem before and while solving it, and I teach them to "think on paper" logically and step by step. We repeat problems, ideas and practice through mastery, including good study skills. I know that...
West Roxbury, MAView Tutor
I have been teaching high school and middle school math courses for about 20 years. I currently teach at a local high school and teach on Saturdays at a school for Asian students in Boston. I am currently teaching Honors Algebra 2, Senior Math Analysis, and MCAS prep courses, as well as 5-8 grade math, and SAT Prep courses.
Bellingham, MAView Tutor
...I have a candidate master (expert) rating, and for three years taught chess in a summer program at Towson University. I have had success preparing students for the ASVAB, and I especially enjoy helping them tackle the word problems on the Arithmetic Reasoning section. Time management is important, and test-taking strategies are key.
Warren, RIView Tutor