...I tend to ask a lot of questions when I teach, to get students to actively use the information they are presented rather than just passively listen. I believe this helps keep them more engaged, motivated, and helps with retention and memory. I like to involve students in their own education, again rather than simply listening to a lecture.
Union, NJView Tutor
...I am a mother of 3 (2 with learning disabilities), and active in my church and school community. I've worked with different learning styles and have connected higher level math to real world experiences in order to enhance the students' understanding. I'm willing to work with your schedule and help meet your needs, whether it be a one-time exam prep or help through the entire course.
Madison, NJView Tutor
...I have experience using Microsoft Excel in a corporate environment for more than two years. I think tutoring is a great way to either: a) getting help on an existing course that a student is struggling with b) help prepare for an upcoming course c) refine some questions or concerns in their math knowledge. Please feel free to contact just to get more information.
Brooklyn, NYView Tutor
...No matter how successful or smart someone is, a coach can always speed up the process.I competed 6.00x: Introduction to Computer Science and Programming with Honors, offered by MIT online. Before this I've taught myself C++, C, and Objective C and created a personal timer app on iOS for myself. I've also introduced children to coding through the One Hour of Code initiative.
New York, NYView Tutor
...Marietta, GA Manny worked with my son to help improve his SAT math score - he is reliable and very knowledgeable, his rapport was excellent and most importantly, effective -- my son's SAT math score went from 590 to a 680 - and with just a few pointers referring to the critical reading section, h...
Jersey City, NJView Tutor