...The way I like to teach science is to do it using projects made from everyday materials and by acting things out to illustrate scientific concepts. I believe that children can learn more by simulations then by using actual, working equipment. If you want to learn the techniques for working with scientific equipment, then it's important to use real equipment.
Malvern, PAView Tutor
...I try to make the student's entrance into algebra one that flows from their knowledge of arithmetic. I constantly go back to the principles of arithmetic and show the student how algebra flows from the knowledge of arithmetic he or she already has in hand. This changes the concept of algebra fr...
Willow Grove, PAView Tutor
...I have even had a professional newspaper publisher submit a document to me that had been previously proofread by two highly intelligent and knowledgeable writers. Believe it or not, I found several additional errors that were pretty blatant to me. If you are looking for a meticulous, fastidious proofreader, you need look no further.
Philadelphia, PAView Tutor
...I taught in West Philly last year and this year I am in South Philly. Prior to those two positions, I was teaching in Bryn Mawr for 8 years. I love children and have a great rapport with them and enjoy getting them to share a little about themselves while I share a bit of myself with them.
Ardmore, PAView Tutor
...It upsets me when I hear students say, 'I'm just not good in math!' Comments like that typically mean that a math teacher along the way wasn't able to present the material in a way that made sense to the student. I've never met a student who didn't understand once we as a team figured out how t...
Paoli, PAView Tutor