...In addition to my studies, I spent one year in Ecuador as an exchange student, studied two semesters in Barcelona, Spain, headed two summer group tours through Spain and served as a Fulbright Scholar to Uruguay. Despite their apparent differences, learning Chemistry and Spanish are actually quite similar. Both start with basic principles and build from there.
Simsbury, CTView Tutor
...When tutoring in a world language, I believe that it is important to give students practice in all skill areas - speaking, reading, listening and writing. Before retiring from public school teaching I worked for a district that believed strongly that all students can achieve at high levels. I believe that is very true.
Rocky Hill, CTView Tutor
...We can meet at your home or at libraries or coffee shops - again this usually depends upon where the student finds they perform best. Hours are flexible.For most students, algebra is the first step into 'higher math'. There are a number of new concepts and thought processes that are needed to successfully take this step.
Hamden, CTView Tutor
I've been tutoring students for the past 40 years, on a part-time basis. I have also coached girls softball for over 20 years and age-group swimming for 15 years. This has given me a lot of experience in working with and motivating students to excel in various life-skills.
Southington, CTView Tutor
...I am originally from Romania. I have moved to the US in 2006 at 21 years old. I have left 3 years of college behind.
Springfield, MAView Tutor