...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. But that should not be the goal in elementary science: few of the techniques of today will still be done the same way by the time they grow up.
Newtown Square, PAView Tutor
I have been a part time college instructor for over 10 years at a local university. While I have mostly taught all levels of calculus and statistics, I can also teach college algebra and pre-calculus as well as contemporary math. My background is in engineering and business, so I use an applied math approach to teaching.
Sewell, NJView Tutor
I´m both a private instructor and tutor. My areas of expertise are Spanish and Atlantic History. I would be happy to help you stay on top of coursework, prepare for a standardized test like the SAT II or AP exam (Spanish, US History, or European History), or develop an independent study plan if you are a beginning or intermediate language learner.
Princeton, NJView Tutor
...I have worked over 15 years in a public school district in New Jersey and prior to that 3 years in Pennsylvania, teaching students with special needs. I have used the Wilson program and have had training in Orton-Gillingham. I hold a B.S. in elementary education and an M.S. in special education from Temple University and am certified to teach in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
King Of Prussia, PAView Tutor
...I reinforce the connection between sounds and symbols in many creative ways to meet the needs of visual, auditory, and kinesthetic learners. I utilize the insights of Montessori training and the Wilson method to teach phonics. I work with students for over 40 years.
Philadelphia, PAView Tutor