...I think learning should be fun as well as productive. A sense of humor is an asset in any endeavor, including education.During a year at the American Institute in Taiwan I developed and taught ESL/ESOL courses to Chinese professionals in business, government, and academia. I have a candidate master (expert) rating, and for three years taught chess in a summer program at Towson University.
Warren, RIView Tutor
...I treat my students as intellectually mature beings who shouldn't be forced to complete wave upon wave of repetitive drills. And importantly, I ensure that my students understand that studying math and science is rewarding not only for their wide range of practical applications, but also for their inherent beauty. I enjoy sharing knowledge and I take delight in my students' success.
Providence, RIView Tutor
...One student of mine used techniques I developed on his tests and quizzes, when his physics teacher asked him about what he was doing. My student explained the techniques, and his teacher was thrilled. His teacher plans to use my techniques!
Middletown, RIView Tutor
...We are all surrounded by math and science, and a practical knowledge of them makes the world that much less mysterious. I teach and tutor because I can find no greater satisfaction than to instill the excitement I feel about the maths and sciences in others. When I tutor a student, the first thing I do is evaluate what piece of the foundation is missing.
Foxboro, MAView Tutor
...I will give you tips, so that you can improve on your own, as well. I received two master's degrees from the University of Connecticut - one in Economics and the other in Statistics. I not only passed Econometrics on the graduate level ( and received a grade of A), but I also studied its statistical foundations in the statistics department.
Cranston, RIView Tutor