...I have taught not only at Tufts, but at Brown, Wellesley, and BU and in the process have met and been inspired by many amazing students. I love teaching art history, because it is, I believe, among the humanities, the discipline that most opens itself to interdisciplinary thinking. Not only, th...
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Waban, MAView Tutor
...I have taught in Boston, New York, and San Paulo, Brazil. I can also speak French, Italian, some Spanish, and some Chinese. I have studied Latin, Greek, and Old English as well, so I know a lot about grammar and am aware of how difficult learning a foreign language is.
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...For a while I was enrolled in Greek school and would help out friends that were struggling. This language is not just a matter of memorization, and is not so incomprehensible as people often think. Greek is the immortal language of the sciences and is the origin of many English words.
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...When tutoring, I learn about the student's interests and learning style. I use that knowledge to make connections between the subject and personal experience. Successful tutoring overcomes learning obstacles that cannot be addressed in the classroom setting.
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