...This builds a sense of success and avoids discouragement. When a student has experienced math challenges, there is usually a need to cycle back as we move into new areas, and this becomes part of each lesson. I work from the student?s cognitive strengths, employ a multi-sensory approach and look for patterns to difficulties and to grasping material.
Lexington, MAView Tutor
...I have attended executive function workshops. I have a B.S. in Communication Sciences and Disorders. Typically, I implement an agenda to help plan out study times for exams and quizzes.
Canton, MAView Tutor
...I taught for a few years, then went to France and lived for a year. I married a man who speaks French, and we spent another 6 months there a few years after our marriage. In my opinion, it is important to learn the sounds of the language first, then learn words.
Randolph, MAView Tutor
...I designed a year long advanced biology course that had a term long study of anatomy and physiology. This is a course that I worked with local universities to construct, as well as medical professionals. As part of this term, I had students use the Anatomy in Clay systems to make human models out of clay.
Framingham, MAView Tutor
...Want to know about people and habits and customs and food as well? Well, you found your match! I am equally curious about everything and can teach you what I have seen, observed, learned, and lived myself.
Chestnut Hill, MAView Tutor