...My students love studying the violin with me because I show them how they can succeed at it in their own way, whether a gifted virtuoso or a tone deaf beginner - I focus on a "constant improvement model" which allows every student to get something out of the experience and feel good about what th...
Framingham, MAView Tutor
...We have utilized journals, personal paragraphs, and simple sentences to approach grammar, spelling, and comprehension. Overall, I have tried to take the student from where they are in English and build from that point. By stressing the basics and moving forward, I have found a great deal of success.
North Dartmouth, MAView Tutor
...For this reason, the concurrent study of mathematics and physics is synergistic in its effects and should always be preferred if it can be arranged. Pre-calculus is the gate-keeper course for transition to calculus, and is therefore as important as calculus itself for those intending or needing ...
Allston, MAView Tutor
...However, my personality might not always be an appropriate fit. My philosophy is that whenever learning feels like a chore, or something that needs to just get done, the experience will be less effective. When I learn about a topic, I need to let myself investigate tangents that might not be immediately necessary; I like to meander a bit.
Belmont, MAView Tutor
...I have experience helping students prepare for the PSAT. According to one student, this preparation was also helpful in laying the foundation for later success on the SAT. When I took the SSAT myself, I did well and this was one factor in receiving a scholarship to a first-rate secondary school.
Warren, RIView Tutor