...I?ve seen my students improve their grades, get good SAT scores, get accepted to college, and begin promising careers in engineering and science. I?ve also hired many young engineers out of college, so I know what?s required for them to be successful. I work at home, so I?m flexible to meet almost any date and time, and I keep my rates low to be accessible.
Woodstown, NJView Tutor
...I have formally taught Excel (on Windows) since the mid 90's to both high school and college students. I continue to use Excel in my own work to organize and analyze data. Geometry is a branch of math concerned with points, lines, angles, shapes, and space (on a plane). It also develops skills such as logic, reasing, and proofs.
Hockessin, DEView Tutor
...Often they could not get over a simple 'speed bump' that I could help them see how their notes or book had the key. I encourage students to keep good summary sheets prior to a test. These combine to study for a final.
Morton, PAView Tutor
I have 25 years of teaching experience, from community colleges to the university level. I have taught everything from remedial mathematics to arithmetic, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, precalculus, calculus, linear algebra, and statistics. I have good reviews from my students.
Avondale, PAView Tutor
...I use an "I do, we do, you do" model to make sure the understanding we want is present. I believe the best way to approach tutoring is to become a "frien-tor-oach" - A combination of a friend, a mentor, and a coach. People learn best form someone they like and are comfortable around.
Glen Mills, PAView Tutor