...I discovered that each person had a different way of learning. If I did not get the desired result from one of these workers, I would reconsidered the teaching approach I used with them to see if it could be improved. When I returned to college to study Computing and Software Systems, I observed that most instructors either did not have the time or the desire to adapt to the students? needs.
Bothell, WAView Tutor
...I have studied percussion privately for over ten years. I was a member of my hometown's youth symphony for four years and also participated in my school's symphonic band where I was co-captain of our section. Previously, I have helped coach fellow students in proper technique for timpani, concert and rudimentary snare drum, mallets, lots of toys, and general concert preparation and strategy.
Seattle, WAView Tutor
...The coursework for my master's degree was focused on learning: learning differences, curriculum, and development. My master's thesis was on physics misconceptions, and I did research on gender differences in the sciences. I love math and physics and finding ways to make them interesting and fun for others.
Redmond, WAView Tutor
...Most of my students started with a C or below and are now getting A's or high B's.Algebra 1 is the first step towards higher math. It is great if we can train students from the early stage and I master in tutoring the topics in an easy accessible method. This us the pillar of the higher math series.
Bellevue, WAView Tutor
...Sincerely, Mary AnnI enjoy tutoring Algebra 1, trying to make it interesting and easy to learn. I've helped many students with their math and improved their grades. If you don't understand something or can't solve an algebra problem, I can simplify it until you get it and solve it all by yourself.
Lynnwood, WAView Tutor