...Just watching a teacher work through a problem does not necessarily mean the student can do the problem on his/her own. Thus, it is very important to practice problems on their own. In the classroom, I would give an example of a problem, and then give time for the students to work a similar problem on their own in class.
Harrisburg, PAView Tutor
...I have also studied cultural forms, religions of the world, political science, culinary, and government to one extent or another along the way. The combination of subject matters both studied and taught--Sociology, Criminology, Religion, Political Science, History, Anthropology--has equipped me ...
Red Lion, PAView Tutor
...English has always been my passion and if I could make a career out of just writing I certainly would. I have held some work experience as an editor in the past and I have plenty of other experience editing my peers' papers in college. In my spare time, I have even written a novel and am in the process of finishing another, though I have yet had the courage to send them to any publishers.
Glen Rock, PAView Tutor
...I do my best to help students bridge the gap in their mathematical understanding and have had a lot of success. While working as an instructor for a physics laboratory, I frequently work with students who struggle with the basic concepts of algebra. Without algebra, a general physics student is not suited to pass the course.
Towson, MDView Tutor
...I enjoy tutoring because I love seeing those lightbulb moments where a student grasps an idea. In a one-on-one setting it's much easier to work towards and identify these moments due to the individual attention. It's important to have a good working relationship with each student so that mutual respect is earned and maintained.
York, PAView Tutor