...This includes, but is not limited to, set theory, proofs (such as in geometry) and model theory. Much of the SAT test includes testing the students' reasoning and logic skills. Over the past 7 years, I have tutored many hundreds of students in developing these skills.
Marlton, NJView Tutor
...What I bring to the table is not just knowledge of how math works, but why it works the way it does. With this approach, I show students how "complicated" concepts are just combinations of simple pieces. Even the most advanced subjects can ultimately be reduced down to basic arithmetic, and when you approach math this way, you can feel confident tackling even the toughest problems.
Fort Washington, PAView Tutor
...I believe that effective communication and a supportive environment is crucial to a good teaching/learning relationship. I don't mind questions, in fact I encourage them at any time!I see learning as a 2-way street. It is the students responsibility to stop me immediately and ask questions if he/she does not understand.
Kendall Park, NJView Tutor
...My math classes included basic math, pre-algebra, Algebra 1&2, geometry, trigonometry, business math, pre-calculus, and calculus. While teaching at the school, I worked with kids (both in the classroom and one-on-one) who had learning disabilities and also with kids who were learning English...
Perkiomenville, PAView Tutor
...I am currently an adjunct professor at Warren County Community College where I teach college algebra, pre-calculus and statistics.As my profile points out, I'm a retired engineer. Algebra is the means of expressing any engineering idea. I have used it extensively.
Washington, NJView Tutor