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Catherine N. ...I also understand the importance of giving students time to digest new information, so I also focus on reviewing past material in each lesson and giving students strategies to use when they are stuck. Lastly, it's important that students own their learning, so I encourage my students to ask a lo...
7 Subjects: including prealgebra, English, algebra 1, writing
$50.00/hr
Providence, RI
Susan Y. ...My interest is in helping my Pre-Algebra students not only to develop strong content knowledge, but also to improve their analytical thinking and attain a deeper understanding of underlying concepts that will help them succeed, not only in PreAlgebra, but in math classes and on standardized tests...
43 Subjects: including prealgebra, reading, English, geometry
$100.00/hr
Lexington, MA
Deb B. ...I had to model my teaching techniques during these training sessions, with my student every time I met with my trainer. This was to show my understanding, fluency, and proficiency in the Wilson program. Since the Wilson system has a very specific method for proceeding through each step of each lesson, this was an important aspect in my training.
12 Subjects: including prealgebra, reading, writing, algebra 1
$55.00/hr
Framingham, MA
Raveena M. ...If you talk to any of my students, I spend much of my own time to make sure that I am prepared. I am not a computer so whilst I consider myself very talented in mathematics, I sometimes need to review a topic before hand to determine how I plan to share my knowledge with the student. Therefore, I sometimes request the student tell me the topic they will need help with before the session.
13 Subjects: including prealgebra, calculus, statistics, algebra 1
$65.00/hr
Bristol, RI
Peter L. ...Years ago, I asked Tim O'Reilly, the publisher of the O'Reilly books on new technology, what he thought was the best way to communicate technical information. "Easy," he said. "Wait for someone to ask a question. Then answer it." I did a double-take. Did the famous publisher of technical books just tell me that best way to transmit technical information is ORALLY?
28 Subjects: including prealgebra, chemistry, statistics, trigonometry
$65.00/hr
Cambridge, MA

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