...I began tutoring by helping others in my business class in high school. In college, I worked as a private tutor for Business Math, Economics, and finance with Trio Collegiate Services at Bowling Green State University. I use a multi- sensory approach to introduce children to the wonderful world of stories, sounds and letters. (read more)
...I have taught at the middle level working with students in grades 5-8 for the last 12 years. I have taught Math, History, Reading, Geography, and Science. I am knowledgeable about the Common Core State Standards in Math and English Language Arts. (read more)
...I made learning Math a fun activity rather than a dreadful one. I make my students interested in the subject and make them see the relevance of the subject in daily life. I love teaching kids, and that is the main reason why I believe I would stay in the teaching field for the rest of my career.I have 30 years of classroom teaching experience in Algebra 1. (read more)
...An example of a student's appreciation was told to me by his parent: "I learned more in one hour with him than I have all year in class at school!"
I have a PhD in physics from an Ivy League University (U of Penn here in Philadelphia) and years of experience as a systems engineer working on ball... (read more)
...I received a 37 on the MCAT [physics: 14, verbal: 11, bio: 12]. I am very familiar with chemistry, physics, and biology. I am a Md/Phd student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. I scored a 264 on the step 1, and have over 200 hours of USMLE specific tutoring. (read more)