...Higher-order thinking is a very valuable skill in today’s workforce, and its development and cultivation in my students is central to my instructional methods. I incessantly preach, "If you have to memorize something, then you do not understand it sufficiently."
The third of the three doctrines... (read more)
...I try to dissect and find the root of their problems, then I'll try to teach them from the bottom up. After that, suddenly things become easier for my students and for me. Whether you are a visual, auditory, or kinesthetic learner, I will make sure I tutor according to your learning style. (read more)
...Now taking students for Sept ACT and Oct SAT and beyond]
*I offer customized score reports for all my ACT students. This is a powerful tool to analyze test performance, diagnose problem areas, and track progress. It's an advantage that virtually no other private tutor offers. (read more)
...When I was at Rutgers I discovered that many professors are researchers and not teachers. I have dedicated myself on fixing this. I am looking to become a Professor in Mathematics who not only does research, but is also an excellent teacher. (read more)
...I helped students develop organizational, time management and study skills. Some methods that I encourage include SQ3R, Concept Mappings, creating study guides and using mnemonics. I completed ASL (American Sign Language) I through ASL V at Camden County College along with Deaf Culture and American Sign Language Linguistics. (read more)