...I have found three primary obstacles to students' learning math and physics:
1. Motivation. Many students do not see any relationship between math and physics and their lives, now or in the future. (read more)
...My academic and experiential learning in psychology supplements my training in special education and allows me to tailor my teaching to meed the needs of my students. I do this all while making the underlying mechanisms of psychology as relevant as possible. SAT success can go a long way in helping students gain acceptance into the college of their dreams and embark on the path of success. (read more)
...Also, I am a people person and I like to help people with their needs. In fact, this is probably part of the reason why I choose to tutor, because I believe that it's an honor to give back to young people any knowledge you have gained, so that they could benefit from it. As far my education background, I graduated from Iowa State University in 2011 with B.S in Chemistry. (read more)
...However in doing so, I had to start over with proving my education and complete my teaching certification. I know I can accomplish this new goal, but it will take time. I would like to work with students while I am achieving this next goal of mine. (read more)
...I have a BS degree in Biology (Bucknell) and a Master's degree in Environmental Policy (University of Pennsylvania).
I have tutored elementary, middle, and high school students. I work with students to learn mathematical and scientific concepts, understand the format of tests, and apply test-taking strategies. I typically work with students one-on-one or in small groups. (read more)