...It started as a request to help a friend of a friend with trigonometry while I was a senior in college and I have been doing this since. I decided to keep tutoring because I love helping those students who struggle finally have that "I get it" moment. Then to watch them succeed in their classes and even help their peers who are struggling beside them. (read more)
...Another student I tutored one day looked at me in bewilderment and said,"You're fun."
For both of these students, we could have fun because teaching for me is not transactional but transformational. When students learn, it's not because I simply convey information to students to absorb as spong... (read more)
...I would like to have all of my students challenged and pushed to their full potential. This will, of course, require a good understanding of and communication with students. Working with individual students from time to time will allow students to gain knowledge at their own pace. (read more)