...Incorporate games and many interactive strategies in daily teaching so your students never get bored.
5)Make the Lesson Relevant
Knowing what issues matter to the student guides the teacher in the preparation of the lesson. Many young people may perceive much of what they need to know as irrele... (read more)
...I also have taught math lessons in an elementary school as part of my teaching curriculum. I love working with students of all ages in all different classes. I am always helping my friends and fellow classmates with math problems and tutoring them in various subjects. (read more)
...My experience in tutoring math, starting with my own three children, is extensive, so that I have always found a way to explain difficult concepts to help a student understand it. In high school math especially, too many students fall behind in skills that they need to build on. Then they devel... (read more)
I started tutoring in 2001 with Princeton Review where I worked for 3 years. After moving to DC, I ran a local tutoring company for a few more years until my daughter was born in 2006. Since then I've been a private tutor, traveling to students' house to work one-on-one at their convenience. (read more)
...My undergraduate is in Chemical Engineering from Virginia Tech, and my MBA is in marketing from Wharton. I truly enjoy working with students and believe that each one has specific learning styles. My job is to successfully work one-on-one with those styles to help them achieve success, and the ... (read more)