...Tutors should be patient and know the levels of language acquisition and understand students' native educational experiences, in order to help students transition from their native language to English. Some accommodations include: Use of scribe, verbatim/selected reading, extended time, small gr... (read more)
...While hard to fit my credentials into a tiny box, I believe my credentials won't be the driving force to help my students succeed. It will be (has been) the nurturing learning environment I desire to set between myself and my student. While learning can be challenging for a student, more importantly it can also be rewarding to the child, and the improving grades comforting to the parent. (read more)
...I specialize in tutoring all topics in Mathematics, specifically, Calculus I,II, and III, Linear Algebra, Precalculus, and Statistics. Originally a Mathematics major, I hold a B.S. in Mathematics from the University of Maryland, College Park as well as a Masters with over 60 credits in advanced ... (read more)
...Varied teaching methods enhance the teacher's ability to communicate the content. 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 t... (read more)
After teaching Latin and English (and occasionally German) at the same high school for 30 years, I have recently retired and now teach study skills and SAT prep classes at the local community college. I was dual certified by the National Board of Professional Teaching Standards, something that less... (read more)