...I'd be an outstanding math tutor because the money is not the only reason I tutor. I tutor because I saw kids being left behind in school when they did not have to be. It hurts me to see someone's chance at success be lessened because they weren't shown how to do something in a manner that they could learn it. (read more)
...I also am successful at developing a positive working rapport with my students with a sensitive, caring, non-condescending approach and attitude toward their academic development. I employ modeling, manipulatives, real-life problems with some drill and practice to ensure full comprehension and skill attainment. I also assess through observation, quizzes and discussion. (read more)
...Solving everyday problems.
12. Focus on student's class problems and areas of need, and
offer tutoring sample problems. A licensed engineer with 25+ years experience, I have a BSCE degree in civil engineering from USC. (read more)
...I have instructed K-12 math with Mathnasium Learning Center, improving basic math facts, fluency and number sense. I taught for two years in first-year Engineering Foundations, including applied math, physics, and engineering principles. I completed a Math Minor. (read more)
...After teaching for 10 years in two universities, I took retirement. Thereafter, I have taught mathematics and physics in a high school for 16 years. I still teach electrical engineering, mathematics and physics to help out young students. (read more)