...The learner should be comfortable with mathematics and take risks without experiencing failure, is of paramount importance. Hopefully, they will become active and independent learners, who view learning as a lifelong process and develop a love for learning. I deem that the focus should be on the whole person, including physical, social, emotional, and intellectual growth. (read more)
...This way your brain has time to organize the material in a meaningful way.
2) Take notes: writing is very important to the learning process because it requires the student to take what s/he has heard or read, process it, and put it in their own words. Translating information into your own words... (read more)
22 Subjects: includingACT Reading,English,ACT English,ACT Math
...I have been tutoring ever since before I started student teaching which was around seven years ago. I worked at a small tutoring center for about a year helping elementary and middle school students with pacing math challenges. I also provided private tutoring to high school students as well as early college students in the introductory college algebra classes. (read more)
...I also graduated early from high school and started college at seventeen. In college, I took advanced English courses and passed them with A's. I have experience writing papers up to ten pages long and citing sources. (read more)
...I have loved math from age 14 in high school. As a high school student, I breezed through accelerated classes (1/2 year courses) until I was learning calculus as a junior. I started tutoring at age 15 and created a solid business in the Lafayette area. (read more)