...Many of those hours have been working with students on SAT/ACT prep, as well as CBEST prep. Many of my students had various disabilities, which I enjoyed helping them work through. I have learned that a disability label does not mean that there is a one-size-fits-all solution for all the students with that label; students are individuals with individual struggles and strengths. (read more)
...I also have a Master's degree in Business Administration. I was a Teaching Assistant while attending school for my undergraduate degree and a Graduate Aide while completing my Master's program. I have taught traditional classes as well as online courses at local colleges. (read more)
...I have used poster-sized short and long vowel words to help K-2 students learn, and I own 2 sets of phonics cards. I also utilize a set of "Bob" books, and I use my collection of word family books to help the student know about "ine", "ing", "ock", "ay", and others. I will also use phonics games, since learning can and should be enjoyable! (read more)
...My main goal is to break the content down for students and find areas of strength and weakness so we can use those as building blocks for the next math topic they are engaging in! Over the years, I have also tutored. I have tutored in-person and online. (read more)
...I am a recent medical school graduate with a passion to help students learn Anatomy. I expect hard work and diligence from my students because there are "no" shortcuts to greater "knowing."
I am willing to tutor other subjects listed on my profile as well. Just ask. (read more)