Alex SAT, Math, And Java Tutoring
Regardless of what kind of personality each student has, I always succeed in helping students reach their goals. I provide both an entertaining and insightful learning experience.
My favorite part about working as a teacher and tutor is seeing students reach an epiphany, where they piece together the concepts and realize why something is the way it is.
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Frequently asked questions
What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
Here is my SAT II Math score: 800/800 (100%)
My overall SAT score is 1500/1600:
CAASPP (California Assessments of Students Performance and Progress)
Mathematics: 2862/2862 (100%)
English Language Arts: 2795/2795 (100%)
I spent summer 2018 working at John Hopkins Center for Talented Youth and Camp Edventure More, where I taught students K-8 mathematics, physics, and programming. Currently, I work professionally as a teacher for Math and Language Arts at Eye Level Educational Center of Cupertino (http://eyelevelcupertino.com). At my current job as a teacher, I lecture students ages Pre-K through 10th grade, giving customized tutoring sessions, and assisting students with math and/or English for 6 hours a day from Tuesday to Saturday, teaching about 20 students daily.
Describe a recent event you are fond of.
A recent event I am fond of is how I dealt with an infamous student at my work place. My coworkers would often talk about this student, how he would never focus, how he would run around and do whatever he felt like, and would never get nearly as much work done as any other student. I however, when assigned to tutor him, was able to easily bring him under control, and the student was even able to finish the normal amount of classwork that is typically assigned. Suffice to say, my coworkers were very pleasantly surprised. Nowadays, I am typically assigned to tutor him, as my coworkers cannot seem to figure out how I work with the student.