Socratic Math OD
I’m a peer tutor at my college as well as an embedded tutor. So, I can cater to different students’ needs at the same time and add to what their teacher has to offer. I use the Socratic method, hands on approach, and random pop quizzes in the middle of activities. I promise, we will enjoy a lot of math together.
I am a student myself so, I enjoy experimenting new learning styles. Perks of a job like this is that I broaden my own understanding in my subjects by teaching. So, you can say that this is an extension of Socratic method that works for me.
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Frequently asked questions
What is your typical process for working with a new student?
We will literally get to a few problems until we figure out where exactly your doubts arise. Like I said, I like conversational approach to problem solving, and to keep things interesting, I will use pop culture reference, and for every painful error, I will ruin something you like for your perception. Math isn’t my only nerd-dom.
What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
So, I am a college student, I have opted for a tutoring certification this semester, and while I have finished my training, by next semester, I will have a pin to show off for it, other than that, I do this job at my college.
Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.
I do have a standard rate of $20/ hour, but that is because I do put in overtime effort— I personally craft exercises, handouts, and often times games and other example related exercise material, and while I do have my own courseload (double majoring is a pain), I also do my job best to my abilities. So, yes, I may be more demanding in my working, but that is only because I am willing to put in that effort with that level of commitment.