I tutor kids after work at any of the local libraries that need help in either math or language arts. I only tutor kids from k-6 grade that have difficulties grasping or retaining information in either subjects to help them move on to the next level on their academic education.
I feel satisfied once the parents begin by telling me that their child is successful in school or that they are getting better grades. I love when kids feel confident enough to be independent to do work on their own when I ask for them explain to me how they got the answer. I want students to know that it takes time to get good at something and that is a satisfying feeling for me that I've been able to explain to them in depth what they could not grasp before.
That she is very clam when she explains the subject . She to connect to the kids that she is working with. Also that she try different metond of explaining and she doesn’t get mad at the kids when they don’t know something.
I usually like to meet with the student prior to working with them to get to know what areas a student is struggling with. I also like to meet one of the parents to let them know the rules of services and to put them at ease with whatever questions they might have.
I have been working for the school district since October of 1999. I work with small groups and 1:1 academic instruction.
I usually charge $25-30 an hour.
I started volunteering at my kid's school when they were younger and I really enjoyed the environment and applied for a position as a paraeducator.
I have worked with all types of students from kids with learning difficulties and students that have IEP'S.
I just had a student that graduated from elementary school and the parent got a hold of me to let me know, that her child had made the honor roll in middle school! I enjoy working with kids that put the effort to learn and that show academic improvement in all areas.
How long they have been tutoring and what is the success rate.
The first question would be to see if they are using the grade standards or if they are using the common core instructional methodology