Versatile Tutoring

Versatile Tutoring

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Hello future students! My name is Justin Webster and from 2015 until 2021, I was a Substitute Teacher for Chicago Public Schools. Prior to that I was an Afterschool Counselor for the YMCA. Even when I was in elementary school and high school, I occassionally worked with young students.


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2 years in business
Serves Pooler , GA
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My process for tutoring is to identify the academic area of struggle, learn how my student receives information, and devise a plan that will help my student absorb and understand the subject. I believe my biggest strength lies in my ability to break subjects down and make them understandable using the hobbies of the student. Outside of being a substitute teacher, this is a skill I exercised when I helped instruct martial arts when my sensei couldn't. I eventually because his junior instructor from 2016-2020.

While I have a B.A. in Business Administration with a minor in Economics, since college I have been an after school and summer counselor for the YMCA. In 2016, I became a substitute teacher for Chicago Public Schools until May 2021. 

Being new to tutoring, I would say $20/hr.

I've always loved working with children and when I worked for the YMCA, I just decided to give being a substitute teacher a try and loved it.

I have worked with students from pre-k to high school, from general population to special education.

A recent memory I'm fond of is getting to have a memory of my father celebrating my birthday with before he passed away. My father was always in my life and we had a relationship, but it was from a distance. Since I never had a strong memory of celebrating my birthday with me, he made sure to visit me for a few days for my 28th birthday. He later made his transition in September, 2021.

Some questions I think students should think through before talking to teachers are:

1. What is being asked of me?

2. Is there a formula I should be using? If so, what components am I missing?

3. Is the a factor, like time, speed or, wieght, that I need to convert?

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