I enjoy having a one-on-one relationship with my students where they can feel comfortable asking for help. To have the best outcomes from tutoring possible, I will not ask my students to necessarily work harder but to work smarter by utilizing strategies for success that I will help impliment into their studies.
I enjoy watching my students exceed their desired outcomes by having them take the lead in their learning. I like for my students to take the lead and because of this, they not only improve their English or math skills but also develop as individuals.
Kylie has tutored our daughter, a sophomore in Highschool, for several years. She is smart, kind, fun and patient. She has helped our daughter on several subjects. She’s a true find!
I first like to assess the level which the student is at over a short period of a few days as well as get an idea of what their goals are. Then I like to take an additional day to practice different learning strategies to see what type the student learns best at. Then, as we dive into tutoring, I focus on consistent, active practice rather than regualar testing. Real-life practice rather than sitting at a table going over worksheets is much more effective and realistic.
I got started teaching when I began college in 2015. I was an after school babysitter which eventually turned into a position with a greater focus on tutoring. I've been doing it ever since then.
Elementary, middle, and high school students.
Find someone you are comfortable around; a person that you trust in and makes you feel confident as you learn.
What are my goals? What has/hasn't worked for me in the past? What type of learning style do I work best at? Do I practice enough outside of my tutoring lessons?