I take time to listen not only to the parents concerns, but to the child as well. I'm very caring, dependable, flexible, patient, and I love to make learning fun and relatable. I have worked with a range of different types of children from those who might be shy to those with ADHD or Bipolar to name a few. Learning can be very challenging for some, and it's my job to make it fun and a way for them to understand. Everyone learns differently and it's my job to find your child's best way of learning. I hope I can help your child learn and succeed on education journey!
I love helping! I really enjoy seeing a student's face light up when they finally understand what they were struggling on. I love seeing them get so excited when their grades improve knowing that their hardwork paid off. That is so rewarding to me!
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I first like to hear the parents concerns and then 1 on 1 I like to hear from the child what their concerns or challenges are. I then get to know them and observe them do a problem or two. Then I like to help them set goals of what they want to happen with tutoring. Lastly, I come up with a teaching plan and execute it. I make changes throughout if needed and the goal is the child better understands and their grades improve.
I'm currently a Purdue University student going for my Masters of Science in Psychology in Applied Behavior. I'm on the Chancellor's List, I'm part of SCLA and PSI CHI International Honor Society in Psychology. I have always been around children and knew I wanted a career helping children. Besides tutoring I was in childcare for 17 years. I continue today as well part time.
I require 1 hour minimum. I charge $20/hour paid in cash at the start of tutoring. If your child needs more than 1 hour that is absolutely fine! I just ask you pay for the whole time at the beginning of the session.
John needs 2 hours tutoring from 4pm - 6pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays. His parents would pay $40 in cash at 4pm on Tuesday and then again on Thursday.
I charge by the hour and not by the subject.
I was always a straight A student and enjoyed helping my friends with their homework as well as younger children that my mother watched at her in home daycare.
I have worked with a lot of students from shy to having mental health problems such as ADHD or Bipolar.
My advice would be to pick a person you feel is a good fit for you. You want someone who can understand your struggles, so they can truly help you.
They should ask why the teacher is tutoring or why they got involved with tutoring. Have they improved children's grades? Have they ever gave up on a student? How do they handle a difficult student?
I think these questions are really good to know and give a student and their parents a peace of mind.
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