As a computer science major at Middlebury College, I have taken math courses ranging from introductory algebra to more advanced and theoretical topics such as linear algebra.
I am willing to tutor a wide range of math topics for students during the summer looking to solidify their understanding of any math topics. I work with students to understand their individual needs within an area of mathematics before I begin any form of teaching. By doing this, I can create an individual curriculum for each student to excel in their own individual way.
In highschool I would help my friends with harder topics in math courses, often having them come to my house to better understand said topics. I have even prepared peers for collegiate algebraic placement exams.
I am currently interning at a hedge fund, and if you would like to see my out of school work experience, here is my linkedin profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/henry-mooers-517369165/
I graduated from Norwell High school with a 3.87 GPA, and I have continued my mathematical studies at Middlebury College.
The ability to enrich another persons knowledge of any subject is something that gives me great joy, and I would love to offer that enrichment to those looking for some help in mathematics. Seeing the "lightbulb" go off in a students mind is truly amazing, and I would love to offer that comprehension to any student seeking help in mathematics.
Henry’s way of breaking down challenging problems into simple steps that are proven to work every time made it super easy for me to grasp the content. Very patient and didn’t stop until he knew that i was extremely confident in my own abilities!
I first pinpoint the topic that the student is having trouble with. My next step is not to jump into teaching the topic. Rather, I ask the student why they do not understand the topic, or what about the topic confuses them. I believe that blindly jumping into lecturing and drilling will only serve to confuse the student more. I separate myself by working closely with each individual student's confusion or area to improve, and then begin tailoring a unique solution for that specific student. I find this to be a better way to help a student learn and grow.