Looking forward to tutoring all students in Math (up to Alegebra 1), English and Science (K through 8th grade) and French (French 1, 2, 3 ).
I have been helping students for 2-3 years. If I can help you, I will let you know. Education is so important, and I am here to contribute my knowledge and skills.
I love the French language and culture. I have completed all honors classes French 1, 2 and 3. I am currently in Honors French 4. I have many experiences in France which include a French Exchange Program. I have taken AP and Honors classes, all with good grades. I am here to help!
She is concise with her responses and well thought out when helping me figure out problems.
1. Find out the student's requirements.
2. Determine their functioning level at present.
3. Demonstrate deep understanding of their goals.
4. Determine if I am the right person to meet these goals.
5. If so, determine the speed at which they are comfortable working on the subject matter.
6. Determine the best basic area to commence.
Having been through many years of education, I understand where teachers fall short in getting the students to understamd the concepts, and then the problem solving that reflects the concepts.
Sometimes students do not want to ask teachers because they are not comfortable. I welcome any and all questions, no matter how silly they may seem because I have been in their position.
Education: Senior in high school
By the hour or half hour. $30 per hour and $15 per half hour.
In school and outside of school I tutored fellow students and underclassmen.
I have worked with elementary students, middle schoolers, and freshmen and sophomores in highschool.
During my time in my Honors Cyber Science class, I worked on a project programming a robot to dance with a chosen song.
Firstly, I assembled the various parts, which came together to create a full, able bodied robot.
I then focused my attention on the software by writing the basic layout of my program.
Thirdly, I used trial and error to integrate the hardware AND the software to dictate to the robot the actions it will take.
Although there were various signaling malfunctions on the way due to the computer, I persevered, which took time and patience.
By the end, the project was successful and the robot showed some dance moves! Learning can be fun, especially when a problem or concept clicks, which sometimes requires some help.
Look for a teacher who enjoys helping students succeed, and assist the student happily. A teacher should have experience so that they have the skills and knowledge to assist. It can also help to have previous teaching experiences.
- Have I checked over my work to make sure there are no small mistakes I would know how to fix?
- Have I read the problem multiple times to ensure I am not missing any key information?
- Have I read the helpful material required, such as a textbook to understand what the problem is talking about?