Custom Tutoring

Custom Tutoring

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Offers online services
Offers online services

About

My name is Madison Brooks, and I am a student at Belmont University currently completing my undergraduate degree in psychology and elementary education. During this unprecendented time of remote learning for students of all ages, I am passionate about helping overworked parents engage their children in the new ways of education. I have worked with students ranging from Pre-K to 8th grade in various subjects and various capacities; creating lesson plans, providing one-on-one tutoring, giving extra academic and emotional supports to students who need it, managing multiple students at a time, and creating fun and innovative ways of learning. In attempt at increasing health and safety, my tutoring is only offered online. However, I will work with your student's needs to try to make online learning as personalized and engaging as it can be.


Details

1 employee
3 years in business
Serves Nashville, TN
Offers online services

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Abby P.

Madison is just the best! She is personable and just a ray of light every day when working with my son. She was great with my 4th grader and we would definitely recommend her to anyone who is looking for an elementary level tutor. She is flexible and made learning fun while having to learn from home! We adore her!
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August 07, 2020

Frequently asked questions

Identifying an individual student's needs is always the first step. A fun get-to-know-you game, learning about the student's interests, then asking specifically what they need help with makes for a more beneficial tutoring session.

I have worked with students of all ages creating lessons and providing homework help throughout my entire high school and college career. Additionally, I am currently working on my Master's in elementary education.

$30/hr for elementary lessons (PreK-5)

$40/hr for secondary lessons (6-12)

Before the first tutoring session, a student should consider:

- specific concepts they struggle with

- subjects they do not enjoy

- subjects they do enjoy

- their favorite way to learn; listening to someone tell them about a concept, building physical objects, writing out step-by-step plans, solving equations, reading instructions, etc.

- any problems they consistently have while learning; paying attention, writing, listening, mixing up numbers & letters, etc.


Services offered

Psychology