Over 12 years experience in tutoring. Passion for learning. Classical and practical approach to learning. Love people especially young people.
I love turoring because I love the process of learning. I love to observe students discovering ideas and achieve goals.
Get to know student- background, what level, what resources already available
Establish their concern/need.
Discuss the problem and see how student approached solving the problem.
Bachelor in Mathematics from George Mason University.
Classical Education training from Classical Conversations.
I have been working with Homeschoolers and private schools.
I have worked with all types of learners. I have worked with students of all ages: elementary, middle, and high school.
i love to encourage and nourish learning in every individual. The unexamined life is not worth living. Socrates.
I also recently mentored a group of parents that needed guidance on what is the best school choice for their students. I believe that education plays a major role in a person's success and shape his/her worldview.
First and foremost, you should find a tutor that is able to break down the problem at your level. With math, there is a tendency for Math enthusiast that talks way over the head for the student. Addtionally, in order for students to grasp Math concept, it is important that practice takes place. Tutor should provide addtional drills to help solidify your understanding.
Student should evaluate his/her habit in the particular subject. If you want to learn something, then you can learn to do it. It does take discpline. Part of the fun in math is the ability problem solving. Think of it like solving a mystery. In solving anything, you must find clues. There is no "easy" way of solving, it just takes resolve.