Communication is the most important part of teaching. Often students are performing poorly because they do not understand the underlying concepts needed for their success. By listening to a student's concerns and probing with Socratic questions, great progress can be achieved.
Woburn, MAView Tutor
My experience includes 23 years teaching in a public school setting, both regular education students at 3rd grade level and special needs students K-5 in a resource room setting. My teaching methods include verbal instruction, demonstration, language experience, drill, use of audio-visual material...
Peabody, MAView Tutor
...I taught a low-level Algebra I class. My students all were special needs. One child was Autistic, one child was visually impaired and my other students had learning disabilities and were on ED PLANS.
Swampscott, MAView Tutor
...I am also one of five children, so I have learned to work one on one with students from a very young age! I work with students of all abilities and pride myself in making the learning process fun! I teach math every day in a 4th grade classroom.
Somerville, MAView Tutor
...Hence, I often ask for feedback and I never bill for a lesson in which the student or parent is not satisfied with my way of tutoring. I try to be flexible in time. I can offer makeup session while i do have a 24-hour cancellation policy.
Brockton, MAView Tutor