Award-Winning Economics Tutors in Somerville, MA
Aaron ...worked as a Teaching Assistant, Research Assistant, and as an Actuary, and have a particular passion for teaching Mathematics. When tutoring I try to include visualizations and real world examples whenever I can so that it does not feel like a fruitless exercise. I help students reach their goals with a two-pronged approach: reinforcing and building upon strengths while targeting weaknesses. In my free time I exercise, play the piano and volunteer with the Jewish...
Paige ...in each student I have tutored thus far, and nothing makes me feel better than when I see that moment the student becomes proud of him or herself for accomplishing what we set out to do. I am very personable and I have worked with various types of students in terms of learning ability, personality, and age. I am also very reliable and loyal so you can always count on me. My hobbies include, reading,...
Panisa Hi! I'm Mink. I am an MBA student and I like teaching.
Chulalongkorn University - Bachelors, Banking and Finance
Babson College - Masters, Marketing
Michael ...scary, but turns into a means of truly learning this material and providing a strong foundation for the future. I also have extensive experience in the concepts and mathematics behind many economic topics. I have tutored in all of the premedical science subjects and have provided group review sessions as well as individualized help. I love helping students finally make connections with the material and become excited about learning again. Regardless of your starting level,...
University of Washington - BS, Biochemistry, Economics
Sophie I am a student at Tufts University studying Peace and Justice Studies and Sociology. I have a variety of experience tutoring K-12 students in all academic subjects. I strongly believe that each student learns differently. Therefore, I ensure that my teaching skills are adjusted so that they are an ideal fit for each student I tutor.... When a student is struggling with a particular skill or concept, I believe it is crucial to get to the bottom of the student's confusion. If there are core concepts that this idea builds upon, I would ensure that the student had a deep understanding of the more basic ideas. Then, I would use techniques to build on the core idea until the larger concept is understood.
Penelope ...as in one-on-one teaching. My teaching expertise coupled with my passion for knowledge and constant learning is what I will bring to the table with all of my students. I have lived, studied, and worked in both the United States and abroad and have the ability to work with students of all types of backgrounds. Additionally, I customize my lesson plans with each and every student based on their existing knowledge, interests, and goals.
Afton ...SAT prep has taught me that students learn best and have the most fun when they aren't afraid to make mistakes. Because of that, I work hard to build a relationship with my students based on the ideas that learning should be fun, that it's ok not to know the answer, and to never to afraid to ask questions. I think because of this, students feel comfortable and confident when learning new material.... The best way to learn is to not be afraid to make mistakes!
Joshua ...help students understand concepts that seem daunting to them at first. While tutoring math, it is very clear that each and every student has potential, and some use need guidance to discover what they are capable of. The best way to help someone learn is to show them how to take and active role in the learning process. Apart from tutoring, I also love painting in both oil and watercolor, playing rugby, and skiing.... My teaching philosophy is that each and every person has the potential to succeed at any subject. He or she just needs the right help and direction to unlock that potential.
Yale University - Current Undergrad, Ethics, Politics, and Economics
Max ...higher achievement. The student should never sit still in his/her academic achievements; rather he/she should always strive to improve and grow. It is my job to foster that hunger and to enable the student to progress at the right pace, to achieve his/her potential and then break the barrier even further! My hobbies include reading science fiction/fantasy novels, writing short stories, and playing tennis. I'm also an on-and-off Celtics fan. I am excited to work...
Rabah ...Northeastern University with a Bachelor in Business Administration concentrated in Finance and Economics. I'm a French native speaker with a good experience tutoring college and high school students. I love tutoring and sharing my knowledge with other people. I take the time to listen carefully to my students and try to find the best way to teach the material. My tutoring experience includes Math, Finance, Economics, French and Computer Science (Excel, VBA, Access, SQL).