Award-Winning Elementary Math Tutors in East Cambridge, MA
Lexy ...angle maze to teach geometric angle theorems. I am a proponent of the mindset that learning to learn is much more important than learning pure information, so I always focus more on the process than the outcome. I love to teach, and I hope to work in a high school some day!
Boston College - BA, English, Secondary Education
Joel ...I am communicating. I am thorough and meticulous in my method of tutoring, and I try to make sure my student fully comprehends the scope of what they're learning. Aside from that, I enjoy meeting people, drawing and going to art shows, experimenting with circuits, playing volleyball, and going to the beach.
University of Central Florida - BS, Electrical Engineering
Casey ...all aspects of the subject. I have a strong foundation in multiple choice exams and test-taking strategies. I really like to stress a knowledge of material, but I also am very big on studying smarter, not harder. Additionally, graduate school has prepared me very well for subjects such as anatomy and physiology. I would venture...
The Ohio State University - BA, Psychology
MGH Institute of Health Professions - DPT, Physical Therapy
Hannah ...been tutoring regularly for the past 4 years and coming from Boston, I wanted to continue the work I was doing. I love teaching students of all levels, and I am excited to work with a broad range of students through Varsity Tutors. I want to become a high school teacher, but tutoring is something...
Washington University in St Louis - BA, Physics
Jennifer ...best motivator. Learning should be an enjoyable and enriching experience. I also believe that answers should not be readily given. To truly grasp a subject material, students need to engage their critical thinking and problem solving skills throughout the learning process. No one ever said that learning and studying would be easy, but I am...
Worcester Polytechnic Institute - Bachelor of Science, Biomedical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering
Boston University - MS, Biomedical Engineering
Kira ...in the New York area to help prepare them for various exams as well as help them with subjects taken in school, for example helping students go from a 1400 to an 1850 on the SAT. I have worked with many chemistry students because I minored in chemistry at Wellesley and hope to become a...
Wellesley College - Bachelors, Russian Language and Literature
Northeastern University - Current Grad Student, Masters of Arts in Teaching Secondary Education
Tiffany ...an opportunity that allowed me to create hands-on creative lessons and gain more experience tutoring and teaching. I tutored as an undergrad, and I absolutely love science (and math too!) I have taken a multitude of science courses as an undergrad and throughout medical school and feel very comfortable with most science based subject areas.
University of Florida - BS, Nutrition, Pre-Med
Doctorate in Medicine - M.D, Tufts University School of Medicine
State Certified Teacher
Eliza ...and Environmental Policy with coursework in Urban Policy. While in school, I worked as a classroom tutor in various Los Angeles high schools, tutoring a variety of subjects ranging from English to Physics. Of the subjects I taught, my favorite is definitely Math, and Algebra in particular. Because many students struggle with Algebra, I find...
Occidental College - BA, Urban and Environmental Policy
Pia I am a passionate Math teacher who loves to help students understand difficult concepts. I love the challenge of finding different ways to explain topics in math.
University of Massachusetts-Lowell - BS, Math
University of Massachusetts-Lowell - MS, Math
Adrian ...opinion, the difference between a teacher and a tutor. I also pride myself on creating a lasting impression on the student. After all, if the student's performance decreases when I leave, I really have not done my job. I have a natural gift for Math and Science tutoring, with various approaches to every problem. My...
Massachusetts Institute of Technology - BS, Economics