...that at the end of each tutoring session my students will have learned above all an abiding respect for reason: a lifelong conviction that they can understand reality and make sense of the world. However, a great teacher does much more than merely recite the content of his subject. I intend to encourage and motivate each one of my students to perform academically, at a level no less than their very best, yet there is...
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I have a bachelor's of arts in mathematics, and am enjoying life in reno Nevada before I go onto grad school. In my free time, I like to make mathematical animations and do creative writing.... I believe that when I am teaching it is important for me to balance the rigor of the content with the accessibility of how I present the information to the student. As a tutor I try to communicate as effectively as...
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I have 8+ years experience working with undergraduate students and lower in mathematics, science, reading, and programming. I have worked with students with learning disabilities for 2 years. I am passionate about helping my students to be successful!
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...These are my favorite subjects to tutor students in because they are subjects that I have a very good knowledge of and want to help people succeed in these areas. My methodology for tutoring people is as follows: [1] Find out exactly what parts of the math subject the student needs help with [2] Make a tentative schedule for going over the said parts. [3] Cover those parts to the point that the student has...
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I have an avid passion for all STEM fields, with a special focus on mathematics. I believe in invoking real-world examples into math problems, not only to help explain problems but to instill an appreciation for the subject as a whole. My other strengths include physics, engineering concepts, and computer programming.
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I began my career in Physics and Mechanical Engineering beginning at Earlham and finishing at Columbia University. I now work as a Software Engineer in finance. Historically, I've tutoring anything in math, hard science, or computer science. I'm willing to help any student.... Everyone is interested in math and physics. Anyone can learn these subjects. There just needs to be more time spent gaining mathematical literacy in this country.... Introduce myself and make the student as...
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...I am a graduate student and have been tutoring for over 10 years now. I am passionate about sharing my personal academic journey and the strategies I learned over the years to get straight A's. My interests include Psychology and Philosophy, as these were my undergraduate majors. I am also passionate about Anatomy and Physiology, Pathophysiology, and Pharmacology, which is what I am studying now as a Graduate student. I enjoy teaching creative writing, so...
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...at St. Joseph's college. I have been tutoring for 4 years for Eastern Suffolk BOCES in a migrant program. My favorite subject to teach or tutor is history. I enjoy learning about different cultures and their history. In my spare time I go to the gym and play basketball. I enjoy watching sports with friends and family. I am very active in my church and often spend time in church performing music.... If a student is...
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...being wrong keeps a student from realizing how close they are to "getting it". Teaching is collaboration. Rewarding and positive correction are the best ways to encourage students to keep trying even after a mistake is made. I also think that due to the nature of learning over time, focusing too long on one mistake, especially in grammar at least, is not as conducive as saying, good practice, we will keep working on this, and...
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I graduated from CU boulder with double majoring in physics and math. I worked for the CMS group(experimental particle physics), as an undergraduate research assistant and am currently a graduate student at the university of oregon.
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Final session. Today we reviewed the volume, area, and perimeter. The student did well calculating the volume of various shapes. We also reviewed converting units in the metric system. I showed her how to easily multiply and divide by multiples of ten. We also reviewed translating word problems and using key words to determine the operations that need to be performed. We worked on two step equalities and inequalities. We worked in her book through various review sections and problems. She said she felt confident and comfortable with the material on her review list.

Today with the student I started with basic place value and continuously got harder. We rounded to the nearest ten and then went all the way up to millions. We covered a lot of fraction material (different denominators, mixed numbers, adding fractions) and then also focused on long division. These are topics that are going to be continuously covered in our sessions because they need to become second hand nature. She did extremely well and is really a pleasure to work with.

Prior to the session, the student provided several sample pages from the placement tests he hopes to pass this summer. He also has a workbook that covers most algebra II and pre-calculus material. After discussing his goals and plans, we began work on the workbook. We worked on binomial expansion for most of our session. By the end of the session, he was able to use FOIL methods to expand polynomials, as well as work with a variety of expressions similar to polynomials.

We completed the test review packet, and the student made significant improvement. She has become better at completing problems on her own using the correct strategy, and fixing minor mistakes.

We worked on borrowing with large subtraction problems. We then worked on the concept that addition is the same as subtraction, just in a different order. The student thinks addition is easy but struggles with subtraction, so hopefully this concept will help. We spent the last part working on fractions.

The student and I met for the first time today. We did a quick review of second-grade math, which she has a good grasp of, with the exception of polygons (we will focus on polygons next time). We also did a state third-grade math test; again, polygons were a trouble spot, as were division and multiplication, which she hasn't really covered yet.