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I am a high school math teacher at a prestigious charter school in New Haven. My method is constructive - I assess the degree of comfort that a student has with the material first, then build on that understanding progressively. I have also helped many of my students with study skills and problem solving skills, in addition to explaining mathematics content. I have added several subjects beyond mathematics to my catalog, and I am happy to clarify my mastery of the material if you have any... [more]

Greetings! My name is Robert, and I am an educator with two Master's degrees. In addition to having been a graduate assistant, I have been in this field for more than 5 years, and have greatly appreciated the opportunity to work with many different students. I have previously worked as a math instructor and a tutor for secondary and college-level students. Math is what I studied in college and is the subject that I am the most comfortable tutoring. However, I received a liberal arts educatio... [more]

Hello! My name is Casey and I am a UCLA alumni with a degree in Psychology and Education. I currently am certified to teach Kindergarten through 6th grade all subjects, and have the majoring of my experience with 3rd and 4th grade. I have also worked with high school students. While I do love working in the classroom, I particularly excel at working with students one-on-one. I have worked with student on all ranges of the spectrum, as well as students with learning disabilities. Beyond th... [more]

I spent four years at Guilford College from 2012 - 2016 earning a Bachelor's of Science in Physics and a minor in Mathematics for the Natural Sciences. During my time at Guilford, I tutored students of all ages for a wide range of math and physics classes: K-12 and college mathematics and high school and college physics. I tutor for the "Ah-ha" moments. The "Ah-ha" means the tutee understands the core concepts of the material we're working on; and that means that after I've left the tutee ... [more]

Physics is all around us, embedded in everything we do. Learning physics is learning about our world and how it works. My approach is conceptual in nature. I use practical, real world examples to bring light to and understanding of physics concepts. While physics does have math in it (since the universe uses math to explain itself to us), math is only a tool to be used in forming our understanding. I am certified to teach high school physics by the State of Connecticut and have taught physics... [more]

I have been teaching about constellations and the night sky for over 30 years and more technical astronomy and astrophysics for about 20 years. I am on the planetarium staff at The Springfield (Massachusetts) Science Museum, which has just received major national accreditation. My background in teaching is to be as experiential as possible. I seek to make ideas accessible in as simple language as possible, while helping to understand more complex terms. I am always listening to the student and I will adapt to find ways to best meet the student's learning style. I have been successful at pre [more]

What marks a great teacher, one that stands out from the crowd? Certainly, any teacher must be knowledgeable in the subjects they teach, but more than that a great teacher possesses the ability to tailor their lessons and their very approach to fit their students. It requires the ability to find and match each student's pace and anticipate their needs and preferences. That is to say, in order for an educator to avoid becoming just another face in the academic crowd is to be sure that no stude... [more]

Hi, I'm Mike and my goal is to make math fun and approachable to all students. I have ten years' experience teaching high school math. I have experience working with students who are math challenged. I am able to help bring up their math scores. My goal is to get the most out of your student and help to improve their in-school performance. Tutoring to me is much more than homework help. I work with the student reteaching any topics that they may have missed or that they may feel foggy on.... [more]

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