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Adam K.

Manchester, CT

$55/hr

Tutor Man: M.Ed. Learn Math and more! Teacher with 6 years experience!

Background check passed as of 12/28/12
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Tutor Man: M.Ed. Learn Math and more! Teacher with 6 years experience!

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Believe it or not, I make math fun! I know, that is a stretch, but if you hire me, you'll see. I carry this attitude with any subject I teach, even algebra and geometry! Education should be fun and I can always get some smiles and laughs out of my students! I also truly believe every student is smart and gifted, it just takes the right educator to help them see and believe it themselves.

I am a licensed mathematics teacher with a Master's in Education. I have five years of experience tutoring students of all ages through a variety of schools and private homes. Most recently I tutor students with special needs at Western Connecticut State University as their Math Specialist!

Through WyzAnt and other tutoring advertising over the past two years I have helped over 50 students reach amazing heights. One of my students earned a score of 2150 on his SAT, and another aced her geometry final when A's on tests had previously eluded her. A student who normally earns D's and C's on tests started earned B's and A's, and a student aiming for the nursing college program aced her placement exam and thus tested out of several college math courses. There are tons more stories I have to share, just ask!

Three years ago — as an AmeriCorps member and director of tutors at a high school in Massachusetts — I tutored over 100 students for more than 1,000 hours of tutoring. Before that, I educated students in many places including Westfield State University, at local high schools, and during the summers with Upward Bound.

During my teaching experience, I learned that while I may have a gift at teaching in the traditional classroom setting, I did not feel like classroom teaching was for me. I decided I would much rather continue educating in a much smaller setting through tutoring. I truly believe education is at its finest when done in such a setting. My desire to help students who were at risk of being left behind carried me on and motivated me to search for a more alternative way to follow my dream in an education career, and this is it!

Know this — all of my students at the very least find more confidence working with me and will earn at least one letter grade higher if they work hard as instructed!

I am always willing to be flexible with scheduling to suit the needs of my clients. I am also responsive to any budgetary concerns.

My current availability:
Sundays 3:15-4:30 PM, 6:30-8 PM

Testimonials

"Gifted Instructor"

- Camille, East Hartford, CT on 10/31/13
Adam replied on 10/31/2013

Thank you, Camille! I really enjoy helping your son explore new concepts and learning how to be excited by math. It is always a pleasure working with him!

"Very patient"

- Sheila, Manchester, CT on 8/28/13
Adam replied on 8/29/2013

Thank you for the great review, Sheila! Working with your son has been a blast! I am excited to be able to continue supporting him as he takes his College Algebra class. I can't wait until our next session!

"A truly gifted tutor."

- Leanne, Rocky Hill, CT on 7/10/13
Adam replied on 7/11/2013

Leanne, thank you so much for the very kind and touching review!

I enjoy working with your son very much and look forward to each and every lesson with him! It all started with Statistics, now it's Precalculus, and soon we'll tackle Chemistry. We'll get through this together no problem!

"Great wrap up."

- Mike, Glastonbury, CT on 6/17/13
Adam replied on 6/18/2013

Not a problem, it was my pleasure! Thank you so much for the chance to work with him!

Let me know how the final goes! Best of luck to him!

"Great tutor and communicator"

- Chris, Glastonbury, CT on 5/22/13
Adam replied on 5/23/2013

Thank you for the opportunity to work with your daughter, it was a pleasure helping her secure her place in her major! I wish her the best of luck in her college career!

"Adam helped my son get good score on SAT."

- Subba, Farmington, CT on 4/19/13
Adam replied on 4/19/2013

Thank you very much! It was awesome tutoring such a great student. Colleges are going to love him!

"For us, it is more than tutoring..."

- Kate, Wethersfield, CT on 1/7/13
Adam replied on 1/7/2013

Thank you Kate! I will continue to do my best to help him get through this class!

"Adam gave me confidence in my math abilities!"

- Laura, South Glastonbury, CT on 12/1/12
Adam replied on 12/3/2012

Thank you, Laura! It was an extreme pleasure tutoring you! Let me know when you're ready for more lessons!

"Customer Focused!"

- Rick, South Windsor, CT on 11/19/12
Adam replied on 11/20/2012

Thank you so much for your kind words! I will continue to work my hardest for your son and help him achieve even higher!

"Great teacher"

- Amy, Portland, CT on 11/6/12
Adam replied on 11/20/2012

I was so excited to hear that test went well, he deserved that grade so much! He is such a hard worker and a great person all around!

I had no idea you tried other tutors, thank you for making me feel awesome!

See you soon!

"This guy knows his stuff!"

- Cassandra, Somers, CT on 10/19/12
Adam replied on 10/19/2012

Thank you! I'm so glad she enjoys our sessions! I can't wait for our next session!

"Excellent math tutor"

- Christian, Hebron, CT on 9/29/12
Adam replied on 10/1/2012

Thank you for your kind words! I really enjoy tutoring your son and I can't wait to see him Tuesday. See you then!

"Excellent tutor"

- Agatha, East Hartford, CT on 9/11/12
Adam replied on 9/12/2012

Thank you, Agatha! I can't wait to help your son improve further! I'll see you two later!

"Great tutor!"

- Lee, Columbia, CT on 8/26/12
Adam replied on 8/27/2012

Thank you for your awesome feedback! It has and always will be a pleasure tutoring you! You have a great future ahead of you!

"Great Tutor"

- Kristan, Manchester, CT on 8/11/12
Adam replied on 8/27/2012

Thank you for your kind words! Your kids are great and I can't wait to teach them more!

Science:
Biology,
Chemistry
Language:
ESL/ESOL
Special Needs:
ADD/ADHD,
Aspergers
Sports/Recreation:
Table Tennis

Approved subjects are in bold.

Approved subjects

In most cases, tutors gain approval in a subject by passing a proficiency exam. For some subject areas, like music and art, tutors submit written requests to demonstrate their proficiency to potential students. If a tutor is interested but not yet approved in a subject, the subject will appear in non-bold font. Tutors need to be approved in a subject prior to beginning lessons.

ACT Math

To tutor for the Math portion of the ACT, I would use past released test items as practice questions so the student could get accustomed to their wording and get comfortable with the testing format. We would discuss strategies such as how to guess effectively and pacing. My main goal other than to help the student understand the material better would be to help the student feel more confident so he or she can feel as comfortable as possible on the test day.

ADD/ADHD

I have experience educating students with ADD/ADHD. The first two students I ever tutored while I was still in high school both had ADHD.

After that, in a more professional setting at multiple high schools and at Upward Bound's Summer Academy, I educated several students with these challenges.

Just like any other student, ADD/ADHD students just need an educator who is patient enough to learn their needs and the flexibility to roll with their rhythm.

Algebra 1

I have taught and tutored Algebra I in several schools to a very diverse population of students of a multitude of backgrounds and abilities.

Algebra is my favorite math subject to educate students in and I always have a blast doing so. This usually results in my students having a decent time as well. Some of them actually smile and laugh. Yes, can you believe it?

Algebra 2

Just like Algebra I, I have taught and tutored Algebra II in several schools to a very diverse population of students of a multitude of backgrounds and abilities.

The students I have tutored have experienced a huge boost in test grades and confidence!

Algebra is my favorite math subject to educate students in. In fact, I can all but guarantee my students will smile and laugh at least once per session while learning and gaining more confidence in algebra!

Aspergers

I have worked closely with students with Aspergers while teaching and tutoring. To me, these students just need an educator with the creativity to think of a project the student will truly love to engage in and use that as part of the lesson at hand. As long as the project promotes motivation in the student, then the lesson will be learned! For example, if the child was really into Origami but needed to learn 10 vocabulary words I would allow him or her to teach me a couple of foldings per word he or she spelled/defined correctly. The best part is that this could be as fun for the tutor as it is for the student!

ASVAB

I would love the opportunity to help a student prepare for the test that determines armed services eligibility!

To tutor for this I would utilize sample test questions to help the student get comfortable with the test format and question wording. I would also show the student how the test is scored and using that information the student and I would discuss and practice test taking strategies to optimize scores.

Biology

Biology is a fun topic that is close to my heart. For a time, I was thinking of being a eye doctor. I took a couple of biology courses in college, and they were some of my favorite classes.

I have tutored countless students in Biology. I helped students write lab reports, discuss sections in the textbook, and think critically about many aspects of the science.

Calculus

I taught a Maple Program Calculus lab at WPI for a semester. This was a very rewarding experience that taught me how to explain Calculus more casually so students of any ability can learn to grasp even the most daunting of topics.

I have also tutored Calculus 1 and 2 extensively with several students, and I love it. Calculus is super powerful and it is driving many developments in our world and I love to share this excitement with my students as I teach them this wonderful subject!

Chemistry

I have tutored several students through my Director of Tutors position in MA two years ago and last year as an Academic Coach.

The trick to understanding chemistry is to understand the mathematical formulas behind all the topics within the subject. This combined with my expertise in study skills I can help any chemistry student feel more confident in their studies and earn higher test scores!

College Counseling

Having worked at Upward Bound, a college preparatory program for low income first generation students, for four summers I feel confident in counseling students on their college endeavors. I know a myriad of ways to effectively search information about colleges and anything I need more information on I can easily find out using my network of past colleagues including several academic advisors.

Elementary (K-6th)

I have tutored elementary students in a variety of settings through my college education courses.

Elementary Math

I have been teaching and tutoring mathematics for five years to a variety of ages.

I tutored elementary math to several students, and I must say I love teaching children! They truly find wonder in all aspects of academics if the material is presented in an exciting way. I always strive to make that wonder shine through with every lesson I give!

ESL/ESOL

While I was in charge of a academic success/tutoring center in a high school, I tutored countless ESL/ESOL students. While discussing the differences in our native languages we also discussed differences in our home cultures which was fascinating and thus a very rewarding experience. I would love the opportunity to help more students learn English!

In the same setting I also worked closely with the school's ESL coordinator and lead teacher. Together we advocated for the ESL students and helped many teachers educate this population of students more effectively.

Geometry

I have taught and tutored Geometry in several schools to a very diverse population of students of a multitude of backgrounds and abilities. Geometry was the first subject I ever taught and as such it could be argued that I learned the most about teaching from teaching this subject. I learned to be a very flexible teacher, ready to explain topics in a myriad of ways so that a student of any ability can grasp the material.

The students I have tutored have earned higher test grades and confidence. For example I helped a D student start to earn As and Bs! Another I helped aced her final!

Grammar

Through my extensive experience tutoring for the English portion of the SAT I have become very skilled at fixing and improving the grammar of my students! English is a very complex language and I welcome more opportunities to help students master this beautiful language!

GRE

Having gone to graduate school after passing the GREs, I understand the test and its demands. I would love to help someone prepare for it!

Microsoft Excel

For many of my math graduate courses I depended on Microsoft Excel to utilize complicated formulas, form arguments for my longest papers, and organize my work. Being a licensed teacher, I am sure that I can help impart what I've learned onto students!

Microsoft PowerPoint

Throughout college, I used PowerPoint several times to perform presentations; in teaching, I used it to play Who Wants To Be A Millionaire; and recently, I used it personally to make business cards. I know how to use PowerPoint to do many things and I welcome the opportunity to teach a student how to be just as versatile with the program!

Microsoft Word

Throughout high school and college, I have written countless papers on Microsoft Word. I have experienced the evolution of this software and I understand how multiple versions of it work all the way from Windows 95 to the present. Being a teacher, I am fully confident in my ability to convey my knowledge onto a student who wishes to learn more about this amazing piece of software!

Prealgebra

I have experience tutoring Prealgebra students who were very behind in their math skills. Despite feeling lost and a harboring a huge hate for math, I have found ways to turn that around and get them excited for it! I helped them forge a strong algebraic foundation filled with skills that will translate to the later Algebra I and Algebra II subjects!

Precalculus

I have tutored Precalculus before and it is one of my favorite subjects. This is when math starts to get powerful, in my eyes, and I would love the chance to help even more students get excited about it too.

I have helped students earn much higher grades on tests! For instance I have helped a student start earning As on her tests when before she would make several small mistakes. It's all about preparation and equipping the right attitude!

Probability

I have tutored many students in probability before and I would love the chance to do so again.

Probability can be a difficult subject. In high school probability often threw me for a loop, but I came out stronger mathematically because of the hard work I had to put into it. I know I can help a student feel more confident in this subject and I would love the chance! (Pun definitely intended!)

PSAT

For four summers I taught a seminar to help students prepare for the math portion of the SAT.

To tutor for PSATs, I would use practice tests and help the student improve his or her scores. I would also teach the student all about the PSAT and SAT, how they are scored, when to guess and when to skip the question, and how to best prepare for the tests.

SAT Math

For four summers, I taught a seminar to help students prepare for the math portion of the SAT. During those seminars, visitors from the Princeton Review taught me the same tricks they teach their students to reach the highest score possible. So, I know all the best test taking strategies!

To tutor for the Math portion of the SAT, I would use past released test items as practice questions so the student could get accustomed to their wording and get comfortable with the testing format in addition to reviewing tested material and better understanding it. We would discuss strategies such as how and when to guess effectively and pacing. We would also discuss how these strategies best fit in with how the individual student tests. Through this, my main would be to increase a student's confidence so he or she can feel as comfortable as possible on the test day.

SAT Reading

During the SAT prep seminars I taught in the past, visitors from the Princeton Review taught me the same tricks they teach their students to reach the highest score possible. So, I know all the best test taking strategies!

To tutor for the reading portion of the SAT, I would use past released test items as practice questions so the student could get accustomed to their wording and get comfortable with the testing format. We would discuss strategies such as how and when to guess effectively and pacing. We would also discuss how best these strategies fit in with how the individual student tests. Through this, my main goal would be to increase a student's confidence so he or she can feel as comfortable as possible on the test day.

Spelling

I am a huge fan of studying via silly songs, funny images, etc. Our brains recall things more easily when they are made memorable, and this is how I became good at spelling in school. When studying, in addition to daily repetition before the day of the spelling test, I'd come up with fun ways to remember spellings. Now, as a teacher, I'd love the chance to teach a student how to do the same!

Study Skills

I am a licensed Mathematics Teacher with a Master's In Education. In every class I have taught, assisted, or tutored I have showed the students a multitude of methods to study effectively.

I also teach my students about the "Forgetting Curve." This helps students understand that with how the brain works naturally, one needs to review material regularly otherwise the brain deems the information not important and forgets it.

Table Tennis

I have played Table Tennis since I was six years old. My step father taught me all he knew and from there I played very competitively with all my friends while growing up. I've also played in a few local tournaments and always won at least a couple of matches.

Using my Masters in Educaton and love of the Ping Pong, I welcome the chance to teach a player how to serve, spin, and spike!

Trigonometry

I have tutored many students in Trigonometry. I look forward to the challenge of doing so again!

Trigonometry can be a tricky math subject. In fact, when I was in high school Trigonometry was very challenging for me. But, I rose above that challenge with hard work and dedication. I would love more students in this subject so I can help them do the same! When students fight through hard subjects such as this, that is when their brains grow the most!

Vocabulary

My experience tutoring several SAT students on the English portion of the test has given me a robust vocabulary. This in addition to the innumerable papers I have written throughout my extensive education where I always challenged myself to find and use at least one new word on each and make the word my own for future use. All of this combined with my teaching proficiency and you have a vocabulary teacher! I’d love the chance to help more students’ vocabulary via studying for the SATs and outside of it!

Adam’s Resources

Tutors have the ability to create educational resources and share them with the WyzAnt community. Here are some of the resources created by Adam. View all of Adam’s resources

This will be my second year being a full time private tutor, and I could not be more excited! Last year I helped 50 students in a multitude of ways: improve their grades, gain confidence in their studies and themselves, improve their homework habits, get into college, and stay in college! Each of my students came from a different background and experience and needed different things to make... read more

This is a great question!  I'll be glad to help. Subtraction: To subtract by adding, just add negative numbers and thus move left on the number line (subtracting) instead of moving right (adding).      Example: 2 - 3 = 2 + (-3) = -1                                                                                                   ...

z+7/8 = z+8/9 (answer)

The only way this is equation is a true statement is if 7/8 and 8/9 are the same fraction and they are not. Think about balancing in algebra: z = z, sure, but when you add one fraction to one side you need to add the same fraction to the other side.  Since you are not adding the same fraction...

Westfield State College
Mathematics and Edu
Westfield State University
Master's
Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI)
Graduate Coursework

Education

Westfield State College (Mathematics and Edu)

Westfield State University (Master's)

Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) (Graduate Coursework)

Gifted Instructor — I am really glad I hired Adam to tutor Math to my 6th grader. Not only is my son doing well, but he looks forward to the tutoring sessions each week. It is as if Adam completely reinvents the process of learning Math by eliminating the "challenges", making it fun and exciting with a twist of adventure. I absolutely wish there are more teachers like Adam around. He offers lots of positive reinfor ...

— Camille, East Hartford, CT on 10/31/13

Hourly fee

Standard Hourly Fee: $55.00

Cancellation: 2 hours notice required

My rate is negotiable, please don't hesitate to contact me with your needs! Also, please discuss group rates and multiple hours rates with me. The rate may be adjusted based on distance traveled.

Travel policy

Adam will travel within 12 miles of Manchester, CT 06040.


About Adam

Believe it or not, I make math fun! I know, that is a stretch, but if you hire me, you'll see. I carry this attitude with any subject I teach, even algebra and geometry! Education should be fun and I can always get some smiles and laughs out of my students! I also truly believe every student is smart and gifted, it just takes the right educator to help them see and believe it themselves.

I am a licensed mathematics teacher with a Master's in Education. I have five years of experience tutoring students of all ages through a variety of schools and private homes. Most recently I tutor students with special needs at Western Connecticut State University as their Math Specialist!

Through WyzAnt and other tutoring advertising over the past two years I have helped over 50 students reach amazing heights. One of my students earned a score of 2150 on his SAT, and another aced her geometry final when A's on tests had previously eluded her. A student who normally earns D's and C's on tests started earned B's and A's, and a student aiming for the nursing college program aced her placement exam and thus tested out of several college math courses. There are tons more stories I have to share, just ask!

Three years ago — as an AmeriCorps member and director of tutors at a high school in Massachusetts — I tutored over 100 students for more than 1,000 hours of tutoring. Before that, I educated students in many places including Westfield State University, at local high schools, and during the summers with Upward Bound.

During my teaching experience, I learned that while I may have a gift at teaching in the traditional classroom setting, I did not feel like classroom teaching was for me. I decided I would much rather continue educating in a much smaller setting through tutoring. I truly believe education is at its finest when done in such a setting. My desire to help students who were at risk of being left behind carried me on and motivated me to search for a more alternative way to follow my dream in an education career, and this is it!

Know this — all of my students at the very least find more confidence working with me and will earn at least one letter grade higher if they work hard as instructed!

I am always willing to be flexible with scheduling to suit the needs of my clients. I am also responsive to any budgetary concerns.

My current availability:
Sundays 3:15-4:30 PM, 6:30-8 PM

Testimonials

"Gifted Instructor"

- Camille, East Hartford, CT on 10/31/13
Adam replied on 10/31/2013

Thank you, Camille! I really enjoy helping your son explore new concepts and learning how to be excited by math. It is always a pleasure working with him!

"Very patient"

- Sheila, Manchester, CT on 8/28/13
Adam replied on 8/29/2013

Thank you for the great review, Sheila! Working with your son has been a blast! I am excited to be able to continue supporting him as he takes his College Algebra class. I can't wait until our next session!

"A truly gifted tutor."

- Leanne, Rocky Hill, CT on 7/10/13
Adam replied on 7/11/2013

Leanne, thank you so much for the very kind and touching review!

I enjoy working with your son very much and look forward to each and every lesson with him! It all started with Statistics, now it's Precalculus, and soon we'll tackle Chemistry. We'll get through this together no problem!

"Great wrap up."

- Mike, Glastonbury, CT on 6/17/13
Adam replied on 6/18/2013

Not a problem, it was my pleasure! Thank you so much for the chance to work with him!

Let me know how the final goes! Best of luck to him!

"Great tutor and communicator"

- Chris, Glastonbury, CT on 5/22/13
Adam replied on 5/23/2013

Thank you for the opportunity to work with your daughter, it was a pleasure helping her secure her place in her major! I wish her the best of luck in her college career!

"Adam helped my son get good score on SAT."

- Subba, Farmington, CT on 4/19/13
Adam replied on 4/19/2013

Thank you very much! It was awesome tutoring such a great student. Colleges are going to love him!

"For us, it is more than tutoring..."

- Kate, Wethersfield, CT on 1/7/13
Adam replied on 1/7/2013

Thank you Kate! I will continue to do my best to help him get through this class!

"Adam gave me confidence in my math abilities!"

- Laura, South Glastonbury, CT on 12/1/12
Adam replied on 12/3/2012

Thank you, Laura! It was an extreme pleasure tutoring you! Let me know when you're ready for more lessons!

"Customer Focused!"

- Rick, South Windsor, CT on 11/19/12
Adam replied on 11/20/2012

Thank you so much for your kind words! I will continue to work my hardest for your son and help him achieve even higher!

"Great teacher"

- Amy, Portland, CT on 11/6/12
Adam replied on 11/20/2012

I was so excited to hear that test went well, he deserved that grade so much! He is such a hard worker and a great person all around!

I had no idea you tried other tutors, thank you for making me feel awesome!

See you soon!

"This guy knows his stuff!"

- Cassandra, Somers, CT on 10/19/12
Adam replied on 10/19/2012

Thank you! I'm so glad she enjoys our sessions! I can't wait for our next session!

"Excellent math tutor"

- Christian, Hebron, CT on 9/29/12
Adam replied on 10/1/2012

Thank you for your kind words! I really enjoy tutoring your son and I can't wait to see him Tuesday. See you then!

"Excellent tutor"

- Agatha, East Hartford, CT on 9/11/12
Adam replied on 9/12/2012

Thank you, Agatha! I can't wait to help your son improve further! I'll see you two later!

"Great tutor!"

- Lee, Columbia, CT on 8/26/12
Adam replied on 8/27/2012

Thank you for your awesome feedback! It has and always will be a pleasure tutoring you! You have a great future ahead of you!

"Great Tutor"

- Kristan, Manchester, CT on 8/11/12
Adam replied on 8/27/2012

Thank you for your kind words! Your kids are great and I can't wait to teach them more!

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Education

Westfield State College
Mathematics and Edu
Westfield State University
Master's
Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI)
Graduate Coursework

Education

Westfield State College (Mathematics and Edu)

Westfield State University (Master's)

Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) (Graduate Coursework)


Tutor Policies

Cancellation
2 hours notice required

My rate is negotiable, please don't hesitate to contact me with your needs! Also, please discuss group rates and multiple hours rates with me. The rate may be adjusted based on distance traveled.

Travel Radius
Travels within 12 miles of Manchester, CT 06040

Adam’s Subjects

Science:
Biology,
Chemistry
Language:
ESL/ESOL
Special Needs:
ADD/ADHD,
Aspergers
Sports/Recreation:
Table Tennis

Approved subjects are in bold.

Approved subjects

In most cases, tutors gain approval in a subject by passing a proficiency exam. For some subject areas, like music and art, tutors submit written requests to demonstrate their proficiency to potential students. If a tutor is interested but not yet approved in a subject, the subject will appear in non-bold font. Tutors need to be approved in a subject prior to beginning lessons.


Adam’s Resources

Tutors have the ability to create educational resources and share them with the WyzAnt community. Here are some of the resources created by Adam. View all of Adam’s resources

This will be my second year being a full time private tutor, and I could not be more excited! Last year I helped 50 students in a multitude of ways: improve their grades, gain confidence in their studies and themselves, improve their homework habits, get into college, and stay in college! Each of my students came from a different background and experience and needed different things to make... read more

This is a great question!  I'll be glad to help. Subtraction: To subtract by adding, just add negative numbers and thus move left on the number line (subtracting) instead of moving right (adding).      Example: 2 - 3 = 2 + (-3) = -1                                                                                                   ...

z+7/8 = z+8/9 (answer)

The only way this is equation is a true statement is if 7/8 and 8/9 are the same fraction and they are not. Think about balancing in algebra: z = z, sure, but when you add one fraction to one side you need to add the same fraction to the other side.  Since you are not adding the same fraction...


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