When I sit in class and see how students stare at the white board with the look of confusion and sometimes discouragement, I see myself at one point. Afraid to raise my hand and ask the teacher, the thousand and one questions I have on my mind about the problem or lesson that is being explained. In a tutoring session with me, I hope to create an atmosphere where you feel comfortable to ask all the questions that you have on your mind. That’s a goal I strive for with the students I mentor in the area of art as well as math.
I first determine your learning style, so that I can understand how it is you comprehend the subject matter because we all think and comprehend things differently. From there along with helping you with your homework or reviewing tests and quizzes, I help you learn and even research skills that fit to your needs. There are so many amazing resources out there that students do not take advantage of. Tutors will not always be there to hold your hand so it is important that you know how to help yourself.
I have exhibited in the Fort Lauderdale museum of art and attended Savannah College of Art and Design. Currently I am a graphic designer for companies and local businesses all while attaining my degree in mathematics education. To some math and art are two completely different worlds, but little are aware of how much those worlds often collide. For example, my knowledge in Calculus helped me with the design of some products for a hair line.
Recently I worked with K-5 students which are more difficult to teach than I originally thought, but as my patience and understanding of the art of teaching grew, the way I reacted with the students improved and the response was amazing; particularly with the autistic students.
I hope to hear from you soon, do not hesitate to send an email my way.
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