There are many ways to improve oneself. None is quite like the power you get from educating yourself on how to better perform. As America moves forward, jobs are requiring more technical knowledge and expertise. And yet at the same time, the education system is bogged down and many students aren’t able to receive the individual attention that is really required to help them flourish. I can help you by providing that individual attention and modeling that is so necessary.
As a mathematics and physics double major in my senior year, my peers and superiors are continually surprised by my passion and knowledge on these two subjects. They are what I want to devote my life to studying. That passion is one of the essential qualities that I bring as a tutor. But knowledge and passion, while vital, are not the only things that one must possess to be a good tutor; one must also be able to expertly communicate the ideas and knowledge to the student. Over the last few years, my experience with communications training has been sharpened and honed through leadership positions at various summer camps, a successful high school speech and debate career, martial arts instructing, and tutoring my peers in their subjects to help them improve.
My general structure for tutoring is to first review the student’s current standing in the subject, usually through previous tests, and then to have them preform some problem solving in the subject to further ascertain the student’s level of skill. Having done that, a curriculum is then developed from that information. This will be a plan that will coach the student to greater success through multiple rounds of problem solving and personal feedback, building their confidence and proficiency.
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