I'm passionate about helping my students to turn what frustrates them into what they love. My specialty is in finding what blocks your ability to learn, and help you open the bottleneck.
My experience is that once the block is opened, learning comes naturally.
I am successful using this teaching method in various subjects. First are the basics - any gaps in reading
or numbers are going to affect all other learning.
Also, similarly, I found that I can teach the basic concepts of using a computer
or smart phone to people who didn't grow up around computers, and feel confused or uncomfortable using them.
I work with both kids and adults who want to improve their reading and understanding, and adults who never learned to read before. (Both in English
Do you need help with a special project? I helped ESL
and special needs
students pass the driver's test, the citizenship exam, learn to read medication labels, etc.
I'm a software engineer by day, but I have been tutoring since I was 12, and my first love was helping kids see the beauty in numbers. I still love doing that.
I am curious to hear from you, and find out what you need.
Note: I tutor primarily around Hackensack, NJ, Nyack, NY and anywhere in between.
10 hours notice required
Rates are based on subject matter and may be lower or higher than the default rate.
Groups: +50% for a second student and +25% for every additional student.
Late cancellation fee: 50%.
Travels within 7 miles of Hackensack, NJ 07601
Tutors have the ability to create educational resources and share them with the WyzAnt community.
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You need to divide the $ amount by the # of kilograms to find the cost per kg.
$2.11 / 3.25 kg = 0.6492...
The result is a money amount, so round the result to the hundredth place...
Cost per kg (buttons) = $0.65
Do the same for the metal...
I am a proud teacher! A student of mine, around my age, is an artist who wanted to learn basic computer skills.
She learned how to find the pictures of her art on her computer.
She learned how to sign up to websites, safely.
She learned how to attach files to her email, and
how to upload them to a website.
She went ahead and created an artist profile on Zatista.
Yesterday, I helped a new student understand some of the difficulties she is experiencing, and I wanted to share this here.
Studying in class is like taking a guided tour. If you trust your guide (the teacher,) you can follow into unknown territory, with an open mind. As you are exposed to new things you can ask questions, experience new activities,
and be guided out of...