Tutoring requires some knowledge and lots of experiences. I have lots of experiences on Math tutoring. First, I like Math, and I work hard with other students. Second, I was Math tutor in my country. I tutored pupils, high school students and sometimes college ones. Finally I worked with close friends in Community College of Philadelphia. We used to work with algebra 118, pre-calculus one and two, and calculus (171). The most important thing is that my grades on Math are A and B.
According to my experiences, I did several works with students. When I was a tutor, I first checked to make sure if a student followed a teacher's explanation. I usually asked him or her one or two questions concerning his or her lesson. I explained to him or her if a student confused. After that step, I went through the homework. I always did all assignments that a teacher gave to a student. In addition, I chose the exercises which had critical thinking, and I asked a student to explain to me what he or she thought about those exercises. That method helped students to be prepared for a test or an exam.
Finally, I spent five to ten minutes to help students open their minds. I told them to think and to find their own ways to come up with a same answer. Some students told me that a method helped them to be very good on Math. Other said that it helped them to understand all subjects such as physics and others.
Tutoring requires a tutor to go over all assignments that a teacher gives. It also recommends a tutor to use all strategies that may help students to improve themselves. It also good for a tutor to help students to get some skills of learning. My objective is to help students to pass with good grades, and I want to encourage them to study very hard.
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