California State University, San Bernardino (Political Science)
My name is Austin and I am a currently a student at California State University, San Bernardino. I am majoring in Political Science as well as minoring in Pre-Law as well as Criminal Justice. In addition to my academic studies, I am also an Air Force ROTC Cadet. I am a dedicated student all the way around and understand what it takes to succeed, as demonstrated by being on the Dean's List numerous times.
However enough about me and more about what I can do for your student. If you are looking for someone who will aid as well as empower your child to achieve what they are truly capable of, I am your guy. My experience ranges from tutoring elementary age children all the way up to high school students.
In one of my tutoring experiences I was able to take a young man who was in his second year at Rancho Cucamonga High School from a relative 2.8 GPA all the way up to a 3.4 GPA by the time he gradated. This was achieved by giving this young man the tools he needed to succeed. These were everything from simple study tips to shortcuts for mathematical equations. Once this student had the correct tools in his toolbox, the results were nearly instantaneous. I have found that sometimes all it takes is getting that light bub to turn on and the results follow suit.
One of the biggest factors that have contributed to my success is my ability to establish a connection of trust that a teacher who has 30+ pupils at one time simply cannot establish. In addition given my relatively young age, I find I am able to relate to my students on a more personal level more so than someone 10 or so years older. With that, the students feel more comfortable asking questions, which in turn leads to them absorbing the material at a much faster rate. I know what the keys to success are, and I look forward to enabling your children with these keys to allow them to achieve what you and I both know they are capable of.
I am able to break down the solutions step by step with my students. This method of teaching is called E.D.G.E. This acronym stands for Educate Demonstrate Guide Enable. First, I talk about the basic math principle that we are going to be utilizing in the particular problem. Next, I demonstrate step by step how to solve a particular problem. Next, I have my student attempt to solve that same problem. If they get stuck, I give them hints and any assistance they may need until they can complete it on their own. I never make my students feel rushed or uneasy. Thus, in the end I have enabled my student to succeed on their own
I am a tutor who puts my students above all. The best way to reach me is via text message or email, both of which I check on an hourly basis. In terms of scheduling appointments, I am very easy. A simple text message with 8 hours notice will suffice. The same goes for a cancellation, at least a 2 hour notice will suffice.
Lastly, most importantly your child is in safe company when they are learning with me. I am a BSA Eagle Scout as well as an Air Force ROTC Cadet, thus I have all the training that goes along with these prestigious programs.
I look forward to meeting you and helping in any way I can.
My name is Austin and I am a currently a student at California State University, San Bernardino. I am majoring in Political Science as well as minoring in Pre-Law as well as Criminal Justice. In addition to my academic studies, I am also an Air Force ROTC Cadet. I am a dedicated student all the way around and understand what it
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