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The University of Massachusetts Boston
The University of Massachusetts Boston (Master's)
My name is John.
I am a tutor at the University of Massachusetts, Boston, and I have helped tutees in a variety of disciplines and from numerous backgrounds. I have been quite successful in assisting tutees who speak English as a Second Language develop reading and writing abilities. Additionally, I have worked with individuals with special consideration on reading and writing skills.
While in the Army, I volunteered as a tutor in the local high school in Lawton, Oklahoma and spent time helping students from ages 14 to 18.
When I tutor I try to establish an idea of what the tutee needs and what their abilities are. This way I can tutor to them as opposed to tutoring the subject to them. I feel this is an important distinction and one that really makes a difference in the learning process.
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My name is John.
I am a tutor at the University of Massachusetts, Boston, and I have helped tutees in a variety of disciplines and from numerous backgrounds. I have been quite successful in assisting tutees who speak English as a Second … Read more
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