Richard Stockton College of New Jersey (Math and Education)
My goal is to encourage students to take ownership and pride in their learning and to be prepared for the world waiting for them. I am a lifelong learner, positive and passionate. I draw from a range of resources to achieve a balance of skill and concept practice. I have a knack for presenting material in way students easily understand. If my approach isn't working I will modify my style to best fit the student. I take pride in watching the students I tutor grow and gain confidence where they may not have before.
I have been afforded the opportunity to learn by first-hand experience how to adjust lessons and teaching style to the varied learning styles and levels of my students. In my own classroom I will have a variety of assignments happening simultaneously so that each student is working at their own level, and getting the most out of their educational experience. I listen to what interests my students so that I can engage them in a way that interests them and they can enjoy learning.
When working one on one I am encouraging and patient. I push students to do their best and know when to encourage them to take a break and work on something else so they can give their challenge a fresh set of eyes when they need it. I teach by inquiry. When students ask me a question I ask them questions right back to help lead them to their own answers. The goal is to teach students metacognition and to become more independent.
I have always had a passion for math, and finding creative ways to explain it to others. I ended up majoring in math in college and graduated with a BA in mathematics. I then went on to teach 5th grade math. Along the way I have successfully tutored math, from elementary students who want to bring up their grade to adults struggling with college level math. You can trust that I will use all my experience, and every resource to help you not only succeed but excel. My goal is to encourage students to take ownership and pride in their learning and to be prepared for the world waiting for them. I am a lifelong learner, positive and passionate. I draw from a range of resources to achieve a balance of skill and concept practice. I have a knack for presenting material in way students easily understand. If my
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I've earned a BA in math from Stockton University. I also have experience teaching and tutoring a variety of math topics.
I'm qualified to tutor Algebra 1 because I have experience tutoring this subject and have education to support a strong background.
When I was still in school I helped other students in my class through study groups and tutoring. I also have a strong math background through my math BA from Richard Stockton University, including Algebra 2.
I am a certified teacher and have experience teaching k-6. I am k-5 certified to teach in NJ (scoring in the top 15% on my elementary school PRAXIS). When I was in school I served my practicum in 1st grade, and I have 1 and a half years 5th grade math and science experience.
I'm qualified to tutor Elementary math because I have taught and tutored this subject. I taught 5th grade math for a year and a half while covering for a maternity leave. I have also tutored 2-6 grade math privately for three different students. One student used me as their tutor for 1 and a half years. I stopped when I moved.
I'm qualified to tutor Elementary science because I have taught and tutored this subject. I taught 5th grade science for a year while covering for a maternity leave. I have also tutored 5-6 grade science privately for 1 and a half years. I stopped when I moved. I also currently teach 8th grade science.