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Diane W.

Certified math/science teacher, supportive of all students

Certified math/science teacher, supportive of all students

$40/hour

  • 2,427 hours tutoring

  • Oak Ridge, TN 37830

About Diane


Bio

I am a retired public school teacher. I am especially supportive of students who think differently, whether it be a learning disability, ADD, Aspergers or math anxiety. I have lots of manipulatives and use multiple approaches to fit each student's needs.

I have successfully home-schooled my two, now-grown, children. Therefore, I hope to support home-schooling families with their math and science curricula. I am available during the school day.

I have taught Algebra 1 and 2 at the high...

I am a retired public school teacher. I am especially supportive of students who think differently, whether it be a learning disability, ADD, Aspergers or math anxiety. I have lots of manipulatives and use multiple approaches to fit each student's needs.

I have successfully home-schooled my two, now-grown, children. Therefore, I hope to support home-schooling families with their math and science curricula. I am available during the school day.

I have taught Algebra 1 and 2 at the high school level, as well as Science at the middle school level. I have also taught Physical Science and Earth and Environmental Science at the high school level.


Education

George Washington University, Washington D.C.
Math

Policies

  • Tutor’s lessons: In-person
  • Hourly Rate: $40
  • Travel policy: Within 25 miles of Oak Ridge, TN 37830
  • Lesson cancellation: 4 hours notice required
  • Background check passed on 7/12/2011

  • Your first lesson is backed by our Good Fit Guarantee

Schedule

Diane hasn’t set a schedule.


Subjects

Business

GRE

GRE

I am an experienced tutor in math, writing, and test prep. I have taken the GRE myself and made high scores. My approach is to take each student at his or her own pace through a realistic schedule of practice tests, math and grammar review, essay writing, and test-taking strategies. I use practice test results to target the skills that need strengthening.

Corporate Training

Grammar

Elementary Education

Elementary (K-6th),

Elementary (K-6th)

My educational background includes Developmental Psychology. I have taken two college level courses on Reading Comprehension. I am a certified middle and high school teacher. I have also worked in elementary classrooms as a volunteer and as a substitute teacher. My North Carolina middle school certification covers 6th grade, which is the first year of our middle school. I have raised two children, both of whom had special challenges, so I am well aware of the concerns of elementary parents and teachers. (Both are now grown, one with a Master's Degree in Nuclear Engineering, the other a college senior.) I can affirm and reassure parents and help them seek answers because I too have been there. Being certified in math and science at the middle and high school levels, I have the requisite knowledge to tutor elementary school students. I am currently tutoring several fifth graders. At first I was reluctant to do so, but I was asked to add the little sister of an existing student, whom I already knew. She and I had (and continue to have) so much fun with the tutoring, that I gladly accepted two more fifth graders over the following year. They and their parents have rated my tutoring highly. I am familiar with my state's curriculum for each elementary school grade, and have access to a variety of excellent materials. I often use materials from "Teachers Pay Teachers," and often supplement direct tutoring by taking students through interactive learning modules on IXL.com, which covers math and elementary English Language Arts. I have an extensive collection of manipulatives which I use with students who they seem to "fit." I have number tiles, learning wrap-ups, and syllable tiles, for example. Recently I have developed an intense interest in reading pedagogy as a result of trying to help several children at a boarding school where I tutor. My own daughter had difficulties with reading. I have informally studied Orton-Gillingham and am familiar with Lindamood Bell from a parental perspective. (Her "Visualize and Verbalize" program turned my daughter from a skilled but reluctant reader into a bookworm!) I incorporate some of these methodologies and similar materials into my tutoring when needed, although I refer any student with a severe reading difficulty to a certified reading clinic. Finally, I have discovered these younger students bring me great joy and happiness.
Elementary Math,

Elementary Math

I am a certified secondary math teacher in North Carolina. While I presently teach at the high school level, I have accepted elementary tutoring students in third grade and above. I find this to be enjoyable and rewarding. I am hoping to get more students in this age range, as I believe I can offer encouragement and knowledge that will help them when they transition to middle school. This is the age when they are forming their attitudes toward math and building the thinking habits and self-confidence for success later on.
Elementary Science,

Elementary Science

I enjoy science and the wonder and curiosity it entails. In college I took four semesters of chemistry, anatomy, genetics, microbiology, botany, ecology, two semesters of physics, and two semesters of general biology. I have taught both physical science and earth science at the high school level. I delight in preparing elementary aged children for the science courses they will encounter in secondary school.
Vocabulary,

Vocabulary

I base my tutoring in vocabulary on knowledge of Greek and Latin roots, extended with lists from test prep sources. I use Quizlet extensively to help the student practice and internalize meanings.
Grammar

English

SAT Reading,

SAT Reading

SAT reading can be a stumbling block for students with limited vocabulary or reading comprehension. My approach is to delve into the reasons behind the student's difficulties, and systematically target areas of weakness. I have multiple resources to increase vocabulary given enough lead time and practice by the student. I encourage the student to actively visualize while reading and carefully go over the whole spectrum of reading passages in order to strengthen comprehension. I have practice exams I can administer, or can direct students to free ones on the internet. I also focus on strategy, namely pacing, visualization, and effective guessing.
SAT Writing,

SAT Writing

SAT writing involves sentence and paragraph construction as well as a writing sample. If the student has already taken the SAT once, I analyze the results to evaluate how much effort to spend on each subtest. Otherwise, i have the student take a practice exam and use those results to evaluate needed strengthening. I systematically train the student in the primary question types in the writing subtests. If the writing sample is an area of concern, we practice, critique, and develop strategy. I also try to address test anxiety by encouraging positive self-talk and visualization.
Vocabulary,

Vocabulary

I base my tutoring in vocabulary on knowledge of Greek and Latin roots, extended with lists from test prep sources. I use Quizlet extensively to help the student practice and internalize meanings.
Grammar

History

American History

American History

American History is one of my primary passions and interests. I tutor in U.S. History at the high school level.

Homeschool

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

Algebra 1 is a major leap for many students. Why do we use variables? What is the point of solving equations? How do we write an equation from a word problem? Mathematics takes on many qualities of a language in Algebra, whereas earlier math courses just involved numbers. Simplifying expressions with lots of variables raised to lots of powers may seem overwhelming at first. Linear equations, slope, direct variation, and functions are major concepts in Algebra 1. Students may encounter simultaneous equations, quadratic equations, parabolas, and inequalities for the first time. For these and other reasons, students often feel uneasy with Algebra 1 and need an approach where learning occurs in small steps with plenty of opportunities for practice and success. Once a firm foundation (and confidence) is built, the student may progress faster.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

Algebra 2 builds upon both algebra 1 and geometry, extending concepts such as trig functions and logarithms, and introducing concepts such as complex numbers. I like to insure the student has fully mastered prerequisite concepts, reviewing and reinforcing as necessary, then take them at their own speed into new material. As in all math courses, the student must practice each skill until it is mastered. I have a variety of materials to aid understanding, accelerate learning, improve retention, and make practice a little bit more fun.
Chemistry,

Chemistry

I took 16 semester hours of chemistry when I was in college, with an "A" average. I love chemistry and have taught it in high school Physical Science. I consider myself well-qualified to tutor at the high school level, but not necessarily at the college level.
Elementary (K-6th),

Elementary (K-6th)

My educational background includes Developmental Psychology. I have taken two college level courses on Reading Comprehension. I am a certified middle and high school teacher. I have also worked in elementary classrooms as a volunteer and as a substitute teacher. My North Carolina middle school certification covers 6th grade, which is the first year of our middle school. I have raised two children, both of whom had special challenges, so I am well aware of the concerns of elementary parents and teachers. (Both are now grown, one with a Master's Degree in Nuclear Engineering, the other a college senior.) I can affirm and reassure parents and help them seek answers because I too have been there. Being certified in math and science at the middle and high school levels, I have the requisite knowledge to tutor elementary school students. I am currently tutoring several fifth graders. At first I was reluctant to do so, but I was asked to add the little sister of an existing student, whom I already knew. She and I had (and continue to have) so much fun with the tutoring, that I gladly accepted two more fifth graders over the following year. They and their parents have rated my tutoring highly. I am familiar with my state's curriculum for each elementary school grade, and have access to a variety of excellent materials. I often use materials from "Teachers Pay Teachers," and often supplement direct tutoring by taking students through interactive learning modules on IXL.com, which covers math and elementary English Language Arts. I have an extensive collection of manipulatives which I use with students who they seem to "fit." I have number tiles, learning wrap-ups, and syllable tiles, for example. Recently I have developed an intense interest in reading pedagogy as a result of trying to help several children at a boarding school where I tutor. My own daughter had difficulties with reading. I have informally studied Orton-Gillingham and am familiar with Lindamood Bell from a parental perspective. (Her "Visualize and Verbalize" program turned my daughter from a skilled but reluctant reader into a bookworm!) I incorporate some of these methodologies and similar materials into my tutoring when needed, although I refer any student with a severe reading difficulty to a certified reading clinic. Finally, I have discovered these younger students bring me great joy and happiness.
Geometry,

Geometry

Geometry is a passion of mine. I can teach logic, proofs, constructions, solids and any other aspects of Geometry.
Prealgebra,

Prealgebra

Prealgebra is so important in laying the groundwork for later success in math. The student is just beginning to consolidate earlier teachings and to incorporate abstract thinking. I can help students develop a deep understanding of variables, slopes, linear equations, solving equations, graphing lines, direct variation, formula manipulation and other prealgebra topics.
Precalculus,

Precalculus

I have successfully tutored several students recently in Precalculus. This is an exciting course, integrating previous learnings into powerful mathematical tools to solve real-life problems. I can identify and strengthen concepts the student may not have completely retained from prerequisite courses. I will safely guide the student through the challenges of Precalculus.
SAT Math,

SAT Math

We can work sample problems, remediate any gaps in learning, and develop a test taking strategy so that you will succeed on the math portion of the SAT.
SAT Reading

SAT Reading

SAT reading can be a stumbling block for students with limited vocabulary or reading comprehension. My approach is to delve into the reasons behind the student's difficulties, and systematically target areas of weakness. I have multiple resources to increase vocabulary given enough lead time and practice by the student. I encourage the student to actively visualize while reading and carefully go over the whole spectrum of reading passages in order to strengthen comprehension. I have practice exams I can administer, or can direct students to free ones on the internet. I also focus on strategy, namely pacing, visualization, and effective guessing.

Math

ACT Math,

ACT Math

I have helped many students prepare for ACT math testing. I first inventory skills so we know what practice is needed. Then we hone skills until the student is ready. We solve and discuss actual ACT sample questions, focusing both on problem-solving strategy and on test-taking strategy.
Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

Algebra 1 is a major leap for many students. Why do we use variables? What is the point of solving equations? How do we write an equation from a word problem? Mathematics takes on many qualities of a language in Algebra, whereas earlier math courses just involved numbers. Simplifying expressions with lots of variables raised to lots of powers may seem overwhelming at first. Linear equations, slope, direct variation, and functions are major concepts in Algebra 1. Students may encounter simultaneous equations, quadratic equations, parabolas, and inequalities for the first time. For these and other reasons, students often feel uneasy with Algebra 1 and need an approach where learning occurs in small steps with plenty of opportunities for practice and success. Once a firm foundation (and confidence) is built, the student may progress faster.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

Algebra 2 builds upon both algebra 1 and geometry, extending concepts such as trig functions and logarithms, and introducing concepts such as complex numbers. I like to insure the student has fully mastered prerequisite concepts, reviewing and reinforcing as necessary, then take them at their own speed into new material. As in all math courses, the student must practice each skill until it is mastered. I have a variety of materials to aid understanding, accelerate learning, improve retention, and make practice a little bit more fun.
Geometry,

Geometry

Geometry is a passion of mine. I can teach logic, proofs, constructions, solids and any other aspects of Geometry.
Prealgebra,

Prealgebra

Prealgebra is so important in laying the groundwork for later success in math. The student is just beginning to consolidate earlier teachings and to incorporate abstract thinking. I can help students develop a deep understanding of variables, slopes, linear equations, solving equations, graphing lines, direct variation, formula manipulation and other prealgebra topics.
Precalculus,

Precalculus

I have successfully tutored several students recently in Precalculus. This is an exciting course, integrating previous learnings into powerful mathematical tools to solve real-life problems. I can identify and strengthen concepts the student may not have completely retained from prerequisite courses. I will safely guide the student through the challenges of Precalculus.
SAT Math

SAT Math

We can work sample problems, remediate any gaps in learning, and develop a test taking strategy so that you will succeed on the math portion of the SAT.

Most Popular

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

Algebra 1 is a major leap for many students. Why do we use variables? What is the point of solving equations? How do we write an equation from a word problem? Mathematics takes on many qualities of a language in Algebra, whereas earlier math courses just involved numbers. Simplifying expressions with lots of variables raised to lots of powers may seem overwhelming at first. Linear equations, slope, direct variation, and functions are major concepts in Algebra 1. Students may encounter simultaneous equations, quadratic equations, parabolas, and inequalities for the first time. For these and other reasons, students often feel uneasy with Algebra 1 and need an approach where learning occurs in small steps with plenty of opportunities for practice and success. Once a firm foundation (and confidence) is built, the student may progress faster.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

Algebra 2 builds upon both algebra 1 and geometry, extending concepts such as trig functions and logarithms, and introducing concepts such as complex numbers. I like to insure the student has fully mastered prerequisite concepts, reviewing and reinforcing as necessary, then take them at their own speed into new material. As in all math courses, the student must practice each skill until it is mastered. I have a variety of materials to aid understanding, accelerate learning, improve retention, and make practice a little bit more fun.
Chemistry,

Chemistry

I took 16 semester hours of chemistry when I was in college, with an "A" average. I love chemistry and have taught it in high school Physical Science. I consider myself well-qualified to tutor at the high school level, but not necessarily at the college level.
Elementary (K-6th),

Elementary (K-6th)

My educational background includes Developmental Psychology. I have taken two college level courses on Reading Comprehension. I am a certified middle and high school teacher. I have also worked in elementary classrooms as a volunteer and as a substitute teacher. My North Carolina middle school certification covers 6th grade, which is the first year of our middle school. I have raised two children, both of whom had special challenges, so I am well aware of the concerns of elementary parents and teachers. (Both are now grown, one with a Master's Degree in Nuclear Engineering, the other a college senior.) I can affirm and reassure parents and help them seek answers because I too have been there. Being certified in math and science at the middle and high school levels, I have the requisite knowledge to tutor elementary school students. I am currently tutoring several fifth graders. At first I was reluctant to do so, but I was asked to add the little sister of an existing student, whom I already knew. She and I had (and continue to have) so much fun with the tutoring, that I gladly accepted two more fifth graders over the following year. They and their parents have rated my tutoring highly. I am familiar with my state's curriculum for each elementary school grade, and have access to a variety of excellent materials. I often use materials from "Teachers Pay Teachers," and often supplement direct tutoring by taking students through interactive learning modules on IXL.com, which covers math and elementary English Language Arts. I have an extensive collection of manipulatives which I use with students who they seem to "fit." I have number tiles, learning wrap-ups, and syllable tiles, for example. Recently I have developed an intense interest in reading pedagogy as a result of trying to help several children at a boarding school where I tutor. My own daughter had difficulties with reading. I have informally studied Orton-Gillingham and am familiar with Lindamood Bell from a parental perspective. (Her "Visualize and Verbalize" program turned my daughter from a skilled but reluctant reader into a bookworm!) I incorporate some of these methodologies and similar materials into my tutoring when needed, although I refer any student with a severe reading difficulty to a certified reading clinic. Finally, I have discovered these younger students bring me great joy and happiness.
Geometry,

Geometry

Geometry is a passion of mine. I can teach logic, proofs, constructions, solids and any other aspects of Geometry.
Prealgebra,

Prealgebra

Prealgebra is so important in laying the groundwork for later success in math. The student is just beginning to consolidate earlier teachings and to incorporate abstract thinking. I can help students develop a deep understanding of variables, slopes, linear equations, solving equations, graphing lines, direct variation, formula manipulation and other prealgebra topics.
Precalculus

Precalculus

I have successfully tutored several students recently in Precalculus. This is an exciting course, integrating previous learnings into powerful mathematical tools to solve real-life problems. I can identify and strengthen concepts the student may not have completely retained from prerequisite courses. I will safely guide the student through the challenges of Precalculus.

Science

Chemistry

Chemistry

I took 16 semester hours of chemistry when I was in college, with an "A" average. I love chemistry and have taught it in high school Physical Science. I consider myself well-qualified to tutor at the high school level, but not necessarily at the college level.

Special Needs

ADHD

ADHD

I am currently a certified math and science teacher at an alternative high school. I have taught in alternative schools for five years. Most of my students have ADD or ADHD, some successfully treated and some untreated. I have developed methods that are interactive, visual, kinesthetic and short in duration to gradually build my students' successes. Additionally, I made an A grade in a graduate level course at Western Carolina University on teaching special needs children, including ADHD, and made an A on undergraduate courses in developmental psychology and educational psychology. I worked as a contractor to the NC Alliance on Mental Illness for six years, traveling around North Carolina and giving seminars to teachers and parents on the effects of ADD, ADHD, mood and anxiety disorders, and the effects of obsessive-compulsive disorder on student learning. I also gave seminars on the best practices for teaching students with these challenges. Further, I have advocated for students and parents in IEP meetings. I continue to co-lead a monthly teen support group for students with these challenges. However, my most important qualification is that I have a daughter diagnosed at age 8 with mood disorders and severe ADHD. I had to home-school her. Now, she is a junior in college. I attended continuing education courses and national conventions of National Alliance on Mental Illness featuring cutting edge research sessions, and read and researched every aspect of her treatment.

Summer

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

Algebra 1 is a major leap for many students. Why do we use variables? What is the point of solving equations? How do we write an equation from a word problem? Mathematics takes on many qualities of a language in Algebra, whereas earlier math courses just involved numbers. Simplifying expressions with lots of variables raised to lots of powers may seem overwhelming at first. Linear equations, slope, direct variation, and functions are major concepts in Algebra 1. Students may encounter simultaneous equations, quadratic equations, parabolas, and inequalities for the first time. For these and other reasons, students often feel uneasy with Algebra 1 and need an approach where learning occurs in small steps with plenty of opportunities for practice and success. Once a firm foundation (and confidence) is built, the student may progress faster.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

Algebra 2 builds upon both algebra 1 and geometry, extending concepts such as trig functions and logarithms, and introducing concepts such as complex numbers. I like to insure the student has fully mastered prerequisite concepts, reviewing and reinforcing as necessary, then take them at their own speed into new material. As in all math courses, the student must practice each skill until it is mastered. I have a variety of materials to aid understanding, accelerate learning, improve retention, and make practice a little bit more fun.
Chemistry,

Chemistry

I took 16 semester hours of chemistry when I was in college, with an "A" average. I love chemistry and have taught it in high school Physical Science. I consider myself well-qualified to tutor at the high school level, but not necessarily at the college level.
Elementary (K-6th),

Elementary (K-6th)

My educational background includes Developmental Psychology. I have taken two college level courses on Reading Comprehension. I am a certified middle and high school teacher. I have also worked in elementary classrooms as a volunteer and as a substitute teacher. My North Carolina middle school certification covers 6th grade, which is the first year of our middle school. I have raised two children, both of whom had special challenges, so I am well aware of the concerns of elementary parents and teachers. (Both are now grown, one with a Master's Degree in Nuclear Engineering, the other a college senior.) I can affirm and reassure parents and help them seek answers because I too have been there. Being certified in math and science at the middle and high school levels, I have the requisite knowledge to tutor elementary school students. I am currently tutoring several fifth graders. At first I was reluctant to do so, but I was asked to add the little sister of an existing student, whom I already knew. She and I had (and continue to have) so much fun with the tutoring, that I gladly accepted two more fifth graders over the following year. They and their parents have rated my tutoring highly. I am familiar with my state's curriculum for each elementary school grade, and have access to a variety of excellent materials. I often use materials from "Teachers Pay Teachers," and often supplement direct tutoring by taking students through interactive learning modules on IXL.com, which covers math and elementary English Language Arts. I have an extensive collection of manipulatives which I use with students who they seem to "fit." I have number tiles, learning wrap-ups, and syllable tiles, for example. Recently I have developed an intense interest in reading pedagogy as a result of trying to help several children at a boarding school where I tutor. My own daughter had difficulties with reading. I have informally studied Orton-Gillingham and am familiar with Lindamood Bell from a parental perspective. (Her "Visualize and Verbalize" program turned my daughter from a skilled but reluctant reader into a bookworm!) I incorporate some of these methodologies and similar materials into my tutoring when needed, although I refer any student with a severe reading difficulty to a certified reading clinic. Finally, I have discovered these younger students bring me great joy and happiness.
Geometry,

Geometry

Geometry is a passion of mine. I can teach logic, proofs, constructions, solids and any other aspects of Geometry.
SAT Math

SAT Math

We can work sample problems, remediate any gaps in learning, and develop a test taking strategy so that you will succeed on the math portion of the SAT.

Test Preparation

ACT Math,

ACT Math

I have helped many students prepare for ACT math testing. I first inventory skills so we know what practice is needed. Then we hone skills until the student is ready. We solve and discuss actual ACT sample questions, focusing both on problem-solving strategy and on test-taking strategy.
GRE,

GRE

I am an experienced tutor in math, writing, and test prep. I have taken the GRE myself and made high scores. My approach is to take each student at his or her own pace through a realistic schedule of practice tests, math and grammar review, essay writing, and test-taking strategies. I use practice test results to target the skills that need strengthening.
PSAT,

PSAT

The PSAT is a major stepping-stone to a higher education. It is important for a student to be thoroughly prepared in math and language arts. I can help target preparation to areas that need strengthening.
SAT Math,

SAT Math

We can work sample problems, remediate any gaps in learning, and develop a test taking strategy so that you will succeed on the math portion of the SAT.
SAT Reading,

SAT Reading

SAT reading can be a stumbling block for students with limited vocabulary or reading comprehension. My approach is to delve into the reasons behind the student's difficulties, and systematically target areas of weakness. I have multiple resources to increase vocabulary given enough lead time and practice by the student. I encourage the student to actively visualize while reading and carefully go over the whole spectrum of reading passages in order to strengthen comprehension. I have practice exams I can administer, or can direct students to free ones on the internet. I also focus on strategy, namely pacing, visualization, and effective guessing.
SAT Writing,

SAT Writing

SAT writing involves sentence and paragraph construction as well as a writing sample. If the student has already taken the SAT once, I analyze the results to evaluate how much effort to spend on each subtest. Otherwise, i have the student take a practice exam and use those results to evaluate needed strengthening. I systematically train the student in the primary question types in the writing subtests. If the writing sample is an area of concern, we practice, critique, and develop strategy. I also try to address test anxiety by encouraging positive self-talk and visualization.
SSAT

SSAT

I feel well-qualified to tutor for the SSAT because I have taught both middle and high school math. I have extensive experience with middle-schoolers' understanding of the topics covered as well as the perspective of what they will need to master to be successful in high school. I have also successfully tutored in writing and SAT prep, both verbal and math.

Ratings and Reviews


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Reviews

Incredible Motivator and Teacher

My 11 year old has an A in math at midterm for the first time in years. She is enthusiastic and confident now in math as a result of Diane keeping her ahead of the class lesson! Can't rave enough!

Karen, 65 lessons with Diane

Very nice, smart and patient.

I have taken a class on campus and the professor seen always in a rush and if I have any question it was given to me in a hurry, with Mrs. Diane is different she make sure I understand everything even when the time is up she is very patient and have a grid sense of humor I really like her she is my favorite.

Maria, 8 lessons with Diane

Very knowledgeable on ACT tutoring

Diane made a great impression on my grandson who needs tutoring for his ACT test. He looks forward to his sessions with her and describes her as very patient, nice and knowledgeable!

Kathy, 17 lessons with Diane

Knowledgeable very patient tutor

My son has gone from thinking he is the stupidest kid in the class to the master of long division and the king demon of decimals. She is fantastic and probably saved my relationship with my son

Steve, 39 lessons with Diane

Great Teacher !

Diane has been teaching Maths to my 5th grader, twice a week. She is a very sweet and patient teacher with great teaching techniques. My 5th grader now actually looks forward to his Maths lessons with Ms. Diane. He is getting better at concepts he did not understand before. My First Grader is also her student (Reading and Math). I want to mention that he is very shy and does not talk to most people. He is a bright kid and does not let us teach him :) I was skeptical about him responding during his tutoring sessions at all, but with Diane, right from his first session he was very comfortable and actually sat down and learned. Thank you

Monika, 122 lessons with Diane

Patient and insightful teacher

Diane has really helped my son build his confidence in his reading abilities. She has given us a lot of different ways to improve his reading and Math skills. I am amazed by how far he has come in such a short amount of time with her instruction and help. She not only helps him to build his skills but she helps him understand his learning style and how his brain works.

Meghan, 11 lessons with Diane

Very Helpful

She went over a variation of mathematics and helped me understand the procedure with a a few tricks to help figure out the problems faster for a test setting. Very helpful

James, 1 lesson with Diane

Knowledgeable and helpful.

I truly adore Mrs. Weaver, and look forward to our sessions. She is extremely helpful, and teaches difficult concepts very well. She is amazing!

Claire , 54 lessons with Diane

Diane is a patient, understanding, and knowledgeable tutor

Diane tutored my 17 year old son for his SAT. She was patient and kind. She understood his LD issues. She came prepared. She was thoughtful and encouraging. I highly recommend her!

Lauren, 10 lessons with Diane

Confidence for those that struggle with math

After about a half dozen tutoring sessions with Diane, so far, our daughter has shifted from the the attitude of "I can't do math" to " I can do this". Diane has much patience and an aptitude for helping kids understand math concepts.

Leigh, 31 lessons with Diane
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