I teach a wide variety of students, from sixth graders all the way to college freshmen. But regardless of who I'm tutoring, my teaching methods are simple: give the student what they want at a pace they're comfortable with. Unlike traditional teachers, I am not restrained to a schedule, so I have the freedom to go as fast or as slow as the student wants (and change pace as desired). I assess each student's level of knowledge, and I tailor my teaching style around both it and the student's unique way of learning. In doing so, I make learning both fun and significantly more rewarding for him or her (and believe me... in my experience, learning is a lot more enjoyable when the teacher's challenging you instead of just droning on and on like a robot.) I would start on the topic that the student is struggling with the most and from there, I would either teach them on said topic or backtrack to a prerequisite lesson if they're not ready for this new topic. Once they've mastered this first topic, I would ask them what they want to learn next and then I repeat the process. So simple, and yet so effective too.
I've been educating students of all grade levels since 2014. Many of my pupils come from backgrounds where they struggled with academics all their lives. I understand them because I've been there myself, and I became a tutor because I want to help them succeed. I wish I had a mentor in my life, and by guiding my students on their paths, I feel like I'm becoming that mentor. Tutoring is quite fun for me, and I take pride in my work. Most of the 30+ students I've taught so far got an A in the classes they chose (and none of them got anything less than a B.)
For those who are interested in my services, keep in mind that my $25 rate only applies to in-person sessions for non-Chicago residents. If you or the person for whom you're purchasing tutoring lives in Chicago, my rate drops to just $20/hr. If you want further information, feel free to message me.
I'll be honest: I don't have a degree. The highest education I have on paper is a high school diploma. However, degrees are just that: pieces of paper. They don't reflect all of who a person is. I am proud to say that my students really enjoy learning under me, and one once told me that she learned more from me than she ever did from her professor. As I said, most of the 30+ students I've taught so far got an A in the classes they chose, and none of them got anything less than a B. If one needed proof of my teaching skills, this would be it.
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