Math. Some people love it. Some people hate it. But if you want to survive middle school, you’ll need to find your way through it. Why is there such a clear difference between people who like math and those who don’t?
Math can be difficult concept for children to learn. Although it is difficult to teach – try using these methods to tutor math that will make the lessons effective and enable understanding throughout the entirety of the math concepts.
Teaching can be one of the most gratifying career choices – if you’re a teacher, you probably get a thrill out of helping a struggling student understand a difficult concept in any subject. But what do you do with your summer downtime?
Whether you’re lost in math, need help in English, or just don’t understand a foreign language, TutorMatch.com can help you find a tutor to help. This is a free search service; there is no fee and you don’t have to give any personal information you’re not comfortable with.
The primary thing for the tutor to keep in mind is that, while the parent may be paying the bill, it is the student who is the primary client. The student’s needs may sometimes be at odds with what the parent perceives as the best approach to getting a better grade.
Choosing a tutor for a second language, be it German, French or Spanish, is not a decision that should be taken lightly. Whether the reason for learning the language is a trip abroad or simply personal growth, proper enunciation, vocabulary and meaning are crucial in the development of the language.
Many high school students have a difficult experience with their first classic literature assignment. So how do we break the barriers between literature and learning?
Here’s a great video I found focusing on an adult literacy tutor in Rensselaer County, New York. This volunteer tutor discusses why he started volunteering his tutoring services for adults in need of literacy education.
English as a second language (ESL) tutoring sessions can range from basic exchange of conversation; these sessions can be arranged with two people wishing to benefit from learning the native language of the tutoring partner. It allows the two people to converse on a level of language that we use on a daily basis.
This past weekend I came across a great site called the Tutor/Mentor Connection. They describe their mission as “dedicated to improving the availability and quality of comprehensive, long-term, volunteer-based tutor/mentor programs in high-poverty areas.