"Experienced Mandarin Chinese Teacher"
I have been teaching Chinese in a private boarding school for the past seven years. I have created and designed the curriculum for the Chinese program from the ground up. I pride myself on creating lessons that are creative, fun, and that help each student understand every aspect of this difficult language.
In addition to Chinese language I teach culture, history, Chinese religions, etc. I incorporate songs, multimedia, technology, and even tai chi lessons in the classro... ... More
"Thea - Expert Tutoring"
My first Massachusetts teaching license was for ESL/ESOL. I decided to major in ESL/Bilingual Education when I was living in Ecuador and teaching English; I realized that I enjoyed teaching a topic that was so relevant and immediately useful for my students. My instruction focuses on the four domains of language acquisition (reading, writing, listening, speaking) and is available across grade levels, ages (school-age to adult), and subjects. ... More
"Experienced educator, English, History, Technology, Stained Glass"
I have been a teacher for over thirty years in History, English, and Digital Arts. I am passionate about inquiry, curiosity and learning, which I know do not always match school requirements. Learning is complex and has many moving parts that need to be addressed simultaneously: learning styles, cultural and social background, prior education, hopes and fears. Putting all of these together to become a successful life long learner is my goal in all of my relationships with students.
My educ... ... More
We've been extremely happy with Michael K. He has been tutoring my daughter in math and preparing her for MCAS which she has struggled with. He has a lot of patience and really seems to be relating well with her. I think anyone would be more than happy with him.
Carianne D. from Ashburnham, MA
"I can help you pass the class, take the test, or get into the college."
Many people think of algebra as the branch of mathematics in which you have to figure out the value of variables. While this process is certainly part of algebra, the study of algebra is actually the study of relationships between elements that change over time, such as demand for a product and its price.
Most American students begin their study of algebra with an introductory unit in their middle school or junior high math courses. In this unit, they are usually exposed to very basic algebraic equations, such as X + 3 = 8, and taught how to solve these equations for X.
In Algebra 1, in addi ... More
I would recommended Arron highly to anyone who needed a tutor. I was struggling in statistics and my husband suggested a tutor and actually went on-line to find Aaron. My test scores improved and I am able to maintain my 4.0 GPA even after statistics.
He is a Gem!
Susan B. from Bolton, MA
"Professional Math Tutoring"
I am available to tutor the following subjects in Mathematics (middle/high school or college level): statistics, basic math, algebra, word problems, trigonometry, precalculus, calculus 1-4, geometry, business calculus, MCAS, SAT prep, linear algebra, probability.
The sessions will usually be held at a college library or bookstore, but willing to travel to your house if that works best for you. I live in Gardner, MA, but anywhere in central Mass. is perfectly fine.
A little abou... ... More
"private flute lesson teacher"
I am a freelance flutist living in north central Massachusetts. I have been teaching privately for 10 years. I play with numerous community bands, Harmonie Traverse,(flute choir), Connello Consort,(wind sextet), New England Conservatory Metropolitan Flute Orchestra, Atlantic Union College Wind Symphony and perform in local school musicals. I volunteer in my local high school band and Samoset Middle School band in Leominster. Professional affiliations include the National Flute Association... ... More