I’m Jenny W., 34 year old female with a true passion for mathematics and science. I have been tutoring for 18 years now and have had great success with my students, ranging from elementary school to college-age, and non-traditional students. I believe that all children are born with special talents. I believe that as education consultants we have a responsibility to help students discover what their special talents are and to nurture those talents. I believe that every child is capable of learning, wants to learn, and wants to grow up to become a productive member of society.
Education consultants should keep an open mind. They must try to understand every child in their classrooms. It is important to believe in children and to have high expectations for every child. We as education consultants hold the power to the future because the children are the future and they are placed in our hands.
I began tutoring by helping other students in my high school classes. In college, I worked as a private math and upper level sciences (but not limited to biology, chemistry and physics). I was then hired by the local tutoring companies, to help fellow student athletes maintain high GPA’s and academic eligibility. Subjects ranged from remedial algebra, geometry, trigonometry, to calculus, calculus-based physics, and chemistry.
In 2008, I took a position with the tutoring company in San Diego where I worked one-on-one with High school and College students preparing students for exams, helping with homework, and lots of SAT, ACT, and GRE math test preparation.
I prefer one-on-one tutoring and enjoy engaging my students with fun and challenging math problems. I like to apply math to real world situations to allow my students to fully understand the relevance and necessity of knowing and using math in their everyday lives.
As we guide children to be respectful, understanding and considerate of their peers, we need to make sure that we give children the same respect as human beings that we expect them to give us. We need to be flexible. We must realize that everyone has different ways of learning and different ways of living. We should vary our teaching and use a variety of instructional approaches that address all the different types of learning styles of the children in our classrooms. We must ensure that all children have the opportunity to learn.
Life in the classroom is not about us. It’s about the future of the children and the future of the world that we shaping through the children. They are very special people and they are put in our care. We have a responsibility to the children and to society to build their self-esteem, provide them with the best possible education that we can give them, and help them develop into life-long learners.
Please contact me about any questions you may have! I look forward to working with you to reaching your GPA and test score goals!
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