I teach from first principles and use the Socratic method. When someone is stuck on a question, I start by asking a smaller question that I either know the student knows the answer to or that is key to why most people get confused by the question. Usually students either find that they can answer their own question, or they stumble somewhere, and that tells me where I have to focus my teaching. If the student stumbles somewhere, I use more lecturing and explaining, but might end that lecture with a question to be sure the student understands and won't stumble there again.
As an undergraduate student, I majored in economics with a minor in statistics because I love math and social studies. Now I'm nearly finished with a PhD in economics. I have defended my dissertation and am officially graduating this December. As a doctoral candidate, I taught an intensive summer course called the Global Economy, and I have been tutoring on an online platform called Wyzant since last September. My average rating on Wyzant is four out of five stars.
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I am a PhD in Economics who has taught two classes and tutored 300+ hours.
Perfect! Mike is a great tutor. Very detailed explanations!!! Thank you Dr. Mike.
Johnathan is a nice and respectful student to work with. Whatever his struggles, he never loses his patience. More practice with understanding and graphing functions might help him more than anything else right now.
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