I tend to work best with high-school and early college level students. My teaching style is highly individualized depending on the student. My first step is usually to figure how the student best learns information, and what motivates them to learn. Then, it's just a matter of tailoring my more enthusiastic style to best fit their needs.
I'm a recent college graduate, obtaining a bachelors in Computer Science from Tufts University.
As of now, I've tutored 3 high-school level students in mathematics and other related fields. My best student was looking for a Pre-Calculus tutor. Over the course of several weeks, we were not only able to restore her confidence in her work, and raise her test grades from a C+ to an A-, but we also found a way where she was more engaged with mathematics and logical thinking in general.
I graduated Tufts University after 4 years with a BS in Computer Science. Over those semesters, I've become comfortable with not only high level scripting languages, but also the nitty-gritty of C, C++, assembly code. My college curriculum, and therefore my teaching style for programming are based on test-driven code, and larger-scale programming projects.
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