If you are among the many parents looking into tutoring options for your child, I understand how hard it is to find a qualified teacher that can provide the help that students need beyond what is available to them in the classroom.
"Finding the right tutor can be stressful...
I completely understand."
A lot of students in today's Advanced Placement and Dual Credit classrooms find the increased rigor and fast pace of the course overwhelming and frustrating. If your child has difficulty keeping up in class, being presented with new material every day in class can be confusing. Regardless of the math course, each lesson in mathematics builds upon previous lessons. If a student misses a class due to sickness or extra-curricular activities, it causes a ripple effect with them falling further and further behind.
These are just a few of the reasons why credentialed & supportive educational professionals are sought after by proactive parents like you. I am one of the only certified teachers in our area that offer this level of tutoring & ACT test preparation.
I'm no longer in the classroom and because of that, I have the one thing that most teachers don't have - time. I'm able to provide the time needed to create a safe space for your child to learn at his or her own pace. Your child is free to ask questions and get constructive, positive feedback. You need someone that is not only trained in the mathematics but who recognizes and understands the difficulties that students encounter with mathematical concepts and processes.
I listen and I observe. I then come up with a plan to help your child fill any missing foundational information and work each week to help him master the material that is presented by the classroom instructor. Ultimately, working with a expert tutor allows your child to gain mastery of the material while gaining confidence and a sense of accomplishment as grades improve.
If your child could benefit from working with an expert tutor, I invite you to keep reading for information on how to register for the upcoming school year.