Hi thereMy name is Justin C. and I am an experienced tutor. If I’ve learned anything in the last four years, it’s that every student is different. Some students just want to get the homework done and need help facing psychological barriers with math. Other students are very curious and want to really get to the bottom of why certain formulas work the way they do.
I am a chef. A good cook always thinks about their type of customer and what they would enjoy eating the most. They will offer thoughtful suggestions for those new to the menu but will never shove the meal down the customer’s throat. A master chef will always take everything the customer says as a valuable gem that can guide the chef into offering the best meal possible for the customer.
My job as a tutor (I lied about the chef part, I just love to use analogies) is to understand my students in every way I can, and with lots of background knowledge and experience, I can serve them an experience that will be best fit to their individual needs.
Hello everyone! My name is Abigail S. and I would like to extend educational services to families who may be experiencing difficulties during the 2020-21 school www.*** ;Many health departments around the country have recommended all districts begin the school year remotely, and this can cause some problems for many families who may have essential workers in the household, multiple students, or create fear and worry for parents who do not feel they are cut out to help their students succeed in the way a teacher cannot replace. Whatever the reason, I would like to help!
I am a 2019 graduate of Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, WA with a degree in Psychology and a minor in Music Performance. I am a substitute teacher for Tacoma Public Schools and was intending on working with them again this school year, however that may not be the case. I also work as a production manager and educator for an area youth theatre program. I teach clarinet and saxophone lessons on the side.