Location: Cambridge MA USA
Tutoring and Homework Help
|Expertise:||Math, Science, Test Preparation|
|Subjects:||Algebra, Basic Math, Business Math, Calculus, Geometry, Logic, Middle School Math, Statistics, Trigonometry, Gifted, SAT|
Mr Stephen H. of Cambridge MA USA Tutor Profile
Tutor Personal Information
|Name:||Mr Stephen H.|
I was a teaching assistant (TA) and instructor for undergraduate and graduate subjects at MIT. I tutored middle school, high school, undergraduate, and graduate students privately for several years. Subjects included math (from middle school to high school competition preparation), chemistry (SAT II, AP), physics (SAT II, AP, undergrad, MCAT), calculus (AP, undergrad), engineering (undergrad, grad). I have also organized my department's TA Workshop for the past two years and organized a teaching seminar at MIT this past semester.
At the first few tutoring sessions, I discover the student's learning style and I adjust accordingly. I prefer to see the lessons as discussions and an opportunity for the students to discover on their own through my guidance. I have a bag of interesting problems to show students, which we then work through together. Teaching is most effective when it's fun and interactive!
My first session is always free of charge to give the student and/or parent/guardian an opportunity to judge whether I am an effective teacher. Rates are negotiated after the first session.
Resume, references, and test scores are available upon request.
Tutoring Fee and Tutors Availability
|Grades Tutored:||Middle School, High School, College, Graduate|
|Days Available:||Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday|
|Contract Availability:||Long Term or Open-Ended Tutoring Commitments.|
|Tutoring Rates:||$50.00 to $150.00|
|Sliding Scale:||This tutor offers a sliding scale for students with economic hardships.|
|Time Spent Tutoring:||3-5 years|
|Students Tutored:||10-25 students|
|School:||Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)|
|Awards||2006 MIT Goodwin Medal (highest honor for teaching by a graduate student)
2005 MIT EECS Departmental Teaching Award
2004 MIT $50K Entrepreneurship Competition Finalist
1999 National Merit Finalist
1999 National AP Scholar
1999 US Physics Olympiad Semifinalist
1999 National Chemistry Olympiad Qualifier
1998 USA Mathematical Olympiad Qualifier