From a very young age, Alex has been interested in teaching. Being the oldest sibling, he was always responsible for helping his younger brothers with their homework and he frequently did anything he could to help his classmates succeed. That passion stayed with him through high school when he was able to join a local private tutoring company. Over the next few years, Alex worked with dozens of middle and high school students, helping them with their math and literature classes as well as SAT/ACT prep.
After high school, Alex attended Drexel University, where he graduated Cum Laude with a BS/MS in Biomedical Engineering. His desire to teach has never waned, however. Now, Alex has been tutoring for over 10 years and has had hundreds of happy parents and students. From all of his experience, Alex recognizes that no two students are the same and therefore there is no single technique that can apply to all students. Alex works to identify his students’ particular learning style and tailors his lessons to help them achieve their highest potential.
Ashley graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville and Oshkosh, where she earned her BS and MS in Education with a math emphasis. Over the last ten years, Ashley has taught middle and high school math students and has worked with a vast array of different needs and ability levels. Ashley is empathetic toward students’ individual needs and strives to use alternative approaches to presenting material when necessary. Ashley’s experience has allowed her to develop a teaching style that breaks down difficult math concepts into approachable, manageable steps. She enjoys working with students one-on-one through tutoring because it allows her to meet students where they are individually and move them forward. Outside of teaching math, Ashley is an avid marathon runner and is a cross country and track coach. She also likes to read, watch funny movies and travel, especially to see the ocean.
Claire has always found a passion in sharing knowledge and resources with others. Over the last 10 years, she has tutored youth and peers in several subjects and in group and one-on-one settings. While at Stonehill College in Easton, Massachusetts, she studied Environmental Science with a minor in Chemistry. During this time, she worked in a biogeochemistry lab working on oyster aquacultures and created her own curriculum and taught a class on Modern Day Food Systems. She has worked in the non-profit environment as a youth urban agriculture instructor and science facilitator. With a background in democratic education, Claire understands the value of allowing students to have voice and choice in their education and the value of collaboration. Each student has a unique set of needs that can and should be met by educators.
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