If your child is finding some of their current math
assignments difficult to grasp, it may be because of gaps in their
understanding of math processes and concepts. If so, I can help. Due to my
experiences teaching math to students from first grade to twelfth, I can
discern where a student's breakdown in understanding is coming from. I can
analyze what they know and don't know through focused questions and problems,
and then address the youngster's needs.
My name is Frank D'Aprile, and I am a retired math
teacher. I've been teaching or tutoring
math since 1975, and I specialize in middle school math (grades 5-8),
Pre-Algebra, Algebra I, and Geometry. I've previously taught elementary, middle
school and high school students of all abilities, in public and private school
classrooms, in special education learning centers, in large and small groups,
and one on one. I will provide references upon request.
I am available either on a recurring basis or just now and
then. I can tutor in your home or at a
public library if you secure a private study room. (You might have to pay a
fee. Howe charges $2.00 per hour.) My
rates are $35/hour for one student, $40/hour for two students, and (if we have
the room) $45/hour for three students.
Sometimes a crowd is more fun. Actually, most of the time.
I can tutor weekday afternoons/early evenings and also
weekend (and vacation) mornings. Phone call sessions with image exchanges
(emailed jpeg attachments, usually) are available (after initial
"live" tutoring so I can evaluate the student's learning style) at a
rate of $10.00 for ten minutes.
I can be reached at email@example.com. Good luck and health to you and yours.