I'm still a kids myself so relating to students won't be difficult. However, I have had the privledge of being very well educated through charter, public, and private schools. I believe in creating a unique learning environment for each student since they all learn differently.
That moment when you can acknowledge your accomplishments is beyond any other. I've seen so many students feel defeated by their own misunderstanding but it's not their fault. They just need proper instruction.
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Getting to know a student is the most important first step. Every student learns differently. The only way I can teach effectivly is if I understand how that student will absorb information.
I tutored students 6th-10th grade for all four years of highscool. I am now part of an organization SheCode that teaches middle and high school students how to code in Python. I also have two years of counselor experience in which I worked with girls ages 5-7.
Depending on the distance the student is, I would charge between $12- $30 an hour.
Passion is the first thing you should look for in a teacher. If they don't love what they're teaching you won't love what you're learning.