I believe that by listening to and working with the student, he or she will let the instructor know what needs worked on in his or her studies.
Each student is different and has his or her own strengths and weaknesses. It is the job of the tutor to assess these attributes and decide the appropriate teaching and/or tutoring method.
Each student’s learning should be dealt with objectively by the teacher/tutor in all cases with no exception.
I received an Associates degree in general studies 2009, and in 2012 I received a Bachelor’s degree in English Literature. In 2014, I completed my Master’s in English Literature with a focus on early American Literature before 1900 and creative writing. As a graduate assistant, I have tutored many students in writing at the college level.
I have experience as a teaching assistant and as a private tutor.
I have helped several students with reading and writing problems outside of the school and/or study sessions. I have also written several fictional works, which have been published in the Arkansas State University literary magazine.