About this pro
Not only will I help your child with their homework, but I will put in time at home creating worksheets and lesson plans for your child. This way we can best use the actual lesson time to improve your child's skills. I really love Math and the Sciences, they have always been a great passion of mine, but teaching is a newly acquired love. I found three years ago, when I started tutoring, that there is nothing quite so satisfying as teaching and watching someone's understanding grow. I find my job fulfilling in a way no other job has ever been for me.
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Lisa S.May 15, 2018Verified
I was really struggling in my Stats class, and thanks to Maso Tutoring, I was able to pull through and got a B in the class. Thank youJun 27, 2017Verified
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- How did you get started doing this type of work?When I was going to school at Lewis and Clark College, I needed a way to put some spending cash in my pocket and yet I was unable to commit to a full time job. I started tutoring Math and Physics to high school student around LC and I discovered that I really enjoyed it. When I graduated from Lewis and Clark and it became time to pursue a real job, I found that the job market was pretty scarce. After a lot of time looking with no success, I decided to try to find somewhere to apply my tutoring experience and I found a job teaching Math after school for a program funded by No Child Left Behind. After that I managed to land a job with a tutoring company as well as a job teaching the SAT for Kaplan. From there I decided that I wanted to try to teach privately as well as for Kaplan and that is how I got to where I currently am.
- What types of customers have you worked with?Out of the three subjects that I teach, I typically get most of my work from students who need help with their Math class. Within Math itself, the most common area that I teach is what is known as pre-Calculus. Students tend to have a lot of difficulty when Trigonometry begins to first become Calculus.