Hey, I'm Alexander Speirs, recent graduate from The University of California, Riverside with degrees in Applied Physics and Applied Mathematics. I've had my fill of being on the student side for now and greatly enjoy the other side of the table. (the one with the whiteboard!) I'm passionate about learning and teaching new concepts, I despise memorization and so I gravitated to physics and math, where you only need to understand (or in this case, teach) the base concepts and rest follows naturally.
What do they say about me?
"I was worried about learning Physics because of my language skills and it is science. But, he really wants me to understand the concepts of the topics and taught me from the base if I don't have any knowledge about some basic stuffs. Even though, I had only 4 hours for the tutoring with him he never watching his phone for 4 hours and focusing on me. I can tell he is really a good tutoring teacher. (Good teaching skills)"
What is your teaching style?
Ultimately my teaching style varies depending on the needs of my student, but I tend to focus on teaching by example, as that is how I learn best. Once I've explained a concept or type of problem, I try to just guide students through solving it themselves.