Benefits of Group Tutoring
Live instruction with an exceptional tutor who can answer questions and clear up any confusion
Nearly all the benefits of a private tutor at a lower cost
How It Works
I host a 1-hour weekly Zoom call through Outschool.
Each week there are set topics that we will go over. The lesson will be split into a short mini lesson (15-20 minutes) followed by going over different examples. The students will always have a chance to ask questions to clarify any points of confusion, or even ask about similar problems they're facing from their classroom.
The goal is for them develop the core conceptual understanding and necessary problem solving skills for the AP Physics 1 exam.
Currently, I only offer group classes for the following subjects:
AP® Physics 1
These courses have standardized curriculum from the College Board, so it's easier for students to all be covering the same major topics on the exam.
* AP® is a trademark registered by the College Board, which is not affiliated with, and does not endorse, this website.
The cost for the class is $25 per week.
Payment is handled through Outschool when you book a session.
Group classes begin the week of August 24-28 and finish up the week before AP exams.
AP® Physics 1
Section 1: Tuesday 2:00pm PT / 5:00pm ET
Section 2: Saturday 2:00pm PT/ 5:00pm ET
Frequently asked questions
How large are the group sizes?
The maximum group size is 7. If the class is full, then I will open up additional times/classes.
What happens if the student misses a class?
Outschool records all lessons automatically, so the student can view the recording on their own.
How are breaks handled (Thanksgiving, Spring Break, Christmas, etc)?
There will not be any lessons during the weeks of Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's. There won't be a pause for Spring Break because different schools take breaks at different times. If a student misses a lesson during their breaks, they can rewatch the recorded lessons.
Can I take a pause or withdraw from the group lessons?
Outschool allows students to withdraw for a week, but it's possible that the spot may be taken by another student. If there's plenty of space, there would be no problem with withdrawing.
How do you get students to engage?
There's multiple ways for students to engage on Zoom.
1) They can interrupt me anytime if they have a question. I don't mute any students unless they're having technical issues, or their background audio is becoming disruptive to the class.
3) Type in a question. If a student prefers to type out the question, they can send it in chat. Zoom has the ability to send a chat to everyone in the group, or the student can message me directly.