All Edge teachers strive to find bridges between subject matter in order to boost students’ understanding of the interconnectedness of different topics in their coursework. For example, a teacher may use Biology to explain the theory of the firm behavior in Economics or use the concept of natural monopolies in economics to explain electricity distribution in Physics. This interdisciplinary approach to learning helps students see the relevance in their schoolwork, and furthers their understanding of the world around them.
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While initially students often come to The Edge to remedy problems they have in their curricula, our Academic Tutoring Department will not only lead them through their academic problems and towards subject mastery, but also take them further, ahead of their in-school instruction. We call this pre-learning.
Make Learning Fun
At The Edge, we are very much against a ‘spoon-feeding’ approach to education. Instead of straight lecturing, our teachers are trained to take advantage of the latest research into brain-based learning in order to elicit active participation by students in the classroom.
Teachers use a variety of methods, tailored to the needs of the individual student, to make learning as enjoyable as possible. Our teachers are also trained in social and emotional learning, learning styles and a variety of other cutting edge methodologies.
Keeping parents and students updated on progress in the classroom is key to what we do. We report to you instantly after every lesson, what we teach, how we teach it, results and homework assignments. Parents can stay involved in the learning process and be informed of their son or daughter’s progress.
In addition to having scored at least the 95th percentile on their standardized exams, all members of our test prep team go through a rigorous 40-hour training program followed by months of shadowing that ensures an excellent and consistent quality of instruction and a solid understanding of how to teach The Edge’s test preparation methodology.
Aaron’s teaching style is Straightforward, Practical, Effective, Creative and Structured. (S.P.E.C.S)
Andrew’s teaching style is Patient, Clear and Concise.
Avi likes to show students what they are learning is relevant to their lives outside the classroom.
Are you a math hotshot? So is Byron. Want to push the boundaries of your math knowledge? Just ask Byron.
Collin Joseph Law
Collin uses multiple methods of teaching to meet students where they need him so they can collaborate as partners to achieve students’ goals.
Passionate and energetic, Chris is an economist who enjoys sharing real-world examples in teaching.
Daniel likes to gauge his students' level of understanding and then tailor his teaching to meet their individual needs.
Dragos likes creating a comfortable environment for the students. He can break down the complex issues and concepts into simple terms, encouraging students to ask as many questions as possible.
Evan is more inclined to help students understand the 'why' behind the equations, rather than just knowing them.
Hieu Van Do
Van’s teaching style is fun, engaging, adaptable, exciting, and encouraging!
Indrani aims for her lessons to be like an enjoyable and engaging experience.
Who can break all SAT vocabulary down to the Greek, Latin or Germanic origins? James can.
Jaris’ teaching style is all about embodying what students need. Since no two students are alike, he tries to teach how he thinks will work best.
Jessica is a relationship-focused teacher. She aims to work closely with her students to identify and achieve their unique personal goals.
Jonathan Charles Ault
Jonathan’s teaching style is passionate and communication-focused; he focuses on improving his students' critical thinking through discussion and close reading, and believe good writing is especially important.
Jonathan likes to be highly interactive in class. He is particularly great for students who want more than a lecture-based class, and a teacher to guide them through the learning process together.
Karin Chun Taite
If you’re looking for academic rigour coupled with compassion, come see Karin.
Laura enjoys when her students are involved and interactive in class. She is also very much exam orientated and good for preparing students for upcoming examinations.
Leo's teaching style is both thorough and systematic. He wants his students to leave having not just memorized equations or steps, but also having understood the mechanics involved.
With his wealth of experience at The Edge and his creatively catered teaching methods, Levi can help students reach their potential.
Luke’s calm, masterful, and comprehensive approach lets Biology and Chemistry students feel confident and safe.
Najeeb’s teaching style is dynamic, engaging, fun, exploratory/intuitive, geared towards student self-discovery, and adaptable to various learning speeds and styles.
Nick is a calm and collected teacher who aims to engage students by being entertaining, energizing, enthusiastic, and expressive.
OnTing’s teaching style is Fun, Relaxed, Lively, and Positive.
Owen emphasizes on the interaction between the students and himself. He would describe himself as 'funny and nice'.
Tim’s decade of teaching experience, textbook publications, and four advanced degrees make him The Edge’s sage of math and physics. Learn from the master.
Tracy uses interactive learning to create a fun, relaxed and interesting learning environment.
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