Meet Ed, One Of Our Science Tutors From NYC!
Edward L. is one of our New York City tutors. He has been privately tutoring for over a decade, and he teaches chess for the Manhattan Youth Community Center in addition to tutoring college kids on subjects like Physics, Organic Chemistry, and Calculus. Read below to find out more about him!
FrogTutoring: Why did you choose to become a tutor for Frog Tutoring?
Ed: I really like working with the Frog Tutoring staff. The are responsive, tech saavy, and professional. They've got a great team over there at headquarters, and really allow us as tutors to succeed. As a former business owner I appreciate the attention to detail and the commitment to service that the whole staff exude which allow me to provide my clients with the highest level of service. I also really like the training program and methodology that we are taught which assures that our clients receive a consistently high level of service from any tutor in our area.
I'd like to personally like to thank Kadeem Wilson, Michelle Hightower, Kristin Unger, Cinthia Panayotti, Roland Omene for making these opportunities available.
The feeling that I get every time when I talk to a staff member from Frog Tutoring on the weekends, or after hours about any concern I may have regarding providing the best service for my clients gives me the reassurance that I need that my clients have a team that is committed to their success as committed as myself. This peace of mind which reinforces itself everytime I talk to my team are truly my favorite and most memorable experiences.
FT: What has been one of your most memorable experiences at FrogTutoring so far?
Ed: Believe in yourself, and don't accept anything less then the best, from others, and from yourself!
FT: If you could have any person (living, dead, or fictional) as a tutor, who would it be and why?
Ed: Aristotle! As one of the founders of the western thought on many subjects, Aristotle is definitely one of the greats in history. Aristotle served as the tutor to no less then Alexander the Great. A boy emperor who went on to control one of the largest empires in history.Aristotle's teacher was Plato and the lineage of this school of thought is probably the most influential in history, especially in the field of philosophy. To see how great the man was, I encourage you to just read his wikipedia entry.
FT: You’re a tutor in New York, NY. What do you think is your must do/see experience in New York?
Ed: I love the outdoors, and my favorite areas to busy are DUMBO, Greenpoint's transmitter park, and Astoria Park. I also occasionally go to Central Park, go for the run on Shore Parkway in Brooklyn, or ride my bike over the bridges. I love open sky and sun, and the skylines are pretty nice up here!
To learn more about Ed, the subjects he teaches, and request him as a tutor, head to his profile by following this link: http://frogtutoring.com/tutor/NY/New_York/12057