Juliet Crupi, M.S.Ed M.A
My entire career in education has been focused on making students enjoy the process of learning. Students have different abilities and it is important to know the nuances of how someone thinks in order to maximize their learning potential. It brings me joy when I see a student succeed! However, it takes a village. That is why I focus on bringing together parents, caregivers, teachers, and the student to envision a shared goal. The systems in NYC can be hard to navigate, but with over 15 years of experience in teaching Math, Science and Special Education, I help families through the process.
- Fulbright Program Distinguished Award in Teaching Research 2021-2022 – The Netherlands
- 15+ years of experience teaching Math and Science to over 300 students with dyslexia, anxiety, ADHD, executive functioning challenges, dyscalculia, cerebral palsy, and autism
- Magna Cum Laude from New York University with an M.A in Math Education. B.S from Vanderbilt University and M.S.Ed from Hunter College.
- Access Program Lead and Teacher consistently rated Highly Effective by the Dept. of Education
- Adjunct Professor of Math Special Education for graduate students at CUNY Hunter College
My Tutoring Philosophy
Every student has the potential to grow provided they know their strengths and are willing to take responsible risks. Students will work towards something when they see the value in it. It is important for students to identify with the subject they are learning, know the objectives they are working towards, and learn from their mistakes while having a community of parents, the school, and myself as the tutor to support them.
Every summer, I build my connectivity with nature and culture. These projects have included studying songbirds, caterpillars, frogs, and spiders in the Grand Tetons, Ecuador and Costa Rica. I have also coached high school tennis and cheerleading teams with the tennis team winning the PSAL Division B Championship.