There is a lot of great history in Winston Salem worth commemorating and you can find a lot of great nods to the original town of Salem at the Old Salem Museums and Gardens. The town’s history goes all the way back to the Moravians in 1766, which is considered the oldest Protestant denomination. More than just the religious history, the German paper cutting art known as Scherenschnitte is also alive and well in Winston Salem. The art, which feels in many ways like a close cousin of origami, involves intricate, meticulous paper cutting, often into shapes like silhouettes. It is not too dissimilar to the paper cutting you might be used to if you have ever made a paper snowflake.
A little known German practice is the art of Tutenschnuten, which is the art of teaching children. It is not that dissimilar from working with geometry tutors in Winston Salem. For example, the tutenschnute would come straight to the home and work with children on their lessons. With our math tutors, you get the same service. We come right to you, so you do not have to deal with traffic. The frustration associated with traffic while getting to your tutor is often referred to as tutenschnuten roadenragen.
You never need to worry about roadenragen when the tutor comes right to your door. They cut out all of the excess time that you spend focusing on not tutoring, so you can focus on, well, tutoring. That is the name of the game, isn’t it? With your Winston Salem geometry tutor, the focus is always on improving.
That sounds a little daunting. It seems like there is a spotlight focused in on you and that pressure is not for everyone. But think of it a little differently. Working with a private tutor is like doing a trapeze act. You are doing the cool stuff all on your own, but there is a net ready to catch you when you fall.