As a teacher, I'm patient and can give lessons as slowly or as quickly as the student needs. I like to have fun with my students and encourage them to learn in ways that are effective for them: I don't believe in a one-size-fits-all education.
I have 3 degrees in Art, Psychology and Education. My method of teaching is 1:1 and we work together on your assignments. It is my job to assist you with a hands-on approach, employing technology to supplement this nontraditional methodology. I assist students in editing their assignments to correct their English and research appropriate responses.
My bachelor's degree was in Cellular & Developmental Biology. I also had training in Oceanography. I worked for years in hospital laboratories. My knowledge of math and science at the pre-college level is strong. My interest is helping you learn what you need and want to learn. I can also help with literature and with writing.
A third year undergraduate Communications student at a Philadelphian University with a concentration in Public Relations and a minor in Mangement-Marketing. Always seeking opportunities to apply my skills in public relations/crisis management, digital marketing, peer tutoring, etc.
Undergraduate degrees: Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts from Utah State University Bachelor of Science in Political Science from Utah State University Minor in Italian from Utah State University Masters in Humanities from the University of Colorado On average, I attend three to five trainings per year to improve my teaching skills.
I enjoy applying a wide variety of strategies to my classroom instruction. The traditional format of lecture is supplemented with PowerPoints and visual information to engage the students. I have found that most students, regardless of age, enjoy using technology as part of the learning process.
I attended the University of Pennsylvania (1990 Arts and Sciences) and The University of Bologna (Italy), as well as awarded a Coro Fellowship in Public Affairs. I am looking to teach adults for whom English is a second language.
I give highschool and middle school students help with homework, not only assisting them with whatever they're struggling with a the moment but also teaching them time management, organization and helping them keep track and remembering previous lessons. I can also help younger learners develop their reading abilities.
I am a thirty year math teacher/tutor. I teach the high school and the collegiate calculus series. I also teach statistics. I have dealt with all types of students over the past 30 years. I presently work for three different tutoring companies. This is what I do.
I am currently attending Colorado Mesa University. I have a 3.71 GPA. I passed the statistics Advanced Placement (AP) test.. I have two years of experience working with special education to improve on academics, social skills and physical coordination. I give lessons to high school level and below as well as special education.
I love helping students pinpoint the academic (and other) roadblocks keeping them from success, and then finding the materials and strategies to apply for each to be successful. The sessions should be times for hard work and success (and, hopefully, some laughs). In the end, I want my students to leave with ideas of how and where to find their own answers.
I am a graduate of CBU, an active sponsor of various clubs, such as Bridge Builders. I graduated from Briarcrest High School in 1998, and have a 14-year-old daughter and a 3-year-old son. I have experience in daycares, as well as junior high school, and am a judge for the Memphis Urban Debate League.
I am especially effective in diagnosing weaknesses in Math and Reading and developing a plan to address them. I use several free, online resources in Math and I assure mastery in elementary concepts before moving on. I like using Kuta Software's free online worksheets and a host of online end-of-year state testing instruments.
I am a certified and highly qualified elementary school K-8 grade teacher in Arizona. I received my Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Arizona State University in 2001. I began substitute teaching and tutoring privately after college, which exposed me to a lot of different teaching and learning techniques. I have experience tutoring math, reading, and writing.
I have a Bachelor's from Utah State University, and nearly done with my Master's of Design Studies from the Boston Architectural College. I have worked with youth for a majority of my life through work and volunteer experiences. I want to help anyone who could use my help. I prefer to teach from what I know, what I can learn, and how you learn.
Hello! My name is Adrienne. I graduated from high school and am now a music major at TCC. I excelled at all my classes while at school. I believe in ensuring a student understands a topic and building on it. I am friendly and kind but can be tough if I have to be. I use nerdy references in most of my sentences and use your favorite books and movies to help you.
Hello! My name is Jessica. I have a Bachelors in Psychology, Minor in Pre-Health. I am experienced with most subjects in school, but I excel in most sciences. I enjoy a wide range of subjects and am currently a part-time parental educator. My teaching routine is pretty relaxed and is determinant upon the recipient. I am happy to teach at whatever pace is necessary.
I have a lot of experience in elementary school classrooms. I have the knowledge of many techniques to help students better understand and learn different concepts. I am able to help with elementary level reading/ language arts, math, science, and social studies.
My name is Marcy and I have been an educator for quite some time. My experience lies in Special Education and English/Language Arts and Reading. In addition, I have been a school administrator for more than 8 years. Because of my background in Special Education, I am compassionate and can offer insights outside the box.
I have worked as a private educator for over fifteen years and have taught 4th grade Math and Science, 8th grade Enriched Math, and Algebra I in Caddo Parish Public Schools. I offer academic instruction and assistance to students in grades 3 through college.
I'm an experienced industrial and academic scientist who has 9+ years of experience in the field and tutoring at the university level - including Uconn, Eastern Connecticut State University and Central Connecticut State University. I specialize in biology and chemistry, and excel at explaining things at an understandable level typically through visuals or analogies.
As a world-class literature scholar, former college professor and novelist, I define creative genius in all things literary. As a hypnotherapist, I help you access yours! Learning with me is an exciting collaboration to discover and develop your own genius. My fascinating questions inspire you to tackle difficult ideas with excitement and ease.
I believe that everyone has the ability to learn, and that a variety of learning styles exist. My goal is to help students learn the way they learn best, with words, pictures or anything else, and to teach students the thinking skills to figure things out on their own. As a tutor, I am also here to provide support for things just beyond their grasp.
I listen to the student to find what the greatest barrier is to their understanding and proper motivation. Using this approach, the student will tend to show the path needed for their success. That doesn't mean it is an easy task, but experience will often create the right solution. I also promote a partnership with the parents, if the student is a child. Together we can work the plan to success.
I am currently receiving my degree in Educational Studies in hopes of being a teacher in a private charter school. I love it when the students are teaching me at the same time I am teaching them. I use a variety of teaching methods including involving the Kagan strategies and various hands on methods.
I approach each subject in a practical and direct way. I first determine what the students goals are and then help them revise and obtain those goals. I determine what a student already knows and then guide them to where they need to be successful in each area of study.
I am an encouraging, patient elementary teacher who will help you build on your strengths to overcome challenges by sharing practical and engaging strategies. I integrate technology and games into lessons when they are helpful tools for learning and practice.
I like to use the soft but quick approach with my students. I usually give a little quiz that doesn't count against them when I first get them just so I can see where they are academically.
I base my lessons on informal testing to determine grade level and skill level. I use teacher made and store bought manipulatives to help students better understand the tasks I am trying to teach them. I believe that learning can and should be fun.
I approach each topic based on the needs and ability of my student(s). I believe it is important for students to have a connection and purpose to the material. The use of examples especially to the student's life is very important.
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