I am a speech-language pathologist who has been practicing for a year. I have extensive practicum experiences with students with language-based learning disabilities, as well as other diagnoses that impede their learning such as ADHD, anxiety, dyslexia and pragmatic challenges. I can provide lessons to students of all ages with any sort of learning or language difficulties.
Hello there! My name is Lana Leonard, a student, a teacher, a tutor, an artist, but more specifically a journalism and music major at The New School in downtown New York with various teaching experiences. My lessons to students open up how connected the world is rather than how divided it is. My style is quite simple.
I am a professional saxophonist and jazz musician in the NYC area. I graduated from the City College of New York with a BFA in Jazz Performance. My professional life involves performing my own original music, performing the music of my peers, performing for events such as weddings and corporate gatherings, arranging music for others and teaching private lessons.
I teach students of different levels and ages, in a one-on-one and a classroom setting reading, writing, listening and speaking. I use different interactive methods to make sure all students are engaged and excited about the language and the culture.
It depends on the student! I am willing to give hands on instruction to beginners, or for more experienced skiers just ride and give some advice/tips when possible. However you want your day(s) to be spent, I will happily abide.
Art Historian with masters degree in Art History and doctoral work in 19th and early 20th century European Modernism. Minor fields of study: Italian Gothic and Renaissance; Baroque Art in the Low Countries. Emphasis in theory and criticism.
My background is in ESL and technical writing. I teach undergraduate and graduate students using a variety if methods and procedures, depending on the student's needs and abilities by scaffolding the necessary skills. I create many of the materials myself.
Hi, Richard here. I am an internationally published photographer studied at NYU / NYC, SVA / NYC, Art Institute / Pittsburgh, PA. In my lessons you will develop an eye of the photographer using composition and design using studio and natural lighting.
My teaching method is to use English in a practical way. I like to introduce fun and interesting topics that the students can talk about and write about while learning new vocabulary and grammar usage.
I've always tried to create learning communities where my students make sense of the math themselves. I believe less in modeling skills and more in letting students explore their own strategies. I've developed curriculum for an entire school that uses visual models like number lines and ratio tables to make strategies easier to discover.
Many people just need a kind ear - sometimes I think it's what makes us most happy in life. So I try to provide that. My brilliant students do it all themselves, in actuality. As Socrates said, the most important knowledge is in us.
I've worked with everyone from college students who have never read a book to the developmentally disabled to felons to Ivy League professors. My methodology is to be quiet and listen - you never know who will teach you what today.
Tons of experience as both performer, conductor, and teacher. Speciality teaching adults who are either beginners are preparing for concerts. I work with and tailor make instruction which deal with solving problems , both technical and musical which allow your talent to come our. You will have something to say in your performances.
I am a foreign languages tutor with 10 years of experience, and I am looking to develop professional network and to traget students. I am a hardworking professional and a skilled teacher. I graduated with honors in 2007. Then, I got the second teaching category after only a year of teaching in 2010 and worked for two years as a freelance translator.
The success that I have had with my students can be attributed to fostering a mentoring relationship with them. Being a successful tutor and imparting the necessary academic skills is easy, but the most effective part comes from instilling a sense of trust from my mentees/students: someone who looks up to be like a big brother, asking me for advice outside of academics.
My teaching style: I firmly believe that anyone can succeed if they: 1) set realistic goals, 2) put in the effort, and 3) ask for help and resources. My pledge to you is that I will always be patient, clear, and honest. I expect you to always try your best and open up to let me help you.
I have developed teaching strategies (constructivist practice) and ethical positions (fairness for all) that motivate students and stir them to reach their individual potential. I am experienced and qualified to teach a variety of students, from the very earliest pre- kindergartners to advanced learners.
Everyone must come on time, work hard, and participate. No exceptions. Language does not teach itself especially. My job is to make this experience fun by making it about what YOU want to learn and what YOU enjoy. Family, friends, music, favorite food, American life - all of it is up for silly debates.
Some of the things which allow my work to stand out, is the age range of students I have had the privelage of tutoring. This has given me the tools to prepare students/clients of all ages for success. In addition the wide range of subjects I am comfortable with and have had experience teaching is unique and families can hire one tutor for multiple subjects.
I just graduated Muhlenberg College with a dance and psychology double major. I have worked with different guest choreographers and studied dance abroad at the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance. I am currently in NYC pursuing a dance career. I believe my method of instruction is based upon the needs of each dancer although I will provide a structured lesson that builds in technique and style.
My teaching method is highly individualized instruction based on utilizing many learning modalities to access my students best learning. My lessons build on prior knowledge by processing past lessons and applying them to new information. I regularly check for understanding and use standardized tests as assessment tools when applicable. Each student gets a very personalized approach.
I have wide exposure to the case method, since that was the teaching methodology used at the school that I went to. In case you are unfamiliar with it -- it consists basically, as its name suggest, of a business case and a tech note. The tech note lays the groundwork and walks through the technical aspects of a certain business concept that is covered in the case (e.g. cost of capital calculation).
A typical lesson is Reading Comprehension, Vocabulary, Writing and Spelling. I have over 20 years experience with elementary and middle school students and have been very successful. I also have experience with ESL students, adults and professionals. I look forward to hear from you.
Soy un docente apasionado por la enseñanza y el aprendizaje, ya que nuestro mundo es cambiante es necesario adoptar las herramientas que nos permitan asimilar las lecciones de una manera rápida, eficiente y divertida. Soy un profesor que cree en la tutoría, el constructivismo, y el uso de todas las herramientas físicas o digitales para alcanzar tu meta, el hablar español.
Mine is a personal approach which is tailored to the student. Everyone learns in a different way. My superpower is communication, so it is easy for me to code switch in order to best convey my knowledge to the individual with whom I am working.
My teaching method is based on the active learning. in this method, the students have the opportunity to learn the language that they are going to use in real life situations. Generally, I do tailor and costumed the lessons in function of the needs of the students because every person has a different way to learn.
I can explain you anything you don’t understand, explain to you the basic formulas, but also show you the attitude you should adopt toward the basic problems so you know how to solve anything on the exam.
I’m a flutist in the New York area who performs regularly with the contemporary ensemble, ENSEMBLE MISE-EN. I love teaching and have students ranging in age from 7 to 75. I welcome all ages and skill levels. My lessons are unique per student depending on skill level and musical interest. I myself have a Masters and Bachelor Degree in Music and contemporary performance.
I am an artist and have been an assistant Professor online for over 16 years. I have specific lessons each week to help you develop your color skills. You will need to know Photoshop well enough that we can focus on color together. I start with basics and move toward more complex uses of color.
Learning more about Bass Playing every day MM JAZZ PERFORMANCE | RUTGERS UNIVERSITY, NJ | 2015 BFA JAZZ AND CONTEMPORARY MUSIC | THE NEW SCHOOL, NY | 1998 POST GRADUATE JAZZ | THE GUILDHALL SCHOOL OF MUSIC AND DRAMA, LONDON | 1987 I am sensitive to the goals and abilities of each student but always want to see them working on their technique to produce a great sound in tune and in...
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