BA in Elementary Education, MA in Theatre Education. Experienced in primary grades in reading, writing and math. One on one helps bring the reading level to grade and more. I use the three modalities of learning: visual, aural, and kinsthetic.
I have been teaching since 2004 and have an Ed.M in TESOL, Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages. I have taught in the U.S.A. and abroad. I am fluent in Spanish and am also a published writer. I have taught students of all levels and ages. I teach English online to both native and non-native speakers.
I tutor English essay writing, literature, and reading comprehension. I operate through a disciplined framing of questions in conversation, such that the student is guided not towards the “answer”—but towards what it is they already know that will help them find the answer.
I am a patient and open-minded tutor who seeks to help their students not only understand their material, but also think beyond the material and apply it accordingly. I gave lessons to elementary and high school students who expressed help with homework, particularly English homework, and with essays.
I base my classes on the needs and goals of the student. I can provide the teaching materials, or we can use your personal materials/ homework. Each lesson, I will give you plenty of time to practice and review. I believe in positive reinforcement and having fun while you learn.
Keeping things simple and focused, breaking the writing process down to a series of steps that are manageable and produce the best results. Focusing on giving students the tools they need to find the answers and improve their own work, rather than subjective feedback without context.
My name is Joni Parks and I have 31 years of experience teaching elementary school. I have a Master's Degree in Early Childhood Education from Georgia State University and am still certified to teach grades Pre- K through 5 in all Georgia schools. I teach reading,math,writing,phonics,science, and social studies.
My teaching philosophy is that every student learns differently and has different needs. This is why I don't believe in a one size fits all teaching method. I asses each student and create a lesson plan based on their needs and the subject matter being taught. I have found from my years of teaching that this methodology is what works best.
I received my NYS High School Regents Diploma in 2011. I am currently in the process of receiving my B.S. from CUNY City College of New York in Biomedical Engineering. I tailor every session to the needs of my student. I guide my students in prioritizing by asking what they need to get done before our next session and then we work from there.
I am results-driven technical and academic writer with 20+ year record of achievement. I have a Ph.D. in Education and Professional Studies. I have tutored a variety of students needing assistance in completing academic papers including dissertations. I base my teaching on meeting the needs of each individual students learning styles and I generally work with students remotely.
I have an M.Ed. from Loyola University in Chicago and have twenty years of lessons in writing, whether in terms of nuts-and-bolts grammar and structure, or in terms of creative flow.
My method is to assess where you are and learn about your goals, and then devise a fun and effective program to help you reach those goals as quickly as possible. I use a combination of resources, mixing verbal/ auditory inputs with visual instruction in order to maximize comprehension and retention by making duel neural pathways in the brain.
My name is Suzanne Smalling. I am 31 years old and I have been teaching elementary school for a total of 10 years. I earned my masters degree in 2008 from Albany State University in Early Childhood Education. Two years later I achieved the highly esteemed "Teacher of The Year" award. I have extensive experience working with students from a variety of backgrounds.
Hello fellow students! I feel we are all always learning, including teachers. My name is Randee and I love to teach. I currently work with Title 1 students tutoring in Reading and Math (ages Kindergarten-5th grade). I graduated from Eckerd College. I would say my philosophy on teaching is that every student learns differently.
My teaching methodology is based on tailoring lessons to each individual learner's need. Each student learns differently and needs a slightly different approach. I am experienced at modifying curriculum to suite a learner's need, interest, and learning style.
I approach each topic with the intent to make learning exciting and fun. Keeping each student attention can difficult at times, especially after being in school all day and then has to attend a tutorial session with me. I make a game out of it with incentive prices after a couple of weeks of successful sessions with me.
I care for my students' frustrations, I listen, and create the best possible course of academic progress after getting to know them, so that I can relate to their mode, and see what is going on with my students' objectively, and then finally I eliminate all negative factors/and or other influences or factors which may hinder their progress and successful education completely.
I love the written language and all of its conventions yet share an equal interest in Literature taught as a record of mankind's experiences through our own voices--not the voices of textbook writers. However, my true passion is in secondary pedagogy. Flexible yet persistent, patient yet rigorous and with a meticulous and creative eye, I'm a well-rounded teacher.
I believe students should always have fun while learning to write, or in learning any new skill. Entertained students will better enjoy and remember what they learn, and be more willing to continue practicing new skills in the future.
The most important ideas I present to my students on the first day of class is how incredibly difficult good writing is and that I, too, am just a dedicated student trying to master this art form. Essays and stories are not speeches written down, I tell them, and good writing is not the product of some innate, mysterious talent given to the few among us. No. Writing is hard, mindful work.
My teaching method is to make sure the student's needs are being met. Before I begin working with a student, my desire is to understand what needs they have first to prevent from waisting time. After that is established and I know what is needed, my goal is to provide a structured but fun, successful learning environment.
My teaching uses story-telling to grab interest and dramatize material. Attractive visuals with PowerPoint and video are helpful. My talks involve asking students/audience members a lot of questions draw them out and evoke conversations that serve as springboards for material.
I teach English composition from a writing about writing model. I teach my students how to identify and study genre conventions so they gain transferrable skills for future writing projects. I provide one on one conferencing with each student on all of their major projects.
There is no one method. It depends on the age and maturity of the students. It also depends on their skill level and motivation. While it is sometimes helpful to make it as fun and engaging as possible, that would be inappropriate at other times, such as when teaching essay writing.
After three years of teaching high school English, I returned to grad school to get my MFA in Creative Writing. In addition to dozens of published essays and stories, I edited a literary magazine and currently also run a small press. I am at work on my second novel.
Bachelor’s, Master’s in Arts, English Language and Literature; International TEFL Teaching License, 180 hours, in-class, post-graduate course; Lesson Structure: Preview, Presentation, Practice, Evaluation, tailored to the individual challenges facing each student; Teacher's expertise: English for academic purposes, TOEFL and IELTS preparation.
If you join my classes you’ll learn to communicate in English. I am just the English language expert teacher / trainer / tutor and the professional who meets all the learning goals you need for your English language improvement, for your English language oral speech development and for your better academic achievement.
I tailor my instruction to each individual student and attempt to make connections to their lives. Many students find writing difficult and literature boring - it is my goal to show them how fun both can be! I am a kind, understanding, and patient teacher.
I give lessons to high school and college students needing improvement with writing skills (essay, creative, fiction, formal), interpretation of themes & ideas within classic literature/poetry and their application, rhetoric, and some thesis prep.
It's simple: My role is to access each person's needs and bring them to a place of greater understanding through customized tutoring. I'm not here to lecture; I'm here to teach you strategies to build your own skillset. I am patient and encouraging, and I will always focus first on what you are doing well.
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Perfect! Terry is a tremendous teacher with a profound knowledge of poetry. I consider it a rare privilege to study with him. I highly recommend Terry. He'll change the way you read and appreciate poetry.
Perfect! During the six weeks of our stay in Los Angeles, Judy gave my Swiss kids (age 10 and 8) English lessons for beginners. The kids were really happy with Judy, they learned a lot, especially reading and speaking. Judy is a very motivated,...
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