My name is Malika G.! I am currently an elementary school teacher in the Houston area! My passion is teaching and working with kids. I have tremendous experience with children. My first job was a swim instructor where I gave swim lessons to all ages. I then became a Dance Instructor where I taught Bollywood dance to children ages 5-15. I was also a Montessori teacher for 2 years and was responsible for children ages 0-5 years. In addition to all of this, I am the eldest out of my cousins and siblings in my family and have pretty much taken up responsibility of helping care for them since a very young age. I look forward to helping your child achieve your academic goals and am excited to see how much they can learn and grow! :)
I would love to work with your child! I have 18 years of experience as a special education teacher and 13 as the mom of a child with high functioning autism. I can understand your struggles from multiple angles. I am a creative educator who uses data to drive my instruction and often think outside of the box when instructing students. I also utilize visuals a lot in my instruction and really enjoy working with students who just need additional time and attention to understand subjects.
I went to Graduate school to become a school counselor. I ended up becoming a teacher in Jefferson, NH. I have experience working with high needs children k-12.
Hi again! I just wanted to let you get to know a little about me. My previous experience with children started with my younger brother who is now 15. He opened the world to me helping other students with their school work. In 2010, I volunteered at a local Jewish Sunday school working with children ages 5 through 12. I was an assistant teacher for two years. After that, I started volunteering at a camp that was dedicated towards children who are along the Autism Spectrum. Spring 2015 I was an intern at Jemicy Lower school which focuses on working with childrne who have learning disabilities like dyslexia. I loved working with children. In 2015 after I graduated from high school, I went to Frostburg State University and went for a degree in early childhood education. Since then I have obtained a cosmetology license from Robert Paul Academy, and graduated from the Community College of Baltimore County with my Associates degree. I have been accepted into Stevenson University to obtain a degree in Finance. I love working with students and doing math. During this pandemic I have graduated, and am currently helping my 10th grade younger brother with his school work. I want to take the time I have available and help others in need.
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Let me help you achieve your goals! Hi, my name is Daniel and I am an accomplished career teacher for Houston ISD. During the past nineteen years, I have worked in different capacities with students of all ages and learning styles. I have been very successful at developing a strong foundation in core subjects as well as preparing students to excel in various state assessments. I consider myself very approachable, diverse, and detail-oriented. With my expertise, motivation, and dedication, my students always perform at their full www.*** addition to my teaching career, I regularly work as a tutor for a wide range of subjects. I provide one-on-one or small group tutoring. My experience has positively developed my skills to determine the areas of emphasis for growth as well as designing plans to remediate www.*** keep an excellent tracking record of students passing the GED test for which I served as an instructor for two www.*** am always looking forward to new challenges that help me grow personally and professionally.
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One passion people quickly learn about me is that I LOVE working with kids!
Our one-on-one German lessons focus on each student’s needs and goals. The usual fee for our one-on-one lessons is $60 for a 60 minute lesson. This would include lessons at JacobiTeacher Downtown office Manhattan, NY.
For students who prefer private lessons at home or work, the fee may be higher depending on www.*** online lessons we use the video conferencing service "Zoom". You would not have to download it to attend online lessons with us! Because our schedule is flexible, we do not charge a cancellation fee. Our clients pay only for the personal lessons they actually attend!
Nico Jacobi holds a Master’s degree in teaching and education from the University of Cologne. He graduated in 2008 and taught German, Social Science, and Geography at Kurt-Tucholsky-Gesamtschule-Krefeld and Julius Leber Sekundarschule Berlin for the following seven years.
In June of 2015 he moved from Berlin to Manhattan, founded JacobiTeacher and started offering private German tutoring services in the NYC area for all levels and contexts: professional, personal, etc.
He studied under Professor Kersten Reich at University of Cologne, where he was influenced by the philosophies of John Dewey and constructivist teaching methods and uses a lot of these methods for his lessons.
What are your goals?
Our one-on-one German lessons focus on each student’s needs and goals. The following descriptions of learning levels will help you to classify your own level. They also help us organize the teaching process so that we can create useful material. While these levels are helpful guides, they are just suggestions; Our teachers are very flexible in their teaching and will make sure the student is reaching his or her goals.
Basic 1 Grammar:
The Basic 1 level focuses on the basic development of grammar skills. By the end of this level, students will be able to create everyday expressions and basic phrases. Students will build basic vocabulary and listening skills while developing a foundation in German grammar.
Basic 2 Listening / Speaking:
The Basic 2 level focuses on the development of listening and speaking skills. While developing these verbal skills, students will continue to build vocabulary and extend their grammar skills. By the end of this level, students will be able to understand German sentences and frequently used expressions related to common topics (e . g . very basic personal and family information, shopping, local geography, employment).
The Advanced level focuses on the development of conversation and communication skills. Conversation topics are drawn from articles, movies, TV shows, culture, etc. During the lessons students will also extend their skills in grammar and vocabulary.
Das Level Konversation 1 richtet sich an Deutschlerner, die bereits über genügend passive Sprachkenntnisse verfügen, um die Sprache zu konsumieren, sie aber noch nicht ausreichend anwenden können, um sich im Gespräch sicher zu verständigen.
Die Gesprächsthemen orientieren sich am Alltag und den Bedürfnissen des Schülers/ Studenten. Es werden ausserdem weiterführende Gramatikregeln erarbeitet und der Wortschatz erweitert.
Das Level Konversation 2 richtet sich an Deutschlerner, die sich im Alltag bereits sicher verständigen können. Das Ziel des Kurses ist es die Sprachkenntnisse zu perfektionieren.
Gesprächsthemen können je nach Interesse des Schülers/ Studenten aus den Bereichen Gesellschaft, Politik, Erdkunde und Unterhaltung stammen.
I am currently employed at the Kumon Tutoring center in Bridgewater , NJ . I am able to teach young ages , starting at 3 y/o . I have also been employed at an adult daycare , child daycare , home for kids with cerebral palsy , and more . With all that being said , I am more than able to handle anyone who comes my way in need of help . I am also in a CNA course right now . Through that , I have earned many certfications which would not only aid me in teaching your child but helping / aiding them in their time of distress if the situation deems itself necessary . I am ready for the knowledge to flow from one brain to the other !!!!! Please feel free to contact me via email - ***@*** or via phone , found on my profile .
As a child growing up, I’ve witnessed my mom successfully help many students, including myself. This inspired me to live by her example from a young age. I enjoy learning and helping students develop a lifelong love for www.*** ;
As a Lead Tutor for the TRiO Student Services Program, I learned about effective communication and how language significantly impacts my connection with peers. My responsibilities as a Lead tutor included tutoring students in Chemistry, Biology, Physics, and Calculus. I was also able to conduct out-reach, develop personalized tutoring material for students, and meet with fellow program tutors to review tutoring curricula and common challenges experienced by students. In addition to that, I participated in class visits to educate students on available learning resources and completed individual projects to improve the tutoring system.
Growing up with nine siblings provided me the opportunity to exhibit my love for teaching through them. In earning my High School Diploma and an Associates degree, I found numerous possibilities to volunteer/work as a tutor at my local library and college campus. I tutored math, up to calculus, and some science courses during my time with TRIO SSS. I've also worked as a mathematics tutor at the Math Resource Center on campus. During those five months, I participated in multiple workshops to improve my tutoring and communication skills. Finally, I found a great opportunity during the summer to tutor at my local library. This experience opened a door of opportunities for me to grow, learn, and most of all, teach.
Many students struggle to find useful learning resources during these unprecedented times. My goal is to use my role to provide as much help as possible so you can succeed academically. Please feel free to contact me. I would prefer to work in the evenings, but can arrange for additional times. I would love to work with you and help you meet your goals and have success in school.
I use my knowledge of long-term learning to do more than tutor, but to also foster a love of learning. My goal is to help my students maintain what they learn well after the lessons are over.
"Maybe you can stay for ... 8 more minutes." - Kindergarten student
"She knows a lot about a lot of things." - 7th-grade student
"I couldn't have gotten an A without you." - College studnet
If this sounds like the kind of tutor you want to work with, then book an appointment. I look forward to meeting you!
English, math, history and science lessons in Roseville, CA.
I am currently a college student at Utah State University on scholarship as I work towards my masters in Deaf Elementary Education with a minor in Child Psychology. I love working with kids and teens and have a passion for teaching. I have tutored at an elementary Deaf and Hard of Hearing school in Mesa Arizona using just ASL to communicate. I have also received an award for top student in my ASL skill in high school. I have a passion for this language, culture, and community. I may be young but give me a chance to prove myself with first lesson free! I can't wait to meet you and help you learn so much about ASL and the Deaf community.
My name is Hector T. and I am a previous 2nd grade educator with a love of learning! I truly believe that an excellent education is the foundation of a happy life and I am fully capable of helping your student realize that. A problem occurs in education when we teach a lesson in isolation. I will spend time making connections with your student so they emerge seeing the greater picture that is made up of puzzle pieces they have placed! I aim to know my student’s goals and highlight that every academic accomplishment is one step closer. I currently hold a certification in pk-8th education, and I'm confident I could help a student improve academically!
What you will get from me:
1) A thoughtful lesson: I will require prior notice on desired lesson and topic so I can come prepared to execute
2) Progress updates: I will personally email you progress updates on how your student does on exit assessment (every lesson will have one.)
3) Extension opportunities: As seen fit, I will provide extension work for your student to complete to practice skills!
Ultimately, I want you to be assured that I will care for your student just as I cared for students in my own classroom. You can be assured that I will take pride in contributing to their overall growth and success!
I hope to hear from you soon!
A VERY DIFFERENT TYPE OF PERSONAL TRAINER. I'M A 100% MOBILE TRAINER.
I know wanting to better your health and get fit is a priority for most people, but making that leap and actually doing something about it can be tough.
I hate gyms, always have, so don't work in them. I come to you in your home or a local park, where you feel comfortable and tailor a program to fit your wants and needs. I have all the equipment we will ever need and work out with you.
I specialize in getting people feeling strong again; especially people that haven't been active physically in a long time, if ever, in their lives.
Examples of Current Clients:
• helped a woman lose over 100lbs and a man lose over 120lbs.
• a man gain 20lbs of muscle and the arms he always dreamed of
• eating disorder clients become athletes
• older adults gain balance and mobility getting out of their wheelchairs
• young adults get fit and ready for scholastic sports
• heart attack and stroke patients get back to better health
• damaged joint and back problem sufferers learn how to manage their injuries to live fuller lives
• and many other clients learn that exercise can be fun and a regular part of their lives
I am able to provide references from many satisfied parents. With my husband, I have founded four private schools. One is still in operation in the U .S. Territory of Guam. Many graduates have gone on to Notre Dame, Oxford, Stanford, Georgetown and Marquette School of Law, to name a few. Our website is www.*** ;
I am available to tutor in a variety of subjects. All grades. Algebra I, English I,II,III,IV, all courses on FLVS and more. I evaluate each student individually and each student is taught one-to-one. I would love to hear from you. Make sure to view the website as there are many pictures.
Dr. Carolyn L. H., PhD, EdD
I am a graduate of Elon University's Class of 2016 with my BS in Biochemistry and a minor in Neuroscience. Although I have a passion for science and continue to pursue a career in healthcare, I am also a published author and maintain an active lifestyle. I have years of tutoring experience at the middle school, high school, and college levels in addition to being a designated trainer at my job. I also have experience working with children with Autism and other learning disabilities. I prefer online tutoring through video, but after a few lessons I may be willing to travel to meet in person. Please reach out to me if you have any questions or want to establish a tutoring schedule with me! :)
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I am a special education teacher at my local high school. I started my own tutoring business during March of 2020, when we were in the midst of the pandemic. I have over 10 years of experience with tutoring and teaching young children.
Looking for Elementary aged students (K-6) who need assistance in any subject. I am currently in school for my bachelors in Elementary Ed and am looking to tutor to help students and earn credits for service learning. Feel free to send me message with any questions you have.
I love to color, craft, and find stuff outdoors to do with the kids I watch. My baby sister is 2 and a half, and I often watch her for 2-8 hours, so I know first hand how rough it can be! I was in honors english most of my high school, and I will be going into a statistics major. I often helped my siblings with their homework, and the kids I babysat.
I am graduating in May with an education degree! I will be certified to teacher K- sixth grade! I would love to tutor to help make these times a little easier on parents who are currently still working or need some extra help!
Hi there! I am a special education elementary teacher and I am looking for a part time job. I have always had a passion for tutoring and helping others. I can help your child with reading skills, language arts, english, social studies, science, math, and social skills. Please reach out to me if you have any questions at ***@***
I currently work at Life-Steps Daycare, previously was an assistant coach for Butler's varsity track and field team, and I have peer tutored many times in the past. I am currently working to get my certificate in American Sign Language and am on track to earn my www.*** in education post-graduation. I am also a fiction www.*** ;
I am a very responsible, patient, diligent, trustworthy, dedicated, outgoing, and respectable woman who loves kids and teaching alike. Teaching is my passion and tutoring is the perfect way for me to help others form an appreciation and understanding of literature, reading, and writing as I have!
Hi, my name is Danielle Z. and I am a senior at UNCG! I was a double major in Elementary Education and Special Education for 3 years and I am now studying Media Studies. My heart has always been with teaching children, but I switched majors when the double major became too much to handle! When I graduate in May 2020, I will then return to the education program and work on my Teaching Licensure! I look forward to working with you and your children!
Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, Geometry, Statistics and writing tutor in Birmingham, Alabama.
I am a NYC public school educator who graduated from Teachers College, Columbia University in 2011. I have been teaching high school level Earth science for 8 years and have a professional NYS teaching certification/license in Earth Science grades 7 - 12.
My passion for teaching science extends far beyond the classroom, and it is my goal to help you or your child achieve mastery in Earth science through private tutoring sessions. I have experience in administering the Earth science lab practicum, and teaching Earth science Regents prep classes to prepare students for state exams.
I have a personal rocks and minerals collection, and other lab materials that allow me to do hands-on laboratory work with you or your child. This helps to deepend and solidify their understanding of the complex interrelationships that occur on Earth and throughout our universe.
I also have experience teaching children with special needs, and individualized education programs (IEPs) as well as children with autism.
I have been teaching and tutoring students for 15 years. I have a master's degree in special education and a bachelor's degree in elementary education. I tutor mainly elementary students in math, reading, writing, study skills, and homework help. I greatly enjoy helping students one on one because I can really focus on helping and improving on each student's strengths, one at a time. I love helping students gain confidence in the classroom. I am looking forward to hearing from you!
I have been studying music since 1981. I started learning music as every American child does (did) in Kindergarten. However, I may have been the unusual child, learning music. There was never a moment I stopped learning or practicing what I had learned. I started playing the Bb Clarinet in Beginning Band in the Forth grade (1986). In Fifth grade, I was promoted to Intermediate Band on Bb Clarinet (1987). In Sixth Grade, I was promoted into Advanced Band on Bb Clarinet (1988). By the time I was graduating from elementary school, upon the interview I had with the band direcor from the Junior High, I was invited to enroll in Symphonic Band. However, when I was promoted into Junior High, I wasn't able to get into Symphonic band, as I had hoped. The period I was offered to play in band was during the Beginning Band hour. So, I started playing the Flute in Seventh grade (1989). By the end of Seventh grade, I was awarded a letter. In Eigth grade, I was able to enroll back into Advanced Band on Flute (1990), again due to the availability in class scheduling. By the end of My Juinor High studies, I was again invited to enroll in Symphonic Band by the Highschool band director. However, in 1991, when I was promoted to Nineth grade. The only band hour I was offered to take was Beginning Band (again). This time I took up the Tenor Saxophone. By the end of my Tenth grade (1993), I was once again invited to enroll in Symphonic band by the new school band director. However, I started taking business classes the remaining two years of highschool (1994-1995). Although, I discontinued studying music in school, I continued self teaching and playing every day since. I started learning violin in 1996. In 2014 I joined my church's orchestra (2014). I have been staying current and conditioning my skills.
Elementary math and reading lessons in North Lauderdale, FL.
My intellectual curiosity, love of learning, and desire to positively impact the lives of others ultimately lead me into the field of education. I believe that the purpose of education is to equip an individual with the necessary tools to problem solve, effectively communicate, and think critically. The quality of education that children receive in their early years is pivotal to their development and success later in life.
I am currently working as a Kindergarten teacher in an inclusive classroom for Baltimore City Public Schools. I hold two Maryland Educator Certificates, in Elementary Education and Special Education. In May 2016, I completed the Master of Arts in Teaching program at Johns Hopkins University. I also have experience working with students with Autism and other special needs.
I believe that as a teacher, I contribute to the development of dynamic and engaging learning environments for students. I look forward to working with your child/student!
I can tutor elementary, and middle school students. For high-school students, I can tutor in pre-algebra, English 9-12, chemistry, anatomy, and psychology.