In college, I had the opportunity to be an academic fellow. As an Academic Fellow, I meet one on one with the students to help them improve their writing. I found that I enjoy helping people improve their writing and become engaged with the material.
I am willing to help with college writing and creative writing.
I also went to a very competitive high school where I got an International Bacalaureate deploma. I found that the key to doing well in school was feeling engaged with the material. I found that I could do this by staying motivated and a few key study skills. I'm happy to help high school students to become better motived so to impove study skills.
Hi, my name is Cybele L., and I am a French and English Education Major at Hofstra University. As a native French and English speaker, I am employed as a tutor at Hofstra University and as an outside, private tutor as well.
For French, I can help in all aspects of studying, especially speaking, grammar, writing, vocabulary, and reading comprehension. Whether you are a beginner student or advanced learner, I can help you with what you are looking to improve!
In terms of English, I specialize in Literature and Creative Writing. For all ages, I am able to help with analyzing literature (and poetry), essay writing and revising, creative brainstorming, learning grammatical conventions, speech writing, and much more!
I am willing to drive to meet in whichever location would be easiest and most comfortable as a learning environment.
I am a trained tutor with a BA in Written Arts and Classical Studies, and 4+ years of experience tutoring students of all ages. I work particularly on supporting students as they develop writing, reading, and studying skills. In my work I meet students where they are in their academic process and collaborate with them to build achievable goals. I work to change student outcomes--not just the grade on one paper or test; this work is not simply editing, but rather engaging with the roots of students’ academic struggles and joys and building up from there. I believe in supporting students as they interrogate their own academic processes and their own ideas--and do this by leading them through rounds of Socratic questioning, free writing, and showing examples of model work. I have worked at the Bard College Learning Commons as a tutor for over four years, where I have been a peer tutor and Writing Fellow. I am also TESOL certified and have worked at Bard College as an ELL specific tutor. Through the Bard Prison Initiative, I have gained experience working with "non-traditionally aged" students. I am now employed by Bard College as the Tutor Coordinator, a job that allows me not only to tutor, but also to support, collaborative with, and hold training workshops for the undergraduate tutors at the college.
Hi there! I am a former scientist who happens to enjoy English and test preparation in addition to math and science. I have a bachelor's degree in chemistry and biology from Boston University, a PhD in biological chemistry from The Scripps Research Institute, and three years of postdoctoral experience at Harvard University in the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology. The subjects in which I specialize include Test Preparation; Mathematics; General Chemistry; Organic Chemistry; English Writing, Grammar, and Literature; and Introductory Biology . As a tutor, I am patient and adept at identifying areas in which students may need extra help. My style is informal and approachable, and I relate extremely well to students ranging from elementary-school-age to working adults.
About me: I have worked as a part-time Professor of Chemistry at local colleges and universities; I tutor extensively in subjects ranging from science to English to test preparation; and I worked for many years as a scientist--performing experiments and communicating results through written and oral presentations to specialists and non specialists alike. Through these experiences, I have become expert at relating to students of all ages and educational backgrounds.
Ambitious Howard student with lots of educational experience. I can teach various topics including Math, English, Science, and basic Computer Skills. I am working towards a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance. I have experience in Honors English, Writing, Reading, Composition, Literature, Grammar, Spelling, Vocabulary, Public Speaking, Spanish III, College Algebra II, Algebra I, Pre-Algebra, Geometry, Pre-Calculus, Chemistry, Physics, Biology, College Macroeconomics, AP Microeconomics, Microsoft Word, Powerpoint, and Study Skills. I currently have a www.*** Grade Point Average and a Bachelor of Arts from a Tier I Magnet School. I have received multiple academic scholarships and honors awards. I had two dual enrollment courses attended at a university and scored a 88% of the Nationally Representative Percentile on the SAT. I have attended a paid internship and multiple www.*** ;I always work hard to make sure you learn thoroughly and quickly. I break down complicated topics to make them easy to digest and tutor with patience. I will make sure the student knows the subject well and develops productive habits and techniques. Lessons are customized and catered to the needs/goals of the student. I can also help with homework, classwork, assignments, projects, essays, and more! You can book a brief trial lesson to see how you like the overall experience. I am willing to work out location, hours, and what services I am willing to provide depending on the student. This includes via Skype, Zoom, and Google for students that are not in the Northwest www.*** area. Let’s get started. Please contact me for interest and pricing and I am sure we can work something out! Send a message and I will be sure to get back to you asap.
History and literature lessons in Washington DC.
Hello! My name is Helen M., and I am a rising senior at Oakcrest School in Vienna, VA. I have over 6 years experience working with children, including those with disabilities. I primarily tutor in math, reading, and science. I also am happy to help with SAT preparation. I have experience tutoring students of all ages and levels, as well as students with learning disabilities, such as dylexia and ADHD. I have a strong background in math and science from my work in doctoral level research laboratories at Georgetown, Catholic, and Marymount University. I believe that learning should be hands-on, fun, and not overwhelming. I typically charge $25-$35 depending on location. Feel free to reach out if you have any questions.
I'm a writer and artist with a degree in comparative literature from Princeton.