I am able to teach all math through Calculus 1, Language Arts through Middle School, and Dance.
Hi there! I have 3 years of experience tutoring both in high school and university, with even more experience nannying my niece, nephew, and neighbors. I am an aspiring teacher and recently completed a policy internship in Sacramento focused on K-12 online learning, the digital divide, and education equity. My engaging and creative teaching style inspires students to get excited about learning.
I am a patient and calm tutor with a diverse set of strategies to keep students engaged with their curriculum. I design creative lesson plans that are unique to an individual student's learning style and ensure learning is both effective and fun.
tutoring is an easy job thats why i got it hope you can hire me! i'm really responsible im avalible most of the time:) Hope you can hire me :> if you need any help on homework classwork that is due or a school project i got you! also,there is some fun lessons like flute or drawing! ill be adding more subjects in the future but for now we are sticking with this.
Greetings parents and students! I am available to tutor anyone that needs help. I charge $15 per hour. I can tutor in any subject except chemistry and physics.
I have 20+ years of working with elementary students. I had my own classroom for 15 years, and have tutored and subbed as well.
My name is Terri and I have a huge passion for teaching reading to young children, second language learners, or anyone just needing reading support. I have been teaching reading for over 25 years and I have taught hundreds of children on their road to literacy including my own two children who are now grown ups. There is nothing more rewarding than hearing the sounds of words being sounded out and sentences being read. I look forward to working with you!
Hello, my name is Hallie! I'm home from college for the summer and would be ecstatic to help a family with any babysitting or tutoring (up to middle school level) that their child(ren) needs! I have my own transportation and am willing to help with any events, errands, or carpool that may be required.
I had been in the classroom for more than a decade teaching grades K-6. I taught core subjects like Math English Language Arts.
I enjoy and am proficient in teaching both basic skills as well as critical thinking. I assess student needs and research teaching materials online as well as support textual learning and assignments given by classroom teachers. I make subject matter meaningful and fun. I can provide references if you'd like.
Speak with me about you / your child and what your situation and needs are. The consultation and 30 minute initial meeting with the student is complementary. You can decide if we are a good match for what you're looking for.
Poppy Children's House is a new in-home preschool for children www.*** to 6 years old, conveniently located near the Aquatic Park, at 4th & U apartments in West Berkeley.
We are currently accepting applications for enrollment. To arrange a visit or to apply, please contact us.
Poppy Children's House runs a 12 month program for children ages 3 to 6. If your child is shy of 3 by a few months and you feel that he or she is ready to start preschool, there is no harsh cut off date and you are welcome to apply. While the school runs year round, we are closed for holidays.
School Day Hours are 8 am to 2 www.*** ;
After School Care Hours are 2 pm to 6 www.*** ;
School is open Monday through Friday. The drop-off window in the morning is between 8 and www.*** am. Pick-up after school day is between www.*** pm to 2 pm. After school care pick-up is between www.*** pm to 6 pm.
Poppy Children's House tuition is $1,000 a month for the school day and $1,800 a month with after school www.*** ;Two or three day week options are available. A full list of schedule options and tuition rates can be found www.*** ;
Poppy Children's House serves a small community of children. We are currently accepting applications for enrollment. To apply, please contact us.
Thank you for your interest. Below is an overview of my reading intervention and ISEE prep programs.
I work one on one with students two times a week with each session lasting one hour. Before starting, I conduct an assessment which takes up to an hour and a half to assess fluency and comprehension as well as strengths and weaknesses and any possible learning issues. After tallying all the scores and going over my notes, I put the findings in a 4-5 page report. This report serves me as a guide in creating a program conducive to student’s specific needs. The intervention programs are between 14 and 18 sessions long (7-9 weeks).
The sessions are composed of several sections with more focus on those areas that are lacking the most. For example, if the student reads with low fluency more emphasis is placed on bringing the fluency up, and as the fluency improves, more emphasis is given to comprehension. If the student reads with high fluency, we focus on different aspects of comprehension.
I work my students hard, and they are usually tired after each session, but I also make it fun, and they do enjoy it. During each session, I find ways of boosting their self-confidence which helps them become confident readers.
My approach is goal oriented: I don’t believe in working with a student for an entire school year just to keep her head above the water. My goal for the students is to bring them up to a certain level of reading fluency and comprehension. For that reason, I create individual reading intervention programs for each student.
I start with an assessment which takes about 3 hours. I administer the practice test by simulating actual testing situation, collect additional information from the student and put all the findings in a 5-6 page report. Based on the findings, I create the prep program for each student with more focus on those areas that need the most improvement. The prep program is usually 15 to 18 hours long. After we finish all the sessions, I administer another practice test.
Each session is 1 . 5 hour long. In terms of math, I cover all the content and the types of questions that the student will encounter on the actual test. I also work on test taking strategies that are best suited for ISEE. In my experience, majority of students run out of time on math sections during my initial assessment, so I make sure that does not happen on the actual test. We do timed exercises for the students get used to working with time constraints.
As for language arts, I do reading interventions throughout the school year, so I have a lot of different tools I can use to improve student’s score.
Michelle Angelee W. 6323 Valley View Road ~ Oakland, CA 94611 ~ tel: *** ~ ***@*** EDUCATOR / LEARNING & DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST Highly motivated learning and development professional specializing in planning and implementing educational programs in public schools seeks to transition to a learning and development position with responsibility for improving employee productivity and morale. Solid track record of building and implementing core curriculum across diverse subject categories, utilizing practical solutions to manage cross-functional projects and operations in an efficient manner. Proven commitment to quality education; encourage involvement, trust, and respect in participative educational environment. Employ cooperative learning techniques to motivate students, cultivate inclusivity, build teamwork, and enforce accountability; Desire to prepare students to become productive employees with global vision by using innovative and traditional teaching methodologies to build interest and skills for today's competitive business environment. Broad-based knowledge on best practices for delivering impactful educational initiatives. Core Strengths Include: Learning & Development Strategies Cross-Functional Project Management Resource Planning Defining Learning Objectives Instructional Design Program & Content Development Change Management E-learning Strategies Curriculum Development Team Building / Leadership Technologies for Education Data Analysis HISTORY HAYWARD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT, Hayward, CA; 2013 - present K/1 Teacher (2016-present); 4th Grade Teacher (2015–2016); 2nd Grade Teacher (2014 – 2015); 3rd Grade Teacher (2013 – 2014) Teamed with other faculty and specialized personnel to draft and implement lesson plans for students across all levels of instruction. ROSS VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT, Fairfax, CA; tel: *** th Grade Language Arts and History/CORE Teacher Implemented the instructional model Guided Language Acquisition Design(GLAD) into daily lesson planning. WEST CONTRA COSTA SCHOOL DISTRICT, Richmond, CA; tel: *** th Grade Teacher (2011-2012); 4th Grade Teacher (2010-2011); 2nd Grade Teacher ( tel: *** ) Introduced a new behavior management system based on positive reinforcement in alignment with principles of Building Effective Schools Together (BEST). PATHWAYS, Tiburon, CA; tel: *** Head Teacher, Home School Education Analyzed test results in order to properly build a new Individual Education Program (IEP) for a provider of home education services. SAN RAFAEL CITY SCHOOLS; San Rafael, CA; tel: *** st Grade Teacher/Title One Planned and taught a group of students in a specialized English as a Second Language (ESL) class, utilizing educational assessment tools ( www.*** CELDT and San Diego Quick) to assess students for program placement. QUALIFICATIONS Hold full responsibility for development of core curricula, lesson plans, and use of existing learning aids to meet district teaching requirements while incorporating Pedagogy theory on education. Trained teachers as Specialist in Behavior Management Techniques based on Pedagogy theory. Planned specialized curriculum that incorporate culturally responsive teaching techniques into the instructional design. Served as an in-house training and development resource for other staff members. Increase parental involvement through regular communication of student progress—academic and behavioral. Create individual learning plans; monitor performance; provide motivational mentoring to help students achieve learning goals. Partner with faculty to strengthen overall curricula and weave core disciplines together where possible. Draft lesson plans that integrate new technologies as an instructional tool. EDUCATION & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Dominican University of California, San Rafael, CA, 2005 www.*** , Liberal Studies & Teaching Education (double major) (minor in English) Multiple Subject Teaching Credential (with CLAD), State of California Guided Language Acquisition Design (GLAD); Culturally Responsive Teaching Techniques for Equity; Gifted and Talented Education/Differentiated Instruction (GATE), West Contra Costa Schools; Professional Learning Communities (PLC) Participating Teacher; Open Court Reading Program (qualified educator for grades K, 1, 2, 3 and 4); Houghton-Mifflin Reading and Writing; Everyday Math for Elementary Grades; Bay Area Writing Project (BAWP); BTSA Year 1 and Year 2; Step up to Writing Program
English, Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, Reading, and History lessons in Oakland, CA.
I am a junior in high school who is willing to tutor or babysit elementary school children. I am very responsible and flexible.
Hello! I can tutor all age levels in math from basic to calculus, as well as help homework in all subjects. I also teach music, particularly the flute at all levels. I am bilingual in English and Japanese, so 日本語がよければぜひ教えてください！
Elementary school lessons in Burlingame, CA.
I have tutored kids in SAT math, SAT reading, algebra 1 and geometry! I have been tutoring kids for 2 years! I also volunteer at the local hospital and do clerical work for the surgery check in. I love kids and I am looking to tutor any elementary students and middle school students in math or english!
I have experience teaching in the classroom. I previously taught alternative education for one year and 11th and 12th grade English in a continuation high school. In the past I taught 7th and 8th grade English. I also taught ELA Enrichment, which was a remedial English class designed to get below grade level students up to grade level. I received my Bachelor's degree in Liberal Studies. I also have my Master's degree in Education from the University of Phoenix. Before teaching in my own classroom, I substitute taught and worked as a paraprofessional. I was a paraprofessional in self-contained and full inclusion classrooms.
The first thing I do for tutoring is give my students a grade level assessment. The grade level assessment helps me discover what level my student is working at. The assessment also shows me which items need to be worked on. I give lessons on a subject, such as grammar, first. After the lesson, my student and I do a few problems together. After completing the problems together, I have my student work on some problems by themselves. I check the answers in front of my student. If any of the problems are wrong, we go over the problems together. We discuss the right and wrong answers and also why the answer is wrong. I also help students with their homework, if needed.
I'm interested in seeing your child succeed and putting all of my focus and hard work into being on the pace of learning as your child while pushing them toward learning new things.
I do tutor in person and online. But I recommend that if we tutor in person to meet in a public place for the first time because its for safety reasons. I'm reliable and extremely smart i'm amazing with kids annd i am eligible to tutor kids with ADHD and ADD because I myself I have this disorder so I know how to work with it. I tutor math and english for middle schoolers and under. I am quite flexible with my schedule and open to most options. I will tutor you and also help with homework. I also will give prizes as we give pratice items for a little more motivation especially when working with the hyperactive children.
Reading and Math lessons in Lindsay, CA, USA.