Shakespearean and Theater acting, British, Medieval and English literature, poetry and reading lessons in Portland, OR.
I specialize in working with children and young adults with special needs such as: Specific Learning Disabilities, Neurological Disorders ADD/ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorders Dyslexia, Pervasive Developmental Delays,Down's Syndrome Sensory Integration Disorders, Communication Disorders I am a certified elementary and special education teacher for K-12, with 25 years of experience. I use a variety of techniques that facilitate learning and growth by engaging students of all ages and abilities in research-based instructional methods. These methods work by combining body-brain connected movements and learning experiences, allowing the student to grow to their full potential. Learning strategies are individualized to meet the learning style and needs of each student. The Learning Switch Connection has been operating since 2006 providing in-home and online based tutoring, behavioral and social skills training, and home school supervision.
Math, reading and American literature lessons in Gresham, OR.
I am an undergraduate 3rd year student at University of Oregon, I am also a classroom assistant at McCornack Elementary School, I work in a 4th grade classroom, my job responsibilities include correct kids' assignments, assign homework, write on the dry erase board, teach with the teacher, and tutor kids if they are struggling with their academics, especially in math. I am very compassionate about my work, and I am very patient.
Math, Reading, Social Studies, Writing and History lessons in Eugene, OR.
My name is Isabella S., and I am a teenage tutor, and I am an A+ student. I look forward to working with you over Zoom!
Hello everyone! My name is Abigail S. and I would like to extend educational services to families who may be experiencing difficulties during the 2020-21 school www.*** ;Many health departments around the country have recommended all districts begin the school year remotely, and this can cause some problems for many families who may have essential workers in the household, multiple students, or create fear and worry for parents who do not feel they are cut out to help their students succeed in the way a teacher cannot replace. Whatever the reason, I would like to help!
I am a 2019 graduate of Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, WA with a degree in Psychology and a minor in Music Performance. I am a substitute teacher for Tacoma Public Schools and was intending on working with them again this school year, however that may not be the case. I also work as a production manager and educator for an area youth theatre program. I teach clarinet and saxophone lessons on the side.
I have been teaching in many capacities for over 20 years. I love empowering students with tools for long term success.
Babysitter with skills in Math, History, General Science, Elementary Math, Reading, and Spelling in Federal Way, WA, USA.
Hi, I’m Colleen!
I recently graduated cum laude from Princeton with a BA in Sociology. I'm open to traditional tutoring for grades 3-12 as well as providing oversight while your kids partake in virtual schooling. I'm patient and willing to try a variety of different approaches, as I understand that we don't all learn the same way!
-One-on-one or groups up to 3. I can work directly your child, or can instead provide oversight and guidance as they navigate distanced learning.
-I believe communication is important! I’ll provide informal written progress reports to parents every few weeks so that we’re on the same page.
-Open to virtual tutoring on the platform of your choice. If you’re in or near Capitol Hill, Seattle and think in-person tutoring would be best, let’s talk-- maybe we can come up with a safe arrangement!
-My schedule is flexible!
When I was in third grade, I delighted in creating homework packets for my younger sister and parents. Now, I am a recent Princeton grad with a major in Sociology and a minor in Spanish Language & Culture. I have experience tutoring one-on-one lower-level math (fifth and ninth grade), and always loved watching a concept finally click when we drew a visual representation of the problem together. I have also volunteered as a homework helper for an after-school program in which I worked across a variety of subjects, mostly with first and fifth graders, and have mentored a local eighth grader through the Big Brothers Big Sisters program. Related experience involves living with a three-year old (who honestly tutored ME in Spanish) when I studied abroad two years ago, and facilitating entry into college life for first-year Princeton students through guided conversations and community service as an orientation leader.