I graduated from Princeton Unversity, with a Bachelor of Science in Chemical and Biological Engineering in Spring 2018. I am currently applying to medical schools, but have always had a passion for teaching - whereas I began tutoring other students - both younger and the same age as I - as a freshman in high school. I continued during my summer breaks from college, even though I had various internships and research jobs. I am working full-time (40 hours a week) as a clinical research assistant at CHOP, but would love to continue to teach on the side! I love working with everyone from children to young adults. I am willing to work out location, hours, and what services I am willing to provide, depending on the student -- this includes via skype for interested students that are not in the Philadelphia area. Please contact me for interest and pricing and I am sure we can work something out!
Hi! I am a positive and creative former teacher! I started teaching right out of college in 2015. I taught in Jacksonville, FL for two years and Newark, NJ for two years. During my time in Jacksonville, I taught middle school science (6th, 7th, and 8th grade!). When I moved back up north, I taught 9th grade biology and 9th grade physics as well as AP Biology. Although I have stepped out of the classroom, I still teach saturday school at a charter a charter school in the Bronx as a volunteer. At this school, I teach 5th grade math. Even though I spent my time as a formal teacher in science classrooms, I often pushed in to math classrooms as extra support, specifically in Algebra 1. Lastly, I taught in both General Ed classrooms as well as Special Ed classrooms, so I am comfortable with accomodations and modifications as outlined in IEP and 504 plans! I strongly believe in meeting the needs for every individual child so all can have the "ah-ha" moments that learning brings!
I am a current physics major at NYU. I have more than two years of experience tutoring students of various ages in math and science. Plus, je parle français, et je serais content d'enseigner le math et les physiques en français.
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I went to Forest Hills High School in which I was a part of the Carl Sagan Math and Science Program. From my junior to senior year, I got a job working with elderly people, however, I still managed to maintain my grades and finished all 4 years with a 95 overall average (4-0). I also received a biliteracy award, honors in math, high honors in social studies, and honors in foreign language during my senior awards ceremony.
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I am 15 years old, I am helping younger children in school. I could help with homework or to study! :)
I am a current high school junior. I have experience tutoring pre-k- 4th grade.
I have honor classes in school and supplies to help me tutor.
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I have 5 years of experience with Electrical and mechanical engineering as well as, mathematics, and essay writing.
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I am in 11th grade and I would love to tutor in creative writing!
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Efficient in K-5 learning including 6-8 Math, English, Art (Plays, Photography), Technology, Science, Projects, and Fairs. History included. Bronx, NY.
I have recently moved to USA from Bangladesh. Back in Bangladesh I have been teaching students of Grade 1 to Grade 7 for 5 years. I have only taught English medium students. I teach Science and Maths.
I have 6+ years of experience with working with children from elementary to middle school. I am currently a sophomore in college who is majoring in Psychology and looking forward to applying to medical school next year. I tutor all subjects but have recently focused on tutoring college students who are interested in science based careers.
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I am a student of Brooklyn Tech High School as a senior. I am looking for tutoring jobs around New York City on both weekdays and weekends if possible and preferred. I agree to take any amount of any method of payment.
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I am a fully certified and licensed NYS/NYC public school teacher. I have taught the 4 core subjects in elementary school and American/Ancient/World history at the middle school level. I prefer to tutor in a public setting such as a library. I look forward to hearing from future students.
Hello! My name is Austin, and I am a high school student and online tutor. I am a current junior at my high school and wish to help other students around my age (9-16) with troubling academics. I am able to provide full help with the inside secrets of middle and high school at a low and reasonable cost. All meetings/appointments would be virtual through a free online meeting platform. I would be very flexable with appointment dates and times since I have a revolving schedule as a student (The schedule provided is subject to change). If you would like to have any help with academics or want more information, email me at --- ***@***
I currently teach for the DOE and specialize in Middle School Math and Science. I work with a wide range of students that vary at all levels. My students range in their learning based on their learning needs. Typically, I work with students that need to be challenged through enrichment, to better prepare them for an intense academic environment, as well as making several modifications for learners that require scaffolding techniques by applying learning strategies that benefit their own learning style. I implement new methods on how to tackle any multi-step word problem and show learners different methods in problem solving.
Hi! My name is Sarah and I am 20 years old. I am currently attending the University of Connecticut and I am in the Honors Program studying Biomedical Engineering. I have tutored students from grade 3 to college students. However, I am willing to tutor for any age. I specialize in mathematics and science but I can also tutor in other subjects such as elementary Spanish. In high school, I was in the high honor roll every year as well as the National Honors Society and the National Spanish Honors Society. I graduated with an International Baccalaureate Diploma, New York Regents Distinction, and mastery in science and mathematics. I would be willing to help with homework and I have my own car for transportation if needed. I am reliable, outgoing, and flexible!
My name is Pauline and I am a 9th grader looking to tutor children and others in English! I am a great writer and with good comprehension, I can help out, Just send me a message and I will tell you what I can do. $25 per hour. I can do science, but I am not good with math.
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Currently, I am finishing my fourth full year of teaching elementary school. I am a 5th grade special education teacher in an integrated co-teaching classroom. For two years, I previously taught grades 1-3, so I have experience working with younger and older elementary aged students. I am familiar with the curriculum across all elementary grades. Starting for the Summer 2018, I can easily accommodate schedules, as mine is very flexible and open.
I have taught elementary math for four and a half years. This past school year, I've had numerous PD's on elementary math. I work in small group and whole group settings during math, and differentiate instruction using manipulatives, visuals, and other ways to engage students.
This past year I have worked very closely with the reading teacher at my school, to improve both reading and writing in the classroom. Reading is heavily emphasized in the classroom, and is something the students practice every day. I use the practices of having both small groups, and whole class reading. I use a "I do" "we do" "you do" approach to reading, so students are able to see the model, practice as a class, and complete work independently.
Phonics is practiced closely in the younger grades, but still incorporated into my 5th grade lessons. For my lower students, I work both in small group and 1:1 settings to improve phonics and fluency. I do this by reading books, using flash cards, using illustrations, and charts.
Students practice spelling by using flash cards, illustrations, and participating in engaging and effective educational games.
I have an open schedule and am willing to accommodate any time during the week to meet.
I am an Elementary Teacher with experience in K-6 classrooms. I teach all subjects in addition to tutoring. I truly enjoy helping students acheive their academic goals and have fun along the way!
As far as it comes to general education: I've been there, and I've done that. Having said that, I'd like to denote the absolute importance of true learning and actual knowledge of a subject - something that is difficult to ascertain in a classroom where you are simply going through the motions of socialisation.
So if you're looking to cut through the mundane and get a deeper understanding of some material, or if you're looking for someone to help you game the system to turn busy work into light work - then I'm your guy.
Also, don't be discouraged by the thought that I won't be able to translate the material well to someone that isn't accustomed to AP classes, rather, consider it like so: I can help provide that deeper "AP analysis and understanding" without all of the "rigor", or rather, all the busy work, cramming material, www.*** it as getting a taste of an AP experience through a much friendlier, understanding, and eloquent medium that has seen what works and what doesn't work in terms of teaching students, and can therefore pick and choose the good from the bad to help you make sense of the www.*** said that, here are some of my credentials:I've taken 11 APs throughout my high school career:-AP Economics (5/4)-AP Lang and Comp (5)-AP Calc BC (3)-AP Physics 1 (3)-AP US History (5)-AP Psych (4)-AP Lit and Comp (-)-AP Comp Sci A (-)-AP Statistics (-)-AP Physics C (-)-AP French Lang (-)I have a 97(dot)91/100 weighted GPA, which translates in practicality to a 4(dot) www.*** seems this website censors dots as websites, which is a bit odd.