Psychology Science, English, and Development teacher in Bryan, Texas, USA. TESL certified.
I'm very passionate about helping more students with their subjects and I'm very eager to devote my time working as a tutor. I will keep my attention on finding the ways to explain concepts that are best suitable to a student. I've been tutoring all STEM subjects since my junior highschool and it turned out that the results of my tutoring were very good as all my students had a much better understanding of course concepts and become more efficient in solving problems. If you choose me to help you in any subjects listed, I promise I will not let you down because I have confidence in myself and I have confidence in every student who comes to find me.
For online tutoring: Zoom is preferred.
Tyler L. is the founder and principal instructor of Examine It Tutoring Services, which works in and around the various boroughs of New York. Examine It works with a wide range of students, all with unique educational backgrounds. We focus on developing a student’s problem solving ability rather than content memorization.
Tyler is a former environmental engineer at Air Pollution Characterization & Control. APCC is based out of Hermon, ME and focuses on air pollution compliance testing for industrial facilities. While there, he learned importance of applying abstract engineering concepts to real life and often irregular situations. He also learned the value of problem solving in real time and conveys that importance to his current students.
Tyler graduated magna cum laude from the University of Maine with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering and a Mathematics minor. He currently resides in Manhattan.
I have a wide range of tutoring and leadership experience. I have been a high school English teacher, a football and baseball coach, a youth pastor, a director of Christian education for an Episcopal church, a college professor, and a test prep tutor and classroom teacher. I have helped students from ages 7 to 70. Most importantly, I love to teach and help others become the best versions of themselves that they can be.
We provide adults and families in the USA and Internationally the opportunity to learn educational and work skills. We have degreed teachers as well as tutors and volunteers that have experience teaching Reading, Language Arts, Basic Math, Writing Skills, and Citizenship Preparation and more along with homework help for elementary students. Last, we have an Online Language program that consists of Conversational English, Spanish, French, German and Mandarin Chinese.
I love kids with dandruff they have to have dirty blond hair, love pigs, and be vegan. Sing with me class “Eating animals is wrong, hurting animals is wrong share this song and change your entire menu to be vegan from now on." - Vegan Tecaher. Kids who don't have diabetes and dandruff are not going to be tutored by me. Also I have a very good deal at only 7000000000000000000000000 dollars per minute. I know what you are thinking 7000000000000000000000000 is not a lot so why not come in and enjoy me picking your kids dandruff and I would love to pick the paren'ts to. I am 40 years old and I love kids.
I am interested in becoming a tutor and one who is willing to work patiently with students.My experience will show that i am dedicated to my work. During the time that i have worked with students, i was able to see accomplishments.As a result of that, i am willing to continue teaching biology,economics,python language, AP Physic, and chemistry.
***DOING ONLINE LESSONS ONLY*** I have Masters in Maths and I am Former Head of Mathematics of a high achieving school. I have been teaching and tutoring for the past 20+ years. I teach Math up to AP level and have had great results always. I have also been an examiner for UK International and OCR examination boards for Math exams. The best part of my job is making Maths enjoyable and accessible to my students. It is hugely rewarding when your students achieve their potential grades and progress to the next stage of their academic life. I am very passionate about my subject. Before teaching, I worked as a Senior Analyst Programmer in a Software house specialising in Banking software. Please note that I only tutor online as I need all my resources to deliver a lesson that meets my expectation and yours!
I started tutoring on my own approximately nine years ago and I decided to join the WyzAnt community in order to reach out to more students. I have tutored over 500 hours through Wyzant to date and I hold a 4,9/5,0 star rating. Feel free to read through feedback from my previous students to get a better idea of my tutoring qualifications.
My total SAT score was 2170 - M770 CR700 W700. My composite ACT score was 34 - M35 E34 R34 S31. My GRE score was Verbal 158 (78th percentile), Quantitative 167 (94th percentile), and Analytical Writing 5,5 (98th percentile). I specialize in SAT and ACT preparation for high school students. I am also interested in tutoring college students preparing for the GRE general test. For test preparation, I assign a decent amount of homework each week and I spend the majority of my sessions going over the questions my students answer incorrectly.
I would like all potential students to understand that the SAT and ACT are not exactly the same, and therefore require different types of preparation. If you have any questions about this, feel free to send me a message. I also put together my own review packets for the SAT and ACT, covering all the main concepts for the math sections and the grammatical concepts for the SAT writing section/ACT English section.
I am also focusing on helping high school and college students write and edit their college admission essays and scholarship essays (for undergraduate or graduate school). I offer face-to-face sessions with students to assist in all phases of the writing process - coming up with a catchy/meaningful idea, planning out the content and structure, and editing the drafts. The rate for these sessions will be my standard rate of $60 per hour.
However, I am also willing to offer assistance via email for students who wish to have their essays edited without meeting face-to-face. The rate for this type of session will vary depending on factors such as the length of the essay, how many rounds of editing are needed, and the overall amount of time that I spend editing the essay. I am willing to discuss a rate that is reasonable for both me and the student/parent.
As far as my cancellation policy goes, I require notice at least 24 hours in advance for a lesson cancellation. If I do not receive adequate notice, I will charge a $25 cancellation fee. This is primarily due to the fact that if I schedule someone for a particular day and time, I am filling that time slot and not allowing other students the chance to take that slot. Therefore, I am losing business by allowing students to cancel at the last minute. However, I offer all of my students 1 last minute cancellation free of charge; subsequent late cancellations will be subject to the $25 fee. The only major exception to this policy is a cancellation due to severe weather conditions, in which case I will not charge a cancellation fee if the lesson is cancelled at the last minute.
While all of my "professional" and "academic" qualities are certainly important, I think it's also necessary for you to understand more about me as a person. I consider myself a "nerd" and I am no longer self-conscious about it - it's who I am. I love school, but aside from that I enjoy reading and writing. To me, the smell of a bookstore is like that of a decadent chocolate cake to many others. Although throughout the school year I typically only engage in academic writing, in my down-time I write poetry and I finished writing my first young adult novel during NaNoWriMo 2016. I'm an athlete. When I was younger I did karate for about 6,5 years and got my black belt. Now, running is one of my passions. I ran my first half-marathon this past March with my Mom in RI. I don't consider myself fast, but the mental reprieve that I experience during a long run is something I could never give up. Finally, during the winter I take pleasure in crocheting. I make hats, blankets, stuffed animals, and anything else I can come up with. Yes, my interests are eclectic. Yes, I'm eccentric. I think that these parts of me make me a better tutor because I'm well-rounded and I'm always trying to come up with new ways to help my students. Also, I think it's important for my potential students and their parents to know more about me than simply my academic abilities.
Please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns. I hope to hear from you soon!
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! :)
Hi. My name is Cat. I have an AA in Human Commuincation from Georiga Highlands College. I am currently working on my BA in History with the Univserity of Central Flordia (as of this fall). I love all things related to history, writing, and other cultures. I have lived overseas in China for two years as teenager with my family. And actually I am moving pretty soon to Italy. Please reach out of you do not understand something. I am here to help. It is my dream to be a History teacher and also teach writing. Happy Learning!
I am an award winning Professor of Humanities, Social Science, and Liberal Arts for 30 years at university and colleges including U. C. Berkeley. I have mentored more then 50,000 students into vocations and successful careers. I am an excellent writer and I have been published in a number of books and periodicals. I am also a distinguished public speaker and have presented at numerous conventions and conferences. I can tutor Social Studies, Humanities, Social Science, Ethnic Studies, African American Studies, Sociology, Religion,and Liberal Arts courses.
I graduated from West Chester University in 2019 with a degree in Mathematics. After graduation, I landed a job at a math tutoring center, where I tutor children in grades K-12. These tutoring services include, homework help, one-on-one tutoring, group tutoring, etc. When I'm not tutoring, I'm usually busy with graduate school at Temple University, where I am seeking a degree in Secondary Mathematics Education.
If you or your child needs help with math homework or needs additional lessons, feel free to reach out to me. I'm usually available throughout the week, weekends, Holidays, etc.
The best way to reach me is via email:
Please allow up to 24 hours for me to respond to your email/ request. In the email please include you (or the child's name), grade, and what subject of math they are requesting help for, i.e Algebra, multiplying fractions, etc. I plan to run these services online for the time being due to the current situation of COVID-19. That being said, please specify in the email if you (or the student) would like to communicate over email, zoom, or google hangout, etc.
I'll tell you what, the first TWO lessons/sessions will be free! Additional rates may apply.
If you have any additional questions/concerns please don't hesitate to reach out to me!
Thank you and stay safe!
15 years tenure: Associate Professor of Communication at Lansing Community College-Lansing, Michigan 2003-2018
Human Communication Dynamics, Fundamentals of Public Speaking, Interpersonal Communication, Communication & Culture
3 years: Customer Service Training Manager-Lansing Board of Water & Light-Lansing, Michigan
4 years: Manager of Public Relations & Diversity-Lansing Board of Water & Light-Lansing, Michigan
8 years: Professional Mediator: Mid-Michigan Dispute Resolution Center, Lansing, Michigan
I take great pride in being a lifelong learner. Since early childhood, I have benefited from the good fortune of being around others who have inspired me to learn by wondering about the world around me. When I first meet your student, we will spend a few minutes talking about what they are studying, what is challenging them in that course, and what interests they possess. Every aspect of our culture from entertainment to the sciences has a story. Helping a student focus on those stories can provide them the boost they need in subjects like History, American Government, and several others across the typical, 6-12th grade social students curriculum. I also have spent more than 20 years working as a broadcast journalist, taking complex informational chaos, and transforming it into informative conversation. If you are struggling as a writer or public speaker, I can help build your confidence. No matter what subject I assist you with, I intend to help you grow as a critical thinker. Almost every subject we encounter in school and every challenge in life requires the essential art of critical thinking.
In my past tutoring experiences, I have worked with student who are worried about being sent to summer school because of a looming F, only to have them raise their grades to Bs and As. For many of them, I have witnessed them develop a keener interest and mastery of a subject that once made them feel isolated, intimidated, and terrified. Let me help light your path through a touch class.
My teaching perspective has always been growth mindset. I have spent my tenure focusing on bringing up my students to grade level and beyond. I have seen 500 point increase in math SAT scores in my students. I have been instrumental with my students that were lagging behind their class surpass their class. I enjoy helping my students succeed beyond their own expectations of themselves.
Essay writing, Spanish and ESL lessons in New York, NY.
Hello. I teach how to talk, how to write and how to read in the Russian language at the same time. At first, my students learn how our letters sound and we write them down. Next vocabulary: I give a word, type it in skype for my student, he or she reads it and write it down. This I do with students who can read and write, it means after we learn Russian alphabet.
Plus, I teach my students how to describe their weather (cold, warm, hot, rain, snow, wind - are main words for it). So, my student can tell me about his weather at our second lesson already.
My lessons are VERY EASY!!!! I don't take a lot of grammar rules and first vocabulary we learn with colorful cards. So, pretty quckly my students find out HOW to talk and WHAT to say. I use grammar rules very carefuly (for God sake I'll take a bit more grammar and kid-student loosing his or her interest).I do the same with adults but we take more words to learn. But everything depends on student and his or her target.
I work on my own teaching method for almost 8 years. It's made on consistency of building the vocabulary and grammar rules, that begins with simple word, short sentence and we "create" base of the Russian language knowledge. I spent years of finding logic ideas and plans for my lessons that were based on my own teaching experience and my students' inputs, removing all mistakes and misunderstanding in my lessons, so my lessons are useful, interesting and helpful.
I watch Masha and a Bear with my kids-students, in Russian, it's 10 minutes. We describe the episode later (5 minutes) and take new words and phrases from the show. But I do the same with adult students as well. But it depends only on my student desire or hie or her parent!
I prepare an audio recording with our new words and phrases after each lesson, so students can listen to it any time they want to and repeat everything, plus it's practice of pronunciation. But if my student has Russian parent, the parent can help with practicing new words with just looking at our lesson vocabulary and practicing it with his or her kid, that's why typing all new words is a great idea!
I graduated from the University of Florida in 1990 where I received my Bachelor's degree in Elementary Education Grades 1-6 & Early Childhood Grades PreK-3rd grade. I have a valid teaching certificate, ESOL & Reading Endorsements, & ESE credits. I have 25 years teaching & tutoring experience in a public-school setting where I taught K-3 grades.
Before I retired, I worked with the children needing specific intervention help in phonics & fluency. I've also worked with struggling students during the Covid-19 pandemic, & I'm aware of the impact it has made on our children. I can provide proof of my Covid-19 & flu vaccinations; however, proof of your child's vaccination record isn't mandatory.
I can work M-F 10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Parents are invited but not required to stay.
My name is Mika G.. I am excited to share my love of learning with you and your children. I have a wide variety of experience and resourse in reading comprehension. math and English language learning. I have been teaching for 25 years. I have had the privilege of teaching many levels of children from kindergarten up to sixth grade. I am passionate about making children life long learners and lovers of reading and writing. I believe that all children can learn. I feel that children learn best in a comfortable environment in which they can have fun and feel successful. I believe in positive reinforcement and encouragement in order to push children to their highest level of learning. I am a fun and caring mom of two boys. Teaching is my passion and making it fun is my goal. I am fun, energetic and full of experiences that I would like to share with many children.
I have experience in teaching kids in the first grade. I taught as a volunteer sunday school teaher every sunday for 4 years. I want to become a teacher when i graduate college. One of my favorite things is to tutor/teach others. I do not mind zoom calls or skype calls or face to face tutroing.
Hi, my name is X. Shi and I go by Edward. I just graduated from University of Utah with a double major in Video Game Design and Japanese. I've been doing volunteer work for the English Language Institute of the University for a couple of years because most of the students there are Japanese. Thus, I've constantly communicating with Japanese for years. I also took the Practical Japanese Exam (J-Test) and got an A-.
I can teach you anything about Japanese so come to my sessions!
I am a sophomore at Creighton University studying Finance and International Business and minoring in Spanish. I have been tutoring students for about 2 years now, and have worked with student of all ages and abilities. Some students just need help studying for a test, and some need help in catching up to their classmates. More often than not, all it takes is a little bit of 1 on 1 attention and detailed instructions for a student to succeed. I have lots of experience working with students with learning disabilities such as ADHD, dyscalculia, dyslexia and have used evidence based practices to help these students succeed. On top of being a full time college student, I am also an intern at a local company, so I have academic and practical uses and experiences for a lot of the mathematical processes elementary-high school students are learning.
I also offer extensive ACT prep, and have lots of experience with standardized tests as well (considering I took the ACT 4 times..YIKES). If your student wants to improve their ACT score, improve their grades, or just improve their overall understanding of a subject, I would love to help.
I am excited you are here! I am a college student at Michigan State majoring in Human Biology. I aspire to become a Pediatrican and love working with kids! I have taken many advanced AP courses and SAT/ACT prep courses as well. I am willing to adjust to your learning style and also provide interactive methods of learning. I am looking forward to having a session with you :)
My name is Rosalia Gattuso. I have over ten years of experience achieving academic success with students. Message me for a free consulatation and we can be one step closer to achieving your academic goals!
Look forward to working with you!Rosalia
Also Life Coach specializing in teaching managing Attention Deficit, Time Management Deficits, and Anxiety
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!
Higher Mathematics lessons in Homestead, FL, USA.
I am a native Arabic and a proficient French speaker with a good experience in teaching languages. I would like to help you learn either or both languages in a fun way.
If you are interested, feel free to contact me.
Launched in 2012, Jackson Education Support (JE) exists to develop more independent learners. Specialty areas include character strengths, literacy, math, science, and e-learning tools. The outcome is that clients confidently transition into more challenging environments.
Hello: I am Carlos A C., Spanish tutor, Martial arts teacher.(Ninjutsu).Personal Trainer
No matter what is your current Spanish level, I can be your tutor,(Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced), Comprehensive conversation, etc .
Hello! My name is Grace, I am 20 years old, and I am currently Sophomore at DMACC in the pre-nursing program, and will be transfering to Mercy College of Health Science next www.*** ;I graduated from my high school in May 2019 with honors, as well as being on the Presidents list from DMACC. Currently, I am a Phi Theta Kappa memeber, (National Honors Soceity for 2 year college students), I have a www.*** , and I am BLS certified. I am also a CNA. I would love to tutor because I love helping others learn, and grow their minds. I can assist in K-12 English, reading, writing skills, as well as science. I also can tutor College freshman on their Comp 1 papers, and Biology 104. Please email me or text me to discuss making a tutoring appointment! I can come to your home, or tutor via zoom!
****please READ- I also am offering tutoring services at a dicounted price for low-income families! All children deserve equal opprotuinity! Please contact me to discuss payment options, as well as booking appointments!