### Award-Winning ACT Tutors in Alden, NY

Ken ...of creating my own website. These things all resulted from the common theme of focused effort and a clear mindset for improvement. Improvement happens when you try to do something, fail, figure out what you're doing wrong, and try to fix it. Everyone can improve at everything if they stay focused, adapt their improvement methods, and try again. It's never too late. Some things take more time than others, but everything is achievable. If you...

University at Buffalo - Bachelors, Mathematics and Economics (Double major)

University at Buffalo - Masters, Economics (Concentration in Finance

Caroline ...international exams, provided coaching for immigration interviews, and worked in both general and special education classrooms in the greater Buffalo region. I am inspired by those I teach and endeavor to help my students channel their creativity and realize their potential while making content relevant outside of the confines of the classroom. My approach? I am currently working towards my Masters in Education and understand that students of all ages struggle with material at some...

College of the Holy Cross - BA, English Literature

SUNY College at Buffalo - M.S.Ed, English Education 7-12

Brandon ...receiving a Bachelors and Masters Degree in English Literature (also from the University at Buffalo). I have taught Philosophy and English classes at the college level for a little over five years, in topics covering Logic, Critical Thinking, Ethics, Research and Writing, and Public Speaking. It is something that I enjoy, and am deeply passionate about. I believe that education should be as fun as it is rewarding. If this wasn't the case, I couldn't...

SUNY at Buffalo - Bachelors, English & Philosophy

SUNY at Buffalo - PhD, Philosophy

Daniel ...taken courses in Algebra, Pre-Calculus, Calculus (I, II, and III), Geometry, Physics, Differential Equations, Linear Algebra, Probability, Statistics, and Mathematical Logic. Through my education, I have amassed an understanding of mathematics from multiple angles, and as such I provide a unique lens through which I want to help my students view the subject. Additionally, these courses are fresh in my mind, and so I can recall what did or did not make sense to me...

University at Buffalo - Bachelors, Math

Kristen ...what it's like to struggle with subject material, and I know how important it can be to have someone there to work through the material with you, at your own pace. I love working with kids, and I also have experience working with students ages 6-24. I know that there's serious pressure on students to excel and learn at home, and that can be overwhelming for parents. I am confident that I can help students...

Georgetown University - Bachelors, Pre-Med

Dustin ...students. While at the College at Brockport I spent three semesters as a math tutor in their Student Learning Center, as part of a graduate assistantship, tutoring courses such as Algebra,Precalculus, Single Variable Calculus, Multi-Variable Calculus, Statistics, and various other courses. I have also tutored students at the University at Buffalo as part of a teaching assistantship. My favorite subjects to tutor are calculus, trigonometry, and algebra. I've taught calculus courses at the college level...

SUNY College at Brockport - Bachelors, Mathematics

SUNY College at Brockport - Masters, Mathematics

University of Buffalo - PhD , Mathematics

Trevor ...people. However, this is not my only objective. I’ve seen fellow students struggle in the subject of Mathematics and as my experiences and awareness grew it seemed to me that the “great” teacher, the one that is able to communicate with a variety of people, were in short supply. My perspective on subjects allows me to view things in a variety of ways allowing me to create different methods of explaining the same problem. This...

SUNY at Fredonia - Bachelors, Mathematics

Rochester Institute of Technology - Masters, Applied Mathematics

Helen ...and "why me" moments, hours spent in libraries or coffee shops, days spent pondering what would've happened if Alexander Fleming had cleaned his petri dishes before his holiday, and a lifetime to experience it all. I believe that every person has the intrinsic will and ability to learn whatever they wish to. With the countless sources of information we have access to now, it's hard to find a topic that isn't covered and available at...

University of Rochester - Current Undergrad, Molecular Genetics, Political Science, Premed

Caitlin ...educator I am dedicated to the experience of knowledge, including to and not limited to the English Language, reading, writing, and effective communication in any situation, mode, or medium. My goal as an educator is to bring knowledge-gaining experiences to students in such a way that necessary skills are transferred to multiple areas, thus promoting deeper cognitive ties. Lastly, my hope is for all students to love words and the power, responsibility, and gifts they...

SUNY at Buffalo - Bachelors, English

SUNY at Buffalo - Masters, English Language Arts Education

Daniel ...AP exams as well as the standardized tests and can make them approachable for students. I have tutored French for 5 years now, as well as been a French Instructor for the past several years. I understand how to make the language approachable for learners and how through communication in can be retained. I enjoy working with students and helping them achieve. I keep a positive attitude to ensure a prosperous and convivial learning environment.

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - BA, Geography/French

San Francisco State University - MA, French Literature and Language