Award-Winning Elementary Math Tutors in Sterling Heights, MI
Ashley ...to school to get my MBA. Throughout my life I have tutored in many topics for volunteer purposes and in a client capacity. I have tutored in many topics from ACT prep to history to language arts. I am most passionate about math. I absolutely love math and enjoy explaining it to others! I am also more than happy to talk about my career path graduating from a top engineering program and attending an Ivy...
University of Michigani - BS, Civil Engineering
University of Pennsylvania - MBA, Masters in Business Administration
Andrew ...went on to the University of Iowa College of Law, where I served on the Iowa Law Review, and I graduated in 2013 with a Juris Doctor. I received a 169 on my LSAT (97th percentile), and I have performed equally well on the ACT, SAT, and on numerous Advanced Placement exams. My areas of expertise are in LSAT preparation, Government, Political Science, English, and History. I hope to meet you soon!... I don't believe in a one-size-fits-all philosophy for students. I think each student needs a specialized plan, depending on their ability, motivation, and preferred method of learning. I try to develop such a plan for each student I teach.
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor - B.A., Political Science, Linguistics
University of Iowa - J.D., Law
Ryan ...basis for over three years now, and I'm confident that I can equip with the strategies needed to understand the material, and learn the most effective way to prepare for the test. My subjects include ACT/SAT prep, Algebra I and II, Statistics, Psychology, and many others. Feel free to contact me if you're interested in scheduling a tutoring session. I'm available for sessions online and in person, on afternoons, weeknights, and weekends.
Wayne State University - Bachelors, Psychology
Katherine I have loved teaching for over 30 years, from elementary through college. I have tutored in many courses but focus a lot on helping with Math subjects. Whether non-motivated to extremely motivated, I enjoy working with all different types of students! I love to facilitate learning, start with success and build upon success. I believe I help students develop a "love of learning," rather than the "ol' grind of learning."... First session is the most important session. The student is judging me and sizing me up. I do a lot of "get to know you" while getting a "feel" for the tutoring subject.
Central Michigan University - BS, Special Education
Hao ...the issues covered by the curriculum form a solid foundation for which I can build the skills and knowledge specific to teaching Science. Over the past two years, I have worked with young people as a tutor and youth worker. In rural community schools in China, I planned, prepared and delivered educational activities that engaged students in debate and general awareness raising about the broader global environment. I enjoy working with and learning from young...
Syracuse University - BS, Mechanical Engineering
Syracuse University - MS, Mechanical Engineering
Juanita ...tutor is to help provide the knowledge and skills to become an independent learner and get students thinking about what they need to do to be successful. I love to have a relationship with my students that makes them feel comfortable so that they can ask the questions they need ot ask in order to become a better student. Lots of students have anxiety, and I specialize in alleviating anxiety in order to help students...
University of Michigan-Flint - Bachelors, Elementary Education, Math
Eastern Michigan University - Masters, Applied Statistics
Tetyana ...subjects, I am most passionate about Biology and English. As an undergraduate student, I was the Senior Editor of a student-run publication for three years, affording me extensive experience in editing others' work. After I graduated, I co-instructed an international summer science course offered by UofM for high school aged students. This was a lab based course that investigated topics in genetics and developmental biology. I had a lot of fun working hands-on with biological...
University of Michigan Ann Arbor - BS, Neuroscience
Kip ...school. I would describe my teaching philosophy as strength-based in that through listening to my clients, I develop a picture of what they are good at and draw upon that to build their confidence while supplementing their knowledge base with my own. Outside of academia, I enjoy bike riding, travel and pop culture. My friends consider me to be pretty out-of the-box, but they also know I am results-driven and loyal to the core.
Morehouse College - BA, Psychology
University of South Carolina - MA, Psychology
Sydney My name is Sydney. I'm a high school math teacher in Detroit, MI. I love building relationships with my students as I believe this helps motivate them to want to push harder. I teach because I want to show others that they can succeed in math even though it is challenging.
University of Michigan-Dearborn - Bachelors, Communications
Marcy ...can pass on the joy and ability to communicate through writing, it gives my students great power and confidence they can carry with them throughout their lives. I truly believe that I can make a difference in a child's life. By listening, sharing interests and experiences, and using my abundance of strategies and techniques, I will help each child succeed and develop tools they can use as they continue their education.
Michigan State University - Bachelors, Elementary Education & Special Education
Oakland University - Masters, Reading