Award-Winning German Tutors in San Marcos, TX
Christine ...years, I helped fellow students in courses in which they were struggling, everything from biodiversity to statistics. Through 5th grade, I attended Montessori schools, which gave me a better understanding of how people learn, as they stressed independence and more concrete methods of learning rather that just lecturing. Because I have had both Montessori and traditional education, I know that everyone learns differently, I'll try many different approaches to help the student better grasp the...
Elsa G ...them succeed. We will work on the foundations to build confidence and make a surefooted progress toward their subject goals. I try to figure out what is not working for the student and try to reinforce what the student is doing well. If they don't understand one way, I look for other way to help them with what they are learning. I like helping students look for their interests and put those together to what...
University of Texas - Pan American - Bachelors, Communications/Journalism - French minor
University of the Americas-Puebla - Masters, Information Design
Wolfgang ...and then, of course, a plan, a kind of strategy to follow in order to reach these goals. There will be a permanent interaction between my client and myself to monitor the progress, eventually speed up the tempo or, if necessary, to slow down. There is no dogma; there is only one main criterion: success. About my hobbies and interests, I may add that I like history, other cultures, and, of course, languages. Watching a...
Humboldt University, Berlin - MA, English/EFL/ESL
University of California, Santa Barbara - MA, German
Natalie ...about personalized education. I studied English and Film, with a lot of everything else thrown in! As someone who's been stuck in classes that didn't do anything for me, I value the fact that everyone learns differently, and that variety and context, though integral to an engaged learning experience, are often lacking in traditional classrooms. I have remote teaching experience, so I'm looking forward to tutoring a wide variety of students online!... My teaching philosophy revolves around the individual. That's why I love one-on-one tutoring - everybody learns differently, and needs different things to help them reach their goals. I believe in taking the time to figure out what each of my students need, and then doing my best to provide that for them!
Cornell University - Bachelors, English
Connie ...like to establish a sense of trust and mutual respect with my students so they feel comfortable communicating openly with me. I’m passionate about helping youth around the world and giving a voice to the voiceless so I have served as a mentor for South African underprivileged teens and have done pro bono work for a nationwide anti-human trafficking non-profit. Fun fact: I love trivia and competed as a contestant on Season 9 of the...
New York University Stern School of Business - Bachelor of Science, Marketing and International Business
Grace ...a recent graduate from the University of California, Santa Cruz, where I received my Bachelor's in linguistics and German language study. I am proficient in German language tutoring, including grammar, phonology, reading, and composition, and I am happy tutoring beginners or more advanced students! I understand that the language learning process is challenging, and different for everyone. I also have extensive experience with academic and creative writing in English, including essays and research papers.
University of California, Santa Cruz - Bachelors, Language Studies - German
Erika ...to adapt, to listen, and to communicate clearly. My passion are languages, culture, technology, and media. I'm a traveler, a gamer, and a complete geek. I've found that the best way to teach and communicate is to speak naturally, be myself, and keep the subject as interactive as possible with trustworthy, believable and engaging material. When I'm not tutoring, you can find me ingame, watching the Star Wars movies (original trilogy) for the bajillionth time,...
University of Buenos Aires (unfinished) // German BBZ (Berufsbildungszentrum) (finished) - Associates, Graphic Design (unfinished) // Industry Administration (finished)
Dorit ...plans specifically for their language needs. I hold a PhD from the School of Education, University of Nottingham, and a Master's degree from the University of Jena, Germany, in German as a Foreign Language, English & American Studies and Intercultural Business Communication. In my spare time, I enjoy activities with my husband and son, and I also love walking my dog and volunteering with my local animal rescue. I practice yoga and I like reading.
Friedrich-Schiller-Universitaet Jena - MA, German as a Foreign Language
University of Nottingham - PhD, Applied Linguistics/Language Learning
Danielle ...my Bachelor of Arts with Honors in Philosophy with minors in Women's and Gender Studies, International Studies, and Persian. Before college, I studied for a year in Germany on the Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange Scholarship, and I have continue to travel as much as I can across the United States, down the Pacific Coast, to Montreal, Spain, Italy, and Germany. While I tutor many subjects, I am most passionate about Math, German, and standardized test prep....
Ohio State University - BA, Philosophy
Dr. Frank ...career and Chairman of the Department of Computer Science at FMU. I lived and worked in Germany for 7 years, and I’m comfortable in German. I love teaching and enjoy the challenge of helping others to learn. I enjoy tutoring the biological sciences, chemistry, biochemistry, medicine, nursing, anatomy, physiology, pathology, systems analysis, computer programming, computer graphics, 3D graphics, animation and other related topics.My diversity of interests is the result of invention and the “need to...
Metropolitan State University of Denver - BS, Biochemistry
Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine - D.O., Osteopathic Medicine