Award-Winning GRE Tutors in Charter Township of Clinton, MI
Tetyana ...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 specimens, and it was a thrill to create a contagious learning environment. I believe...
University of Michigan Ann Arbor - BS, Neuroscience
Mubashir ...for them and to give them tools on how to approach the problems. I have a B.S degree in Electrical Power Engineering Technology and a M.S degree in Engineering Technology from University of Houston. Math has always been my strong area. In my Calculus 1 course at University of Houston, I had the 3rd highest...
University of Houston - Bachelors, Electrical Power Engineering Technology
University of Houston - Masters, Engineering Technology
Jonathan I love reading and would love to share that passion with you. I hope that my time as your tutor would be fun and extremely helpful for your learning. I also test well and can help you learn about standardized tests and how to succeed on test day.
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor - BFA, Creative Writing
Chris ...try to abide by the motto: "People don't care how much you know until they know how much you care." This motto has helped me focus on being a good listener, which I believe has made me a very effective instructor/tutor. When a student says that he/she does not understand a concept, I will often...
Wayne State University - Bachelors, Mathematics Education
Michigan State University - Masters, Mathematics for Teachers
Kelly ...and high school level, but I am also very patient when it comes to basic math and science. Additionally, I have experience presenting research papers at national conferences, leading discussions on literature and history at a graduate level, and the dubious honor of writing a successful Master’s thesis. Part of my training is the ability...
The Ohio State University - Bachelors, History and Russian Language
The Ohio State University - Masters, History
Adam ...something in the real world. It's boring and UNPRODUCTIVE for everyone involved. What I want to impart is the ability to practice a sort of “meta cognition.” I want to suggest to that what we call thought typically follows the same procedure as filling in that equation. Real deliberative, reflexive thought takes place BEHIND the...
Oakland University - Bachelors, Sociology
University of Arizona - Masters, Sociology
Jeff ...you to create a harmonious, fun learning experience that is tailored to your expectations. I have been teaching since 1998. Some of the struggles you are experiencing I am familiar with. Chances are good I had those same struggles during my formative learning period. As a life long learner, I still struggle with some, myself....
Oakland University - Bachelors, Business
Central Michigan University - Masters, Business
Sorscha ...philosophy manifests itself in my instruction style, which I do my best to make extremely personalized, pragmatic, and fun. While my background has given me flexibility in the areas I am able to tutor, my favorite subjects include English, Writing, and standardized test prep. In my spare time, I can be found reading books about...
Grand Valley State University - Bachelors, Interdisciplinary, Neuroscience/Performing Arts
Veronica ...psychology courses. My graduate training, research, and clinical experiences have prepared me well to tutor individuals who are struggling in their math and science courses. In addition to academic leadership, I also have experience as a coach and mentor. I have coached high school cheerleading and have been involved in the Girls on the Run...
The University of Akron - Bachelors, Psychology
Central Michigan University - Current Grad Student, Clinical Psychology
Andrew I am a lifelong learner, and I hope to share that mindset while tutoring. I believe that any subject can be interesting as long as your approach it with an open, optimistic mind.... Any subject can be made interesting, with a motivated and optimistic mindset.... In a first session I like to find out a student's strengths and weaknesses. From there, we can determine if our best option is to multiply a student's strengths, or incrementally improve their weaknesses. Also, I like to swap one good joke with every new student.
Michigan State University - Bachelors, Kinesiology
University of Michigan-Flint - Current Grad Student, Doctor of Physical Therapy