Award-Winning GRE Tutors in Plymouth charter Township, MI
Hao ...immeasurable impact that teachers make on the lives of young people. I also realise that the skills and knowledge acquired in the classroom, will be used by young people throughout life. Therefore, as a teacher, I hope to be a role model that cultivates in young people, open minds, the knowledge and ability to look...
Syracuse University - BS, Mechanical Engineering
Syracuse University - MS, Mechanical Engineering
Tetyana ...University of Michigan, where I studied Neuroscience and minored in Ukrainian Language and Culture. I am currently applying to medical school, which I hope to begin next fall. In my free time I love to explore the nature trails around Cincinnati as well as cook. While I can tutor a wide array of subjects, I...
University of Michigan Ann Arbor - BS, Neuroscience
Jessica ...in English and Educational Technology through Morehead State University later this year. I completed my BA in English (History minor) at the University of Michigan–Dearborn. I earned my AA in Business at Henry Ford Community College. Teaching others how to write and interpret literature is a passion of mine. My goal is to teach composition...
University of Michigan-Dearborn - Bachelors, English
Morehead State University - Current Grad Student, English, Educational Technology
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
Mubashir ...him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.” I would like to base my teaching philosophy upon this profound Chinese proverb. My objective is to not only to help the students understand and solve problems, but also to make the learning process interesting for them and to...
University of Houston - Bachelors, Electrical Power Engineering Technology
University of Houston - Masters, Engineering Technology
Rebecca ...with a passion for teaching, certified in Secondary Math and Biology. I LOVE math and science, and what they tell us about the world. As a teacher in Detroit, I've worked with students of all ability levels and learning styles, so I have a lot of strategies in my tool belt for tackling difficult concepts....
University of Pennsylvania - BA, Architecture & Urban Studies
Adam ...poking and prodding at our own clichés until they are jarred from their comas -- until they begin speaking the way they did before they were routinized. Upon the completion of that last paragraph, my ode to reflexivity has doubled back on itself and made me wonder if it also some unconscious expression...... Problem: Most implements of mass education (textbooks, articles, etc.) are filled with thousands of empty words and "systems" that serve the marketing needs of publishers and not students. Solution: Show the student how to strip away the packaging.
Oakland University - Bachelors, Sociology
University of Arizona - Masters, Sociology
Harleen ...of Michigan with a degree in English. I spent the last year traveling through more than a dozen countries across Asia and Latin America, as well as working in South Africa for a month on HIV/AIDS community education. I also taught English to children as young as 3 and adults in many countries across Asia,...
University of Michigan - Bachelors, English
Vera ...wide variety of research tools to my students, which I feel makes me more effective as a teacher. In addition to teaching, I love cooking, reading young adult and children’s literature, and going on adventures. I also enjoy all the cultural opportunities that New York City has to offer, including museums, theater, and especially street...
Brandeis University - BA, English Literature
CUNY Queens College - MLIS, Library and Information Science
Anthony ...the university level, plus independent studies and Honors College courses. I also have experience teaching and tutoring the LSAT. Finally, I have experience teaching philosophy to high school students through the North Carolina Governor’s School, East Campus and the Duke Talent Identification Program (TIP), both of which were residential summer programs. I am committed to...
Albion College - BA, Philosophy
Duke University - PhD, Philosophy