Award-Winning History Tutors in Carmel Arts & Design District, IN
Edward ...instructor is willing to teach to the student's style of learning. Most subjects came easily to me, but I hit a wall with math in middle school and just never seemed to be able to get it to 'click.' Then, I had a very patient teacher who helped me figure out how I could learn math, and it was like the wall crashed down. I would love to see every teacher have to teach his...
Michigan State University - Bachelors, History
University of Detroit Mercy School of Law - Masters, Law
John ...and precepts of their religion. Our Founding Fathers desired to create an informed and productive citizenry that would steer our democracy in the right direction. Many would purport that our modern system of public schooling is simply a form of social control, the true motivation of the nineteenth-century legislators who created it. While there may be value in all of these and still other perspectives, my own viewpoint aligns closest with that of the Native...
Oberlin College - BA, Comparative Literature & Creative Writing (minor in French)
Marian University (Indiana) - MAT, Secondary Education, Special Education, English as a New Language
Spencer ...by authority figures, like teachers, and have put up emotional barriers that pre-vent them from learning. Sadly this phenomenon disproportionately affects poor communities where quality education is some-times lacking. Neglect, poverty, and policy have left our nation’s public schools lagging behind in a per-petuating cycle of underachievement. In my few short years as an educator, however, I am beginning to understand what is effective in alleviating this problem at the individual level. I strive to...
Wabash College - Bachelors, Political Science
Marian University - Masters, English Education
Lela ...my biggest passions. I am currently in show choir at college and have been in choir classes since the 5th grade. I believe that all kids have the ability to learn. I want to allow students the chance to explore and to learn the lessons. Students should learn the information, not just memorize it. In my free time I love to workout, row and when I get the chance I love to go horseback riding.
Marian University - Current Undergrad, Elementary education
Bethany ...ourselves and better understand our world. With that responsibility in mind, I have thoroughly enjoyed school and made it my ob to spread this enthusiasm to others. As a tutor, I aim to not only help explain concepts and help students who are struggling, but also to instill a furthered respect and interest in their school work. I enjoy working with others and aim to utilize a multitude of learning styles to ensure an enriching...
University of Indianapolis - Bachelors, Music/ Literature
Richard ...Loyola University-New Orleans' College of Law. I possess a B.S. in International Relations with a concentration in International Politics and a J.D. I have over 5 years' tutoring experience with students from elementary, middle, high school and university backgrounds in a variety of subjects: -TOEFL -SAT Reading and Writing -History -Geography -Debate and Forensics I prefer to tutor social sciences and language arts courses because I believe a solid understanding of communication and social issues...
Georgetown University - Bachelors, International Politics
Loyola University-New Orleans - Masters, Law
Jeremy ...at least gain an appreciation for the subject. With a Bachelors in History from Cedarville University and a Masters in History from the University of Indianapolis, I am well versed. A last and important element is problem solving. I work with parents and students to resolve the "learning block" that is keeping the student from being successful. It could be writing skills, reading comprehension, or simply a miscommunication between teachers and students. I seek to...
Cedarville University - BA, History, Secondary Ed
University of Indianapolis - MA, History
Eugene I am currently in my second year of pharmacy school at Butler University. I believe the only limitations for a student are the limits they place upon themselves. I strive to show students their possibilities they can achieve and guide them along the way. I could not have gotten to where I am today without great teachers and mentors. ... Work through what the students know, and begin to build off of the basics.... Relate interests of the student to the subject they are struggling in, if a student relates a subject to what they are passionate about; their learning will progress exponentially.
Butler University - Bachelors, Pharmacy
Butler University - PhD, Pharmacy
Kelly I am a recent graduate of Indiana University-Bloomington, where I majored in Political Science and Mandarin Chinese. This past year I studied abroad and worked in China with the Chinese Flagship Program. I love studying history, languages, literature, and writing, and when I'm not helping students as a tutor, you can find me swing dancing, listening to jazz music, experimenting with vegan baking, and walking my dog. ... Learn by doing.
Indiana University-Bloomington - Bachelors, Political Science, Mandarin Chinese
Matt ...I moved to Detroit, Michigan to teach high school chemistry through the national program Teach For America. This past year, I have been working as a middle school science teacher at a private school in Indianapolis. My experience as a teacher has solidified my appreciation for the need to appeal to different leaning styles with each new topic. All students are capable of succeeding, it is a matter of providing them with the correct tools...
Bowdoin College - Bachelors, Environmental Studies and History