Award-Winning History Tutors in Tucson, AZ
William "...Primarily that's because I really like people. A lot. I see things from the student's point of view, and that helps me to tutor in a way that is individualized for each student. As a high school and middle school substitute teacher and as an instructor at the North Carolina Governor's School I found that I enjoy teaching students at all levels, from middle school through advanced undergraduate. I tutor many subjects, most especially essay writing and editing, grammar and mechanics, reading comprehension and critical thinking, public speaking, Spanish language, study skills and organization, and U.S..."
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - BA (Highest Honors and Distinction), Philosophy
University of Arizona - MA & Ph.D., Cognitive Science & Philosophy
Rae "...History, library and archival studies, and artifact collection, displays, and interpretation. I have tutored at the college level for almost ten years in Language, Writing, and History. I am an effective tutor because of my leadership and communication abilities..."
University of Arizona - B.A. (Magna Cum Laude), History
University of Arizona - BA, History, 2nd major American Studies
University of Arizona - M.A., Information Sciences and Resource Management
Mary "... Throughout my undergraduate and graduate careers, I have worked as a tutor. Most recently, I was a general history tutor, tutoring a number of topics such as world and US history survey courses, and thematic courses addressing topics in Latin American, European and American history. While I tutor a wide-range of topics, I am most interested in European and World history..."
Morgana "...I truly believe that every student can become a good writer with individual attention and encouragement. In school I was (and still am) a bookworm and one who sincerely enjoys helping others to grow in knowledge. As a veteran test-taker, I can help with college entrance exam test prep (ACT, SAT, and the subject tests), using both conceptual understanding and test-specific strategies to raise scores. From my own experience, I know that scores can go up significantly with studying and tutoring. My teaching style is focused on engaging the student and using their own unique learning style and base of knowledge to move forward..."
University of St Andrews - BA/MA, Geography and International Relations
Michael "... In addition to English writing and Spanish, I also teach Economics, Geography, and History. I believe in tailoring classes to students’ individual learning styles and interests and maximizing participation. I understand how important practice and other mental tricks are to overcoming obstacles like test anxiety, and I value positive reinforcement..."
University of Georgia - B.A., Geography/Economics
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - M.C.R.P. (Master of City and Regional Planning), City and Regional Planning
Tim "... I pride myself on my ability to break down difficult concepts and create ways to understand them. My schedule is flexible and so is my teaching style--I will tailor my approach based on whether the focus is on improving test scores, classroom performance, or general knowledge. I prefer to meet in a public area near the university, but if necessary can arrange to meet elsewhere..."
George Washington University - BA, Philosophy
Peking University - Certificate, Teaching English as a Foreign Language
State Certified Teacher
Emily "...Throughout my scholarly career, I have tutored a wide variety of people ranging from my younger siblings (currently aged 8 and 17), underclassmen, and fellow classmates. Besides helping my two younger siblings with their homework, I often helped fellow classmates work through problems in General Chemistry, Algebra, Pre-Calculus, and Calculus 1. I have also edited many of my peers’ essays for AP English Literature and college entrance applications..."
Mattius "...I am committed to professionalism as a tutor, and I guarantee visible progress in my pupils; but I'm a regular person, too. In between Chemistry labs or Literature classes, you might find me reading a book on Heritage Hill, or walking my dog with my fiance. I am a recent graduate of the University of Arizona, wherein I achieved Summa Cum Laude status with degrees in English and Russian (with a minor in Pre-Med), but I have been active in accumulating useful experience in editing and writing scientific and nonfiction content. This is because I am very passionate about entering a career that provides the resources to move education forward, adapt to reforms in educational policy, and opens a dialogue with clients and educators about sustaining comprehensive educational technology that centralize curricula, assessment, reporting, monitoring, and instructional effectiveness in order to make education more accessible to the nation's students..."
Maitri "...Tutoring at the Writing Center, I worked with many diverse students ranging from non-native speakers of English to graduate students applying for research grants. Throughout my years at the Think Tank, I became a CRLA Level 3 Certified Tutor, mentoring younger tutors and leading training sessions. During the spring of 2011, I studied abroad in Alcalá de Henares, Spain, a city in the municipality of Madrid. There I lived with a host family and was fully enriched by the beautifully rich Spanish culture; nothing could have been better for my acquisition skills than such a true immersion experience, and I advocate such programs for students who wish to learn foreign languages. My true passion is writing - I recently completed a poetry thesis for the Honors College of the University of Arizona..."
Kai "...I have proven experience in what I offer as a tutor. Additionally, my academic achievements include a B.A. (cum laude) in 2012, Wildcat Excellent Award Merit Scholarship, and Deans List 2006-2009..."