Award-Winning Languages Tutors in New York, NY
Jun "...While I would like to teach a wide variety of subjects, I am most specialized in Chinese, Mathematics, and Finance. In my experience helping struggling students, I like to demonstrate a clear logic of all required knowledge and guide the students to understand the ideas behind the development of those knowledge, instead of simple recitation. Although being a tutor, I also want to be a friend of my students in the meanwhile..."
Stefanie "I have been a tutor for about 6 years. In my time, I have tutored elementary students to college students. Additionally, I have tutored children with a variety of needs (Autism, hearing impairment, deafness, ADD, ADHD, dyslexia, etc.)..."
Michelle "...I was an English teacher in Haiti during the Summer of 2012 - one of the best experiences of my life. I have experience helping Middle School, High School and College students with comparative essays and with basic grammar. I love reading non-fiction and biographies; I'm a real fact finder aficionado..."
Angela "...Some teaching methods used included providing high-interest learning material, multiple means of assessment and instruction, as well as the careful modeling and scaffolding of new skills. I strive to ensure that every student achieves excellence. My job, as an instructor, is to create an atmosphere that fosters learning. I am a teacher/tutor because I have a passion for guiding students through the learning process, in addition to a passion for the material I present..."
Seton Hall - BS, Biology
Molloy - MS, Education
Alex "...I love seeing a concept click and inspiring confidence in my students as they advance through increasingly difficult topics. I also like tutoring test prep because there is no hiding behind the raw numbers, and I enjoy helping my students maximize their potential and achieve their goal scores. Sometimes, a little motivation is all that is needed for a student to excel, and I always work to relate what I am tutoring to a student's interests, both academic and extra-curricular..."
Abdus-Salaam "...As a psychology major I learned how to perform research not only in my academic field but in other areas as well. I began taking classes in [business, healthcare, french, biology, engineering, law] figuring out how to make learning fun and most importantly useful. At that time, I became entrepreneurial and wanted to soak up as much knowledge as I could..."
Temple University - Bachelor of Arts, Psychology
Tom "...I constantly search for new information and am an avid learner with regard to both people and subject matter. I have a great deal of energy and am at times an irrepressible joker; some might say a class clown. When I am not in the classroom you are likely to find me playing soccer (played club soccer at Lehigh), basketball, or working out in the gym to ensure my health and fitness..."
Benny "... With prior experience to teaching introductory and upper level basic science courses, I firmly believe you will be adequately prepared for your science classes. At Cornell, I was a teaching assistant for Comparative Physiology, where we were trained in learning strategies and principles of pedagogy. We were assigned to groups of students who showed difficulty in mastering the content for the course..."
Tristan "...They taught me that a good teacher opens the door, though it is you who must walk through it. With their encouragement, patience, and caring I overcame many hurdles to achieve things in education that I had always believed were beyond my grasp. Those achievements have led to a more fulfilling life..."
Annie "I believe in teaching students to learn how to think and problem-solve on their own. I use examples and analogies that students can relate to in order to help them master material. I will be attending medical school in the fall.."