Award-Winning Languages Tutors in New York, NY
Sean "I am Co-founder and CEO of a leadership training firm that helps companies better develop and engage emerging leaders. We are based in New York City and Buenos Aires, Argentina. Prior to starting my compnay, I was a Consultant in Washington, D.C..."
Margaret "...In both languages, I focus on grammar skills, essay writing, and standardized test preparation, especially the SAT and SAT II. I most often tutor high school and college students, but have found that young children are also some of my favorite to teach! I have additional experience with ESL students and those with learning disabilities, including dyslexia, ADHD and cognitive impairments. Language arts are a true passion of mine, both academically and professionally..."
Mary "Learning is about awakening curiosity, engagement and creativity. What a gift it is to enhance our capacities to express our views and arguments. For more than fifteen years, I have worked with students as a University teacher both in England and in New York, Chicago, Ann Arbor and California..."
Giulia "...I have a passion for learning languages and am fluent in both Italian and French. I love the idea that learning another language opens up an opportunity for you to speak to millions of other people in this world! I received my BA in Psychology and have experience in peer tutoring in the subject during my college years. When tutoring in Italian, French, or Psychology, I like to break down concepts into terms that are easy to understand and that incorporate examples and analogies so that they are easier to grasp..."
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..."
Clarissa "...I was surrounded by family and friends of my culture who always embraced and celebrated who they were. My native language is Spanish and even as a child I learned to appreciate being able to speak two languages. I love my Spanish culture and I also love the English language, so I decided to major in English and Spanish to improve my reading, writing and communication skills in both languages..."
Baruch College - BA, English & Spanish
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..."
Shelley "I was born and raised in China. Mandarin is my native language and I speak English fluently. I earned Master's degrees of Sociology in both China and the U.S..."
Rutgers University, New Jersey - -Ph.D & Master of Arts , Criminal Justice
Kevin "My area of expertise is mathematics, specifically, SAT Math, SAT II Math level 1 and 2, and AMC 12. It goes without saying that in order to excel in these exams, the student must possess a solid foundation in Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, and Pre-Calculus. But first and foremost, it is important that each student identifies the reason that he or she is studying for..."