Award-Winning Mandarin Chinese Tutors in Carmel Arts & Design District, IN
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
May ...on a personal level. I prefer to teach students the method, rather than the answer. I am good at guiding students and letting them come up with the answer by themselves. In college, I am a TA for a Calculus 1 class, helping students understand difficult concepts and prepare for tests. Last summer, I traveled back to China and tutored math for standardized testing such as the SAT Subject Math and AP Calculus. Helping struggling...
Bryn Mawr College - BA, Computer Science & Biology
Jennifer ...Editing, and Creative Writing. I love language, I love the written word, and the art of writing has always been a pleasure for me to teach. I have been tutoring and editing essays since I was a student in high school. Standardized tests have always come naturally to me, and I love helping students crack the grammar, reading, and writing portions. The best answer is always the most concise. In my personal time, I read...
Duke University - BA, Literature with Film Focus
Abby ...of my life, 2 of which I spent acting as a translator for visitors while I was living in Taiwan. Chinese is my life, I have been learning since I was in 3rd grade. I am very passionate about the language. I am a helpful, exciting, and relatable tutor; I am friendly and outgoing. I am the youngest of five siblings in my family. I love horseback riding, reading, and traveling! I have traveled to...
Brigham Young University-Idaho - Bachelors, Mechanical Engineering
Peter ...List. I have diverse interests in different academic subjects, ranging from mathematics and science to humanity and business, and in each area I have won several awards. I am a clear, logical, and engaging speaker who can explain complex concepts in easily understandable terms, and relate them back to our daily lives. Beyond academics, I'm also involved in many activities such as piano performance, stocks pitching, and volunteering. I was in Varsity Basketball, Tennis, and...
Washington University in St Louis - BA, Mathematics, Finance, Computer Science
Benjamin ...a Chinese professor. I believe that tutoring is the ideal way to learn because it allows for a truly personalized and pressure-free learning experience that will help you build your language skills through natural conversation, activities, and games. Last year I taught 1st, 2nd, and 3rd year level Mandarin courses in the Upper School at the Latin School of Chicago. After graduating from Oberlin College in 2007 I spent two years teaching English at the...
Oberlin College - BA, Classics
DePaul University - MEd, Chinese Pedagogy
Finn ...my academic experience. I have tutored students since my time in high school at Walter Payton College Prep. My first tutoring job came about when my math teacher at the time asked me to work with three students in Trigonometry and Algebra 2. Since that first tutoring experience, I always knew that I wanted to work with students to help them better understand their course material. In college, I worked with many classmates who were...
Haverford College - Bachelors, East Asian Languages and Culture
Lian The Montessori philosophy, "individual, freedom within limits," is the teaching style that I adopt. Especially when teaching world languages, it is very hard to frame all students in the same box since each student's learning style is different. Knowing and observing a student's strengths and personally designing the teaching method based on each student's or parent's expectation is my goal.
Syracuse University - MS, Computer Science
Zhan Learning a language should be fun and enjoyable. This should not only include learning how to speak, read, and write, but also ways of thinking, communicating and expressing oneself. Let the doors be open!... It will be based on the student's needs; each individual is unique and learns differently, and my teaching style changes from student to student. To listen more, to feel more and to respond to student's strength and weakness are my big focus; to find the "teacher" within themselves is my primary goal. I don't teach the subject; I teach the way to learn and to think.
The New England Conservatory of Music - BM, Vocal Performance
The Central Academy of Drama - MA, Acting
Yiding I have two years experience tutor American college student Chinese, so I know what I am doing when I with my students. I also have took many math classes while I grow up. It was my pain for a long time, so I understand how students feel about Math, and be able to help you out from the pain of Math.
Central College - BA, Economics
Marshall University - MBA, MBA