Award-Winning Mandarin Chinese Tutors in Panorama City, CA
Jing ...when i was still in China. I was trained by a professional and my first student was British. He can speak fluent Mandarin now!! At the same time, I am a financial analyst. I graduated from Pepperdine University with my masters degree in Finance. I am good at math. I scored very well on my...
Reed ...tutoring students since 2004 in math, English, History, composition and grammar, and test-preparation techniques. I am now enrolled in the CSU Long Beach teaching credential program where I am actively pursuing my dream of helping others succeed. When working with students, I model as best I can my deep interest in learning, along with the...
University of Puget Sound - BA, Chinese Lang & Int'l Aff/Economics minor
Sichuan University - MA, Int'l Chinese Language Education
Maeva ...embellish my teaching methods and the way I animate my tutoring sessions. Moreover, I am very patient and considerate; I believe these qualities are important in a tutor. I am a hard worker and I will do everything in my power to transmit these qualities to my students. Finally, I am an optimistic person and...
University of Aix Marseilles - Bachelors, Language, Literature and Foreign Civilizations- ENGLISH
California State University-Northridge - Masters, Teaching English as a Second Language
Tongya ...I am most passionate about tutoring Mandarin and ESL. My tutoring style is friendly and student-centered, and I like to put everything in an easy to understand manner so that students will be comfortable and interested in learning. I always like to get to know the students better and make connections with them, because I...
Middle Tennessee State University - BBA, Marketing
University of Southern California - MAT, Teaching English to Speakers of Other Language
David ...Master’s degree and dual majors in Economics and Chinese, while attaining a minor in Asian Humanities. I have been tutoring mathematics, economics, and Chinese since high school. Most students come to me for Chinese lessons and help with standardized test preparation. I am also experienced in teaching algebra, geometry, and calculus. I enjoy working out,...
University of California-Los Angeles - B.A, Economics, Chinese
University of California-Los Angeles - M.A, East Asian Studies
James ...about education and learning. Furthermore, I believe in instilling a passion for lifetime learning to my students. One way I instill this passion is by being a model lifetime learner for my students. For instance, when I teach, I will often demonstrate inquiry by asking questions alongside students to get them to think and generate...
University of Chicago - Bachelors, Economics
UCLA Anderson School of Management - Masters, MBA
Janice ...favorite subject to teach is ecology because I am passionate about environmental/ecosystem stability and would ultimately love to work in biodiversity conservation. Appropriately, I enjoy outdoor activities such as hiking, skiing, and camping. I also practice wushu--a Chinese performing martial art that is great in building core strength. Thank you kindly for your interest!
University of California, Los Angeles - BS, Ecology, Behavior, and Evolution
Harvard University - MA, Organismic Biology
Joanne ...skills in different levels of mathematics. Even after I graduated, I still continued to do small group teaching in a private education institute and some one-on-one tutoring. When I see my students are struggling with math, I am always patient and use different approaches to make sure they understand the material before moving on. I...
University of California-Riverside - BS, Mathematics
Yun-Chin I possess the ability to explain and communicate mathematical/statistical concepts in an easy and understandable way. I love teaching and working with students to help them get through all learning steps. My goal is to use my statistical/math knowledge and interact with students.
National Taiwan University - Bachelors, Public Health
North Carolina Sate University - Masters, Statistics
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