Award-Winning Reading Tutors in Atlanta, GA
Martine "...I tutored mostly in math, science, Civics and reading/writing. I enjoy helping people and a better way to help the youth achieve their academic goals is by tutoring them in a way that they can understand by breaking the subject down using examples to make it simple and clear to understand. I have few hobbies besides my books, I love drawing flowers and traveling..."
Ralston "A great education is one of the best resources a person could have at their disposal. As a student, I have always pushed myself to do my best and encouraged my peers to do likewise. I have always ended up assisting my peers in whatever endeavor I have taken on, from schoolwork to singing to managing businesses and organizations..."
Lisa "... My philosophy is that “one size does not fit all” and I will customize and review until your child fully understands the concepts and maintains fundamentals to last a lifetime. I enjoy working hand in hand with students as they refine the writing process. There are so many facets to becoming a good writer and I believe establishing a strategic plan for developing the writing process is essential to a student's success..."
University of Phoenix - Bachelors, Business Management Marketing
University of Phoenix - Masters, Masters of Teaching Education
State Certified Teacher
Jean "...I am a graduate of Duke University with a Bachelor of Arts in Latin American History. I recently received my Juris Doctor degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and began my career as an attorney. I am passionate about continuing my work in education through tutoring..."
Jennifer "...My experience in teaching writing and English ranges from freshmen ELL students to PhDs looking for feedback on their dissertations. Whether you need help in the basics of grammar or ensuring longer pieces of writing fulfill their goals, I can help you. I also have broad experience tutoring test prep. Knowing how to approach the ACT, SAT, and GRE can unlock your potential as a student, and I am ready to help you get there. I am energetic, enthusiastic, and willing to meet you wherever your skill level is..."
Sara "... I received my Bachelors in Elementary Education from Coastal Carolina University. After college, I moved to Memphis where I studied Education in the Christian Brothers University Masters Program while subbing in Memphis. I am currently a substitute teacher, and I have a wide range of tutoring experience..."
Sean "...I've tutored many students throughout the years in math and all the sciences. I also have experience teaching children with disabilities and try my best to accommodate their needs. When tutoring, my approach is to lead the student through their work, explaining the process used to arrive at the answer, and providing examples when necessary..."
RJ "I come from a household of teaching and academia. Both my parents have earned graduate degrees and are current teachers, and the apple has not fallen too far from the tree. I started tutoring when I was a junior in high school..."
Nick "...I also completed post-baccalaureate coursework in the upper-level sciences at American University during the past year. Although I was passionate about studying to be a doctor during my academic career, I recently decided that I instead want to pursue a law degree. As a tutor, I strive to be relatable and animated (funny, when possible) with my students, and I draw from my experience teaching an SAT prep course in order to be an engaging presenter of the material..."
Sara B "... There are so many different ways to teach and understand math, standardized tests (because standardized tests measure one's proficiency at taking standardized tests as much as they measure one's aptitude in a given subject area), grammar, and so on that it really is critical that the material is taught in such a way that students have their own understanding of the materials rather than having a momentary ability to repeat facts that they have been told. Part of the certain knack I have in teaching is not only figuring out a way to teach the material that makes it more easily understood, but I try to make the material less esoteric and more interesting and practical. While education takes up the vast majority of my life currently, I love music and going to concerts..."
Ohio State University - BA, Sociology & Political Science double major
London School of Economics and Political Science - MS, Gender and the Media
Emory University - Ph.D., Sociology