Award-Winning Reading Tutors in Vineland , NJ
Candice "...I tutor in Reading, Writing and K-12 Math from elementary school to Calculus. I enjoy working with students on projects that help students achieve their creative and logical potential, including Essays, Word Problems, Geometry and Trigonometry. My tutoring style is friendly and accessible, and I will work with you to understand your needs and help you achieve your goals..."
Alice "...I am currently wrapping up my teaching certification program teaching American History in a Philadelphia public school. I have extensive experience teaching and tutoring English, History and essay writing with elementary, middle and high school students. I strongly believe learning is a collaborative, student directed process and I love helping students acquire long-term learning skills..."
James "...My introductory experience to the Spanish language was a semester abroad in Sevilla. My interests remain broad and unsated to this day, including history, literature, myth and an occasionally problematic fascination with fantasy literature. I have since channeled these into pursuit of a Master's Degree in American History and Culture..."
Tara "I received my Bachelor of Arts in English, with Honors in African and African American Culture, from the College of Liberal Arts at Penn State, University Park. I also have an MFA in Interdisciplinary Art from Goddard College in Vermont. Over the past ten years, I have worked as a tutor and teaching artist..."
Jacob "...Outside of instruction/studies, I played basketball in high-school, although ultimately other interests took over and I never pursued hoops on the college level; however, I still enjoy playing several days a week. I'm also a musician/engineer playing in several bands at once and recording various artists in the Philadelphia area. In addition to being a musician, I'm a published poet and an avid reader of poetry..."
Pranali "...Because the longer you wait to begin, the less likely you are to find it at all. Thoreau said, ‘Most men lead lives of quiet desperation.’ Don't be resigned to that. Break out!” This is what teaching is supposed to be – encouraging students to actively chase the knowledge they need to form their own opinions, rather than spit out information they hear or memorize..."
Drexel University - Current Undergrad, Health Sciences
Jennifer "...and AP Biology and any mathematics up to Calculus III, including elementary and middle school math. There is nothing better than teaching how to build on fundamentals and explaining concepts in different ways until it "clicks" in a student's head! Having also taken a litany of standardized tests through my life, I am also available to tutor for the SAT and ACT. I love passing on the little tips and tricks I have learned through the years, not only for the math sections but also the reading and writing portions..."
Catherine "...I am currently teaching second grade and I love helping my students learn to read, write and think critically. I earned my Master's degree in Reading Education and I am certified as a Reading Specialist. I have a passion for helping developing readers become proficient and lifelong readers..."
Pennsylvania State University - BS, Elementary Education
Cabrini College - BS, Reading Specialist Certification Program
State Certified Teacher
Elsbeth " I believe that there are a few key steps that must be taken before being able to successfully facilitating learning: getting to know a student and building trust, discovering strengths and finding ways to utilize them, and building a love of learning and an enthusiasm for the process of learning, while continuing to feed that enthusiasm, especially when challenges are encountered in the learning process. Without these steps, the progress of the student will be much slower, if there is any at all. One on one teaching sessions are uniquely designed to better accomplish these steps. Perhaps your student's teacher has been too busy to really get to know him or her, or perhaps their personalities simply clash, which makes the learning process much more difficult for your child..."
Michael "...I currently live in Philadelphia where I work part time at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania as a Research Assistant. I was previously a teaching assistant for General Chemistry during my undergraduate education. I graduated from Villanova University and subsequently did a post-bachelor's program at UPenn..."