Award-Winning SAT Reading Tutors in Buffalo, NY
Nina ...my four years at Tulane, I volunteered as a tutor for the Tulane University Community Advancement Network (TUCAN). I served as an executive member of TUCAN during my last two years as a student. I tutor students of all ages and enjoy exploring a wide range of subjects, but I'm especially excited to tutor Spanish and English grammar, writing, and literature. I'm also available for SAT preparation, essay editing and ESL. I make sure to...
Tulane University - BA, Spanish
Jason I have taught and tutored students of all ages, from preschool to high school, particularly enjoying my work with ELL students and students with disabilities. I am especially passionate about foreign languages, the humanities, and social sciences. I have wanted to be a teacher from a rather young age, and I relish the chance to both help dedicated students to achieve academically and impart my knowledge to others.
Vassar College - Bachelors, Drama (education minor)
CUNY Graduate Center - Masters, Linguistics
Caitlin ...am dedicated to the experience of knowledge, including to and not limited to the English Language, reading, writing, and effective communication in any situation, mode, or medium. My goal as an educator is to bring knowledge-gaining experiences to students in such a way that necessary skills are transferred to multiple areas, thus promoting deeper cognitive ties. Lastly, my hope is for all students to love words and the power, responsibility, and gifts they bring.... I believe that teaching is a two-way street, meaning that while I have knowledge and experiences to share with students, they, too, have knowledge and experiences to share with me. Thus the 'two-way street' allows teachers and students to create a symbiotic relationship with one another that allows for Socratic conversations, self-made creations, and transference of skills. I also believe most students learn best when they are challenged, have room to be expressive, and lastly have the opportunities to demonstrate, apply, and stretch their learning.
SUNY at Buffalo - Bachelors, English
SUNY at Buffalo - Masters, English Language Arts Education
Naomi Hi, my name is Naomi Soman, and I am happy to tutor for Varsity Tutors. I study English literature and philosophy, so reading and writing are my strongest suits, but I am glad to help in any of my listed subjects. Please send me a message to let me know how I can be of assistance!... It depends on the subject, but I like to be creative and use all sorts of materials to draw/write/graph etc.
Brandeis University - Bachelors, English, Philosophy
Brandon ...and Public Speaking. It is something that I enjoy, and am deeply passionate about. I believe that education should be as fun as it is rewarding. If this wasn't the case, I couldn't really see any point in devoting my life to it. Outside of school and work, I try and get outdoors as much as possible. In the fall and winter months, there is nothing more enjoyable than sitting in a tree stand, reading...
SUNY at Buffalo - Bachelors, English & Philosophy
SUNY at Buffalo - PhD, Philosophy
Pat Hi. I'm Pat and I would be happy to help you meet your academic goals. Whether you're interested in brushing up your skills or in an entire overhaul, I can provide the support and practice you need. As a certified teacher, I've been assisting students with grammar, sentence structure, reading comprehension, writing, and research for over fourteen years. I look forward to hearing from you.... Learning is an active process. The teacher's job is to provide opportunities for students to actively engage in a given subject and to provide immediate feedback to insure the best results.
Eve ...a motivated and successful student and I am excited to share my skills and expertise with students. I believe in paying attention to a student's needs and tailoring tutoring to best meet these needs. In my spare time I enjoy reading, going to parks, traveling, trying new foods, and learning about different cultures. I am also involved in mental health advocacy and policy reform. I don't play any sports but I love watching hockey!... I believe that the role of a tutor is to guide a student to success. To me, this involves teaching the student good study habits and tips and tricks for success, then carefully reviewing material that the student finds challenging. It is also important that the student gain a sense of self-confidence through tutoring. This can be achieved by helping the student come to the correct answers to questions by guiding them, using what they know, to reach correct answers. Helping the student reach correct answers, instead of simply showing them the answers, helps them to prepare for tests and exams and engages them in the tutoring session.
Kristen ...it can be to have someone there to work through the material with you, at your own pace. I love working with kids, and I also have experience working with students ages 6-24. I know that there's serious pressure on students to excel and learn at home, and that can be overwhelming for parents. I am confident that I can help students improve academically by working patiently and diligently with them one-on-one. My strongest subjects...
James ...though I am also perfectly apt to prepare you or your son/daughter for many forms of standardized testing, as well as mathematics and subject-tests. I believe that the educational experience works best if customized for each individual student, therefore I like to build lesson and study plans around the needs of each one. In my free time I am also a part-time waiter and bartender, and I can often be found on many of the...
SUNY Geneseo - Bachelors, Chemistry
Caroline ...making content relevant outside of the confines of the classroom. My approach? I am currently working towards my Masters in Education and understand that students of all ages struggle with material at some point in their academic careers. I believe we learn best from teachers we feel genuinely care about us and our success. As an instructor, I work to build strong relationships with my students to better motivate them and get them excited about...