Award-Winning SAT Reading Tutors in East Providence, RI
Langston ...break down problems into their simplest form and provide thorough explanation, so that any student can achieve mastery. I have helped students raise their SAT scores by hundreds of points by teaching them crucial test taking techniques and optimal ways of approaching a problem. Besides helping students with their academic goals, I enjoy playing basketball,...
Cornell University - BA, Economics
Kellie ...rote memorization. I am currently a student at Boston College and majoring in Biochemistry. My current position as a student offers me an ideal perspective for tutoring both because the subjects are fresh in my mind and also because I have a variety of study strategies I use myself that I can share with my...
Boston College - Bachelor of Science, Biochemistry
Bill ...make sure they understand. I am an MIT graduate with degrees in mechanical and electrical engineering. I have worked as an engineer for the past 30 years. My background includes being a college professor and tutor with experiences with a large range of types of students and continuing education students. I have taught; computers, statistics,...
MIT - BS, Aeronautical Engineering and Ocean Engineering
Cheryl ...am currently licensed to teach Math and General Science at the middle school level. My favorite subjects have always been Math and Science, especially Biology and Chemistry. I enjoy finding different approaches to math problems and have found ways to make all my students over the years understand the best way for them to solve...
Brandeis University - BA, Sociology
Suffolk University Law School - JD, Law
State Certified Teacher
Nina ...Arts. I graduated magna cum laude from Occidental College with a B.A. in English and Comparative Literature, and I hold a California teaching credential in English. I have tutored elementary, middle and high school students in English, and I have taught all levels of English in high school, from remedial to honors.
Occidental College - Bachelor of Arts, English and Comparative Literature
Notre Dame de Namur University - Single Subject English, Teaching Credential
State Certified Teacher
Julia ...M.A candidate, I strongly believe in education empowerment and the gift of knowledge. I've been involved in the education in a myriad of ways: I've taught both in the States and abroad, tutored, trained teachers, taken academic courses, and worked with education policy. Half of learning is understanding the material, and the other half is...
Emory University - Bachelors, Creative Writing/English and Neuropsychology
American University School of International Service - Current Grad Student, International Development
Sarah ...a difference it makes to form a personal connection with each student, and this is why I have continued tutoring over the past several years. My passion for language has also combined perfectly with my passion for tutoring. When I studied abroad in Dijon, France, I taught English at a French preschool and also led...
College of the Holy Cross - BA, French, Psychology
University of Wisconsin Madison - Masters, French Studies
Douglas ...ability to concisely explain concepts. I feel that having a dialogue with a tutor is a much more effective way to learn than sitting through a lecture because it is interactive for the student and can be personalized to the individual student’s learning style. My own learning style is very visual and I like to...
Colorado State University-Fort Collins - BS, Biological Science
Colorado State University-Fort Collins - MS, Bioengineering
Jalyn ...Boston Public Schools, where I provide whole class as well as individual support to high school students. Empowering students is my passion. I believe that students are just as much teachers as teachers are students, and together we can create knowledge and empower one another to achieve educational success and impact positive change in society.
La Roche College - Bachelors, Sociology
Maya ...and in large groups. I am a great tutor because I am extremely patient. I believe that the best way to teach is to first listen carefully to how a student is approaching a problem. Rather than jumping in with my own favorite tricks, I help students understand which of their instincts are bringing them...