Award-Winning Social studies Tutors in St. Louis, MO
Judy "...Then, I went back to UMSL for my EdS (Education Specialist) degree. So, I'm certified to teach elementary 1-8, Social Studies 5-8, and Gifted K-12. I loved taking the classes and I love helping others to master the classes..."
University of Missouri-St Louis - BS, Elementary Education
University of Missouri-St Louis - EdS, Education Administration
State Certified Teacher
Graham "...I often took education courses as electives for fun, it was there that I began to fully appreciate what it means to be an educator. I plan on eventually going back to school and getting a Masters Degree in either education or administration so that I can fully make a career of working with students and helping them succeed. I have over a year of experience educating and working with students..."
Bradley University - Bachelors, History
Chelsea "...Louis area. While my job is a lot more than working with books, I absolutely love working with my students (grades 6-12) in selecting books to read. I have been working with books in some capacity for 10 years and have an emphasis on the young adult genre and have been a volunteer reader-selector for the Missouri Gateway Award for the last three years. In my experience strong readers make strong writers, and vice versa..."
University of Central Missouri - BS, English Education
University of Central Missouri - MS, Library and Information Science
Philip "I am a current student at Washington University in St. Louis (WashU). I study electrical engineering and computer software engineering.Tutoring is an extremely important part of the learning process. Very rarely do the best students have the easiest time learning material in a classroom setting..."
Lora "... I have worked with K-12 special education in summer school. I am passionate about reading and have been trained to teach reading strategy programs. I believe all students have the ability to learn..."
Bachelors Education - BS, Cross Cat Special Ed
Shareen "...I believe the key to being an effective tutor is to perceive the best way for the student to comprehend concepts. Most people can learn difficult concepts to teach, but not everyone can communicate the ideas in a way that the student will understand and retain the material. From my experiences, I have worked with countless students with a wide variety of learning styles..."
Juan "...Today, I am a post-baccalaureate student at the University of Pennsylvania. Because I see myself primarily as a philologist, I am studying in order to enter a Ph.D program. I believe that language is one of the primary factors in shaping how we, as individuals, think and present our ideas to the world..."
Katie "...During that time, I received my Masters of Education from National-Louis University. While I tutor in subjects like reading, phonics, social studies, and geography, my passion and expertise lie in math, specifically pre-algebra and algebra. I really enjoy seeing my students grow from intrepid or anxious test takers into confident and able test takers..."
Patrick "...I am currently a teaching assistant for a law school professor where I provide incoming law students academic support including study skills, time management and basic legal analysis skills. For me, tutoring is about unlocking one’s unique path to achieving their academic goals. Both as a tutor and a student, few things are as gratifying as those light-bulb moments when everything comes together and clicks..."
Daniel "...In addition to the core curriculum for my major, I also completed all of the necessary classes to apply to medical school. This has given me a wide range of subjects that I am familiar with and comfortable tutoring, especially in biological fields such as Anatomy, Physiology and Genetics. I am originally from Omaha, Nebraska, but over the past 5 years, I have gotten to know and love the Saint Louis area..."