Award-Winning Spanish Tutors in Washington, DC
Stephanie "I tutored my first student almost ten years ago, and I enjoy working with all age brackets! My specialties are Math and Writing, but I have experience in just about everything.."
Nina "...I have a MSEd in Education Policy from the University of Pennsylvania and a BA in Political Science from The George Washington University. I have been involved in tutoring and mentoring youth since I was in college as a volunteer, and I have worked professionally tutoring students in reading and math. I also ran after-school programming in a public school in Philadelphia..."
Andres "...I aim to help develop thorough, analytical skills like those that I have developed in my four years at Georgia Tech. I recently graduated from my undergrad with a degree in International Affairs and a Minor in Public Policy - next year I'll be working on my masters degree. I am part of a 5-year program (bachelors-masters) so I have experience taking graduate classes and writing graduate-level papers..."
Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus - Bachelors, International Affairs
Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus - Current Grad Student, International Affairs
Paloma "...I have three years of experience teaching Chemistry and Biology to undergraduates as a Supplemental Instruction Leader and Teaching Assistant in a upper divisions Cell Biology Laboratory. I am passionate about teaching science, especially Acid Base Chemistry, Metabolism, and Molecular Biology. I enjoy these subjects because I believe that all biological processes and physiology can be essentially explained through the principles of chemistry..."
Audrey "...For example, I made a children's book of the Aeneid, which helps students remember important events and dates through visuals and poetry. Since I've grown up in a family of ten, I've had the opportunity to teach Latin to my younger siblings, ages 10 and 12, doing things like calling our dog "canis" as a way of helping them learn. In French, I've created visual devices to help students distinguish between specific grammatical constructions and word genders..."
NOVA - BA, Linguistics
Leslie "...I also worked as a Teaching Assistant for Research Methods in Psychology, which included holding workshops about statistics and SPSS, as well as providing one-on-one assistance in reviewing and editing students' research papers. I have also taught English as a Second Language (ESL) to Korean children ages 8 - 16 in a language immersion classroom in Seoul, South Korea. This rewarding teaching experience exposed me to common errors in verbal and written language among ESL students..."
Denzell "...I also attended Howard for my undergraduate engineering degree. I've really come to enjoy the DC area. What I've noticed from my experience interacting with younger students in the past is that many of them don't feel as though they are getting the attention they need to succeed in their more challenging math courses..."
Sean "...and an Economic Analyst in Valencia, Spain. I have a B.A. in History and Spanish with Distinction from the University of Virginia and a M.A. in International Economics from the Universidad de Valencia (Spain)..."
Jorge "...I am Spanish and Peruvian by origin, and I grew up in Florida. I have lived in three continents, and I have over five years of experience teaching in multicultural environments. I love teaching one-on-one and helping my students excel in their specific learning goals..."
Alexa "...I received my Bachelor of Arts in Government and Sociology. While I was at Smith I was a peer advisor at The Lazarus Center for Career Development and had direct experience working with students from a variety of cultural and socio-economic backgrounds. I edited, revised, and proofread cover letters and resumes..."