...minor in Mathematics. I have worked with kids of all ages, ranging from elementary school to college students through various subjects. I have also worked extensively with special needs children, doing everything from teaching special education to one-on-one in-home mentoring. Through my experiences, I have continued to carry my passion for working with children and have developed my skills in making successful and individualized learning fun. Math, science and test prep are the subjects I'm...
...about positive change in the lives of New York City school children and my belief in the importance of using emerging educational technologies to engage with and enrich the education of students, has made me both a successful teacher, and a popular tutor. While I have long believed that every student deserves and is capable of academic success, it was my time spent as a school teacher in East New York that most thoroughly convinced...
...Language and Literature. I have 10+ years of tutoring experience ranging from elementary students to undergraduate seniors. Additionally, I am a published writer and have worked for multiple literary magazines. I am skilled in writing, reading, editing, research, prose, language acquisition, and literary analysis. I am also proficient in Italian and am working towards fluency. I consider myself to be a very passionate and charismatic person and am excited to help students grow in their...
...that is tailored for their success. I have 10+ years of experience as a tutor in the following areas: English, Spanish, Chinese, testing, essay related exams, resume writing, scholarship applications and related subjects. I have tutored students with special needs and various learning abilities, students with language and cultural differences, students with little to no computer skills and non-traditional students, many of whom are the ages 40 and up. I have also serviced students from...
...an Ed.M. in Art and Art Education. I believe that all children and youth have the ability to learn and that their potential emerges from thoughtful pedagogical practices. Cultivating a student-centered approach, and understanding multiple intelligences as the various cognitive and creative modes of how students think and learn, allow academic goals and personal development to flourish. By this, students are led on the path to mastery and achievement, and the desire to be life-long...
...into new, exciting spaces where we can really, tangibly, impact our culture. Guiding this process is my passion. I will be starting my PhD (Media Studies) this Fall at Northwestern University and look to continue tutoring throughout my studies. Although that will place me in Chicago, I'm a Michigander at heart, having lived most of my life in mid-Michigan. I received my B.A. (Journalism) at Michigan State University; I taught college composition at the University...
...and goals of every student. I am experienced in tutoring English at all levels, from English Language Learners to professionals looking to improve their writing skills. I have tutored K-12 students in reading, writing, and literacy skills and have taught English to students in China via an online platform. I recently spent two years managing an afterschool program where I assisted students in increasing their achievement rates in English Language Arts. My mission is for...
The World of Digital Media Arts is full of wondrous skills. Skills that can create and guide you through a Game level, a music score, and even a movie storyline. Let's explore the many different parts of Digital Media Arts and the software used.
Hello, and welcome to my tutoring profile! I am currently a student attending MSU. I have been a tutor throughout my academic career, and have the skills necessary to help you succeed. I'm friendly, outgoing and dedicated to helping you develop the skills you need to rise above and beyond your expectations.
...I also have Master's Level credits in Special Education and Forensic Psychology. I am a School and Family Mental Health Counselor in a school based setting. I also have experience in business, special education, law enforcement, and emergency medicine. I also have extensive coaching experience. I have coached football, hockey, and lacrosse. I have coached lacrosse at the youth, high school, collegiate, and international levels. I am passionate about helping students learn and achieve their academic...
...them the freedom and space to explore things on their own. The areas of tutoring that I'm focusing on are math and art. One of my favorite subjects is math and I really like helping others learn to engage in mathematics as much as I do. I know a teacher can make or break for a student, even if you are gifted in a subject. So I believe in really getting to work with a...
I am a professional tutor, teacher, freelance graphic designer, artist and musician. I approach my students with an openness to their learning styles. I love to study languages--especially Italian, Spanish and Japanese! I tutor in the language arts and computer arts--such as programs like Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and Indesign.... In my teaching, I am always thinking of the real world application of the subject. If my students cannot use what they have learned in context, then...
...experiencing anxiety + depression ( I get you! ) What is effortful for the neuro-divergent brain is also our best asset! As a tutor, my method is to wrangle academic challenges into a pathway of vibrant colors and provide a clear vision for the road ahead. In my career, I lived and worked in NYC as an editorial photographer, actor and dancer. I continued as a creative in Berlin with performance art + music while...
...one of my profound passions in life. It's a wonderful feeling to have "Light Bulb Moment," when a concept finally "clicks" and makes sense. One of my clients calls it, "The Last Puzzle Piece Effect:" the triumph of unlocking untapped knowledge and potential, after "mentally" puzzling over complex and disorganized concepts. I, personally, identify with it well, having felt it commonly myself. It's exceptionally satisfying to have the capacity to help other people fulfill their...
...polish their language skills in a fun way by keeping the class visually dynamic and focusing on phonics and vocabulary building through vocal repetition and engaging conversation. I am originally from Texas, but have lived in Mexico for over 27 years where I have taught ESL English to Mexican students, and Spanish to American students. I also have extensive experience in public relations and theatre. My hobbies include organic gardening and photography I am very...
Hello! I am a recently transferred University of Arizona student majoring in Gender and Women's Studies and Creative Writing. I am fluent in Japanese as well as in English and I have extensive experience teaching English as a second language overseas in Japan.
...easy to determine exactly what students are struggling with in order to tackle those problems - making challenging concepts EASY to understand for ANYONE. Additionally, I am also a musician of over 15 years, and LOVE to teach and spread the joy of music! In general, I think learning is best done when the teacher fully understands their student and the way they learn. It is important for me to recognize when a student isn't...
...millions of ways to solve a problem, but it is finding the most efficient ways to solve a problem that will set you apart. My tutoring style is based on understanding concepts due to the fact that most languages share similar attributes. Vocabulary is also very important. I have obtained a Bachelors degree in Computer Science from North Carolina A&T State University and now work in the industry as a web developer. I tutor Computer...
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Recent Digital Media Tutoring Session Notes
Went through some sample problems on solving linear equations and determined when a rational expression is undefined. Also, discussed solutions for absolute value problems. These questions will be addressed during our next session.
When we began today, the student had me look over some of his past quizzes to verify that he was doing things correctly, which he was. We then set to work on reviewing for his test tonight over first and second derivatives and their relation to graphing polynomials. After that, we spent some time on his next homework assignment, which synthesized all of the material we've been working on for the past couple weeks. The student remembers all of the concepts, but he sometimes applies them in the wrong order, resulting in mistaken answers. Our next session is scheduled for next Tuesday at 11 AM.
We went through the free response sections of the student's tests from last semester, working through the problems step-by-step, so he understood each step and hopefully could reproduce similar processes when given similar questions. We plan on covering some of the multiple choice questions from the exams as well, next session.
The student and I reviewed synthetic substitution and how use it to solve polynomial functions. The student started a new unit on sequences and series. We went through the difference between geometric and arithmetic sequences and series. We also started to review for her final exam.
Today we worked extensively on the student's history paper. I spent about forty-five minutes editing and making suggestions for review on my own time, then when we met, we were able to make the needed changes. We finished making the footnotes, rewrote the needed parts and then worked on other subjects. We practiced the vocabulary words for his English vocabulary quiz on 3/28 by me quizzing him and him writing them down, along with the definitions. Finally, we did a similar thing with the Spanish vocabulary, writing each word and it's meaning plus a star if he didn't know it from English to Spanish or vice versa.
The student and I reviewed her material for her upcoming biology exam. Topics included: parts of crayfish, starfish, grasshoppers, perches, fetal pigs, and plants, diseases, and properties of cells. She knew the majority of it, but needed small reminders for the rest.