Award-Winning Elementary Math Tutors in Sterling Heights, MI
Andrew ...went on to the University of Iowa College of Law, where I served on the Iowa Law Review, and I graduated in 2013 with a Juris Doctor. I received a 169 on my LSAT (97th percentile), and I have performed equally well on the ACT, SAT, and on numerous Advanced Placement exams. My areas of expertise are in LSAT preparation, Government, Political Science, English, and History. I hope to meet you soon!... I don't believe in a one-size-fits-all philosophy for students. I think each student needs a specialized plan, depending on their ability, motivation, and preferred method of learning. I try to develop such a plan for each student I teach.
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor - B.A., Political Science, Linguistics
University of Iowa - J.D., Law
Ashley ...to school to get my MBA. Throughout my life I have tutored in many topics for volunteer purposes and in a client capacity. I have tutored in many topics from ACT prep to history to language arts. I am most passionate about math. I absolutely love math and enjoy explaining it to others! I am also more than happy to talk about my career path graduating from a top engineering program and attending an Ivy...
University of Michigani - BS, Civil Engineering
University of Pennsylvania - MBA, Masters in Business Administration
Janelle ...and to empower others to think critically and gain the ability to search out answers for themselves. My approach is simple - I see tutoring as a co-learning activity and am always working right alongside each student to fill in any gaps in the learning process and make any subject more enjoyable. My personal educational pursuits have been varied. I studied International Affairs at Gordon College and also played volleyball and studied abroad in Costa...
Gordon College - Bachelors, International Affairs
Tetyana ...subjects, I am most passionate about Biology and English. As an undergraduate student, I was the Senior Editor of a student-run publication for three years, affording me extensive experience in editing others' work. After I graduated, I co-instructed an international summer science course offered by UofM for high school aged students. This was a lab based course that investigated topics in genetics and developmental biology. I had a lot of fun working hands-on with biological...
University of Michigan Ann Arbor - BS, Neuroscience
Kip ...school. I would describe my teaching philosophy as strength-based in that through listening to my clients, I develop a picture of what they are good at and draw upon that to build their confidence while supplementing their knowledge base with my own. Outside of academia, I enjoy bike riding, travel and pop culture. My friends consider me to be pretty out-of the-box, but they also know I am results-driven and loyal to the core.
Morehouse College - BA, Psychology
University of South Carolina - MA, Psychology
Briana ...of students grades 4th-12th in math, English, reading skills, study skills, and English and reading ACT prep. My specialty in math is in helping students who struggle with the abstract nature of math to understand why the steps are the way they are, and in helping to improve the student’s fluency with math vernacular. Because I come from a verbal background, I work especially well with students who excel at verbal subjects, but struggle at...
Michigan State University - Bachelors, English
Keith ...college courses in Shakespeare, modern American authors, and freshman composition. I'm also a graduate of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, with a Master of Arts in Theological Studies. I love to teach, and I've taught informally for several years in a number of different subjects, but I am most passionate about English literature and composition. I am especially adept at matching my teaching style to my students' learning styles, and can adjust to various ages and skill...
Wayne State University - BA, English Honors
Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary - MA, New Testament
Kamahl ...the University of Michigan, took an active role in an Industrial Engineering Honor Society (Alpha Pi Mu) in which I tutored and advised Industrial Engineering peers and was part of the University of Michigan Boxing Team and thought peers boxing Technics. In addition, my current position at the University of Michigan Health System has provided me with exceptional experience in this field. Besides working on different projects across the hospital, I teach Hospital staff Lean...
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor - Bachelors, Industrial & Operations Engineer
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor - Masters, Industrial & Operations Engineer
Candice ...that passion into becoming an educator. I currently teach Pre-K and have experience teaching elementary school, working one-on-one with at-risk students, teaching english language learners, and tutoring students in different academic areas. Tutoring students gives me the chance to help a student who may be struggling, needs that extra motivation or wants to take the extra step. When working one-on-one with students I am able to keen in on their individual learning style and help...
Madonna University - Bachelors, Compressive Elementary/Early Childhood
Paul ...of students using different leaning styles that will intensify their interest and increase achievement that’s applicable. I am a strong believer that any student can learn! With patients and enthusiasm, I have taught elementary and middle school language arts, math, and social studies. I currently teach third grade and coach high school basketball. In my spare time, I enjoy watching sports, walking, reading, going to the movies, and spending time with family.... My teaching philosophy is that leaning must be fun and relevant to be retained. Students must know that their future will be enjoyable because they're able to apply what they learned.
Siena Heights University - BA, Social Science/Elementary Education