Award-Winning English Tutors in Bellair-Meadowbrook Terrace, FL
Shelley ...small group settings. I believe that individualized instruction is vital to the success of students. My passion for education and my past experiences have proven that I am an effective tutor. I am currently completing my final year of a Master's in Early Childhood Education at Georgia State. I am a certified elementary school teacher, and hold an endorsement to teach students who speak a language other than English as a first language. At the...
Spellman College - BS, Anthropology and Sociology
Georgia State University - MA, Early Childhood Education
State Certified Teacher
Crystal ...with a Bachelor of Science in Broadcasting. I am currently earning a Master of Science in Education from Johns Hopkins University. I currently teach 9th grade English I and English I Honors. I love teaching, and more than my love for teaching, I love helping students to realize and reach their potential. My hobbies include reading and digital editing. Each tutoring session will be an opportunity for students to ask questions, make mistakes, and overcome...
Georgia Southern University - Bachelors, BS Broadcasting (Information Emphasis) and BA Modern Languages (Spanish)
Johns Hopkins University - Masters, Educational Studies (Secondary Education)
Takita ...unless you love what you are doing." Although Education is my second career, I know that my passion is to mentor children and teachers. It is so exciting when students realize their academic potential. I stress to students who struggle academically that "failure is never an option." I have over 25 years of experience as a science and exceptional student education teacher, behavior therapist, administrative dean, and assistant principal. I find that my mission as...
Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University - Bachelors, Respiratory Therapy
Nova Southeastern University - Masters, Special Education
Nicholas ...medical leave due to necessary surgery. I work in the Department of Integrative biology, specializing in genetics. Since graduating from UF, I planned to either go to medical school, or to seek a position as a professor teaching at a reputable college. I chose the latter; though the pay is less, I find too much joy in both research and teaching to not pursue those as a career at the highest level. Throughout my life,...
University of Florida - Bachelors, Biology
University of South Florida-Main Campus - PhD, Genetics and Ecology (focus on genetics)
Priscilla ...difference through teaching in the lives of all who come onto my path. To empower my students to think critically, to be expert problem solvers, and to demonstrate high ethical and moral values in decision-making. I am a passionate person and care deeply about my responsibility to role model what I teach to students. Professionalism must be modeled as well as taught, and I take the charge seriously. What I do in the classroom is...
Lee University Cleveland TN - Bachelors, English
University of Mississippi - PhD, English and Humanities | Masters | English Specialist | Doctorate
Melissa I have been a classroom teacher for over 10 years, mainly in secondary classrooms. However, I have experience teaching and tutoring students from ages pre-school to adult. I love seeing the "light bulb" go on for a student when they discover a new concept or read a new piece of literature. ... My personal teaching philosophy is that all students can learn at high levels.... In a first session, I think it is important for the student and tutor to get to know each other. A personal connection goes a long way in promoting academic success.
University of Louisville - Bachelors, English
Bellarmine University - Masters, Master of Arts in Teaching
Hannah ...am currently studying for the GRE. I've served as a T.A. for a beginner's literature class in the past year, and was a camp counselor at Girls Inc., a stem-focused summer and after school camp for girls K-8. My primary fields are English Literature, Comparative Literature, and History. I have presented at conferences, most recently at Simon Fraser as a member of a panel for their graduate English program. I wrote a thesis last year,...
New College of Florida - Bachelors, English
Corey ...Affairs, and a minor in English Literature in May 2015. Throughout my undergraduate career I volunteered tutoring children in the Tallahassee area, and taught English in Nepal and Cambodia during my summers off. I am looking forward to moving to Phnom Penh, Cambodia in the near future to continue my love of teaching. In the long term I plan to get my Masters in International Conflict Resolution and move to Washington D.C. so I can...
Florida State University - Bachelors, International Affairs
Alfred My goal is to offer solutions that meet your needs today and for the life of your learning career. I believe in building a personal relationship with you as my client, so I can better understand your learning goals and help you get there with confidence and peace of mind. ... The best way to learn is to fail. You don't know what you don't know. By allowing yourself to make mistakes, you open more opportunities to find solutions. Teaching is simply the art of providing solutions learned by making mistakes.
University of Florida - Bachelors, Business Administration
Kaylee ...University of North Florida, where I completed a diverse range of internships that gave me exposure to an even more diverse range of students. I have had the opportunity to teach and tutor a variety of ages and levels. Because of my experience, I've learned that teaching goes far beyond the classroom. I hope to be a role model that cultivates in young people open minds, the knowledge and ability to look at the world...
University of North Florida - Bachelors, Secondary English Education