Award-Winning English Tutors in Kirtland Air Force Base, NM
Nikki ...and have taught for 11 years in the Albuquerque, New Mexico public schools. I love my profession and I love to connect with families and their children in a positive and loving way with the intention and hope that my presence in a child's life is motivating, reassuring and inspiring. I am a tournament Chess...
Bachelor's - BA, Anthropology
Master's - MA, Education
State Certified Teacher
Ian ...have experience in professional editing and in my classes I place great emphasis on writing. Along with grammar, I teach students how to organize arguments, convey them in a clear and concise manner, and support them with analysis of evidence. I find my role as an educator, tutor, and mentor to be highly fulfilling and...
University of San Francisco - Bachelors, History
University of New Mexico-Main Campus - PhD, History
Shawna ...high school and college simultaneously. I hold a BA in English Literature from UNM, a Level I Teaching License, and a Level III Pre-K Educational Assistant License. I am also currently studying for my massage license. I love reading, writing poetry, writing blogs, editing, and proofreading. I love the outdoors, music, biking, hiking, and enjoying...
University of New Mexico-Main Campus - Bachelors, English Literature
Brenda I am a great tutor because I am patient and I am attentive to my students needs. I specialize in teaching English and languages to students of all ages. I have spoken Spanish for 43 years, German for 38 years and French for 37 years.
Pepperdine University - Bachelors, Latin American Studies, German, French
Stephanie ...school years and found that none of them were truly effective for me. It is my belief that the reason for this was a lack of understanding my personal learning style. My Philosophy is that adaptability is the key to teaching anyone a new concept. I've been in Real Estate for over 15 years and...
New Mexico State University-Dona Ana - Current Undergrad, Criminal Justice
Rebecca ...and enriching experience to study and engage with individuals outside of typical social norms. There have been a number of factors I have identified that lead to the realm of addiction; individual experience such as a breakdown in relationships, immigration, decline of mental or physical health, employment and more often a combination of all of...
University of New Mexico-Main Campus - Bachelors, History
Michelle ...at Miami Dade College, and hold a Ph.D. in Anthropology from SUNY at Buffalo. I have been teaching at the college for almost 10 years. My experience with tutoring has been with one other company and currently with Varsity tutors. I am able to tutor children and adolescents of all ages through college, and use...
Pacific Lutheran University - BS, Psychology
Washington State University - MA, Anthropology
Emily ...of New Jersey with a degree in Spanish Language Studies and a certification from the state of New Jersey to teach Spanish K-12. Because of my passion for language learning, I am interested in teaching Spanish, teaching English as a Second Language, and teaching English abroad. I am also interested in Social Work, because I...
Ramapo College of New Jersey - BA, Spanish Language Studies
Matthew ...know that people learn in different ways. Pairing up a student of a particular learning style with an instructor that thinks in the opposite style can be disastrous for the student's development. Because of this, I strive to find the student's individual style, and use my experience and research-based knowledge to develop a teaching style...
DePaul University - Bachelors, Organizational Psychology
Rice University - PhD, Organizational Psychology
Darlena Hi! I'm a certified teacher, with years of experience teaching elementary school. I love teaching and learning!... I believe a teacher's role is to guide a student to an understanding of knowledge. Teachers should be lifelong learners themselves.
University of Northern Colorado - Bachelors, Biology
University of Montana-Missoula - Masters, Curriculum & Instruction