Award-Winning German Tutors in Taylor, TX
Annette ...classrooms, and to leading scout groups of various ages, which I still do. My tutoring experience is broad and I loved and still love every part of it, but my passion is, for sure, to teach my native language of German. I believe that there is a way for every student to understand and learn...
Johann-Wolfgang-Goethe University/ Germany - bachelor and master of law, Law
Johannes-Gutenberg University/Germany - PhD, Law
Vince ...My style of tutoring consists of two major principles: that both tutor and student meet each other halfway in the process of learning and that using visual aids (charts, diagrams, drawings, etc) and encouraging students to make their own by hand is an excellent of learning and understanding new material. Additionally, I am very passionate...
Kristina ...dealing with building block knowledge. I also believe that learning should be interactive and exploratory allowing the student to continuously build on existing knowledge. Outside of academia, I love arts and crafts. I knit, sew, and work with clay whenever I have some spare time. I also garden. I love cooking and baking.
Wilfrid Laurier University - BA, Contemporary Studies and Leadership
Janina ...from Germany ten years ago. I am currently finishing my degree in Critical Language and International Studies in German along with a Translation Certificate. While going to school, I started teaching children and adults of all ages in German conversation and grammar. I enjoy teaching, and I'm always ready to take on a new challenge.
Connie ...students, college students, working mothers, business executives, and medical professionals who want to improve their oral and written language skills. One of my favorite aspects of private tutoring is getting to know the way my student learns and finding out ways to maximize their learning potential and develop their confidence. I like to establish a...
New York University Stern School of Business - Bachelor of Science, Marketing and International Business
Elsa G ...the foundations to build confidence and make a surefooted progress toward their subject goals. I try to figure out what is not working for the student and try to reinforce what the student is doing well. If they don't understand one way, I look for other way to help them with what they are learning....
University of Texas - Pan American - Bachelors, Communications/Journalism - French minor
University of the Americas-Puebla - Masters, Information Design
Grace ...language study. I am proficient in German language tutoring, including grammar, phonology, reading, and composition, and I am happy tutoring beginners or more advanced students! I understand that the language learning process is challenging, and different for everyone. I also have extensive experience with academic and creative writing in English, including essays and research papers.
University of California, Santa Cruz - Bachelors, Language Studies - German
Natalie ...thrown in! As someone who's been stuck in classes that didn't do anything for me, I value the fact that everyone learns differently, and that variety and context, though integral to an engaged learning experience, are often lacking in traditional classrooms. I have remote teaching experience, so I'm looking forward to tutoring a wide variety...
Cornell University - Bachelors, English
Frederic ...school challenges, including how to solve math problems or to develop topic sentences and outlines for essays. I love the process of relaying information to places and people who could use the extra push. This drive has given me particular long term aspirations. I want to develop a career centered around giving back to communities...
Middlebury College - Bachelors, German Studies, Geography
Tom I have a passion for learning and for helping others to learn! Started teaching undergrad courses in 1991...began tutoring in 1999 and received a tutoring award from the University of Pennsylvania. I like to make hard subjects clear and easy to handle!... Usually it's part "get to know you." But then I ask them what is bothering them the most, and we start there. If we have to back up to review things, no problem; I am there to help. I try to remind students I am not their teacher or parent, and I am not judging them at all.