Award-Winning GRE Tutors in Albuquerque International Sunport, NM
Sara ...skills, or must tackle major concepts that they never quite grasped in the first place. I find that many students deal with test anxiety or have mental blocks about certain topics (hello Math!), and I enjoy working with them to overcome those challenges as needed. (It doesn’t hurt that I’m also a certified childbirth doula; it may sound strange, but some of those same breathing, relaxation, and visualization techniques can be surprisingly effective when it...
University of New Mexico - Bachelors, Latin American Studies
University of New Mexico-Main Campus - Masters, Community and Regional Planning / Latin American Studies
Emily ...interests and passions to succeed in areas that challenge them. I have experience working with students from elementary age to college age, in a variety of subjects. I love to write, read, and learn about history and cultures - so if those are areas you struggle with, or want someone to geek over them with you, I'm here to help :) When I'm not tutoring, I enjoy hiking, exploring new places (like New Mexico -...
Davidson College - Bachelors, History
University of Denver - Masters, Global Affairs
Matthew ...including the group's summer boot camp courses. After I left grad school, I taught English to high school students in a public school in central China, while also creating material for a college-focused education group, based in Shanghai. I've learned to use a lot of the research I've seen in grad school, particularly research about learning, retention, and test strategy. In psychology, we know that people learn in different ways. Pairing up a student of a...
DePaul University - Bachelors, Organizational Psychology
Rice University - PhD, Organizational Psychology
Charles ...(high school and college), Chemistry (high school and college), General Biology, Physiology, and Biochemistry. In addition to the subjects above, I also have experience in SAT prep, ACT prep, GRE, and GMAT preparation. I've also tutored students enrolled in the IB program and different AP classes. My philosophy about tutoring is to quickly determine where the strengths and weaknesses are and to develop a mutual game plan. I have had the experience to learn from...
Purdue University-Main Campus - BS, Biochemistry
Georgetown University - MS, Physiology and Biophysics
Shelley I am a doctoral candidate in Clinical Psychology at Duke University. My job requires excellent mathematics, analytic, and writing skills, which are also my favorite subjects to teach. I have experience teaching kids in elementary, middle, and high school, as well as college-aged students. My particular expertise is in managing attention and assisting with executive functioning (e.g., time management and planning).
Northwestern University - Bachelors, Journalism and Psychology
Duke University - Current Grad Student, Clinical Psychology
Ian ...student I spent three years as a graduate teaching assistant and three semesters teaching the Western Civilization 102 survey course. As an instructor I focus not only on the “what” but also on the “why and how.” In doing so, my goal is to teach students critical thinking skills, getting them to deliberate and reflect rather than simply regurgitate information. I also have experience in professional editing and in my classes I place great emphasis...
University of San Francisco - Bachelors, History
University of New Mexico-Main Campus - PhD, History
Kai ...a Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy in 2014. I recently returned to Albuquerque after spending a year in Spokane, Washington working with individuals experiencing homelessness. In addition to tutoring I work for Children’s Choice after school program and hope to pursue a PhD in clinical psychology very soon. I would like to become a therapist in the future, and like to think my experience working with my students will help me when working with...
Grinnell College - Bachelors, Philosophy
Sam Hi, I'm Sam, and I'm here to back you up! I believe that success in any pursuit is a matter of motivation, practice, and guidance. I'll bring the guidance, you practice, and we can meet in the middle on motivation. Hope to see you soon!... Getting really good at anything is a matter of practice, motivation, and guidance. You practice, I guide, and we can meet in the middle on motivation.... Learn about the student. Give the student an activity (e.g., a reading excerpt) that is part learning exercise, part evaluation, and work through it together. Assign homework based on the progress of the lesson.
University of Louisville - Bachelors, Humanities
Delaine ...connect the learning content to the learner's life and interests. I have a masters in Teaching English as a Second Language (especially adult ESL), and also coursework and teaching experience in Secondary Education (grades 6-12). I have endorsements in English Language Arts and ESL. My bachelors degree was in writing. I love to teach writing. I speak Spanish and Arabic at intermediate levels. I can read and write in these languages. I also taught GED...
UNM - Bachelors, English: Creative Writing
UNM - Masters, LLSS: TESOL
Justin ...by developing their critical thinking skills. I have devoted my life to education because I am passionate about it, and I try to share some of my passion for learning with the students I work with. I tutor all sorts of Standardized Tests, and I particularly enjoy working on logic-based problems like analogies and math sections. When I am not tutoring or reading for school, I enjoy strategy games (both board games and video games),...
University of Chicago - Bachelors, Philosophy
University of New Mexico-Main Campus - Current Grad Student, Philosophy