...do learn something new every day. Of all the jobs I've had while pursuing music and art, I've found that teaching is the one in which I have the most to offer and that gives me the most in return. I believe that confidence is the largest factor in success at anything, and preparation leads to confidence. This applies to the SAT test; it applies to performing a concert; it is universal. I want to...
...a concentration in Jewish Studies from Gordon College in 2008. For graduate studies I decided to focus on the History and Geography of the Middle East and thought there was no better place to do so than in the Middle East itself. So I moved overseas and earned my compound M.A. in Historical Geography from Jerusalem University College in 2010. My diverse academic background allows me to tutor a wide variety of subjects including; History,...
...large variety of subjects, including LSAT, SAT, and ACT. I also tutor various academic subjects, primarily in the fields of math and science. My favorite subject to tutor is Chemistry, followed closely by Physics. I feel that anyone can learn anything as long as it is explained in a way that is conducive to them, and I aim to achieve that in my teaching. Outside of tutoring, I enjoy ultimate frisbee, television, reading, and games...
...always work hand-in-hand with parents to identify where the student needs the most help. I've taught Spanish, Hebrew, Arabic, Writing, and resume/career skills, amongst other topics. I believe that for a student to truly succeed, he or she needs to become engaged in the subject beyond the textbook. For example, that's why I incorporate music, art, culture, and media into my foreign language lessons- to make the subject come alive! Students I work with not...
I've always known I wanted to teach. Once I received my undergraduate degree in Psychology/Neuroscience, I decided to pursue a Masters degree in Education. I love working with classrooms full of students, but I also love working with people one-on-one. I find that when the tutor has a chance to zero in on and accommodate a students' individual needs and learning style, the experience becomes more productive and enjoyable for everyone involved.
...well as Python, Hebrew, and Test Prep. My favorite subjects to tutor include Algebra 1, Algebra 2, and Language Arts. In terms of my tutoring philosophy, I feel as though a student has not mastered a topic until he/she can effectively explain it back to me as if I am a student wanting to learn said topic. Throughout my experience tutoring and receiving tutoring, I have found that this is a very powerful way of...
Although I spend my days teaching in a classroom, I love moonlighting at a tutor because of the individualized attention that my students receive. I bring several years of classroom experience to the table, as well as a teaching credential from the University of Oxford and a BA from Northwestern University. While my classroom experience is in English/reading and history, my tutoring experience has been in everything from math to foreign languages. ... In short, I...
...some of the most knowledgeable professors and brightest students. I also graduated with high honors for my degree in religion. From my work as a writing tutor, and as a student myself, I know that sometimes the hardest part about writing is getting started. I love being able to help students find their interests and figure out how to write something that will not only be successful academically, but that they are going to enjoy....
...I hope to pursue a higher level degree, such as my PhD, or change directions altogether and become a veterinarian or a surgeon Well see where the wind takes me! Ive been tutoring with Varsity Tutors for almost a year and have loved meeting students from all over Boston and helping them with SAT preparation or science class. Its a very rewarding feeling when students achieve their goals because of your help. This feeling, and...
...Sister Mentor, and Peer Coach. By working with so many different individuals, Ive learned to personalize my tutoring methods to best match each of my students learning styles and needs. It is important to me to get to know my students and figure out the best way to help them achieve their goals! Although I tutor in a variety of subjects, I am most passionate about math. It fills me with pride every time my...
...Teacher Leader in a K-8 school in the School District of Philadelphia, and I have a huge passion for teaching! That being said I graduated from Rutgers University in History for my undergraduate, Eastern University for a Masters Degree in Elementary / Urban Education. I love elementary and middle school and teach high school students history at night. I love sports, reading, video games, traveling, and airplanes. I am fun and outgoing which I bring...
...I was in 7th and 8th grade, my family lived in Israel, which became the foundation of my love of learning, cultures, and the acquisition of language. My certifications are in all subject areas through 6th grade, Language Arts and Reading through 9th grade and I have my Reading endorsement. I will have my ELL/ESOL endorsement by next spring. My enthusiasm for teaching and learning helps put my students at ease. Creating a safe, friendly...
...learning environment that accommodates all students' needs and academic goals. In high school, I taught elementary schoolers about community health and hygiene in Spanish. In addition, I facilitated workshops about cross-cultural communication and active listening, and mentored middle schoolers as an Outdoor School student leader. More recently, I have worked with Sprout Up! NYC teaching first graders about environmental science, facilitated a course for ninth graders about health disparities as a Peer Health Educator, utilized...
...Communication from the University of Kentucky. My teaching style emphasizes clarity and adaptation. I work to multiply the ways a student can approach a question or problem to give them the most robust possible intuitions for the subject. In this way, my students learn not only for the immediate need, but for long term growth, as well. I have always enjoyed tests and love helping students learn to love them as well. I believe that...
After having been through the stresses of applying for colleges, grad schools, and other types of programs, to give back and ensure that you have the tools and skills necessary to reach your academic goals. I have taught and tutored a variety of core subjects for many years, and am happy to share knowledge and best practices for successful preparation!
I am a student at Barnard College graduating in May 2021 with a major in political science and a minor in psychology. I love working with kids and helping them reach their full potential! I tutor in history, reading, writing (incl. college apps!) and government.
...150 years ago. My name is Dana. I'm an Israeli-American. I was raised Rehovot, Israel and came to USA, to study at Sara Lawrence and Florida International University where I received a degree in English Literature, which helped further my appreciation for the subtleties of language. I teach Hebrew in Miami Beach and online. I am interested in helping people speak the language they pray in thus deepening their emotional connection to language. I work...
...as I approach working with students. I utilize my natural proclivity of listening and asking key and articulate questions to understand the individual needs of each tutee. I naturally seek to understand people on a deeper level than the superficial while also moving forward. Today, I hone this natural proclivity to understand my students. The value that I bring to students is my ability to apply a mix of my natural curiosity, inquisitiveness, efficiency, thoughtfulness,...
...coach and am convinced that my abilities and gifts are best suited for communicating to others and helping them grasp what is needed to be learned so that the individuals I tutor can be successful in what they have desired to do. I endeavor to find new was to convey information and I see it as an art and calling. I see social media as a way to do this as well as I regularly...
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Recent Hebrew Tutoring Session Notes
In this class, we talked about family terms and fruit in Chinese. The student learned really fast. We also practiced the conversation for a bit. We will learn new concepts in a more systematic way next class.
Today's session went well. We focused mostly on his Mandarin homework. We had to play recordings and answer questions from the workbook. His listening has improved, as well as his speaking. We just need to work on his pronunciation a bit more.
The student had a Chinese test in class the following day on weather terms, so we spent the session preparing for it. We went over vocabulary relating to weather and practiced some sentence structures. At the end we conversed in Mandarin briefly.
The student did great today. He had written his characters very neatly and paid great attention to detail during the session. He practiced studying for his dictation test and completed his homework for tomorrow, as well as most of his homework due a week from tomorrow. His pronunciation of pinyin has really improved, and he's started to correctly say the tones as well.
We talked about her lesson on gardens and parks. We learned certain opposites pertaining to location such as front, in front of, behind, and in back of. We reviewed her poem and a dialog in the book relating to the location of objects around the outside of a house.
Today, we went into chapter 10 and reviewed chapter 9. We both agreed that to help with remembering vocabulary, and to work on writing, we decided to give him writing exercises for homework. Chapter 10 also reviewed numbers and intervals, at which new characters in Chinese were introduced, and we spent a bit of time on that. I assigned the student some numbers to write in Chinese, as practice for homework. After that, we went into another news article, that summarized a visit by an international leader to China.