...recent graduate of Brandeis University where I double majored in Neuroscience and Health Policy. I am a veteran of the Montgomery County Public School system. I graduated from the International Baccalaureate Program at Richard Montgomery, and was an AP Scholar with distinction. I love working with people to help promote understanding, especially in the areas...
...student of the IB program at Biotechnology High School, where I received my IB diploma. I have previous experience with both tutoring 1-on-1 and to a group of students. Outside of academics and tutoring, I love to play basketball and video games. I especially love to watch New York Knicks basketball games, travel, and spend...
...writing group for adults with my husband at our home in Brooklyn. Over the course of my professional and academic trajectory, tutoring has supplemented and enriched my experience. Whether helping a fourth grader with intermediate-level German homework or guiding a high school senior in writing an analytical essay on Flannery O'Connor's short stories, I relish the...
...SAT and TEFL prep, Personal Statement and Statement of Purpose for undergraduate and graduate applications. At the heart of all of my teaching is English- its complexities, its boundaries, and its abilities to resonate throughout the world. I seek: to coach my students to bring out their best personal statements for university applications; to strategize...
As a teacher with 10 years of experience, I am excited about the opportunity to apply my skills and experience for Varsity Tutors. In addition to my Bachelor of Arts in Spanish, I also have six years of experience teaching Spanish to middle school students.
...master a subject. I've taught in Aldine ISD for five years working primarily with Algebra. I've taught ESL, CT, and Tier 3 students (students who have never passed a STAAR exam). My degree is in History and I hold 9-12 Social Studies, 9-12 Math, and 4-8 Generalist certifications. I'm happy to work with you or...
...education students, as a social studies teacher. Before student teaching, I spent several years studying history at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. I have always been a lifelong lover of history, and so I moved to Washington, DC for college to immerse myself in living history every single day. It was an amazing experience,...
...during class for choice reading and group discussions surrounding larger topics, like character development or plot elements. The writing is far more entertaining. The students are passionate about the topic, because it is a book to which they feel connected. Since choice reading is student driven, all of the ideas they discuss in their papers...
...happy to foster curiosity and interest in subjects that may be considered traditionally boring. I'm in college right now and I'm studying to be a lawyer. I would love to bring my skills and knowledge to the the table! Being a former IB student myself, I understand the importance of deadlines, dedication, and most importantly,...
Military Professional that will assist you on all levels of Chemistry subjects, Basic Math & Organization/Study Skills. Currently 15 Years of Scientific Expertise with in Public Service, Emergency Management, and Pharmaceutical background. My dedicated focus is on Chemistry based subjects with multiple degrees to back up my knowledge; B. SCI...
...program in college and as an independent tutor in subjects including essay writing, SAT prep, elementary math, phonics, and English as a second language. My style is to adapt to the needs of students and their personalities rather than prescribe a catch-all approach. Coming from an academically high-pressure background (I am a graduate of an...
...algebra, trigonometry, precalculus, and calculus. Although most of my tutoring and teaching experience is in math, I have undergraduate degrees in both mathematics and psychology (and briefly attend graduate school for psychology), so I would love to help out with either subject. I tutor test prep as well, including SAT, ACT, AP Calculus, IB Math,...
...tutored mathematics for middle school and high school students. I also have experience in test preparation for the SAT, ACT, IB, AP and Arizona Instrument to Measure Standards (AIMS). Additionally, I have tutored in multiple sciences, such as physics and biology. I very devoted to education and to intend to see to it that every...
...I also have a passion for and expertise in Math and the Natural Sciences -- as well as French and Spanish, having studied and worked in both Paris and Central America. While I'm proficient now, I struggled with both languages early on, and understand the challenges of both starting a new language and in moving...
...have also worked in high school as a resource specialist as well as in Montessori settings as well. I have worked with many students who are classified ELL/ESL. I also have about 15 years experience with all forms of learning disabilities, especially students with ADD/ADHD and Autism. I can work however with anyone who feels...
...disabled adults through an academic mentoring program at my college where I taught study skills, organization, money management and some electives such as animal science. I have experience teaching 1-1 to elementary students during COVID. My favorite subjects to tutor are English, Foreign Languages and Study Skills. In my free time I like to volunteer,...
...and Beulah Moor Home and I spent some time volunteering at this location. While I plan to tutor a broad range of subjects, I am most passionate about calculus and I particularly enjoy teaching others the basics of mathematics. I also have a lot of personal experience studying for standardized tests and I believe I...
...I am most passionate about English, Literature, History, Spanish, and Government/Social Studies. Through my experiences helping struggling students and peers, I have realized the value of adaptability. Most people reach out to a tutor because the traditional classroom method is not best suited for their learning needs. There is nothing more joyful than when a...
...2018. I teach Middle school and High School, including IB courses at an International School in Manhattan. I taught College Writing, College Literature, Creative Writing, Rhetoric and Stylistics, Writing from Sources, and Film as Literature. I am currently teaching grades 6-12 where my students are learning such diverse subjects as the Hero's Quest, Dystopian Societies,...
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For this meeting, we spent the majority of our time split between the student's Comm Arts paper and studying for her upcoming Spanish vocabulary quiz. She also had a Science quiz (moon cycles) and a History quiz (Middle East map) in a week. For her Comm Arts paper, we added the needed three complex sentences, worked on the conclusion, added the paragraph transition sentences, and added the attention grabber. I asked her to add in the page numbers and one more book reference before handing in the draft. We studied the vocabulary for her Spanish quiz at the beginning and the end of the session. We also discussed strategies to study for the History map quiz.
I met with the student today. We worked on a sheet for his Algebra class and then we went over testing strategies for a quiz he has tomorrow. We also talked about using a planner and checked Haiku to make sure he knew what homework he had over the next week.
Met with the student's current tutor. We discussed the student's main problem areas and his learning style. The tutor thinks that the biggest areas to work on are organization and focus. He learns well through repetition and by relating topics to his interests. We also went over the subjects the student is currently studying, his family's expectations for him, and how sessions are normally scheduled.
The student wanted to learn about time management, when he should study what subjects, and to work on his religion notes. We decided what the time limits should be for him to study each course. He decided that he needs to study Spanish more; so, he will devote the last hour of study to Spanish. We talked about what tests he has coming up and how he will study for them. I gave him three assignments; write goals for all classes, tell me who Sam Houston is, and write notes for his religion class. All of these assignments are to be emailed to me to check.
We completely overhauled both her history and math binders. She threw away any scrap papers and put her papers in chronological order. She re-did all of her dividers to reflect the chapters/topics opposed to the designations her teacher gave her. With finals coming up, I was very proud of her for organizing early. Because she has a French test tomorrow, I advised that she take extra time tonight to prepare.
We went over the student's current organizational and study strategies. Then we discussed ways of modifying current strategies and implementing new ones. We also went through his backpack to see his current system and discussed how to better organize his physical notes and homework. We worked out the best times of the day for him to focus on schoolwork and created calendar appointments on his devices so that every day he would get these reminders.