...Brown University where I double majored in International Relations and History of Art and Architecture. I also have a certification in teaching English as a foreign language. My favorite subjects to tutor are Russian, Japanese, and English, but I also am available to tutor in math (elementary to calculus), science, and SAT/ACT/AP prep. I have over five years of experience in both in-person and online tutoring, and I am passionate about helping students reach their...
My personal statement and teaching philosophy are a quote by Albert Einstein "Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid."
I am a data analyst and Finance graduate student with a passion for mathematics and Economics. I love helping others learn and have tutored for years professionally. I am also a technical writer for my company and can spot a typo or grammatical error from a mile away! I look forward to helping students in their many academic endeavors.
...speaker passionate about teaching language, culture and French norms. Growing up in the States, French was my first written language as I attended a French immersion school from the age of 3. My family traveled to France every summer where I integrated myself in the culture and later went back to study abroad during University. I graduated from the University of Maryland with a dual degree in French Language and Literature and Communications/ Public Relations....
...at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. I'm currently working on a Bachelor of Science majoring in Biopsychology and minoring in Spanish. I'm glad to help students who wish to better understand Biology, Algebra, Chemistry, French, and English. I speak English fluently and French is my native language. I promote a fun and engaging learning environment where students get the opportunity to learn from each other and actively participate in sessions.
...and I am a recent graduate of Franklin & Marshall College where I studied Classical Languages and Political Science. I knew I was passionate about teaching and tutoring upon beginning my professional career as an AmeriCorps member in Washington, DC. In this role I work in a math classroom and lead small group tutoring sessions. I focus on both academic support and social-emotional learning. The subjects that I am passionate about include math, English literature,...
I enjoy working with students of all ages and backgrounds on writing, reading, humanities, and test preparation. I'm a PhD student in Modern European History at Rutgers University, and I recently did an exchange year at the Ecole Normale Superieure in Paris. I have 8 years of experiencing in tutoring and previously worked for the Educational Testing Service in test development for the SAT, PSAT and pre-AP English exams.
...school and traveled all over France one summer with other high school students. In college, I continued taking French because I love the language. In was working on a major in International Relations which required credits in 2 different languages so of course one of them was French! I studied abroad in Nevers for six months where all of my courses were in French and I lived with a French family. I ended up with...
...for this reason I welcome lots of questions and critiques so that I may become clearer and more refined in my explanations. I am very careful at listening at the students needs. I put lots of work, but I also demand work and seriousness in return. This accompanied with a light spirit that belongs to my character to render the learning enjoyable. My determination and that of the students allows for success. My curiosity is...
...from Princeton University's School of Public and International Affairs, looking to study immigration and urban policy specifically. Languages are another passion of mine, I am currently studying Arabic and Spanish, but am fluent in French and Romanian as well. Working for Concordia Language Villages, as a counsellor at a French Immersion Camp, has taught me how to effectively teach French using a wide variety of methods and activities. Supporting students in creative ways was key...
...I enjoy sharing my language and experiences with all students at any level and towards achieving any goals. Conversation, test prep, school needs, practice for upcoming vacation, are all fabulous reasons to want to engage with the French language and myself. I have helped IB, AP, Home school students, as well as adults seeking to improve their fluency and knowledge of the culture. I'm ready to help and eager to see you succeed. Your success...
...motion to the desk and said, "You should be on this side of the desk," meaning the teacher side. That's all I needed to hear. I made sure to take every course that would make me the best teacher I could be. I studied year-round, and in December 2003, I graduated summa cum laude. I went on to take graduate courses in teaching reading, language arts, young adult fiction, pedagogy, and writing. I started teaching...
...UCL, and I am a graduate of the IB Diploma Programme (bilingual), where I focused my studies on French and English literature. I grew up in a French and British household, so I have both languages as a mother tongue. I have tutored English and French to students of all ages (4 to 30 years old) for over a year now - my studies in Russian have made an even stronger tutor, as they have...
...Colombian by birth. I am fluent in Spanish, French, Canadian French and English. Spanish being my mother tongue, I learned French in an immersion school named Lycee Francais Louis Pasteur, in Bogota. I graduated in Computer Science while I was living in Toronto, Canada, where I also had the chance to improve my communication skills in English. I began teaching languages at the Alliance Franaise, back in Colombia for about 2 years, and then I...
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