Award-Winning Mandarin Chinese Tutors in Round Rock, TX
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.
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - Bachelors, Electrical Engineering
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - PhD, Electrical Engineering
China ...science from Southwestern University. After graduation, I studied Mandarin Chinese for a year in Taiwan and then went backpacking through China. I can help you learn basic Mandarin Chinese (1 and 2), walk you through your political science studies, or bang out a killer essay. My two biggest priorities as a tutor are to teach you the *practical* skills you need to master your subject, and to give you a learning experience that is both...
Southwestern University - Bachelors, Political Science
University of Texas at Austin - Current Grad Student, Global Policy Studies
Lillian ...at Austin where I received my Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Plan II Honors along with a minor in Biology. During my years as an undergrad, I served as a peer adviser to help incoming freshmen prepare for college-level classes; an editor for both my university’s literary journal and research journal; and a Mandarin Chinese teacher for beginning learners. After graduation, I began tutoring ESL students from China and eventually succeeded in raising their...
The University of Texas at Austin - Bachelors, Psychology and Plan II Honors
Paige ...San Francisco, CA, I graduated with a UCLA Political Science major and a Chinese minor. I am currently on the NCAA D1 rowing team for the Bruins. I like baking, reading, and lifting weights, and I am an avid foodie who loves discovering new places! As a Peer Learning Facilitator at the UCLA Athletics Peer Learning Lab, I developed customized strategies to help student-athletes reach their highest academic performance. Strategies included teaching time-management methods and...
University of California, Los Angeles - Current Undergrad, Political Science
Daniel ...Engineering, I am continuing my education with a Master's in the same field. For years, I've helped my friends and siblings with homework for school, and they've always told me that I had a talent for teaching; I understand concepts very easily, and explanations come easy as well. The goal that I work towards for my students is to bless them holistically, both through my academic skills and through any relationship that I am able...
The University of Texas at Austin - BS, Mechanical Engineering
The University of Texas at Asutin - MS, Material Science
Connie ...comfortable communicating openly with me. I’m passionate about helping youth around the world and giving a voice to the voiceless so I have served as a mentor for South African underprivileged teens and have done pro bono work for a nationwide anti-human trafficking non-profit. Fun fact: I love trivia and competed as a contestant on Season 9 of the TV game show “Who Wants to be a Millionaire.” My professional experience also includes e-commerce, digital...
New York University Stern School of Business - Bachelor of Science, Marketing and International Business
Lyndsey ...from UT Austin in 2015 with a B.A. in Economics and Psychology. Through the classes I took, I became interested in learning and motivation. I believe that education is extremely important, but learning should also be fun! My approach to tutoring involves a lot of communication and listening – I try to figure out what the student understands and what the student needs help with. I hope to be able to inspire my students and help...
The University of Texas at Austin - Bachelors, Psychology, Economics
Wei Jiun Let's talk in Mandarin :)... When you learn the language, mistakes are never the concern. Practice will make it better.... 1. Get to know the student and expectations. 2. Determine the student's knowledge. 3. Collaborate with the student on a plan of action.... 1. Provide students with opportunities to self-monitor. 2. Provide written and/or oral feedback on classwork and homework. 3. Encourage students to set their own learning goals.... To help the students to accept that there is more than one answer, enhance learning by planning lectures to increase their understanding. Encourage students to read with more meaning. Finally, help students to become self directed learners.
Tunghai University - Bachelors, International Trade
Hult International Business School - Masters, Business Adminstration
Annie I believe in teaching students to learn how to think and problem-solve on their own. I use examples and analogies that students can relate to in order to help them master material. I will be attending medical school in the fall.
University of California-Los Angeles - BA, Psychology
Columbia University in the City of New York - MA, Clinical Psychology
Seth ...teachers. This spring I taught two Chinese classes at Boston Latin School. This experience at Boston Latin School was invaluable, as I received hands-on experience in Chinese teaching and tutoring. As a non-native fluent speaker of Chinese, I have many advantages for the language. I can better explain grammar points having had the experience of learning the language in a classroom as they are. I also can serve as an example to other non-native speakers...
Wesleyan University - BA, Chinese
Ohio State University - MA, Chinese