Award-Winning Mandarin Chinese Tutors in Washington, DC
Ann ...Chicago School of Professional Psychology. I received my Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a focus on Clinical Psychology. While I tutor a broad range of subjects, I am most passionate about Mathematics (Statistics and Algebra) and Chinese. In my experience, I have found that the best way to help a student learn is to find what works best for them. I firmly believe there is not just one method of learning and that by...
Brigham Young University - Bachelor of Science, Psychology
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology - Master of Arts, Clinical Counseling
Joanne I am a native Mandarin-Chinese speaker and have tutored and interpreted Mandarin in the past. I am pretty flexible and efficient and can help students according to their needs. In addition, I am currently working with the National Cancer Institute on data quality control and I have always have a strong background in math and statistics. On the side, I love hiking, cooking and trying different types of food!!
University of Washington - Bachelor of Science, Biochemistry
University of Michigan - Master in Public Health, Epidemiology
Zac I am a recent graduate from an international relations masters program. I am especially qualified to teach students in the social sciences. ... My teaching philosophy is to encourage questions and open discussion. I feel that active learning, where students are making the connections themselves is the most beneficial to them. Having a friendly and relaxed space for learning is important to me as well.... Get to know the student. Figure out what they want to get out of the tutoring session and devise a plan to help the student meet their goals.
St Johns University - Bachelors, Political Science and Government
Tufts University - Masters, Security Studies and Pacific Asia
ManHua ...neuroscience with a minor in psychology. After graduation, I plan on taking a gap year to further gain research experience before pursing graduate school for a PhD in Neuroscience. Outside of academia, I play as handler for the GMU Women's Ultimate Frisbee team and enjoy crafting and DIY. I tutor a variety of science and math subjects but I am most passionate about biology and neuroscience. Throughout my years of taking science courses in high...
George Mason University - Bachelor of Science, Neuroscience
David ...Asian Humanities. During my junior year, my professors recommended that I consider joining the Departmental Scholar Program based on academic standing and involvement in extracurricular activities, allowing me to simultaneously pursue my undergraduate degrees and a Master’s degree in East Asian Studies, area of specialization: China. In June 2012, I received my Master’s degree and dual majors in Economics and Chinese, while attaining a minor in Asian Humanities. I have been tutoring mathematics, economics, and...
University of California-Los Angeles - Bachelor in Arts, Economics, Chinese
University of California-Los Angeles - Masters, East Asian Studies
Siyuan ...math. I love math and the sciences and those are my favorite subjects to tutor. There is nothing that makes me happier than seeing my students explain a concept that was previously confusing for them. My teaching strategy relies heavily on understanding my students' learning styles and catering tutoring sessions to best fit how my students like to learn. When working through practice problems, I enjoy using the "teach-back" method to enhance repetition and to...
University of Pennsylvania - Bachelors, Biology, Economics
Johns Hopkins University - Current Grad Student, Medicine
Diya I have taught classes of 10+ adult students in ESL. I designed these lesson plans and executed them, along with original assignments, tests, and classwork. I've also directly tutored younger students between 10-12 years of age in ESL and math. In high school, I helped other students in math. I am a great tutor because I am patient, funny, and relatable. I'm always able to keep things light and enjoyable. I take pride in helping...
University of California-Berkeley - Bachelor of Science, Political Science and Government
Jinlin ...pronounce a difficult word, it was so wonderful that I forgot how much effort we put in. My previous teaching experience taught me an important lesson. Teaching is not only in the classroom reading a textbook, life itself has already provided us a perfect learning environment. When I was a teaching assistant in high school, teaching Chinese to middle school students from UK was really a stressful work. I remember the first few days, sitting...
Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts - Bachelors, Fine Art Study
George Washington University - Current Grad Student, Museum Studies
Jessie ...and Nutrition Sciences from China in my early 20s. After working as a Senior Scientist in the Food and Flavor Industry Research and Development for 17 years, I quit my job five years ago. I have since been homeschooling my children from Elementary school to High school. I have various Chinese tutoring and teaching experiences in Johns Hopkins University CTY program, local Chinese schools, one on one tutoring from Preschool to High School, online learning,...
Zhengzhou University of Science and Technology - Bachelor in Arts, Food Engineering
University of Maine - Doctor of Philosophy, Food and Nutrition Sciences
Ariel ...teacher, tutor, or mentor wherever there was a need for one. During my time working as a Research Technician at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, D.C., I mentored high school students in biological concepts, laboratory techniques, and data analysis. I taught them in such a way that by the end of the summer, they were able to not only explain and execute experiments, but also articulate the scientific background and significance to other researchers....
University of California - Los Angeles - Bachelor of Science, Psychobiology
Georgetown University - Master of Science, Physiology and Biophysics