Award-Winning SAT Reading Tutors in Rotterdam Junction, NY
Nicole ...where I teach history, political science, philosophy and psychology. I am an assessment and online learning specialist. As a graduate of the College of Saint Rose with my Masters degree in adolescent education, I taught high school prior to moving through the ranks to Assistant Professor. I am passionate about teaching and literacy. I love...
College of Saint Rose - Bachelors, History Education
Capella University - PhD, Professional Studies in Education
Yuvraj ...two work days are exactly the same. I believe it is critical to truly be aware of how fast-paced technological advancements are inherent in education and tutoring services, especially in the context of having successful progression of analytical and communications tools. As a senior at RPI majoring in Computer Engineering and Business Management concentrating in...
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute - Current Undergrad, Computer & Systems Engineering & Business Management, Concentration: Finance & Marketing
Kimberly ...Girl Scout troop, and serve as Secretary and Webmaster for the PTO and a mental health crisis volunteer for the Medical Reserve Corps. I also enjoy family time with my marathon-running husband, four rescue cats, and my lovely eleven-year-old daughter, who is an academically and artistically gifted speed-reader, but also struggles with attention deficit disorder....
University of North Texas - Bachelors, English
SUNY at Albany - PhD, Social Psychology
Meghan ...both US and world, English, writing, and grammar to elementary and middle school math and Algebra 1 and 2. I love to learn and want to share that with my students. Beyond helping my students better understand subject matter, I want to help my students appreciate how they learn and the ways for them to...
George Washington University - BA, History
George Washington University - MA, Museum Studies
Rob ...the United States and internationally as a private tutor and college counselor, so I am familiar with many different types of students, from a wide variety of backgrounds, and the various difficulties they face. In short, I work with students in many ways, depending on what the student him or herself needs.
Fordham University - BA, English / History / Philosophy
Fordham University - MA, Philosophy
Elisabeth ...worked with younger children struggling in math and science. I enjoy connecting with students to help find a way for them to not only understand the material, but to be able to use that material and apply it to their learning for years to come. It is important to me that each student makes academic...
The University of Vermont - Bachelors, Psychology
SUNY at Albany - PhD, Clinical Psychology
John ...part in both rugby and debate on campus. I'm a huge Beatles and Billy Joel fan, planning to go see Paul McCartney this summer if possible. As someone who played baseball in high school, I always am up to throw the ball around or talk about the game, especially if you are a New York...
Williams College - Current Undergrad, Economics
Ryan ...four Cs--critical thinking, collaboration, communication, and creative problem solving. The best teaching is relevant, and endures. My students are challenged to learn about themselves and their responsibilities; it is not just the content, but how the student succeeded or struggled, and what they took away, that matters. In brief, this learning-by-doing mimics life—preparing students to...
University of New Hanpshire - Bachelors, English Language and Literature
New Mexico State University-Main Campus - Masters, Creative Writing
William I am a gifted communicator who is capable of excelling at any task presented. An educator first in everything I do, I bring an empathetic and dutiful approach to my work that places a high premium on creating a positive learning environment. You will find me a very passionate and valuable member of the team.
SUNY at Albany - Bachelors, United States History
Joshua ...subtleties in one's favorite song and hearing it repeatedly, and a person's objective score on a test will inevitably increase through constant exposure. Most importantly, a sense of rhythm is invaluable, quite literally in the case of listening to music but figuratively in the case of test-taking, where you develop your personalized method to remaining...
Colgate University - Bachelors, Chemistry, Classics
Columbia University in the City of New York - Masters, Classics