...study habits and organization skills, with math and literature being my pure favorites. Skills in these many subjects are pertinent in everyday life and, to me, are extremely important when building a strong academic career and personality. I am extremely passionate about education and it has always been a part of my everyday life. It is extremely valuable to not only building an educated world but to helping push our children forward. Education should always...
...IELTS, GRE Psychology, MCAT Psychology, EPPP. I like to help students meet their goals, keep organized and stay on track so they can enjoy learning. I have a lot of interests: reading, art, architecture, literature and travel. My teaching style reflects the needs of the learner and I assess and develop a plan that matches the speed and abilities of the student so we work together as a team towards their success.
I am an Artist, Teacher and Mother hoping to connect with students in a variety of Artistic endeavors. I have a Bachelors Degree in Fine Art with a concentration in Graphic Design and Illustration, along with a Masters Degree in Art Education. I am passionate about helping students fulfill their full artistic potential, and learn about Art. I tutor Kindergarten through 12th grade level Art, and Art Education Students at the Collegiate level.
...classes and in me. I have my Bachelor's of Art: Fine Art from Florida Gulf Coast University, go Eagles! After four years of teaching visual arts and three years of teaching online, I am excited for every opportunity to teach young learners and help them grow. My classroom is one that is open and friendly, accepting of everyone regardless of skill level or knowledge, promotes creativity, and inspires learners to continue to learn. I love...
...others to be themselves and helping people express themselves specifically through visual art. I have both experience in tutoring and teaching all-age leveled art classes. I specifically love teaching painting and collaging but I am very experimental in my teaching methods. I encourage all students to try something new at least once in their creative practice. I can't wait to share my skills and help build the confidence in those who want to delve in...
...with high school students preparing portfolios for art school submission, first year college students in foundation courses, college seniors working in their major studio concentrations, and graduate students completing their thesis work. I also enjoy working with adults who want to learn new skills in art or computer literacy. I have mentored individuals in informal settings, formal academic environments, and one-on-one professional training sessions. This wide variety of learning types has developed in me a...
I am a graphic novelist and illustrator, currently a junior studying illustration at Brigham Young University. I am the creator of the web-comic Heaven's Hymn, and have illustrated various books. I love to play the guitar, build legos and just have fun in life!
...subject field, it can be difficult to find a balance between expanding knowledge in techniques and conceptually. While student teaching in a K-12 setting, I have worked with all ages of students and am also qualified to work with adult learners. Art and education are essentials to grow and an individual and as a student. In my spare time, I enjoy creating art and exploring the arts within my community, spending time at the beach,...
...experience teaching and ten years experience painting and drawing. I am currently attending the University of Wisconsin Stout and will graduate with my Bachelors in Art Education and will receive my teachers license in the Spring of 2022. Although I am proficient in a number of mediums, I am most passionate about painting and drawing. I am an advocate for art education in schools and truly believe art equips the next generation of thinkers and...
...Meanwhile I tutor a broad range of subjects, I am most passionate about Art, Drawing, Math, Psychology, and History. In my experience helping struggling students understand their past and prepare for their future is my greatest reward. Studying for Standardized Tests and preparing for future goals can be fun and provide remarkable advancements while prepping the student for the critical reading and writing exams. I am a firm proponent of education, believing it to be...
Teaching is my passion as I have studied for many years to receive my B.S. in Language Arts Education and my B.A. in Second Language Studies: Spanish. I have my Masters of English: Rhetoric and Composition from the University of Wyoming. Currently I am a World Literature teaching in Minneapolis, MN. I love interacting with students in a fun and creative way so that the lesson sticks with them.
...have also tutored for different companies and have even held my own thematic art camps. In my spare time, I enjoy painting, photography, traveling, hiking in the mountains, playing bongo drums and attending church events. I enjoy inspiring young people to use their creativity and express themselves in different ways. I love sharing my own experiences of traveling around the world and my personal knowledge of diverse cultures, artists and artistic movements. It would be...
I believe art and design should be a flexible and rewarding experience. Each student has different passions and skills and one size does not fit all. I feel when the techniques and methodology of creating art is acquired, many people can be artists.
...various scenarios is my passion to help students that are apprehensive to learn because they don't know what to do, and teach them how to break down a situation and discover for themselves how to study, learn, and find out to derive the answer for themselves. My Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Syracuse University and my Master's certificate in TEFL/TESOL from Learning Tutoring were not easy to obtain, However, that goal was worth...
...teacher (teaching either math, science, English or art), an education program manager, a leadership trainer (teaching a leadership curriculum through the arts), a yoga instructor, and a tutor. Because Im so passionate about learning, its a pleasure for me to inspire my students to discover their own passions and reach their goals. In my spare time, I enjoy world traveling, reading, yoga, stand-up paddle boarding, swimming, making art and exploring South Florida. Wherever your educational...
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 Molecular Engineering major at the University of Chicago, I am currently taking time off to focus on other aspects of my career but I don't want to stop tutoring outside college campus!. I am a child of immigrants and have spent my life tutoring my siblings and younger students, and I loved working with them! See y'all in class!
...educator. I have taught in public and private schools from Pre-K through MBA, with 35 years at the master's level. My strongest subjects are English Composition, English Comprehension, and most Liberal Arts. I have been extensively trained in SAT / ACT prep, consult for a test prep business, and am certified in Special Education, Visual Art and Montessori Education. Learning can be fun and all students can learn. Come grow with me, we'll have a...
...currently teaching writing - creative and academic- at Boston University and at Summer Ink, a Simmons University program. During my time at BU, I taught creative writing courses at both the undergraduate and pre-college level. For my undergraduate degree, I studied both English and Education, earning my English Secondary Teaching Certificate in Pennsylvania. After graduating, I moved to Budapest to teach history, art, writing, and music for three years. During my fourth year in Hungary,...
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Recent Sculpture Tutoring Session Notes
The student and I discussed the limit definition of the derivative and then worked through the homework for Section 2.2 in her Calculus text. We plan to meet again next week.
Tuesday: Reviewed lecture notes on Enthalpy/Heat of Reactions, Exothermic vs. Endothermic, Spontaneous reactions vs. Non-spontaneous reactions. Calculating Heat of Reaction from 2 methods: Using Heat of Formations (products-reactants) and Using Bond Energies (bonds broken-bonds formed). Went over her lab that covered an acid-base titration. Calculated percent error. Prepped for Test Wednesday.
The student and I focused on critical reading, sentence completion, and some lingering math problems. We talked over accuracy and time-saving strategies for the reading sections and the things to remember for each of the different types of passages. We went through practice sections for different types of passages and discussed how to approach sentence completions based on if you know one word, two answer choices, no answer choices, etc.
Tested student on cumulative vocabulary and root word lists from entire summer. Tested student on fraction, decimal, and percent conversions. Introduced concept of solving inequalities to student. Selected new vocabulary words and roots for student to study between sessions.
This week, we rescheduled our Sunday session to Tuesday. The student took her weekly vocabulary quiz and wrote her practice essay. Even just one session has improved her writing greatly. She did a good job of applying the advice I gave her last week (coming up with more examples and articulating them well). She is also great at coming up with examples to use in her essays. We worked through a math section and a verbal section.