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(115) Private Test Preparation Tutors offering lessons, class and homework help in Altamahaw

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Gloria

Harvard Grad for Math, Science, ACT/SAT, and College Prep Tutoring

I am a medical student at Duke Med and a Cum Laude graduate from Harvard University with a major in Chemistry. I first started teaching students as an after-school tutor at my high school and fell in love with teaching. In college, I worked as a part-time private tutor in various AP subjects, SAT, and ACT. I also volunteered as a mentor at Harvard, helping disadvantaged students with the college application process. I hold a straight-A record from both middle school and high school. Althoug... Read more


Agnes

Goal-oriented, student-centered English teacher and Med. Tech.

Ms Agnes One of my passions is to lead a learner to excel at his own pace. I put all I can to ensure a set goal is achieved by making my teaching student-centered. My teaching in a second language environment covered a period of over twenty years. I taught beginners at the elementary level, middle school and high school levels, and post-secondary students in after school programs. I was a popular choice of parents and students for extra English lessons in preparation for high school dip... Read more


Adams

UNC Grad Student: HS Math, Social Sciences, and SATs

I am a PhD student at UNC in Public Policy. My goal is to make learning fun. I'm a strong multidisciplinary thinker with experience writing professionally on economics, which requires excellent communication, critical thinking, and mathematics. I'm relatively new at tutoring, so please let me show you what I can do. I can tutor SAT math, high school math, history, economics, government, and writing. I'm a communicator who can break complex problems into manageable components, and will work ... Read more


Abby

Duke Ph.D. Available for English, Math, History Tutoring

I recently earned my Ph.D. in English from Duke University, where I have worked as an instructor and teaching assistant in courses ranging from composition to literature to film analysis to gender studies. I have also worked as an instructor for Duke Talent Identification Program (TIP), where I taught classes on creative writing, public speaking, and cultural analysis. I consistently receive feedback from students that they have extremely positive experiences in my classroom. In particular, s... Read more


Sian

Special Education/ADHD/Autism teacher

Most students enroll in a tutoring program because they are struggling to reach an academic goal, such as graduation, or because they are not achieving a goal set for them by a parent. With this mindset, tutoring comes from a negative place of underachievement and can seem like an onerous task that simply confirms that school and learning are dull, upsetting and unpleasant. My goal is to work with you so that you understand why you struggle, to teach strategies that reduce or eliminate this... Read more


Alix

Patient and Enthusiastic Educator in Durham - SAT, writing, math, etc

In 2014, I graduated magna cum laude from Williams College, a small liberal arts school located in the mountains of Massachusetts, and earned a B. A. in Biology and History. I worked as a peer tutor and T.A. at Williams, helping students struggling in Biology 101, Biology, 102, and Botany courses. Since graduation, I have continued to teach in a variety of capacities: first, as a field instructor for Teton Science Schools, educating middle schoolers about the geology, biology, and ecology of ... Read more


Alice

Experienced English, Writing and Art Teacher and Tutor

Hi there! A little background on me: I received my BFA (Bachelor of Fine Arts) degree from Moore College of Art and Design in Philadelphia, a city steeped in history and culture that I enjoyed to the fullest while I lived there. In addition to art courses, I studied history, sociology, literature, and creative writing. My father was a professor of Journalism at West Virginia University, and my mother was also a teacher and an artist, having received her BS in Art Education from Moore. The ... Read more


Adam

scientist who motivate Your Child to Learn

Ways to Motivate Your Child to Learn Inspire her thirst for knowledge inside -- and outside -- of school. If you want your child to be a stellar student, don't limit learning to the walls of his classroom. Although the skills she's learning there are crucial to her intellectual and social growth, your child needs your help to really "open up the world of ideas," according to child psychologist Robin Forman, PhD. His renewed joy in discovery will transfer to his schoolwork,... Read more


Allison

Read, Write, and Be Creative! Experienced Tutor/Teacher can Help!

You can teach a student a lesson for a day; but if you can teach him to learn by creating curiosity, he will continue the learning process as long as he lives. -- Clay P. Bedford As an educator, this quote sums up my teaching philosophy. I steadfastly believe that children will learn willingly and eagerly if a teacher or tutor works diligently to discover and foster that curiosity which can motivate any student to explore any academic area. I came to teaching late in my professional life, ... Read more


Aili

Experienced College Student Specializing in English/Education

I am a current Stokes Early College senior who plans on majoring in English/Literature and becoming a high school English teacher! I'm the oldest of three siblings, one of which was homeschooled for a few years, so I have hands-on experience with helping children learn. I also have spent most of my academic life tutoring my peers, editing papers, and helping with test prep. Going to an Early College, I feel that the biggest advantage was being allowed to use my creativity to better unders... Read more


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