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(13) Private Psychology Tutors offering lessons, class and homework help in Bellevue

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Moushumi

Patient, Knowledgeable and PhD Science, Statistics, and Math Tutor

I am a high ranking American R1 university graduate with a PhD in Sociology. However, in my high school and undergraduate, I took advanced level courses and taught various courses in Math and Science. The courses that I have taught, include Biology (K-12 level), Chemistry (K-12 level), Math (K-12 level), Sociology, Psychology, Social Psychology, Public Health, basic and advance Statistics. Additionally, I have taught courses in Math, specifically linear algebra, at K-12 level. I have experien... Read more

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Jennifer

Secondary English Language Arts

I received my Bachelor of Arts degree in English with a minor in Psychology from Albion College in 2011. I am certified to teach secondary grade levels, grades 6th-12th. I am in my sixth year of teaching English Language Arts at Harper Creek Middle School. I have experience teaching a sixth grade, seventh grade, eighth grade, freshman and junior ELA curriculum. I see myself as a lifelong learner and am excited to inspire that same passion in my students. I find special value in being able... Read more


Steph

Secondary Mathematics!

I am thrilled to introduce myself and to provide you with a brief background of my qualifications. I began my secondary education coursework at the University of Michigan School of Education in an effort to ultimately pursue my goal of becoming a mathematics teacher. I currently teach at the middle school level and am certified in grades 6-12 in both mathematics and psychology. I am pleased to share that, for me, grade school was one of the most memorable and engaging periods in my life as ... Read more


Meg

Elementary Tutor

I have tutored students from preschool through 11th grade in math, language arts, science, and social studies. Since graduating from Buena Vista University with my Elementary Education degree and Reading Endorsement, I have been working as a literacy and bus transfer paraeducator. This position has allowed me to utilize and develop my skills in reading instruction. I have worked alongside two Title 1 teachers on a daily basis, teaching K-4 small group reading and assessing students with infor... Read more


Miles

US History, Government, Economics, Counseling/Psychology topics

I have a master's degree in Counselor Education. In my degree, I've taken specific courses related to Autism. Much of working with students who are Autistic is helping to build behavioral supports, both self regulated and monitored by adults. These students often struggle with social situations- something that counselors excel at assisting with. I would be able to not only work with students who have autism, but also the families who love them. I have two years experience working in a special education classroom as a Paraprofessional working with children who had autism. Read more


Kim

Elementary and Secondary Education

I grew up with undiagnosed ADD. As a child I did so well with teachers who made learning fun and never boring, otherwise I was staring out the window or whistling in my own head always trying to entertain myself so I didn't get in trouble. By the time I made it to college (still undiagnosed) I had a very specific way of learning that I had created for myself along the way. The main problem was how to get good grades in subjects that I really wasn't interested in. So, I recreated my learning style, focusing on the ways that I most enjoyed learning. Your child's way may be even more differen Read more


Chelsie

Experienced Tutor Specializing in Social Sciences

Hello there! I am currently attending Michigan State University studying anthropology and human geography. After I graduate in May 2018, I will be attending graduate school in library and information sciences at Wayne State University. While in college, I have taken a variety of different courses covering many subjects, mostly within the social science discipline. I have a passion for learning and hope to encourage others to enjoy learning too. I understand that each student learns in a uniqu... Read more


Brandi

I can make learning fun!

I taught suicide prevention to middle and high school students for a year while I was in school getting my Bachelor's degree in Psychology. I am passionate about learning, no matter the subject and can make the most difficult topics interesting to learn about. I always received high regards for my writing in college. I have written proposals for past employers that have been implemented. School can become overwhelming, so please contact me when you need some help getting back on tra... Read more


Alexandra

Personal, Professional, and Passionate Tutor

Hello! Thanks for taking the time to visit my profile! I hope you'll find I'm a great fit for you or your student. Over the last eight years, I've been in classrooms, dorms, libraries, coffee shops, and homes, working with students to draw out their strengths and build up their academic confidence. I've enjoyed my time with each and every scholar, and the progress made by each one has made this position so richly rewarding! Please take a look at my subject qualifications and feel free to co... Read more


Kristi

U of M Grad, Loves to Teach

Hello, I am a biochemist currently taking a break from graduate school at Wayne State University School of Medicine. I graduated from Okemos High School with a GPA of 3.33. I then obtained my A.S. in Chemistry from Lansing Community College, followed by my B.S. in Biochemistry from the University of Michigan - Dearborn. I enjoy teaching very much and have experience tutoring students at all levels. I am able to tutor a variety of subjects, but my specialty is in math and science. My verbal ... Read more


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