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(13) Private French Tutors offering lessons, class and homework help in Canandaigua

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Ziriga

Knowledgeable College Biology Teacher and Tutor/Effective French Tutor

My academic training focused on aquatic biology and fisheries, and included graduate coursework in vertebrate physiology, ecology, and resource management. I completed an MS at Auburn University (AL, U.S.), another MS at the University of Quebec at Rimouski (Canada), and a Doctorate at the University of Abidjan-Côte d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast). I extensively worked in an academic setting for over 20 years, teaching aquatic biology and environmental science at the university level, mentoring undergraduate and graduate students, and conducting original research works. My love of teachin Read more

Teaches 2 subjects


Jenny

Global health professional with 7+ years experience

Bonjour and ciao to all -- I'm currently back in school at the University of Rochester to start a second career as a nurse, but in my first post-school life I worked as a teacher and communications officer in global health and education, always with a focus on Francophone countries including France, Senegal, and Mali, with various tutoring gigs along the way (primarily in English reading and writing). Nevertheless, language learning has always been my favorite thing to share -- I love finding... Read more

Teaches 5 subjects


Ed

Let Me Help You Succeed

Empathy with you, my student, is paramount. I make it clear from the beginning that I care for you, that I want you to master whatever we are studying together, that I will work hard to find and use your best paths to knowledge. A bit of subject-matter-related humour often helps. I have high expectations when I work as a tutor but I will never make my students suffer. I am an intellectually curious person; I play to whatever degree of intellectual curiosity I find in students. I aim to m... Read more


Toni

Toni, a tutor equally at home in Humanities and Sciences.

Not so long ago the goal of education was to shape the thinking of younger generations so that, with solid background knowledge, they could, in turn, add wisdom to the common store. Since reasoning, interpretative, and problem solving skills are needed across the spectrum, different disciplines were interwoven and 'classics' -that is, the common pool of knowledge that had proved valuable and fertile over time- highly respected and heavily studied. All that has changed, in a misguided effort ... Read more


Robert

Graduate Student History, French, and German Tutor

Since the age of ten I knew that I wanted to be a teacher. Each successive year along my educational journey only solidified that desire although my end goal shifted from teaching grades 7-12 to wishing to teach at the university level. I first tutored in high school in Chemistry at the request of my teacher who needed someone to help a student who had been out sick for an extended period of time. Although Chemistry was not my greatest passion, I enjoyed tutoring and helping someone learn. ... Read more


Sophia

Life Sciences and French Language Tutor

Hello there! I am a Biology graduate from Rochester Institute of Technology, having graduated in May of 2013. During my undergraduate stay at RIT, I committed many hours a week to tutoring and science education. This past summer, I served as a temporary civil servant for Cornell University through their extension of the New York Sea Grant Program. After committing to this educational & outreach position, I am looking to continue tutoring students in the fields of life science and environmenta... Read more

Teaches 3 subjects


Bruno

Photography Consultant (teacher, photographer, curator, historian

I starting being an instructor in photography in high school in order to to keep the camera club/darkroom going. I have never stopped. I have taught workshops internationally and in numerous American universities for over 30 years. I have co-founded two photo-galleries, and run a third one for two years. I was the editor of the international magazine "Afterimage" (Visual Studies Workshop) for two years, and a photo-journalist since 1985. I am also a certified professor in French and Englis... Read more

Teaches 3 subjects


Merrill

Creative and Interactive French Tutor

I am a creative and interactive French tutor. My specialty is French conversation. I have both studied and worked in France and am beginning to learn my fifth foreign language so I understand what it is like to be on the receiving end of lessons. I try to keep it fun because, well, why wouldn't you. I look forward to the possibility of working with you!... Read more

Teaches 1 subject


Katherine

Passionate tutor with lots of tips for standardized tests

Senior at SUNY Geneseo: Sociology and Music Performance major, experience in tutoring and teaching up through college level I specialize in teaching math, music, and French. I understand the stress and importance of standardized tests and I've worked hard to find every way to succeed at AP and Regents exams and the SATs (math score: 800, reading score: 760, writing score: 800). I've worked with students of all levels to learn concepts for class and to prepare for specific exams. I've also been playing French horn for 10 years, so do contact me if you're interested in lessons. Feel free Read more


Claire

Claire M.: Academic Writing, K-12 Core, ESL/ESOL, and much more!

I have had 3 years of training in Chinese language and 2 years of experience studying Chinese literature. I also worked as an independent consultant at Brighton High School for one year to kick-start their Chinese program. My class at Brighton consisted of about 20 students. I also traveled to China for three weeks several years ago with Nazareth College. Read more


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