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(318) Classics tutors for lessons, class and homework help

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Andrew

Need help in Social Studies, I'm your tutor!

I am a highly-skilled, well-versed social sciences educator. I have experience working with students from Kindergarten through college, and I know how to help your child achieve academic success. Whether it is preparing for an OAA or OGT exam, getting that extra boost to help their social studies grade, or adding that final bit of study for a college final, I am the social studies tutor you want. I have been a highly-rated college teaching assistant, a successful student and substitute tea... Read more


Batya

Clear & Student-Centered

I have been teaching in various capacities for over 10 years, including internationally. Through living abroad and learning various languages (a polyglot!), I enjoy working in the one on one format where I can provide individualized support. My M.A. is from St. John's College in Eastern Classics, and my double B.A. is from Vassar College, in Chinese and Anthropology. I teach all ages, and many subjects, with a focus in Mandarin, Spanish, Hebrew, English, History, and Social Sciences. I expla... Read more


Lisa

Passion for Literature, Composition, Test Prep, College Applications

Why tutor? I am an Adjunct Professor of English and professional tutor with a passion for teaching literature, composition, and reading. Assisting students with college applications is also my specialty. I have many different approaches for all types of learners--auditory, visual, and tactile--to achieve success, including differentiated instruction for students with learning disabilities. Regardless of the individual's needs, I continually provide each client with formative feedback and to... Read more


Mary

Mary - Teacher/Tutor

Having spent twenty years with little more than words and some ingenuity to influence judges and juries that my cause was correct, I have come to appreciate the punch of the English language and the importance of word choice and diction. While working my way through college, I took a job in a supermarket as a cashier to pay off a phone bill that I was too embarrassed (and too eager to prove my independence) to bring to my parents. Just as cream rises to the top, so too do responsible employ... Read more


Heidi

Creative Tutor for All Students and Learning Styles

I have been tutoring students aged 2 to 70 for the past fifteen years. I specialize in working with students who have a diagnosis of ADD, ADHD, Asperger's, Autism, Bipolar Disorder and Depression. As both a tutor and a classroom teacher, I developed an understanding of individual learning styles and all sessions are geared to the student's immediate and long term needs. I have prepared students for the ACT, SAT, GRE, TOEFL, SSAT, ASVAB, and national AP exams. During the 2011-2012 school ... Read more


Danielle

English, Reading, Vocabulary

I'm currently an undergraduate student studying Political Science. I have had extensive training writing research papers, argument papers, and the like. I work most often with children in elementary or middle school grade levels, but I am willing to work with all ages! I have been tutoring for about five years now, all throughout high school and into college. I'm very comfortable with editing papers, making corrections, and helping you brainstorm some amazing ideas! I can help with reading... Read more


John

Loving to Learn, Living to Teach!

Hey! My name is John, I'm a graduate of St. John's College in Santa Fe, New Mexico and, most recently, Zaytuna College in Berkeley, California. I love learning and teaching! My history with education has been mixed. Before the third grade, I was not able to read due to an undiagnosed eye problem. Luckily, I was seen by a school psychiatrist that noticed my difficulty with, "words flying off the pages," so that by the end of the third grade, after many hours of after-school tutoring, I ... Read more


Tamir

Professor of Political Science

I am a college professor of political science. I have been teaching at the college level for eleven years now. I teach American Government, Comparative Government, International Relations, and Politics of the Middle East courses. I love teaching and tutoring, because I love learning. I hope the enthusiasm that I bring to every tutoring session will help students enjoy the learning process. As a committed lifelong learner, teaching and tutoring give me the opportunity to continue to learn an... Read more


Eden

Student success is my first priority

I have been a middle school teacher for the previous four years. Subjects taught include science, social studies, reading, mathematics, and writing. I began my career teaching the English language to children overseas in the Republic of Korea, better known as South Korea. When I returned to Arizona, I was lucky to find that my passion for educating would have an outlet at an K-8 school in Central Phoenix. As I have continued to improve my practice of teaching, I have also deepened my love... Read more


Cathryn

English, Writing, History, and Care and Feeding of Apple products

I graduated from Earlham College in 2010 with a degree in Classical Language and Literature, later going on to become an Indiana-state certified teacher in Social Studies and English. I also have state certification to work as a pharmacy technician (which I am also willing to tutor for!) I believe firmly in a holistic approach to learning and education, whether it's in the classroom or as an extra hour after school. History isn't just about the dates, it's about what got us to where we are... Read more


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