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Dr. Stollar is a pleasure to work with and my niece is grasping concepts in her algebra that have been eluding her after one session. Phenomenal tutor.
Kiran has a teaching technique that according to my 13 year old makes it easy to understand and he feels better prepared to take on Algebra with less frustration.
Moe was a great help with my college algebra course. He took the time to explain concepts I didn't fully comprehend, and covered basics with me after I found I needed to catch up in areas outside the course. Moe used different methods to explain concepts to me until I completely understood the material. He also showed me tricks and shortcuts to ensure that I succeeded on my exams. While math is not an area I am strong in, he made it much easier for me to learn. I felt like Moe genuinely cared about my success.
George Church was my tutor for college algebra when I was a freshman at ASU. Instead of just rehashing what was in the book he could always explain the material by using real world examples and stories. I highly recommend George to anyone needing a math tutor. I didn't just learn the algebra but he also taught me how to learn math on my own. Good luck, Andrea Soto-Innes
Audrey is a great math tutor. We needed her assistance with our son who is a sophomore that just wasn't getting what he needed in class due to size and limited time the teacher had to spend with each student. Within a few weeks we noticed his test and homework scores have improved from a 58 to 76 and now he's also getting all his homework correct and impressing not only his teacher but other students.
Helped me pass algebra! Now I get it.
We appreciate Mr. Gin. He explained Algebra well, and helped my student understand concepts clearly. He is very patient, kind, and encouraging. Thanks to him, my student was ready for College Algebra.
MoJoe was my tutor for A&P and I know that my A's would have been B's without his amazing tutoring and encouragement. Recently I took my daughter to MoJoe for Algebra tutoring ... suddenly she doesn't hate math! MoJoe has an amazing ability to teach AND to inspire. A rare combination, in my opinion.
I've taken about two months of introductory Spanish from Abigail, and would definitely recommend her to anyone looking to learn Spanish, both because it is clear that she knows Spanish language and culture from personal experience and also because it is clear that she knows how to teach language. She uses a wide range of teaching resources, including group games, jokes, Spanish songs, and out-of-class worksheets. In addition to immersing students in Spanish, she has taught formal grammar rules which explain the mechanics of Spanish. All of these teaching methods complement each other well. She does a good job of connecting with the people she is teaching, and is very accommodating to people with concerns or needs. During college, there were some classes in which I wished I could go on learning indefinitely; that will definitely be the case for me while taking the Spanish class Abigail is teaching right now.
Our son is in high school geometry and was getting a D. After the very first lesson he started getting all A's on his quizzes and exams. He even got 100% on one of his tests. Their unique approach and customization lessons tailored to my sons own learning level is what has made this very successful. Nothing cookie cutter about their programs. Highly recommended! D. Cohen
Mrs Leggett arrived on time and was pleasant to speak with about our grandson's need for a math tutor. During his lesson she explained math in a way that he understood. We are looking forward to working with Mrs. Leggett.
Sara helped my son get through algebra with diligence and the highest level of professionalism. She is reliable, thoughtful, and well worth the tutoring cost.
I'm a native Spanish speaker. I teach Spanish to native English speakers, mainly those native English speakers who don't understand and speak nothing in Spanish. I also teach math, from pre-algebra to calculus.
I offer French tutoring, from beginner to advance students. I also teach conversation or grammar lessons. I provide English to French translation services.
I'm a Phoenix based professional English to Russian (Russian to English) translator, Russian tutor and singer. Music, singing and languages are my main passions. I enjoy sharing my experience with people who have the same interests as me. My singing career started from attending art-aesthetic gymnasium in Russia where I took choir, sol-fa and musical literature classes. After experiencing singing in a choir, I started performing solo with European and American pop songs taking part in different Russian singing competitions. Singing is an art of opening yourself, your emotions, your soul for the music and lyrics of the song you sing. I can help you make your voice stronger, to feel the music, to get rid of the fear of performing and to learn how to energy others with your singing. I have a bachelor's degree in translation, and as a Russian native speaker, I can also give you Russian lessons, helping you to learn more about Russian culture, authentic traditions and people, as well as translate any kind of texts from Russian to English of from English to Russian.
Each lesson is tailored to fit the student. Music lessons consist of theory, classical training, and ear training. Art lessons are basic elements to advanced.
Hello there. My name is Krystal. I'm a very intelligent 20-year old currently looking to help anyone. I will help anyone in need with school work from Health, Biology, Chemistry, Psychology, Reading and Writing, mathematics from pre Algebra to pre Calculus, and Spelling. Any subject, doesn't have to be school work, either. If I don't mention something, then please email me and we can discuss what you're having difficulty with. ~Prices? Oh no~ Base rate? I'm not sure yet. But it'll always be negotiable. I can give you an estimation based upon travel and difficulty of the lesson. But trust me, I never will overprice you. There may be a very slight compensation for my transportation. I will go to you, it's no bother. I almost would like to say I prefer it, but it all depends. ~Why me?~ I believe it's quite beneficial to the student that I'm straight out of college because all the information is fresh in my head. It's just sitting there restlessly moving about. I'm also very animated when it comes to explaining a subject or just naturally talking to, so it tends to get the attention. I'm not full of abundance of experience but, I used to teach all those lessons mentioned above in groups of up to 15 and of course one-on-one. I was the superintendent's personal assistant at my high school. Mind you, I taught lectures and even maintained our schools standard of 90% or above score in every lecture. I am graduating with a 3.6 GPA and attendance of 93%. I am smarter than your average cookie. ~About me~ Don't worry! I'm not uptight. Actually quite the opposite. No need to worry about that either, for I know when it's time to buckle down and hit the books. ~Parents? After school service?~ If you're a parent seeking my type of services and you would like me to teach your grade school child, by all means! I absolutely adore children. No need to fret. I can also be a sitter while tutoring or just one or the other. ~Sadly. Faults~ As you already gathered I'm not a teacher with many many years of experience. I can still guarantee the same result at a cheaper price.
I have a master's degree in English, minor in French and have lived and traveled in Europe, West Africa, Yucatan Peninsula, Canada, South Korea, Hawaii, Caribbean, and all across the U.S. I've also had a long history of high school and community college teaching English and French.
I have over 8 years of teaching experience, from elementary to college level. I am also a Spanish native speaker, and I love teaching my language.
In middle school and high school, I did not connect with algorithmic mathematical sequences. As I went in to an associate's degree, then an undergraduate, and a master's degree, I took math classes as a requirement. When I applied for graduation with my master's in education, I realized I had taken so many math classes that I could list it as my focus. Primarily, I took them as my "fun classes". With my degree in education, I passed state boards and got my first teaching job in middle school math. My classes' scores increased every year that I taught in public school. However, I was missing out on my own children's infancy, so I switched my career path, and I took a more flexible job as a parent educator. In this job, I did home visitations and coached the primary caregiver to children from birth to five. I completed developmental assessments, assisted with resource needs, and advocated for the family when needed. My life process is more than a job. I live what I teach, and I teach what I live. Most recently, I began teaching for the local college a math GED preparation class to adult students. My greatest joy is seeing a student transform his/her math insecurity and ultimately become a learner with an intrinsic need to learn.
I'm from the french side (Neuchâtel) of Switzerland, and I'm studying here in ASU. I would like to teach French lessons for couple of hours a week.