"International & Intercultural PhD, Academic Writing, EFL Speaking"
Study skills should be tailor fit to the student's learning preferences, competing priorities (job, family), assessment of current study behavior, time management, and intrinsic and extrinsic motivations.
Once a profile of the student's daily schedule are addressed, a ratio of class time to study/homework time can be established.
After that, pinpointing the appropriate and available environment for student study is determined, based on a discussion with the student about the difference between "learning" and "acquisition".
The degree of difficulty for the student and the subjects will also ... More
"Tutor of English, English as a 2nd language, U.S. History, & Japanese"
At the University of Massachusetts Amherst I majored in History and Social Thought & Political Economy. At Teachers College Columbia University I earned my M.A. in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages. I took Japanese classes at Harvard University and Okayama Japanese Center and passed the Japanese Language Proficiency Exam, level 2. I have experience teaching and tutoring ESL all ages, all skill levels. I have experience teaching and tutoring English, U.S. history, and beginning a... ... More
"Tony, the Wiz in Phyiscs, Astronomy, Mathematics"
My name is Tony,
I have a Bachelors degree in Physics from the University of Washington, and spent the last year studying in Germany at Justus Liebig UniversitÃ¤t as part of our Physics department competitive exchange program. I am an expert in Physics, Mathematics and Astronomy, and love to teach others.
My history of tutoring is short but a skill I am continuing to master each month. My experience is currently limited to volunteering at Garfield High School in Seattle, friends, and fellow ... ... More
"Learn coding and computer science from a Seasoned Pro"
Specialties and Recent accomplishments:
Areas of recent focus as tutor and consultant: Coding in Python, Java, and other high level languages; computer science algorithms; discrete math applications for computer science; project management.
Python: Since beginning my work on Wyzant tutoring, I have helped an astrophysics student develop a Python program to track and plot the orbits of binary stars as well as orbits of planets in our solar system. More recently I upgraded that program t... ... More
"Kind, Patient, Knowledgeable Graphic Designer / Creative Illustrator"
I am an accomplished, highly creative graphic designer with exceptional skills in illustration and added experience as a design business owner. I am current with latest design and social trends, having the ability to work in any style. I have a fine arts background with the ability to teach representational drawing and painting.
I am experienced as a tutor in digital design, illustration, and as an adult literacy tutor. I'm patient, thorough, kind, and perceptive.... ... More
"Washington State certified math teacher with excellent writing skills."
I have a B.S. in Oceanography from Humboldt State University (minor in Visual Arts) and a Master of Arts in Teaching from the University of Alaska Southeast. I earned honors from the HSU English department for a perfectly scored writing portfolio. I tutored Calculus at the UAS student learning center while I earned my MAT. I've taught in elementary, middle, and high schools over the years and I've also been a para-educator for children with special needs. I look forward to working with you on... ... More
"Passionate writing mentor & tutor"
Hello! My name is Jacqueline. I love writing and mentoring other writers. I am a recent journalism graduate of Western Washington University and am currently a freelance writer in Bellingham looking for a part-time tutoring job.
For one year, I mentored a group of 10 writers for WWU's student-run Klipsun Magazine, providing feedback on grammar, sentence structure, story and narrative style. I am passionate about helping students of all levels express ideas through clear and concise writin... ... More
"Caring, Experienced Tutor and Teacher"
I have three years of private tutoring experience, and six years of elementary teaching experience. I have tutored pre-school through grade 9, in Math, Reading, Writing, Spelling, Handwriting, and Science.
My experience as a classroom teacher strengthens my ability to meet the academic and emotional needs of the students that I tutor. I assess students at the first session in order to establish clear learning goals. After a learning goal is met, new goals are made and worked on. I love ... ... More
I am a Computer Science and Applied Mathematics double major who can help with both subjects including Spanish as well. I worked at the tutoring center in my community college for three years. During that time I was trained in different learning styles and ways to teach my subjects in a more efficient way.
I have a great amount of experience in Mathematics since I've been taking many math classes for a few years. Also, as I mentioned before, I have been a tutor for three years and I love h... ... More
"English or Music Tutor Available in your area"
Hello! My name is Deborah, but friends and students call me Miss Deb. I am semi-retired and enjoying a traveling adventure that I journal about daily. I sang for my supper for many years. Music and language are both passions of mine and I utilize solid methods of drawing out the best work from my students. I will be available for tutoring in your home during the summer months. With extensive experience teaching all levels of ability in the 10 yr. to 18 yr. age range, I look forward to h... ... More
"Dr. Maraizu Ukaegbu (Chemistry)"
My passion for teaching comes from my love to help students to learn and improve their ability to solve chemical problems. I have a PhD in chemistry and have been teaching chemistry in the classroom and one on one private setting for almost a decade. I am a teaching assistant in the department of chemistry at Howard University, Washington, DC. My areas of specialization are general chemistry and analytical chemistry. I teach general and organic chemistry with passion.
I first assess the curr... ... More
"Education Professional Tutor"
I am a former Elementary School Teacher and Professional Coach. I also have expertise in Photography (published in Alaska Air Magazine and Seattle Times), and Photoshop.
For the past 20 years, I have been involved in the education, mentoring, and development of young minds, both in teaching and coaching swimming. I spent much of my time using teaching strategies to motivate, encourage, inspire, and cultivate positive self-esteem and belief.
I bring a life-long passion of working with... ... More
"Japanese and ESL Tutor"
My name is Chuck and I have been preparing to be a teacher for Japanese and ESL. I have been tutoring Japanese in Bellingham since the summer of 2016. As far as teaching English to speakers of other languages, my experience began back in 2002.
I love the tutoring experience because lessons can be highly personalized to what a learner needs. I enjoy the challenge it offers in making sure I am adaptable to the needs of the individual. I understand that not everyone learns in ... ... More
"ESL and Japanese Tutor"
My name is Hannah, and I am a Japanese and ESL/EFL tutor.
I have eight years experience working as an EFL teacher for students of all ages, both in the classroom and online. I have a BA in Speech Communication and am TEFL certified.
I also lived in rural Japan for four years, and during that time, I learned Japanese. I am now proficient in speaking and listening, and I am a capable reader and writer. I have passed level 3 (out of 5) of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test, and I am taki... ... More
"Elementary Educator, Professional Photographer and Filmmaker"
My love of teaching comes from a lifelong love of learning, an appreciation I hope to share with my students. As a former elementary school educator and Scuba instructor, I understand that everyone has a different way of connecting to the material, and I specialize in facilitating ways to make the necessary connections for success.
I earned a California Teaching Credential for elementary education in 2003, a diploma in video production in 2007, and have been a professional photographer sin... ... More
"Kate D, BA, MFA"
Working with students to improve their writing and reading skills is a passion of mine because I have seen the positive snowball effect of improving these skills. Critical inquiry, understanding rhetorical strategies, research, and generating and expressing unique ideas are important across subject areas. Learning to be a stronger writer will make you a stronger student and employee overall!
My experience teaching college level English Composition and Creative Writing, combined with yea... ... More
We are working on reading and writing kanji, and working to have me be able to teach climbing lessons in Japanese. He has been helping me contextualize the Japanese I already know with in the grammatical and cultural contexts of the language.
Justin M. from Bellingham, WA
"Experienced Japanese Tutor"
I have a BA in Japanese from Brigham Young University. I have lived in Japan on two separate occasions, first for two years, then, after finishing my degree, for five years. My entire professional career has involved Japan and the Japanese language. I taught Japanese classes at BYU for three years while finishing my BA and throughout my graduate school studies. I love the language and culture of Japan and have the teaching experience to help you learn the rules and understand how to commu... ... More
Hi there. My name is Sarah and I am here to get the summer started off right! Lets get ready for some reading to keep the kids busy this summer. I am great with kids, young adults, and special needs children. I love the outdoors, arts and crafts and reading. Don't let the kids get behind....Lets read! I am very responsible, have transportation and am CPR and First Aid Certified, Also have my STARS Certification for those who need extra help. Thanks, cant wait to meet with you, Sarah... ... More
"Ph.D. in Multi-Disciplinary Studies"
My teaching philosophy is somewhat eclectic and resists a neat philosophical classification. What I will attempt to do is to identify some themes which emerge from my teaching and let others determine whether these themes constitute any coherent pattern.
At the outset, I would state that teachers impart more by way of example than precept, and that students are very perceptive in recognizing when a teacher does not practice what (s)he preaches. There are several values that I try to teach ... ... More
My son is a learning disabled young adult who has dreams and aspirations that he will not give up on. Before, during, and after starting sessions with my son, Ryan did his research on the particular disability and on my son's career choice. Ryan works patiently with him and helps him understand concepts and reading and offers suggestions that my son can do on his own time. My son has had a couple of tutors when he was in school but he always felt they weren't there to actually help explain difficult educational areas and he felt he was treated as though different and at times stupid. Ryan tutors with respect and continues to come up with new ideas and concepts to help my son break those barriers that have escaped him understanding things in the past. I find Ryan very conscientious, diligent, resourceful, timely with lessons and feedback. Ryan is an excellent role model and I would recommend him whole-heartedly.
Linda S. from Bellingham, WA
"Tutoring & Teaching Experience (12 yrs.) - Math, Physics, Reading"
In addition to my Learning Disability research focus on Dyslexia at Western Washington University, I have extensive experience working with students with ADHD. The reason I have acquired this knowledge and experience is because ADHD is highly co-morbid with Reading Disability (dyslexia), and other language disabilities. In fact, children with language disabilities are often misdiagnosed with ADHD as a root disability, when it is secondary to their language disability. ... More
"Ivy League Trained Classicist"
I graduated summa cum laude / Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Pennsylvania with a BA in Classical Languages & Literature (Greek, Latin, and Hebrew) and an MA in the "Great Books" from St. John's College in Annapolis.
If you want to learn a language from scratch, prepare for a Bar Mitzvah, or do better in class, I would love to help. In addition to language tutoring, I can help with paper writing and college admissions. I have experience tutoring students in ancient Greek, including stu... ... More
"Quality Tutoring with an Experienced Teacher: K-8 Private Tutoring"
Teaching is my gift and my calling. I've known I wanted to be a teacher since I was in 2nd grade. After graduating with my Bachelor's Degree in K-8 Education, I was hired right away by the Bellingham School District to teach 3rd and 4th grade. After two years of this, I returned to school to get my Master's of Education with an emphasis in Reading and Literacy, which I completed in 2007. Throughout my seven years of classroom teaching, I did private tutoring as well. After havi... ... More
"Attentive tutor for kids, and a few subjects for everybody else"
I have used the TERC Explorations Curriculum and Singapore Math, as well as creating my own math activities to meet student needs. ... More
Joan is very patient and my daughter has loved the time spent with her and her encouragement is paying dividends.
Brad H. from Bellingham, WA
"Joan - Math, Spanish, French, and English Tutor"
I have been operating a full-time tutoring service in this region for the last 7 years, and have worked with both high school and college students, not only in their chosen fields, but in study skills and exam prep as well. I have trained in study skills at the local community college and have also studied multiple intelligences techniques(NLP) and self-talk improvement techniques. ... More