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About Orland Florida Tutoring
Orlando is the fourth largest city in Florida, and is the county seat of Orange County. Orlando's nickname is "The City Beautiful", and is also known as "The Theme Park Capital of the World" due to its large number of tourist attractions that draw in more than 62 millions visitors every year. Orlando is classifies as a "Gamma" level world-city, and a 2009 Pew Research Center study ranked it as the fourth most popular city where people want to live. Orlando experienced a huge population boom in the 1980s, and now is home to over 2.3 million people.
The majority of the 39 secondary institutions in Orlando are managed by the Orange County School District, and the most well known high school in the city may be Timber Creek High. This school has received a silver medal from US News for its excellent academic performance.
Orlando has a number of respected and outstanding colleges and universities, and they all have their own advantages and perks. Some of these great schools include the University of Central Florida, Valencia College, Adventist University of Health Sciences, and Everest University. With private test prep instruction via in-home or online tutoring in Orlando, FL, you can potentially improve the chances of getting into these top schools. Your goals are within reach, and you could become more confident in that by receiving tutoring in Orlando, FL.
The tourism industry in Orlando is huge, which means that there are a huge variety of places and attractions to check out. One extremely popular and recent addition to this city is The Wizarding World of Harry Potter. This enchanting place is dedicated to immersing its visitors in the world of the tremendously successful book series and movie franchise, and is a part of the larger Universal Orlando Resort. Discovery Cove is also worth paying a visit, and here you can swim with dolphins, walk on the ocean floor, feed tropical birds, and more. The Harry P. Leu Gardens are a nice place to explore if you'd like to get away from the hustle and bustle of huge theme parks for a while, and you're sure to enjoy your time marveling at the 50-acres of flora in this wonderful space.
Looking to advance your education through private tutoring in Orlando? You may enjoy receiving instruction, either in-home or online, for your class or for test prep. If you are falling behind, online tutoring in Orlando is one way to potentially get caught up in your classes or test prep.
QuinitaI earned my undergraduate degree in biology from General Savannah State University. Upon graduation I had the opportunity to work for the CDC as a research division with a focus on influenza. I began teaching high school science courses in 2009 in Atlanta, and I recently returned to school to become a registered nurse. I believe my real world experience in the fields of science and education have given me invaluable resources to help those students I work with. Some of the courses I tutor include high school and college level biology, microbiology, life sciences, ecology, science, middle school math, and algebra 1. As a teacher I quickly discovered just how different the learning process is for students. Some students learn better by listening to the information while others need to read it or interact with it in a physical way before they are able to assimilate the information and gain true mastery of the concepts. I believe it is important to discover the learning method prior to making any learning plans for a student so that those plans are designed specifically for the students academic needs and learning style. For that reason, no two tutoring sessions are ever the same.
Savannah State University - Bachelors, Biology, General
University of Phoenix - Current Grad Student, Secondary Education
MichelleI earned my undergraduate degree in communicative sciences and my graduate degree in elementary education. I am an experienced elementary school teacher, but I have received a reading endorsement that allows me to teach reading to all grade levels. I additionally have a great deal of experience working with students who have varying levels of hearing loss. I currently tutor elementary math, reading, and English for all grade levels. I additionally work with students who are preparing for a variety of standardized exams, including the ISEE, SSAT, and MAP. I am passionate about working with students to help them develop an innate love of learning and reading. Part of this involves getting to know the student and discovering their unique learning style. Many students don't realize that they may have a different learning style that needs different types of academic input to make learning more accessible. Tutoring gives an educator ample time to discover this for each student, which is one of the many reasons I so enjoy being a tutor. It also gives each student the time and attention they need to bring their skills up to grade level so they can thrive in a classroom setting. I enjoy helping students on this journey and watching as their confidence in themselves begins to soar.
University of Central Florida - Bachelors, Communcative Sciences and Disorders
University of Central Florida - Masters, Elementary Education
JenniferI became fluent in Spanish as an exchange student. I spent a year in Ecuador before heading to college. I attended Davidson College, where I had the opportunity to serve as a teaching assistant for the Spanish department on campus. In that role, I worked with undergraduate students to help them with Spanish language learning as well is in their studies of Latin American culture. As a college junior, I also had the opportunity to study abroad in Spain, helping me develop an appreciation for the origins of the Spanish language. I have experience working as an interpreter between Spanish and English. I'm looking forward to share what I know with others to help them become successful Spanish-language speakers. When I have free time, I enjoy running, swimming, painting, writing, riding my bike, drinking coffee, and ceramics.
Davidson College - Bachelors, Religion
Rollins College Hamilton Holt School - Masters, Liberal Studies
AP Spanish Literature and Culture