SierraHi, my name is Sierra. I'm a tutor who has a bachelor's degree in special education from Illinois State University. I also have a master's degree in educational administration from Governors State University. I love working as an educator because it gives me a chance to help new generations develop the skills and abilities they'll need to find success later in life. As a private tutor, I can help you with topics like elementary math, English, reading comprehension, phonics, and special education, amongst other things. Reach out to me if your child could use some extra help with one of the topics I specialize in. I'd love to work with them.
Illinois State University - Bachelor of Science, Special Education
Governors State University - Master of Arts, Educational Administration
Middle School Math
MeganMy name is Megan, and I've 12 years of experience teaching at the first grade and kindergarten levels. I've also spent the last 12 years tutoring small groups and individually. Through this experience, I've been able to help students with beginning math, phonics, and reading. I have many techniques I can utilize to help your child be successful.
Illinois State University - Bachelor of Science, Early Childhood Education
Concordia University-Chicago - Master of Arts Teaching, Educational Administration
Elementary School Reading
ChiragI have been a tutor for over three years, and I started tutoring when I was in high school. I was also a part of the school literacy lab as well. My experience includes tutoring math for a year. My tutoring style is relatively simple; I ask my students where they are struggling and why. Once I know the answers, I can walk my students through the problems. I earned a bachelor's degree in Spanish from the University of Illinois at Chicago. I tutor in many subjects including trigonometry, test prep, algebra, geometry, and more. In my spare time, I like traveling, learning, and reading. I look forward to meeting and working with you.
University of Illinois at Chicago - Bachelor in Arts, Spanish