VilmaTeaching is my greatest passion. I love being there when students experience their "aha" moments as they finally understand something they have been working towards for awhile. I was born and raised in the Honduras, where I earned my high school diploma. I didn't know English when I arrived in the US, but with hard work, I eventually became the first person to earn a college degree from my family. Specifically, I received my bachelor's degree in Education Psychology from Cambridge College. Then I went on to earn my master's degree in Education from the American International College. Now I am excited to continue tutoring students in a variety of subjects, including Spanish and English.
Cambridge College - Bachelors, Education Psychology
American International College - Masters, Education
SheraDawnI have worked with people for years, whether as a camp counselor, a C.I.T./L.L.T. director, a waterfront director, a resident assistant, or a lifeguard and swim instructor. Through all of my experience working with people, I've come to learn that everyone has their own way of working and learning. In my personal approach to tutoring, I believe that combining teaching techniques can lead to a greater understanding of academic topics. Understanding course materials is the most important part of learning. I, personally, have a bachelor's degree in early childhood education from SUNY College at Oswego, as well as a master's degree from the College of St. Rose in educational psychology.
SUNY College at Oswego - Bachelor of Science, Early Childhood Education
College of St Rose - Master of Science, Educational Psychology
Middle School Writing
Elementary School Math
Elementary School Science
SanjayI'm Sanjay, and I'm currently attending the University of Connecticut to earn my undergraduate mechanical engineering degree. I'm also pursuing a math minor. I'm easy to get along with and laid-back, and I encourage open communication with my students. I can help students with calculus, algebra, mechanical engineering, and other similar areas.
University of Connecticut - Current Undergrad Student, Mechanical Engineering