SamanthaMy name is Sami, and I teach anatomy and biology at the high school level. I went to the University of Dayton to earn my undergraduate biology degree, and then I continued at the same school to earn my graduate degree in education. Students enjoy working with me because I relate topics that we study to the real world, which makes complex ideas easier to visualize and understand.
University of Dayton - Bachelor of Science, Biology, General
University of Dayton - Masters in Education, Science Teacher Education
High School Biology
Middle School Science
JessicaI have three college degrees including an associate's degree in general studies, a bachelor's degree in French and international studies, and a master's degree in French as well. During my studies, I was given the opportunity to study abroad in Paris, France where I earned a certificate and a degree. I started teaching French when I was a graduate student at Bowling Green State University. During this time, I taught a French culture class for a full school year. I want each student to gain a deeper acceptance and understanding of other cultures. I can tutor students in and near the Streetsboro area. When I am not tutoring, I enjoy crafting, journaling, and traveling.
Baldwin-Wallace College - Bachelor in Arts, French & International Studies
Bowling Green State University-Main Campus - Master of Arts, French
JayI went to Ohio State University and graduated with a bachelor's degree in microbiology. I realized I love teaching as a middle school student, when I served in the community theater as a teacher's aide. I continued doing this throughout high school, but I also started tutoring students in algebra and geometry. As a college student, I was able to volunteer for the local literacy council and worked with adults to help them develop English skills in reading and writing. I also worked as an undergraduate research assistant, and I had the opportunity to train others in that role. After I graduated, I was a library tutor for a homework help center. I was able to work with many different K - 12 students at all levels of ability in a wide array of subjects, and I learned how to teach to each individual's learning style. I currently work for Case Western Reserve University as an image analyst. My favorite subjects to tutor are math and science topics. I like these subjects because they are visible everywhere in the real world and they are kind of like logical games. I encourage open communication with my students so that we can see our progress. When I have free time, I like to cook, play role-playing games with my friends, and hang out with my fiance.
The Ohio State University - Bachelors, Microbiology