ZahavaI am currently studying interdisciplinary American studies at Scripps College, making me a tutor who can help students with a variety of academic classes. My teaching style depends on the needs of the student I am working with. If I'm working on elementary-level material, I try to incorporate the student's interests in my study sessions to make them more engaging. If I'm working with a middle school student or above, I review their current abilities and try to pinpoint where something is going awry so that I know exactly what I need to address. I have considerable experience working with children. I intern at a domestic violence shelter, where I tutor students ranging in age from 5-17. I also taught a Sunday School class of second and third graders and designed programs for summer campers between the ages of seven and nine. Finally, my work as a Youth Group Advisor entails helping high school students with their writing skills, college application essays, and SAT prep. My favorite subjects are English and AP Government, but I am willing to work on whatever a student needs help with. Give me a call today!
Scripps College - Current Undergrad Student, American Studies
Pu FangMy name is Amy, and I began tutoring as a junior high school student. I have worked with everyone from small children to students at the college level. I've seen many different learning styles during that time, and I can employ different learning techniques to help each student maximize their academic potential. In my free time, I enjoy outdoor activities and going to the gym.
Carnegie Career College - Bachelor of Science, Biology, General
Tufts University School of Medicine - Doctor of Medicine, Human Biology
Middle School Science
GeorgeI have over eight years of tutoring experience working with students aged from 5-55 on all academic subjects. I speak fluent Spanish and have even done translation work for the Peruvian Consulate, so I can help with any level of the language. I also have six years of experience working with special needs students, including those on the autistic spectrum, ADHD, and Dyslexia. I communicate with both students and parents to set viable academic goals and then create a learning environment where a student can be themselves, giving them the best possible chance to achieve them! I also lecture for The Global Center for Advanced Studies in Religion, Philosophy, Ethics, and Materialism, giving me more experience in a classroom setting. In my spare time, I enjoy hiking, rock-climbing, acting, writing, and extreme sports. I look forward to helping you or your child reach your academic potential!
California Baptist University - Bachelor in Arts, Theology
University of Staffordshire - Master of Arts, Sociology
High School Political Science