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NadavI have witnessed firsthand the positive effects teachers can have in helping students become successful, and that inspired me to get into education. I worked in different positions for several years before I realized how much I wanted to teach. I'm lucky to be a patient person, and it really helps with teaching. Students need to be able to work at their own pace whenever possible. When I work with students in tutoring, I focus on their needs and present information in ways that are relevant to the student. I pledge my devotion to the success of my students, and I will do whatever I need to do to help students learn. I can tutor students in algebra, elementary and middle school math topics, Mandarin Chinese, Hebrew, Spanish, writing, social studies, history, English, government, anthropology, and ESL. I can also help students develop test taking and study skills as we prepare for AP exams, the GRE, the SAT, the OLSAT, or other standardized admissions and assessment exams. When I have free time, I like to go the gym and play basketball.
Brown University - Bachelor in Arts, International Relations
Tel-Aviv University - Master of Arts, Diplomacy
MarinaI went to UCLA to earn my bachelor's degree in women's studies. My focus was public health. After I graduated, I had the opportunity to tutor English in Guatemala. I believe education is very important aspect in helping people improve their lives, and I always remind my students of this. When I have free time, I like to run, ride my bike, and play soccer. I'm looking forward to helping students with elementary and middle school math, English, trigonometry, Spanish, anthropology, reading, writing, geometry, and test preparation for the ACT and other exams.
University of California-Los Angeles - Bachelor in Arts, Women's Studies
State Certified Teacher
High School English
HeleneI've been tutoring and teaching for the past nine years. I spent the first years tutoring mostly math topics, and I started teaching French part-time at a language academy. For the past five years, I've been tutoring students in a wide range of topics. I grew up in Berlin, but I'm French-American. I attended Mills College to earn my bachelor's degree in anthropology and sociology. I always liked meeting students and getting to know them. I think I learn as much for my students as they learn for me. Every student has their own unique skill set, I enjoy the challenge of figuring these out and leveraging them for the student's success. In fact, I believe this is the key to the success of the students that I have worked with. If I can understand the student's strengths, then I know what to build on to help them become self-sufficient and self-motivated learners. Tutoring is challenging, but it's also very rewarding. My tutoring specialties are French and math, but I also enjoy writing and literature, and I'm a fluent German speaker. I've done a lot of informal editing for my friends. In my free time, I enjoy writing, reading, watching movies, skiing, and traveling. I also like conversations with friends, reading, and being outside in nice weather. I'm looking forward to helping students in whatever way I can to achieve success.
Mills College - Bachelor in Arts, Sociology/Anthropology