...I taught introductory physics courses at UConn and enjoyed seeing my students grow both in academics and critical thinking, validated through both testing and laboratory reports. The students always surprised me when I threw them curve-balls or problems that were seemingly just out of reach. As an educator, I recognize that the student must come first.
Scotch Plains, NJView Tutor
I am an American citizen who grew up overseas speaking English, Italian and French in the home. I was educated in Switzerland and England where I finished high school, following the English school system which puts a lot of emphasis on language and composition. Consequently I was accepted to the School of Languages and Linguistics at Georgetown University, Washington D.C.
Eatontown, NJView Tutor
...I eventually went to school to receive my Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Art: Photography. During my time as a student, I spent my time not only in class but out in the field working with professionals honing my skills. I learned skills in different fields ranging from architecture to high fashion.
Elizabeth, NJView Tutor
...I had, and I still have, a vision of promoting cultural awareness by breaking down the barriers to learning a new language. I had the opportunity to tutor French to some college students and I was intrigued by the progress that they made. I was also grateful to have played a role in helping these students fulfill a major course requirement.
Newark, NJView Tutor
...I lived with a French host family and attended French high school, where I became fluent in the language. I still maintain a relationship with this wonderful family and fly back to France to see them every few years. In high school, I spent 3 summers teaching 9-12 year olds French at Bard College's Summer Language Immersion program.
Montclair, NJView Tutor