...In addition, I can be a valuable resource for understanding English vocabulary and grammar and for preparing for many standardized tests, such as the SAT, ACT, and GRE. As a university professor, I have come to treasure the power of one-on-one student interaction. It offers the flexibility to personalize meetings and lessons for each individual student's strengths and weaknesses.
Providence, RIView Tutor
...I have been teaching for ten years at a Japanese School. I also worked as a reporter for ten years at a major Japanese newspaper. My goal is to teach not only the Japanese language, but also Japanese culture and customs.I studied Japanese literature and its history at Japanese University.
Norton, MAView Tutor
...My approach to teaching is understanding that each student has his/her own learning style. In a small group or one-on-one situation I am able to meet the child's own needs, gearing lessons particularly for him or her. This is a luxury that I did not have as a classroom teacher.
Raynham, MAView Tutor
...I started teaching English in the Czech Republic in 2005. Upon my return, I continued to teach and tutor at various institutions in the Massachusetts area. I have a wide experience with nationalities from all over the word, helping them with reading, listening, speaking, and writing skills, as well as preparing them for the TOEFL.
Woonsocket, RIView Tutor
...My focus has always been on improving individual skills based on spelling patterns in the English language. I have found the spelling curriculum "Words Their Way" a helpful guide to focus attention to specific needs of each child. I have taught mathematics to children in the 3rd, 4th , 5th, and 6th grade during my fourteen-year career as an elementary school teacher.
East Falmouth, MAView Tutor