Asbury University (Psyschology, Equine)
I began tutoring in high school. I worked with two middle school students in an entry level Spanish class.
While in college, I worked as a tutor through Asbury University's learning services. I tutored peers in a wide range of subjects: entry level math, basic English/writing classes, Spanish 100-300 level classes, various psychology classes, equine conformation, and general study/time management skills.
I enjoy explaining material in a variety of ways until my students understand. I patiently provide practice questions, examples, and explanations. I structure my sessions by progressively providing less support as my students gain confidence and learn the material. I like to end on a positive note, with the student feeling confident in their skills. I gradually challenge the student. I provide them with reasonable, achievable goals, and I take the students current position and motivation into account. I like to get to my students so I can understand what motivates them for success.
I was in Advanced Placement English classes in high school. I did well on my exams, and I was not required to take any general education English classes in college. As a psychology major, I have maintained my writing skills.
I have tutored students in a wide variety of subjects. I can look at the information, summarize it, explain it, and ask practice questions. I have tutored students in study skills and time management skills.
I have worked with individuals with special needs since middle school. Both of my siblings have special needs. I am compassionate and empathetic. I view each student as unique, and I recognize that each day will be different. I am flexible to change what we do based on the current needs. I mold lessons to utilize an individual's strengths. For example, if someone is very active, we can go outside and integrate the information with an outdoor activity.
Please contact me if you are interested in learning in an encouraging, professional, and unique atmosphere. I began tutoring in high school. I worked with two middle school students in an entry level Spanish class.
While in college, I worked as a tutor through Asbury University's learning services. I tutored peers in a wide range of subjects: entry level math, basic English/writing classes, Spanish 100-300 level classes, various psychology
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AP English student in high school - AP credits allowed me to take no general education English courses in college.
I was a psychology major. I maintained my reading and writing skills in order to successfully complete my undergraduate degree.
I have tutored students in writing and English in the past.