Brandeis University (French and math)
University of Washington (EdD)
Western Washington Univ. (Graduate Coursework)
As a dedicated and creative public school teacher of thirty-three years, a recently certified Washington state certified STARS trainer and a tutor for eight years at Shoreline Community College and privately with elementary students, I have successfully worked with students of diverse backgrounds and ages. I work to empower students to draw from their strengths and develop multiple strategies for acquiring skills and knowledge. I love that moment when a student has that 'aha' moment. As a fluent speaker of French and Russian, I have a broad cultural and literary background.
As a dedicated and creative public school teacher of thirty-three years, a recently certified Washington state certified STARS trainer and a tutor for eight years at Shoreline Community College and privately with elementary students, I have successfully worked with students of diverse backgrounds and ages. I work to empower students to draw from
Group rate is $45/hour
I contacted Barbara as I wanted to refresh and improve my french. She had helped me a lot in both aspects as she not only helped me to start talking again but also encouraged me to read and expanding my vocabulary. I have really enjoyed my classes as she made them interesting by bringing different materials we could talk about. She have had a lot of patience and I can see she is passionate about teaching the language which made the class more special. I would recommend anyone that is interested in learning or practicing their french to contact Barbara.
Barbara is an effective tutor, resourceful and productive, helping my student in her pre-writing, organization of her essays. She provides ideas and help while going over and editing essays for grammar , structure and clarity of expression.
Barbara helped me to better understand how to solve math problems in Geometry. She is a kind patient teacher who enjoys sharing her math talent with others who want to learn the discipline.
My kids were initially not looking forward to the lessons but quickly changed their minds after this lesson.
They liked the games and style of tutoring, though my daughter was not too keen on the writing part. :)
Barbara is a dedicated math tutor who is very dependable and positive. She uses a variety of resources to make math concepts more easily understood. I would recommend her to anyone who needs math tutoring.
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I have been tutoring Math from algebra, precalculus through calculus) at Shoreline Community College for 8 years and now I am at Edmonds Community College since Fall 2016 until this quarter. I also received a 3.7 in Calculus 2 just a year ago at the Community college and have taken Calculus 3 Fall 2016. I received a Fellowship in 2013 to develop math curriculum and write articles about it for Wellesley College for Afterschool Tutoring Programs. I enjoy helping students come to deeply grasp math concepts and learn to apply them in problems in school and real world circumstances.
I have tutored Algebra 2 at the community college level for 9 years. I also received a grant from Wellsley College for curriculum development in 2013 . I enjoy doing and teaching math and thus hope to make you both improve your skills, test scores and confidence to tackle math
As I was a college counselor for a third of my time as a 33 year high school teacher in a Seattle public alternative high school, I have much experience helping students select colleges, edit essays for application, prepare for the SAT, ACT exams, search out, and write scholarships. I also guided families in filling out FAFSA forms, and personally I wrote numerous college and scholarship recommendations.
As a current tutor in math at Shoreline Community College and also a certified Washington State STARS trainer from 2012-2015 with a specialty in math, I feel more than competent to tutor k-6th math. I also have been a recipient of NIOST Fellowship from Wellesley College this past year 2012-2013 with a focus on teaching math using Howard Gardner's famework of 8 intelligences. i also have extensively tutored privately elementary math students.
I have worked with K'5 grade students for 2 years at a King county Housing projec where I be came inspired to develop curriculum that would help engage these young students in math based on Harvard professor Howard Gardner's 8 intelligences. I received a Wellesley College Fellowship in 2013 to write on my research and then went on to be come a coach for Washington afterschool programs to help infuse their programs with fun math activities. I then became a Certified Washington State Math Specialist for Afterschool Programs for elementary students. I also returned to college to do more advanced math courses where I also tutor at the community colleges of Shoreline and Edmonds to help students improve their math skills. I have also for the past 8 years had private students that I tutor in math . ( ia ma retired Washington certified teacher and have worked in Seattle public schools in an alternative program for over 30 years.)
I have been studying flute since I was in high school with the first flutist of the New York City Ballet, Andrew Lolya and I have also studied in Paris at the Consevatoire de Musique. I won a first place in the New York State Music competition in high school for a chamber music ensemble i was in and have played in smaller chamber groups around Boston and Seattle since college.
Washington Certified French high school teacher, presently employed with Shoreline Community College where I offer French conversation. I also am presently the Seattle coordinator for a high school French student summer exchange program ORCA (Organisation des Sejours Linguistiques et culturels) which I have done since 2003.
I have taken the GRE and have helped my son prepare for this exam as he decided to go to journalism school at Columbia University just 2 years ago. I have also helped prepare many high school students to take the SAT tests and in particular the quantitative part.
I am also a dedicated and creative public school teacher of thirty-three years, a recently certified Washington state certified STARS trainer and a tutor for eight years at Shoreline Community College and privately with elementary students, I have successfully worked with students of diverse backgrounds and ages.
I have been a drama teacher for 33 years at a Seattle public high school. I have directed 33 productions over the course of 30 years of teaching. Of the 5 times that my students entered the English Speaking Union's Monologue and Sonnet Contest, two of my students won first place in 2002 and 2003 and one student won second place in 2004.
I have taught Russian for 33 years at the high school level, organized home stay exchanges, traveled to Russia and was the official translator for the 1992 Goodwill Games in Seattle. I have completed two years of accelerated Russian at the University level. Therefore I am capable of offering a solid introductory or conversational course.
As a tutor for the past 7 years, a counselor and teacher with Seattle public schools for 33 years, I have had much experience guiding students to organize and find appropriate study habits for academic success. I have also worked in after-school programs, helping with homework. I have also had 8 children who have gone on to college and graduate school to create effective study skills for academic success.