I believe that tutoring helps students to create an interest in their learning. I build up self-confidence by motivating students to learn the concepts in which they have difficulty. Tutoring means a lot to me. When I am not teaching at school, I still help students to make them successful. It gives me a satisfaction that I achieve my goal through helping students in my free time too. I make the...
Story of one of my SAT student
Wow! Student’s score bumped up by 90 points in 5 weeks tutoring only!
I got very excited and thrilled when I saw one of my SAT students’ score got improved by 90 points only after 5 weeks of tutoring. That student’s score had been fluctuating between 1100 and 1130. Its parents requested me to tutor the student for the SAT test. We had only 5 weeks...
Story of one of my ACT students
Amazing! one of my Student’s ACT test score bumped up by 4 points in ACT test!
I tutored this student during summer and he got improved by 4 points in ACT test. Previously, student’s ACT score was 24. I tutored this student during summer time. During tutoring, Student and I (the tutor)-we both were consistent and committed to reach the goal. I tutored...
I have a small company and sometimes I get request for tutors. Is there a way to get tutors and be paid by my company.
At my sole discretion, I may elect to modify my standard, posted rates based on factors such as subject, class structure, online vs in-person, group rates, etc.
I may elect to offer specials and promotions. These may be targeted or general. Most are limited time offers and may be changed without notice at any time.
My standard, base rate may be increased at...
As one of our outstanding tutors was diligently tutoring one of her student’s last week, we will call him Drew; she asked him, “Which letter comes first, the C or the K?” Drew’s response was not what she expected to here….he said, “I can’t tell, they keep moving”.
This is a phenomenon is common among people with dyslexia, but Jess had not personally experienced this; no one in her family...
Frequently Asked Questions
What do you do to help make learning fun? This depends on the subject and the student's age. I have created Jeopardy games, given play money/candy as rewards for answering correctly, played board games (while studying), gathered books on subjects that interest the student, and much more.
Do you offer any guarantees? Yes, I am not satisfied...
Another semester down and a fairly successful one at that. I had a strong performance on the SAT bio by a student (This student plans to take it again to go for the 800. I'm excited to help her get it this time!), I met some great new students for Biochemistry, Genetics, Inorganic chemistry, and bioinformatics, substantially improved my library of AP physics materials...
1. Connect with your student in some personal way. You have to get their attention.
2. Once you have a connection, see if you can apply that to the subject.
3. Fun! For math and science, examples are best and in todays world, students need to interact. Make tutoring projects. Build something.
It is important that students can relate to the lesson in order to fully understand what they are learning. My 5 outside of the box tips are:
1. Use real world examples
2. Incorporate music or other personal interests
3. Have the student teach the lesson (after learning the lesson)
4. Teach or tutor outside of the textbook
5. Create exit slips (3-2-1 strategy: students...
My name is Vanessa and I am a Pharmaceutical Chemist/Chemistry Curriculum Illustrator and Animator. I would love to solve any homework questions you have while also explaining all the concepts you need to understand to successfully replicate what you've learned on a test or exam.
I absolutely love tutoring. From a few years of experience I have gained some knowledge on how to make tutoring a fun experience and not make students feel like they are attending a second school.
One of my main tips is to let the students set the atmosphere. They need to be comfortable in whatever environment to facilitate learning. If music helps them concentrate, or some kind of background...
Through our tendencies of human nature, we don't like to ask for help. We want the recognition, the glory and the credit to be given to only ourselves. Unfortunately, the thought that we can single-handedly do everything on our own is a huge misconception. The world has been built on a foundation of people working together to towards a common goal. The world needs individuals to work together...
I will be out on vacation from Octover 2nd to October 12th and will be unable to take tutoring appointments during that time
I am new to WyzAnt and I am excited to become a tutor! Let's work together and improve your knowledge and grades!!
My name is Shige, and I am a Japanese tutor from Japan.
I was born in Nagasaki, grew up in some cities southwestern Japan, and eventually came to the United States from Kansai region in 2006. Since then, I have been teaching Japanese in Los Angeles for over nine years and have had many students with wide ranges of ages and Japanese proficiency. I can teach...
So my experiment with the waiting list was a mixed success. I had some students remain interested when I contacted them as availability popped up later in the semester, but it was about 20% of the people. It was still a useful way to remain visible to students so I'm going to continue it.
I have room this Fall for another student or...
Understanding your child's / student(s)' learning styles is one of the most important factors in helping them reach success. At the end of the day, why else did we become parents or teachers but to watch the next generation learn? The problem is that we often assume that everyone learns and processes information the same as we do. If they don't, does that mean there is something...
Give as much information and be as detailed as possible about what you need help with. By supplying this specific information tutors are better equipped to immediately evaluate how their particular area of expertise matches with your particular area of need. Once you do pick a tutor they can immediately begin addressing the issues from the very first lesson. The subject and grade level often do...
Today I had my second lesson with a 14 year old who wants to learn how to do an eComerce website. It is SO much fun when they are interested. This kid was asking all the right questions.
At the same time, you have to remember that you still have to cover the basics no matter. I tried to skip ahead to a concept and we didn't have language enough for him to understand...