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About Allison M.

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Indian Trail, NC
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I am fun and loves teaching and doing everything with a smile and creativity. Currently I’m enjoying my new role as being a stay at home mom.

I have a degree in education from Bob Jones University. And have taught in the school system since 2006.

I have played the piano since I was 5 years old and have been teaching since 2009.
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Allison M.

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About Andrew F.

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San Antonio, TX
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*In order to avoid an awkward schedule, I have limited my availability to a few evenings during the week. However, I am open to working another time that may work best for you.*

I have experience working with people individually and in groups, as an undergrad Psychology intern, a cognitive skills trainer, a counseling student, an adjunct instructor and an academic coach. As an undergrad intern, I worked with elementary school children as a tutor and a mentor. As a counseling student, I have worked with various populations, from grade school students (grades 4-8; making healthier choices) to adults (stress, anxiety, career decisions, bereavement, etc.) to older adults in hospice care. I have facilitated psycho-educational groups with individuals suffering from a mental illness as well. Lastly, I worked with college students at a local u
niversity as an academic coach. In this role, I helped students process concerns and create goals regarding developing time management skills, coping strategies for anxiety, study skills, information processing and motivation. These experiences have helped me gain a continually growing understanding of facilitating the learning process with individuals and with groups.

I teach student development classes (critical thinking, motivation theory, study strategies, time management, stress management, etc.) at a local community college, I teach an upper-level educational psychology course (views of learning, motivation, the memory process, memory strategies, critical issues in education, etc.) at a local university, and I work as an academic coach at another local university.

As the information above may suggest, I hold education to such a high, passionate regard. It is what promotes a healthy, well-informed society. As an auto-didactic learner, I believe that everyone has the ability to learn anything one desires. It is a matter of how one approaches it. Therefore, my approach is one that is peculiar to each of the individuals I work with.

I present concepts with the idea that the combination of experience, discourse, and meaning-making is the key to learning. This aside from my teaching tools based on the views of learning. With an aversion towards cookie-cutter approaches, I maintain an open mind to my invariably evolving approach of sharing knowledge and insight with others. This comes with my continual seeking of growth in the art of teaching with consideration of the process of learning. Further, I strive to create a warm, positive atmosphere that allows one to feel comfortable with making mistakes, with making progress and with being themselves. Fundamentally, this is my approach to working with people.

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT COACHING: Using my insight gained as a counseling student, I am happy to offer my personal development coaching service. In this role, I help individuals develop their path of change, making sure motivation and focus is well-maintained. I provide a judgment-free and understanding atmosphere for one to reflect and process concerns as well as work towards making personal changes (e.g. self-actualization, career, anxiety management, lifestyle, life changes) from an existential perspective. I believe that such a space should be available for everyone, so I am especially happy to provide it.

My approach to personal development coaching is based on my therapeutic orientation called Gestalt Therapy (GT). The underlying idea of GT is that awareness is the key initiator of change. Awareness allows one to discern where such things as anxiety, unhappiness, ambivalence, etc. stem from. I believe that it is important for every human being to go through such a process so that peace and awareness within brings peace and awareness to the outer world. I am inspired by and influenced by the ideas of Carl Jung (Analytical Psychology- particularly the Psychological Types) and Carl Rogers (Client-Centered Therapy). I help facilitate the process in a genuinely humane, empathic and professional manner. If interested, please, see the details I have provided under Life Coaching. I work with grade school students and adults. I am absolutely loyal to the idea of confidentiality; therefore, I ensure that information of anybody I work with is not at risk of being shared with a third party.

ACADEMIC COACHING/STUDY SKILLS: Using my passion for education and my insight gained in my few years (so far) immersed in the world of education, I help students (grade school and college) develop areas of their academic life needing improvement. As suggested above, I help students develop time management, learning strategies, coping strategies for anxiety, and motivation (i.e. help them to see the value of learning). Though it is a valuable tool, it is presently not a service that is offered at most schools in the area.

WRITING: As a lover of reading and writing, I understand the value of expressing thoughts, feelings and ideas. As a writer, my focus is on creative writing (mostly short stories presently) and essays. Given my undergraduate and postgraduate experiences, I have written many academic papers, in APA format and in MLA format. I edit and revise papers as well as help individuals develop their writing voice, develop their ideas, develop an approach to structuring writing, maintain consistency with writing and provide genuine feedback. Beyond that, my help with writing is limited to the goals of the the individual.

TWO IMPORTANT THINGS: I strive to maintain a positive collaboration with those I work with. I believe this is one of the most important parts of the process. Also, I promote the idea of Soul. To me, Soul is any sincere display of passion. With Soul, we perform in a most genuine and graceful way. I personally believe that whether one is playing the piano, writing a story, living life, singing, giving a speech or anything (necessarily peaceful), one should do it with Soul.

LASTLY, I am open to: Going beyond my travel radius, at an agreed-upon adjusted rate; working with multiple students, at an agreed-upon adjusted rate; meeting at a public place that is convenient, if it is preferred; and meeting at a student's location, depending on the preferred time and the distance.

I mentioned everything that is above so that it may be known and understood. Feel free to send me a message if you have questions about any of the services I provide, my approach or anything!

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Lacey S. August 2, 2018
· Piano · In home
Very knowledgeable and patient
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Justine J. June 14, 2016
· Piano · In home
Very professional, friendly and informative. Andrew is patient and keeps my daughter interested. Thank you Andrew for making piano lessons for my daughter the best experience ever!
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Katherine Booth January 5, 2016
· Singing · In studio
Andrew is very patient and friendly
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Andrew F.

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About Julissa F.

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Parkville, MD
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About Julissa
I am a freelance tutor and translator. I have been tutoring for more than 8 years. I am very friendly, patient and professional. I tutor college students and children. I got my Associate in Arts and Sciences - Psychology from Union County College in NJ. On my sessions I apply constructivist teaching techniques which have proven excellent results. I am an avid observer of details which helps me determine the student's strengths. My classes are fun as playing a game! I am also a Therapeutic Mentor in Catholic Charities. In order to be accepted I had to get a full background check because I deal with very special and unique children.
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suja N. June 19, 2019
· Spanish · Online
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Noah May 18, 2019
· Spanish · In studio
Off to a wonderful start! My son is looking forward to his next lesson.
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Georgene M. May 8, 2019
· Math · Online
Had our first lesson with Julissa and the experience was painless lol! My daughter was reticent at first but warmed easily. She thought she might not understan Julissa because of her accent but that was not a problem. All in all a great mathematic experience.
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Julissa F.

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About Donna Dorothy B.

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About Donna Dorothy
I like to consider myself as a silly personality. Going through hard times can be a downer but a good smile and laugh is definitely the cure for me and many people I know!..I live to inspire people with a new way of thinking.!.Teaching to me is where it's at!! ...School work can be a drag...I know..but sometimes we get a teacher that changes everything!..Don't lose hope!
I started my college education in Hawaii and then in Vermont , then back to New York. Yes this country is great and so is everyone & everything in it & what it has to offer. ..The best education is definitely one of them.
If you need assistance in algebra we can go over multiplication and division terms..exponents too !..
I am pretty proficient in the Russian language too and can teach Russian speakers English ....vocabulary, grammar, verbs and sentence structure...a
nd Russian speakers the English language too!!..Hope to see you soon and Thank you!!!
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Donna Dorothy B.

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About Gina F.

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About Gina
Since I was a young child, I have been PASSIONATE ABOUT WRITING – a passion that ultimately led me to pursue a Bachelor of Arts in English writing (and art) and a teaching and writing career. Since 2006, I have been teaching English writing and ESL to students in over 40 countries who range in age from pre-teen to senior citizen.

My own writing has won numerous national and international awards, and I am the AUTHOR of an art history textbook for high school students. Last year I was featured on the famous ALL EARS ENGLISH podcast to discuss English writing techniques for non-native speakers, and my “Mastering Complex English Descriptions” article has become a hit with ESL students around the world.

Over the years I have helped numerous students improve their writing skills to receive coveted job promotions, excel on exams like
the ACT or TOEFL, and get accepted into schools like MIT, Harvard, and UCLA. Whatever it is you are looking to do, let me know, and we can work on it together!
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Yoichi April 18, 2019
· English · Online
Yoichi's first review left for Gina: Thank you, Gina! I enjoyed talking with you very much. I was a little nervous before my first web lesson started, but you were so friendly and kind that I felt relaxed. You gave good advice. I'll try to learn hard by next time!

Now over 2 years and 100 classes later, the reviews are still great, though more technical... Great lesson! Thank you, Gina! Thanks for sharing your thoughts on the speeches! I forgot to ask which is correct, the position of "[...]", which means omission, right after the sentence as in S. Thurlow's transcript, or right before the sentence as in E. Roosevelt' transcript?
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Serena April 18, 2019
· ESL · Online
Gina has the rare talent to be an excellent listener which is as much important, in conversation, as to ask challenging questions to keep the student always engaged. The lesson flew and I am looking forward to our next hour!
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Bruno March 28, 2019
· ESL · Online
Great! I really liked the way Gina drives the classes and all the suggestions she made to improve my English. Definitely, I will schedule other lessons.
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Gina F.

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About David M.

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Benicia, CA

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Hello! My name is David and helping students succeed in school is my passion.

My tutoring career began in 2011 when I volunteered for Reading Partners, a non-profit organization that assists elementary school students who are struggling with reading comprehension skills. I later applied as a writing tutor for CSU East Bay's Student Center for Academic Achievement (SCAA) and helped college students from many social and ethnic backgrounds polish their essay writing skills. After graduating with a bachelor's in English in 2012, I became an independent contractor with Buddy System Tutoring and helped high school students in the Bay Area improve their writing and study skills.

I earned my teaching credential in 2015 and have four years of experience teaching English to middle and high school students. I have had the pleasure of working w
ith students of different backgrounds and ages throughout my teaching career; my youngest student was a third grader from Oakland, and my oldest was a 65-year-old college student from Taiwan. I would be thrilled to use my extensive experience to help you or your child improve their reading and writing skills.
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Harrison June 26, 2019
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I have collaborated with David before on creative writing projects and he is a wonderful person to work with. I have also had experience teaching at the same school where he taught high school English, and in my experience, David would make a thoughtful and personable instructor. He has a relatable sense of humor and clear way of explaining concepts. I would recommend him as a tutor or writing coach for any middle or high school student.
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Matt June 16, 2019
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Dave is a quality instructor - a good balance of personable, caring, and intellectual. I've worked with him personally and professionally and definitely would recommend him.
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David M.

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About Hrafn T.

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Notre Dame, IN

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Hi, my name is Raffie! I am a third year PhD student in chemistry and have been teaching chemistry and physics since 2013. I enjoy interacting with students and sharing my knowledge of science!
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Hrafn T.

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About Jingbo W.

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Malibu, CA
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I am specialized in math and Chinese tutoring. I work for special education in public schools and I am an Mandarin, Chinese instructor. As an enthusiastic and educated professional with a commitment to facilitating outstanding first educational experiences for young children, I am poised to significantly impact your school in this role.

Creating friendly and welcoming environments, incorporating diverse materials, and helping students learn to thrive in new settings are just a few of the areas in which I excel. I have a deep passion and willingness to make a positive difference in students’ lives, inspire the confidence to be successful, and share the courage to get through difficulties. I have dedicated my life to help students in need and to improve their lives and I love to make a difference in the classroom. I am bilingual in both Ch
inese Mandarin and English.
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Jingbo W.

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About Amy P.

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Morrisville, NC
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I studied violin from the age of 9 (long time ago). I studied mainly privately but constantly in competitions with scholarships to brevard music center in N.C. and governors school for the arts held at Furman university.
Obtained a music scholarship and minor in fine arts with a major in education.
I have taught many subjects including private violin lessons.
Classical, hymns, Gospel, pop and romance are genres I am familiar.
I have over 25 years as in education.
I enjoy teaching ALL ages!
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Amy P.

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About Calesha S.

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Greenville, NC
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I am a retired female that has been very involved in various areas of education for many years. Even though I was academically gifted in many areas growing up, math was a subjected that I excelled in dramatically.
I was reared in church so I was exposed to gospel music for much of my life and learned to sing about the same time I learned to talk. For 35+ years I have not only enjoyed listening to gospel but singing it as well.
Some of my hobbies include laying Spade and other card games, and van living. Living the minimalist life has been one of my joys since retirement. I bought a minivan several years ago and was letting it sit in my yard and finally decided I wanted to convert it to a small home on wheels. That was one of my many accomplishments.
I am a firm believer in continually educating yourself therefor I have returned to colle
ge yet again to obtain another degree.
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Calesha S.

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