- Teaches students:
- Ages 5+
- Teaching since:
Having been a teacher/tutor for many years, including improv, theater, elementary school math, English & reading comprehension. My style is patient, yet focused on learning and pushing boundaries, while making sure my students have fun and enjoy learning.
I was Adjunct Faculty at Clark University for 5 years in the Visual and Performing Arts Department, after that I unofficially tutored many of my friends & family in various subjects, mostly math and essays.
It's important to me to learn how the students I work with learn, organize themselves & absorb information, because everyone is different. There is no right way to teach each person. I want to take the time to get to know you as a student, so we can work in the most productive way possible. I love those magical moments where a challenging concept clicks, or when a student finds the fun in a subject that may have felt tedious - they've found a reason to WANT to learn. I want to bring that positive energy to everyone I tutor.
I majored in French in undergrad, studied abroad in Dijon, where I became fluent, and have traveled back many times, to preserve my French language. My strengths are in the beginning stages, where you're learning all of the basic phrases and things begin to come together. I also prefer to teach French through French, rather than translation through English.
I've been a writer & avid reader my entire life. I was always the friend that edited my friend's papers/grammar, loving to discuss the language and learning/understanding why we write things the way we do. I have a good eye for detail as well, which helps with proofreading.
I want to bring positive, fun thoughts to your education. It doesn't have to be difficult and tedious - we can learn and grow, through the lens of excitement. If you work with me you, you will get a patient, compassionate tutor that wants you to be the best version of you that you can be. We will work together to ensure that happens.