- Teaches students:
- Ages 5+ and special needs
- Teaching since:
If one were to ask my friends to describe me, they would describe me as a driven, passionate and inquisitive person. I think one of my most distinguishing characteristics is the diversity of experience that I have had.
I'm currently living in Pittsburgh as a grad student at The Carnegie Mellon University under the Computer Science Departement. I lived in France (Paris) for 3 years where I graduated with an MBA in Marketing from the Ecole Superieure de Gestion. I moved to San Francisco 2 years ago seeking better opportunities in the field of technology, a field that I'm passionate about since my childhood.
I had been offered a part-time job as a college student tutor at The City College of San Francisco. As a French tutor, I had to take proactive approaches to adapt to different teaching styles and play a leadership role in motivating students in their learning process.
- Work directly with students, usually on a drop-in, one-to-one basis.
- Trained to look at tutoring as a process for enabling students to develop into active and independent learners, not as a method to provide students with correct answers.
- Personal mentor of several college students to develop their self-confidence.
very patient with correcting pronunciations and grammar. Able to learn a lot of practical conversational words not taught in class. Tailored to what I need to learn that day and review with different exercises. Great sense of humor. Always fun with each session.+ Read More
Mo was the tutor that I was looking for since I have started learning French. He was very helpful and knew where my weakness and strenghs are.