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Kelly M.

Zionsville, IN

About Kelly

Hello, there! I'm a licensed K-12 bilingual ESL teacher who has had 8 years of experience teaching and privately tutoring children, teenagers, and adults around the world. In addition to privately tutoring, I also teach full-time at a school for newcomer students, where I work with 7th-9th graders who have lived in the U.S. for less than one year. I earned a Masters in Bilingual Bicultural Education from DePaul University in 2014, a CELTA from the University of Cambridge in 2009, and two Bachelors degrees from Oregon State University in 2007. My teaching philosophy centers around the ideals of
: mutual respect, equality, partnership, and the promotion of personal growth through academic and linguistic development. I am enthusiastic, engaging, creative, and very dedicated to supporting the progress and achievements of my students!
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Meirong January 10, 2017
ESL · Online
Verified Student
Kelly is an experienced and patient English teacher. My daughter loves her classes so much and thinks Kelly is the best English teacher ever taught her .Thanks Kelly.
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Kenneth J. November 3, 2016
Spanish · Online
Verified Student
I have taken lessons from Kelly for about a year and a half. I am constantly surprised at the quality of lessons and the detail in homework she provides me. She keeps me motivated when life gets busy and it is hard to find the time. Even though it is my goal to learn Spanish, I feel it is equally her goal to help me succeed. I have tried several methods and having instruction from Kelly ties everything together.

I HIGHLY recommend her if you are interested in learning any area she instructs. You won't be disappointed.
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Doug B. October 23, 2016
English · Online
Kelly works with two of our daughters. Josie, who is in kindergarten, has just about completed the Lexia kindergarten curriculum. Josie's teacher is really pleased with her performance in school so far. Elizabeth is in 4th grade and Kelly works with her on Moby mathematics. Elizabeth made the honor role this year with all A's and B's. We could not be more pleased with our children's performance in school. This can be attributed to working with Kelly over the summer and on weekends. Kelly has many user friendly fun resources on-line that allow the children interact with Kelly one on one. I definitely would like to recommend Kelly for tutoring. She is absolutely fantastic!
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Kelly M.

Kelly M.

Zionsville, IN 46077
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Heather B.

Anderson, IN

About Heather

I married my husband on June 28, 1997. We have four children. Our oldest daughter was born on August 15, 2001 and was diagnosed with Down Syndrome. I quit working to stay home and devote more time to her and her needs. In 2003 we had boy/girl twins and life took on a hectic business. As they grew older, I decided to homeschool my brood. We moved from Colorado to Indiana to be closer to my husband’s ailing mother and the slower pace of life has allowed me time to cultivate my interest in gardening, cooking, and sewing! In 2013, we traveled to China and adopted our second daughter with Dow
n Syndrome.

PLEASE NOTE: I SPECIALIZE IN WORKING WITH KIDS WHO HAVE LEARNING DEFICIENCIES AND WHO ARE STRUGGLING TO KEEP UP IN SCHOOL. I will be more than happy to assess your child and let you know if I am the right tutor for you, but will also be honest with you and tell you when you should pursue someone who works with the more on track child or those who need someone face face.
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Emma S. January 26, 2016
Reading · Online
Verified Student
She was absolutely phenomenal. Her patience and method of teaching are out of this world. 10/10!
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Bobby B. August 18, 2015
Reading · Online
Verified Student
Heather has a very good personality. She is knowledgeable and very friendly. We really appreciate her help. Definitely recommend!
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Marysol B. June 27, 2015
Reading · Online
Verified Student
Heather is amazing. She is focused and knows her material well. My daughter enjoys the time spent learning with her. She cares about her students. I would definitely recommend her. Keep up the good work!
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Heather B.

Anderson, IN 46011
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$15 / 30-min
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Laila A.

Carmel, IN

About Laila

Hello there, my name is Laila and I am former NASA Engineer from Kennedy Space Center.

I recently moved to Carmel from New York City as a project controls engineer working for corporate America on a bridge project. I have decided to be math tutor for students because I have been in engineering school for 9 years and absolutely love math. I would like to help students who are eager to learn and need help. I live very close to Carmel High School and would love to help students on their journey for academic and career success!

Mini Bio: I am a Purdue University graduate in Civil Engineer
ing with a Masters from Portland State in Mechanical Engineering. I later worked for NASA for 4 years and for a major oil/gas company for 3 years. Now that I am in Carmel, I would love to assist you with my experiences, in hopes to inspire and help you succeed in math coursework and your career.

Lets connect on how I can be of assistance to you in math, and test prep as I have been in your shoes once before. Talk to you very soon.

Kind Regards,

Laila
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Racquelle December 11, 2016
Geometry · Online
Verified Student
Our first session has been wonderful. I love how Ms. Laila evaluate my daughter to assess how to best help my daughter! We are enjoying working with Ms. Laila. I feel truly blessed to have Ms. Laila in our lives!!!
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Diana December 11, 2016
Algebra · Online
She's amazing! I love her so much!! She's just the worlds best tutor! She explains so well! I have a learning disability and is terrible at math and really have a hard time with it. She breaks down every problem and really makes me understand and that's a miracle!
Please hire her!!!
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Laila A.

Carmel, IN 46032
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$30 / 30-min
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Ali C.

Westfield, IN

About Ali

Hi, there! My name is Ali and I can't wait to meet you! I've been teaching in public education since 1997 with experience in second through fifth grade. I am licensed 1-8 in all core subject areas. I am currently teaching fifth grade and am available for in-person as well as online lessons in a variety of subjects, and my schedule is flexible. I love helping my students become confident learners that grow in their love of learning, while supporting development of strong academic foundations. I enjoy guiding students in a growth model approach connecting new learning concepts with existing
prior knowledge and experiences. I went to Ball State University and earned a degree in Elementary Education. I'm an enthusiastic, caring, and creative person that is dedicated to the growth and success of my students. My teaching style is hands-on, creative, and based on your child's multiple intelligence strength. I look forward to helping you reach your goals!
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Ali C.

Westfield, IN 46074
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$25 / 30-min
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Brian C.

Westfield, IN

About Brian

I've been teaching middle school math for over 15 years and have tutored in math from first grade through pre-calculus for over 12 years. I enjoy explaining ideas and concepts in practical, real-life ways to help with understanding. I feel it is not always about the correct answer, but the correct process. I have years of experience working with English-language learners and students with IEPs. I believe that building confidence is the fastest way to build knowledge. Along with content, I work with students on how to take notes, ask questions, test anxiety, and organization.
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Jake January 21, 2017
Math · In studio
Mr.Camp is one of the best math teachers I have had. His teaching style was great and he really helped me understand concepts that I had trouble learning how to do.
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Brian C.

Westfield, IN 46074
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