"Katie Murphy was the best tutor my daughter ever had. Nicole has special needs and Katie was very effective in getting the work done and helping her study."
Alice Smith (Seattle, WA)
"What a difference an hour a week with the tutor can make!
Thanks for finding him for us!"
Kara Williams (Miami, FL)
"Our experience with your service and the tutor you assigned to us has been excellent! She is very knowledgeable, relates very well with my high school daughter, and is available when we need her."
Dave Thomas (San Diego, CA)
"Ben was wonderful! His sense of humor matched our daughter's style. She ended the year with an A in the class and even better, the sense that she could do math!"
James Anderson (Denver, CO)
"Our son just received his grade on his exam from last Friday and got an 84% which was the second highest grade in his class (someone had a 90%)! Before tutoring, he got an on his last test. Thank you Stepping Stone Tutors!"
Sara Campbell (Phoenix, AZ)
"Asuka, our Japanese student was extremely pleased with the tutoring service provided by Stepping Stone Tutors. Your tutor's help made it very easy to understand what was going on in class. If you ever need a reference please feel free to contact us!"
Katie White Wendell (Dallas, TX)
"I improved my ability to speak and understand Spanish. The rates are very competitive. Overall, it was an awesome experience with Ellen and Stepping Stone Tutors!"
I am semi-retired with ongoing businesses. Teaching young minds is what I enjoy as I am a specialist in developmental intelligence. I have taught at all levels, from elementary to post graduate levels. Additionally, I have wide experience in various unrelated fields as I am a `Renaissance Man` by inclination. I am currently President of the Oregon Chess Federation. I am also one of the most...
I see teaching as a future profession and I would like to gain some more hands on experience before entering the teaching field. I feel that if I can successfully aid those who are having trouble understanding concepts, then I could potentially help all the students that I interact with.
Along with some student tutoring, I have spent some time at my current job training others at...
I have a passion for teaching, and I have a proven track-record in helping kids with their academic improvement. With my last tutoring company, I was awarded top tutor of the Spring semester, out of all company-wide tutors in NYC, New Jersey, and Connecticut. This award is based on student feedback and academic improvement
I enjoy working one-on-one with students in my community. I have over 1000 hours of tutoring and teaching experience with Revolution Prep. I have worked with young adults ages 12-20 for the last five years and am experienced with a wide range of subjects. Since I am committed to providing superior service, I do not accept assignments unless I have a masterful command of the material.
I am a highly qualified tutoring professional with many years of training and experience and a passion for the subjects that I teach. I am self-motivated and have a proven track record of helping students achieve their academic and test preparation goals. I have a knack for developing rapport with students and supporting them throughout their learning process with encouragement and a positive...
I have ten years’ experience working with learning disabled students including students with ADHD, autism, etc. I have taught very sick students through the Home and Hospital Program as well as developmentally and physically disabled students.
I have vast tutoring and teaching experience and I’m looking for the right place to continue my practice. Specifically, I worked for Ivy West...
I have worked with children from many different backgrounds. Including children with trouble graduating from elementary schools, and children who do not speak my language. I feel that these experiences have made me a teacher who is able to cater to the different needs and learning habits of a variety of children.
Too many students in K-12 are unnecessarily terrified of math, think they are bad at math, and hate math because they don’t think they can succeed in it. I want to help students understand the basics so they can complete current assignments and, more importantly, confidently build on their knowledge so they can continue to be successful in math. It’s crucial for students to have positive role...
I teach computer applications in College and Adult School, and tutor younger students on Math, English, and test prep.
My strength is in motivating students to aim high. I always believe learning should be FUN! Many of my students are in so-called at risk group, who truly think our society has abandoned them, which of course, is far from the truth. It is such a pleasure to inspire...
Bilingual (Spanish), establish good relationships with students, well organized, structured, dedicated, enthusiastic and dynamic teaching as a means of creating and nurturing a lifelong knowledge in adolescents.
I recently graduated from Morehouse with a BS degree in Biology and Chemistry. During my time here, I tutored for many of the required science/math courses including Calculus I, II, III and General Biology and Chemistry.
While at Morehouse I participated in the student teacher program called Peer Lead Team Learning. Here I helped with the many of the courses I described above as...
I am dedicated to education and believe in the importance of one-on-one tutoring. I have worked as a tutor at the literacy programs 826 Valencia and Teaching Inter-media Literacy Skills. I was a student-teacher with the Americorps literacy program Jumpstart as well as a Program Coordinator of an after-school tutoring program with the non-profit Building Opportunities for...
Having worked with students with varying learning difficulties I am able to be patient and to engage them with their courses. I have fostered a successful learning environment through peer tutoring. I am passionate about teaching. I am both CPR and First Aid certified.
I have excellent organizational skills and I am computer savvy. I also have experience working with students of various socio-economic backgrounds so I will be comfortable with whatever students I meet.
I am educated, responsible and have a huge sense of commitment for education. In addition, I obtained a degree in Education Studies and a certification to teach Physics and Math from Brown University in 2008.
I know math can be a tricky subject to learn as many of the concepts seem so abstract, so to overcome this learning challenge I use household items to give students hands-on experiences with every topic. My teaching skills include variation techniques and differentiate my teaching so that concepts can be looked at from many different points of view. And I also really like relating the information...
As tutor I work with students to improve their confidence in a subject by finding creative ways to explain concepts and guiding them through example problems. My goal is to help a student not only succeed while practicing at home, but also feel assured in their ability to perform in the classroom and on exams.
I specialize in varying teaching techniques, customizing for each individual learner. I believe people have difficulties learning because everyone learns in a different way, and they just need another point of view to help them conceptualize.
I have been a swim coach for the last 4 years, working primarily with athletes aged from 5-15. I just finished my degree in mathematics with focus in secondary education. I also worked as an educational assistant in a low income elementary school. At this elementary school, I proposed, created, and ran a math club for struggling math students.
I have spent many years working with youth and young adults. In addition to my time as a tutor, both privately and with test preparation companies, I have also worked as a teaching aid, a camp counselor, a youth services librarian, and a museum educator.
I work part-time for the USC Physical Therapy school as a continuing education coordinator.
I tutored college students in both Algebra based and Calculus based Physics 1 and 2 while at Pepperdine. I am currently tutoring students at CSUF once a week in Physics. I have also tutored high school aged students in Physics and AP Calculus AB.
I love tutoring and helping students learn. Because of that I also volunteer as a drumline instructor for a local high school were I work...
I have 20 hours of master`s level credit in educational/developmental psychology from Baylor University. I genuinely enjoy working with young people, and my work experience has given me the skill set to develop rapport rather easily.
I am articulate, open minded and friendly. I am a passionate math teacher always excited about it and I transmit the same excitement to the students. I make the students shun hatred for math, they start loving math under my advice, guidance, and care. I am an experienced teacher of math (10+ years), comfortable with instructing lower and upper level math through precalculus.
I have a great deal of experience--the patience, know-how, and skills--with special needs students. Overall, my career in education has been diverse. I will begin a PhD program in the fall, with the ultimate plan to find work in academe.
I speak Spanish, so I can work with Spanish speakers as well as English speakers. My native language is English, and I learned Spanish as an adult. I can help people a great deal with their Spanish and English, in particular with ESL. I would really like to work with Latino populations...I have a special affinity with their culture. I`ve lived in Mexico since 2009.
I have a passion for tutoring. It is not just about helping students improve their academic excellence but also about motivating students` interests and competence in learning so that they can become independent learners.
I have always been interested in working with children. I find that tutoring is a great way for me to engage in topics that I care about with others and to pass on my passion to my students. I love discovering different ways of viewing problems and learning how we all understand and process things differently, and I strive to incorporate that into my tutoring.
As a tutor in subjects ranging from Spanish to the SAT, I`ve tried to teach my students the way I always wanted to be taught: from a perspective that reflects their interests and makes the material relevant and interesting. I think students get better results when the learning process is enjoyable; the more engaged in the lesson the students are, the more they will be willing to take the time to...
Tutoring comes easily to me. I am excellent at communicating and teaching concepts, algorithms for problem-solving, and tips and tricks to aid understanding and increase problem-solving speed. I can tailor my tutoring lesson plan to any individual based on their strengths and weaknesses to maximize their growth and progress in a certain subject. Also, I am an extremely visual learner and so...
I am hyper attentive. I can tell by what the student writes what he is thinking-where his thinking is going off track. I will give the student the knowledge to do the problems himself, not just get the answer to the particular problem in front of him.
I am experienced, well-qualified, responsible, and friendly. First, I have prior tutoring experience and I have been trained in test prep tutoring. Also, I have an excellent academic record. I graduated from college with an overall GPA of 3.98 and a 4.0 GPA in each of my majors. In addition, as a former nanny, I am responsible and I am used to working with a variety of age groups. Finally, I...
I pride myself on being able to analyze my own skills and education and break them down in a way that others can understand. I received A`s throughout high school and college, and also have done well on standardized tests, including the SAT and LSAT. I believe that I relate well to children because I treat them with respect, while still challenging them to do their best. I am very flexible with...