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SchoolTutoring Academy offers English tutoring across all cities in the U.S. and Canada. Please call us at 1-877-545-7737 (PREP) to schedule tutoring with any of our available tutors.

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Sharon M. – English Tutor – Thunder Bay, ON
Lakehead UniverityGeneral Arts and Education
“I have a passion for teaching and a commitment to children.”
Shauna K. – English Tutor – Los Gatos, CA
University of California San DiegoBiology
“Education should cultivate each persons’ interests and talents.”
Shawna B. – English Tutor – Grand Junction, CO
Texas Woman’s UniversityEnglish Literature
“I believe students excel when they are valued as individuals with different learning styles and strengths.”
Shay L. – English Tutor – Shannon, IL
Florida Southern CollegeEnglish
“It is a belief of mine that we are not just conditioning students to obtain advanced degrees or succeed in business, but are ultimately responsible for our students’ personal development as well.”
Sheenia P. – English Tutor – Fort Worth, TX
Delta State UniversityElementary Education
“I believe that each child is a unique individual who needs a secure, caring, and stimulating atmosphere in which to grow and mature emotionally, intellectually, physically, and socially.”
Shelby R. – English Tutor – Newington, CT
Central Connecticut State UniversityMusic Education
“All students should feel confident and work past their full potential. They should feel excited to learn, but not pressured in the process.”
Shelby L. – English Tutor – Toronto, ON
McGill UniversityEnglish, World Religions
“Rather than focusing on grades, I believe that education should be primarily concerned with building life skills and fostering a love of learning.”
Shena K. – English Tutor – Farmville, VA
Longwood UniversityElementary Education
“As a classroom teacher, I introduce a lot of hands-on activities to my students.”
Sheree M. – English Tutor – Challis, ID
Southern New Hampshire UniversityEnglish
“Education is the single most important thing in the world. Without it, we simply become stagnant and fail to reach our truest potential.”
Sherry K. – English Tutor – Fort Myers, FL
Cedar Crest UniversityEnglish
“If a person is not approached in the way they learn, they may feel as stupid as a fish attempting to climb a tree.”
Sheryl C. – English Tutor – St. Andrews, NB
University of WaterlooEnglish
“I believe that education is of the utmost value.”
Shiann S. – English Tutor – Melissa, TX
Texas A&M UniversityPolitical Science
“I believe that all children are unique.”
Shyla M. – English Tutor – Barrie, ON
Lakehead UniversityPsychology
“The core values that underpin my role as an educator are taking a holistic approach to education and attending to the whole child.”
Shyla M. – English Tutor – Thunder Bay, ON
Laurentian UniversityPsychology
“My teaching philosophy focuses on student success through an innovative, safe and inclusive learning environment.”
Siana E. – English Tutor – Lynchburg, VA
Lynchburg CollegeSpecial Education
“I believe every child can learn if given the right environment and resources.”
Somdatta G. – English Tutor – Sugar Land, TX
University of MassachusettsEducation (ELA)
“Education is a journey to rethink and let others be enlightened.”
Sonia L. – English Tutor – Kitchener, ON
University of WaterlooEnglish Literature and Drama
“Once a student believes in their own potential, their ability is limitless.”
Sonia A. – English Tutor – Burnaby, BC
University of OttawaEnglish
“I believe that teaching needs to have open communication between a teacher and a student.”
Sonya I. – English Tutor – Intercession City, FL
Western Governor’s UniversityChristian Education
“Success creates an inner motivation to keep learning, and through creating stepping stones that result in success, I feel students will realize that learning can be fun and rewarding.”
Sophia M. – English Tutor – Toronto, ON
McMaster UniversityHealth Sciences
“In order to enjoy and benefit from the experience as much as possible, students need to be active participants in their own learning.”
Sophia T. – English Tutor – Montreal, QC
McGill UniversityB.A., Secondary Education
“My teaching philosophy is that all students are equal, in the sense that education should not be perceived as competitive grounds in which strive to see who is better than who.”
Stacy D. – English Tutor – Fort Erie, ON
McMaster UniversityEnglish; Art History
“I strongly believe that the purpose of education is to lead students to discover their own power and capabilities.”
Govas S. – English Tutor – Brossard, QC
Concordia University, MontrealFrench-English Translation
“Getting the child to willingly, not forcefully, participate is the real challenge; once that barrier is broken, there is nothing standing in the way.”
Stefani B. – English Tutor – Montreal, QC
McGill UniversityEnglish, Psychology, Marketing, Education
“A constructivist approach to teaching requires that a student build knowledge and a teacher be a guide.”
Stephanie M. – English Tutor – Montreal, QC
University of WindsorB.A. Education
“I believe that every student can succeed if the information is presented in a way that is meaningful engaging, and relevant to the learner.”
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