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Sophia T. – Homework Help 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. – Homework Help 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. – Homework Help 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.”
Stephanie M. – Homework Help 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.”
Stephanie B. – Homework Help Tutor – North Port, FL
University of South FloridaLiberal Arts
“I believe no two children are alike and because of this I utilize differentiated instruction that focuses on each student’s needs.”
Steven C. – Homework Help Tutor – Guelph, ON
University of WaterlooPsychology
“Every student learns in different ways.”
Steven D. – Homework Help Tutor – Calgary, AB
University of TorontoTheatre
“Although it should be established that the teacher is in the position of responsibility, the teacher and the student should work together to create a thriving didactic environment.”
Surabhi J. – Homework Help Tutor – Montreal, QC
McGill UniversityMechanical Engineering
“Education is for life and mastering the art of learning at a young age is extremely fruitful because it can be applied to any future tasks at any stage of life.”
Susan N. – Homework Help Tutor – Toronto, ON
University of GuelphTheatre, English
“As a teacher, I am first a learner.”
Suzanne R. – Homework Help Tutor – Cooper City, FL
Syracuse University – Utica College Education, Social Science
“I believe that with proper teacher guidance, all students are capable of learning anything they set their minds to.”
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Takisha B. – Homework Help Tutor – Huntsville, AL
Oakwood UniversityTheology
“The way each person is raised has an effect on the way they approach school as a whole. As a tutor I am here to help the individual learner.”
Talena H. – Homework Help Tutor – Sna Bernardino, CA
California State University (San Bernardino)Liberal Studies
“I believe that each child is a unique individual who needs a secure, caring, and stimulating atmosphere in which to grow.”
Tami L. – Homework Help Tutor – Willard, OH
Mount Vernon Nazarene CollegeMusic Education
“When children are given opportunities to explore their areas of interest, channeled and challenged to excel in them, I believe they develop a passion for learning which will serve them throughout their lifetime.”
Tanya K. – Homework Help Tutor – Shellbrook, SK
University of SaskatchewanNative Studies
“The goal of education should be to encourage seeking answers, as it is in this way that we advance.”
Tara F. – Homework Help Tutor – Albany, NY
Montclair State UniversityElementary Education
“I believe that each student needs the opportunity to learn within the best possible conditions for him or herself.”
Tara K. – Homework Help Tutor – Shearstown, NL
Roysal Roads UniversityProfessional Communications
“Every person can reach their potential if someone is willing to reach out to them and lead the way and teach them how to learn.”
Tatum N. – Homework Help Tutor – Corpus Christi, TX
Texas A&MOceanography, Marine Biology
“I believe that learning is best accomplished when students are enthusiastically engaged in a lesson and can relate concepts to their every day lives.”
Tavish W. – Homework Help Tutor – Overland Park, KS
Smith College History, Political Science
“Whether one is naturally gifted in an area or struggles, trying your hardest is always essential for success.”
Taylor G. – Homework Help Tutor – Gainesville, FL
University of FloridaEnglish
“It is the job of teachers and tutors to tap into each student’s strengths and passions in order help them reach their full potential.”
Taylor R. – Homework Help Tutor – Dover, NH
University of New HampshireSecondary Education
“My goal is to help the student find their strengths and develop skills that will lead them to academic and real-life success.”
Taylor R. – Homework Help Tutor – Southampton, ON
Queens UniversityEnglish Literature
“I believe that education and learning create a purpose for living.”
Teresa O. – Homework Help Tutor – Clarksville, TN
California State University, San BernardinoEnglish
“I believe students learn best when they have to work to find the answer, not by giving it to them.”
Terina N. – Homework Help Tutor – Suwanee, GA
Georgia State UniversityEarly Childhood and Special Education
“I believe a good education should be available for anyone who wants to learn, and should be an enjoyable and fun process.”
Terri F. – Homework Help Tutor – Brooklyn, NS
Dalhousie UniversityEnglish
“Education should be accessible to all learners and should be offered in a safe, comfortable environment that allows for meaningful learning to take place.
Tessa W. – Homework Help Tutor – Victoria, BC
University of British ColumbiaEnglish Literature
“All learners must be given safe opportunities to try new things and make mistakes.”
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