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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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Janet R. – English Tutor – Ocala, FL
Trident Technical CollegeGeneral Science
“I believe that a teacher must be cognizant of the basic modalities of learning, whether it is verbal, kinesthetic, auditory, or visual.”
Janet B. – English Tutor – Sherwood Park, AB
Calvin CollegeElementary Education
“I see my responsibility as an educator to engage students in learning in such a way that they celebrate what they learn and enter into it reflectivey so that they are always wanting more.”
Janet M. – English Tutor – Columbia, MO
University of Missouri at ColumbiaMathematics
“I try not to state what they already know but rather to let them work on the solutions to the problems as much as they can by themselves.”
Janet H. – English Tutor – Corner Brook, NL
Memorial University of NewfoundlandSocial Work
“My focus is on relationship-based and experiential learning: I believe that students learn best when they feel genuinely supported and are able to connect their learning to real life experiences.”
Janette A. – English Tutor – Morristown, TN
East Tennessee State UniversityBusiness Administration
“Students need to be taught how to reason out answers to questions in the classroom and in life.”
Jania B. – English Tutor – Eight Mile, AL
Alabama A& M UniversityEarly Childhood & Elementary Education
“It is my goal to identify those needs and turn each student’s weakness into a source of strength by using those resources available to me along with years of experience I’ve had as an educator.”
Janice R. – English Tutor – Sumter, SC
Webster University, St. Louis, MOEducation
“I believe providing a child with a strong educational start can have a profound effect on the rest of their life.”
Janice F. – English Tutor – Victoria, BC
University of Alberta Political Science; Philosophy
“I treat students with respect, patience and care.”
Janis M. – English Tutor – Phippsburg, ME
Lyndon State CollegeEnglish
“We learn by doing. I love engaging students through interactive learning and communication that encourages them to explore.”
Jaquelia J. – English Tutor – Missouri City, TX
Stephen F. Austin State UniversityAccounting
“I believe that the most important aspect of my educational philosophy is the belief that all children can learn, and will learn if given the opportunity and the right resources.”
Jason D. – English Tutor – Philadelphia, PA
Purdue UniversityB.A., English; Philosophy
“I emphasize critical thinking, critical reading, critical writing, and the intersections of these often referenced, but less often articulated, “transferable skills.””
Jason M. – English Tutor – London, ON
York UniversityPolitical Studies and Philosophy
“I believe in a learning centred approach that focuses on an inclusive teaching environment.”
Jason G. – English Tutor – Cambridge, ON
Wilfrid Laurier UniversitySociology
“I believe all students have the ability to learn.”
Jason B. – English Tutor – Salem, OR
Oregon State UniversityHistory; English
“I believe that a teachers first job is to teach effective skills in learning and retaining material.”
Jason W. – English Tutor – Tucson, AZ
University of MarylandJournalism
“I believe that, given a positive learning environment with the right motivation, encouragement and engagement, all students can learn.”
Jay B. – English Tutor – Amarillo, TX
West Texas A & M UniversityEnglish
“Students of all backgrounds deserve the best possible educational experience.”
Jayme S. – English Tutor – New Berlin, PA
Millersville UniversityEnglish
“My educational philosophy is that education is a collaboration or an apprenticeship between the teacher and the learner.”
Jaynie W. – English Tutor – Vancouver, BC
City UniversityElementary Education
“Teaching is hard work and helping others find success is important, for this reason I am a teacher.”
Jeanette P. – English Tutor – Kansas City, MO
Park UniversityElementary Education
“My educational philosophy is simple, individualize instruction yield tremendous growth.”
Jeanette O. – English Tutor – Bakersfield, CA
California State University: BakersfieldEnglish, Liberal Studies
“I believe that the purpose of a teacher or tutor is broaden a student’s mind and give them the skills needed in order to succeed in life and their chosen field.”
Jeff L. – English Tutor – Burlington, ON
McMaster UniversityHistory
“We all have different strengths and weaknesses, but when the proper supports are put in place, all students can experience success.”
Jena K. – English Tutor – Cold Spring, MN
St. Cloud State UniversityBS/MS English Education
“It is my goal to meet students where they are and move forward together from there. Learning needs to be real, compelling, and practical.”
Jenna K. – English Tutor – Fort Lauderdale, FL
University of MassachusettsLegal Studies
“I believe that teachers can empower their students to see the role thinking plays in the world, giving students material worth thinking about, and giving them time to practice skills and reflect on their work.”
Jenna J. – English Tutor – Folkston, GA
University of FloridaEnglish
“I believe in a hands on, student centered approach to education in which the teacher facilitates the student’s acquisition of skills and knowledge.”
Jennifer O. – English Tutor – Abbotsford, BC
University of VictoriaChild and Youth Care: Special Education
“I believe that personalized education plans that start with current and authentic assessment levels provide accountable programs to optimize student’s learning.”
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