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SchoolTutoring Academy offers English – ESL 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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Amy G. – ESL Tutor – Lemont, PA
Northern Illinois UniversityEnglish
“Change to: I believe that by giving students the necessary skills to write well, they will become better writers and communicators in their academic careers.”
Andrew R. – ESL Tutor – Montreal, QC
Concordia UniversityEnglish Literature
“It’s important to foster independent learning.”
Andrew O. – ESL Tutor – St. Albert, AB
University of AlbertaEnglish
“Every student has different methods at which they learn best.”
Andrew C. – ESL Tutor – Winnipeg, MB
University of TorontoEnglish
“I believe that my job as an educator is to provide structure and support, to allow each student to succeed on his or her own terms.”
Andrew S. – ESL Tutor – Oveland, MO
Concordia University WisconsinEnglish
“I like to alternate between minimalist and directive tutoring depending on the student need throughout a tutoring session to help with, for example, the learner/personality they are or the material currently being covered.”
Angelique H. – ESL Tutor – Mamaroneck, NY
Nyack CollegeMasters of Education Childhood Education
“Every child has the capability to learn and master a skill.”
Ania J. – ESL Tutor – Nanaimo, BC
McMaster UniversityBiology
“My goal is to encourage students to think rationally and expand their knowledge.”
Anju K. – ESL Tutor – Mississauga, ON
Ontario College of TeachersEnglish; Social Studies
“Through creating a democratic classroom, I will encourage my students to become active participants in their education and in their society.”
Anna H. – ESL Tutor – Towson, MD
University of Maryland Baltimore CountyPolitical Science
“I believe that the most effective way to teach a new student a skill is by being patient but also efficient.”
Anna S. – ESL Tutor – Keswick, ON
University of TorontoEnglish; Religious Studies
“I have a passion for providing students with ample opportunities to do their best.”
Anne C. – ESL Tutor – Slingerlands, NY
State University of NY at AlbanyEnglish
“Students must be motivated to be interested in and enjoy learning.”
Anne C. – ESL Tutor – Slingerlands, NY
State University of New York at AlbanyEnglish
“Confidence in being able to satisfactorily complete homework assignments and perform well on tests makes all the difference in a child’s life. “
Anthony H. – ESL Tutor – Los Angeles, CA
Pennsylvania State UniversityCommunications
“I believe that learning takes place when students are generally interested in the material or when they’re inspired by their instructor/teacher to strive to become better.”
Antoinette D. – ESL Tutor – Honolulu, HI
Simons Rock CollegeArt History
“Everyone has a personal learning style and my work is to meet and support each student’s uniqueness.”
Arianne A. – ESL Tutor – Norfolk, VA
Old Dominion UniversityInternational Studies
“I believe that ample practice, a positive attitude, and pride in one’s academic efforts and accomplishments must come together to contribute to a rewarding learning experience, and everyone is capable of learning with these things in mind.”
Ariel A. – ESL Tutor – San Francisco, CA
University of California, BerkeleyPsychology
“My priorities are in establishing a rapport with the individual(s) and creating a comfortable and encouraging environment for the student to grow and enjoy learning.”
Ashley H. – ESL Tutor – Florence, CO
Western State Colorado UniversitySpecial Education; Music
“I believe that each child is a unique individual who deserves a caring, secure, and stimulating atmosphere in which to grow and mature emotionally, intellectually, physically, and socially.”
Ashley M. – ESL Tutor – Ottawa, ON
University of New BrunswickEnglish, Secondary Education
“An individual’s learning style can be determined through questionnaires, pre-tests or simply having a discussion to get to know them.”
Ashley T. – ESL Tutor – Sunnyvale, CA
LeMoyne CollegeTeaching
“I believe it is my responsibility as an educator to mold my students into responsible and productive leaders.”
Ashley B. – ESL Tutor – Toronto, ON
Trent UniversityPsychology
“I believe that the multiple learning styles in the classroom should be nourished and that all students should be actively involved in the learning process.”
Ashley A. – ESL Tutor – Bozeman, MT
Montana State University – BozemanEnglish Literature
“I find that most people genuinely enjoy learning when the material is presented to them in a way that they can engage with.”
Ashley O. – ESL Tutor – Pflugerville, TX
Thomas Edison State CollegeBusiness Administration; Marketing
“As a tutor, I hope to motivate my students to do their best and extend their perspective on the value education brings to their lives.”
Ashley H. – ESL Tutor – London, ON
The University Of Western OntarioEnglish Language & Literature
“Education has the power to provide enlightenment to the individual and to the world, and it is the educator’s great responsibility and privilege.”
Audra R. – ESL Tutor – Binghamton, NY
Queens College CUNYSpanish
“I teach to the student’s abilities and learning styles, and don’t mind reteaching until the idea or concept is learned.”
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Baillie G. – ESL Tutor – Bracebridge, ON
University of WindsorPsychology
“I understand that there a multiple learning types and styles which is important to recognize to maximize learning outcomes.”
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