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Language Arts Tutors Available

SchoolTutoring Academy offers English – Language-Arts 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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Jonathan S. – Language Arts Tutor – Alpharetta, GA
Mississippi State UniversityEnglish
“The learning experience is meant to be a conversation and an exchange of words and ideas in order to better grasp the concept of writing.”
Jose F. – Language Arts Tutor – Mira Loma, CA
University of California – RiversideHealth Physics
“Making Science and Math problems interesting to the student is important since they can learn much faster and enjoy the learning process more if they are actually interested in learning it.”
Josh B. – Language Arts Tutor – Woodlawn, ON
Carlton University History
“Learning is a collaborative effort between teacher and student and takes place in many different ways.”
Joshua H. – Language Arts Tutor – Lafayette, IN
University College Dublin (M.A.)Philosophy and Literature
“My students can expect me to be enthusiastic in the classroom and ready to answer any questions they might have about the material covered.”
Joshua D. – Language Arts Tutor – Kelowna, BC
Eastern Illinois UniversityKinesiology
“Students are diverse learners and as such education needs to be structured for individual student needs.”
Joshua L. – Language Arts Tutor – Iroquois Falls, ON
Central Michigan UniversityPhilosophy
“I believe the students need someone to help them believe in themselves, and give them the extra confidence and space to be self-reflective learners.”
Joy G. – Language Arts Tutor – Anchorage, AK
Colorado State UniversityEnglish
“I believe in motivating students to learn by creating lessons that are fun, interesting and meaningful.”
Julia M. – Language Arts Tutor – Baltimore, MD
Francis Marion UniversityB.S. – Elementary Education; M.Ed. – Early Childhood Education
“We may each specialize in different life disciplines but it is in this diversity that we offer our children the opportunity to prosper and grow.”
Julia L. – Language Arts Tutor – Syracuse, UT
Angelo State UniversityEarly Childhood Education/Elementary
“I believe students learn best when lessons are designed to meet their learning style – whether they are visual, auditory, or tactile learners.”
Julia K. – Language Arts Tutor – Sedona, AZ
Wesleyan UniversityAmerican Studies
“I am dedicated in my work with young people to support them in their learning.”
Julia S. – Language Arts Tutor – West Glacier, MT
Western Washington University French; English
“I believe that inspiring interest in students is the most direct way to educate, finding the most helpful route to learning through individualized programs and explanations.”
Julie K. – Language Arts Tutor – Brooklyn, NY
New York UniversityEnglish Education
“I believe in mindful engagement of the whole student in the process of learning.”
Julie W. – Language Arts Tutor – Colorado Springs, CO
University of Colorado at Colorado SpringPsychology
“I believe that all students have the right to learn and that they can learn.”
Julie C. – Language Arts Tutor – Castle Rock, CO
California State University, NorthridgeChild Development
“I believe that every child possesses the ability to learn and grow into a productive contributor to this world.”
Julie C. – Language Arts Tutor – Denver, CO
University of VermontAnthropology
“Education is the unfolding of human potential – Through guided explorations, we discover our own passions and talents, as well as cultivating confidence in ourselves and our place in the world.”
Justin B. – Language Arts Tutor – Stoney Creek, ON
McMaster UniversityPolitical Science
“I allow for free study and critical thinking in an inclusive atmosphere, hinting as much as possible.”
Justin W. – Language Arts Tutor – Stockbridge, GA
University of CambridgeGeneral Business
“Teaching for me holds a highly rewarding intrinsic value in being able to watch people grow and learn.”
Justin S. – Language Arts Tutor – Hamilton, ON
Brock UniversityPolitical Science
“I believe that all student’s have the capability to succeed with the right guidance.”
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Kaitlin C. – Language Arts Tutor – Stevensville, ON
Brock UniversityIntegrated Studies
“Our job as teachers and tutors is to develop our students skills and help them reach their greatest potential.”
Kaitlin F. – Language Arts Tutor – Huntsville, ON
Brock UniversityEnglish and Literature
“I believe that every student is unique and therefore has a unique way of learning.”
Kaleigh R. – Language Arts Tutor – Madison, AL
Murray State UniversityElementary Education
“Every classroom presents a unique community of learners that varies in abilities and in learning styles.”
Kamina F. – Language Arts Tutor – Fayetteville, NC
Central Michigan UniversityBusiness Administration
“I believe that all students are a blank slate and can learn if they apply themselves.”
Kanchana I. – Language Arts Tutor – Tuscaloosa, AL
Florida International UniversityBiomedical Engineering
“I believe that, no matter who the student or what he/she studies, the best way for them to learn is engaging them and giving them the confidence to not only do the work, but teach the teacher.”
Kara L. – Language Arts Tutor – Kempton, PA
Kutztown UniversitySecondary Education-English
“I believe a good education is the foundation for a child’s future and the future of our society.”
Kara R. – Language Arts Tutor – Fredericton, NB
The University of New Brunswick Recreation and Sports Studies
“Regardless of any challenges in front of them, with the right help, all children can reach their full academic potential.”
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