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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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Shyla M. – Language Arts Tutor – Thunder Bay, ON
Laurentian UniversityPsychology
“My teaching philosophy focuses on student success through an innovative, safe and inclusive learning environment.”
Somdatta G. – Language Arts Tutor – Sugar Land, TX
University of MassachusettsEducation (ELA)
“Education is a journey to rethink and let others be enlightened.”
Sonia L. – Language Arts Tutor – Kitchener, ON
University of WaterlooEnglish Literature and Drama
“Once a student believes in their own potential, their ability is limitless.”
Sonia A. – Language Arts Tutor – Burnaby, BC
University of OttawaEnglish
“I believe that teaching needs to have open communication between a teacher and a student.”
Sonya I. – Language Arts 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 T. – Language Arts 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. – Language Arts 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. – Language Arts 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. – Language Arts 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. – Language Arts 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 G. – Language Arts Tutor – Northampton, MA
Smith CollegeSociology, Study of Women and Gender
“I believe every student learns differently and that it is the responsibility of the teacher to make sure that every student is engaged.”
Stephanie R. – Language Arts Tutor – Stoneboro, PA
Edinboro University of PennsylvaniaSecondary English Education
“A Chinese proverb states, “Tell me and I forget. Show me and I remember. Involve me and I understand”. This simple statement speaks volumes about how people learn and how teachers should react to this learning.”
Stephanie S. – Language Arts Tutor – Memphis, TN
University of MemphisEarly Childhood Education and Development
“I believe every child can learn but not all children learn the same way.”
Stephanie H. – Language Arts Tutor – Abbotsford, BC
Simon Fraser UniversityHistory Psychology
“Students have the ability to reach their potential with a supportive individualised environment.”
Stephanie M. – Language Arts Tutor – Corunna, ON
University of WindsorPsychology
“As an educator, I want to inspire my students to be lifelong learners – opening doors to the exciting world around them.”
Stephanie B. – Language Arts 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.”
Stephanie B. – Language Arts Tutor – Jasper, ON
Trent UniversityEnglish
“As an educator I will promote and enhance critical thinking, while striving to simultaneously make learning fun and exciting.”
Stephanie G. – Language Arts Tutor – Northville, MI
University of MichiganEnglish
“Students are the most motivated to learn when they see the relevance of the material they are learning to the outside world.”
Stephen S. – Language Arts Tutor – Philadelphia, PA
Temple UniversityFinance
“In order for students to completely benefit, the teacher has to realize their role in the process of education.”
Stepheon W. – Language Arts Tutor – Miami, FL
Florida International UniversityEnglish
“I believe students have the ability to learn and reach maximum potential once they understand and learn their learning modality.”
Steven C. – Language Arts Tutor – West Palm Beach, FL
Florida Atlantic University Elementary Education
“My philosophy is that a great teacher loves what he/she is teaching.”
Steven D. – Language Arts 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.”
Suisui Z. – Language Arts Tutor – Regina, SK
University of ReginaEconomics
“I believe that the goal of education is to enrich the lives of students while producing articulate, expressive thinkers and lifelong learners who are socially responsible, resilient and active citizens of the world.”
Summer B. – Language Arts Tutor – Lexington, TN
University of TennesseeSecondary English Education
“Every child can learn but not every child learns the same way.”
Susan R. – Language Arts Tutor – Gainesville, GA
St. Ambrose UniversityPsychology
“Working as a team, both the teacher and student can explore, learn and apply new information.”
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