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Galena G. – Math Tutor – Eudora, AR
University of Arkansas – Pine BluffEarly Chindhood Education
“The goal of education is to enrich the lives of students while producing articulate, expressive thinkers and lifelong learners.”
Gary R. – Math Tutor – Lebanon, TN
Cumberland UniversityM.A. in Education
“I listen carefully to the individual student and engage and closely monitor their daily assignments.”
Gene S. – Math Tutor – Cleveland Heights, OH
Cleveland State UniversityBusiness Economics; International Business
“A dedicated student can excel even in the most challenging subjects if that students puts forth the effort and works hard and seeks out available resources such as tutors.”
Genevieve L. – Math Tutor – Waterloo, ON
Wilfrid Laurier UniversityAnthropology
“While some have more difficulty, it is a good teacher that will be able to find a way for that child to learn.”
Georgina K. – Math Tutor – Winnipeg, MB
University of SaskatchewanElementary Education
“The key to learning is opening up a student’s mind to the possibilities ahead.”
Gerald C. – Math Tutor – West Hartford, CT
University of MassachusettsPolitical Science
“To encourage students to achieve their best the teacher must establish a relationship based upon mutual respect.”
Gillian T. – Math Tutor – Taylor, MI
University of MichiganMathematics
“I believe that each student is different in learning the beautiful subject of Math.”
Gisele C. – Math Tutor – Saskatoon, SK
Université de MonctonPhysical Education
“I have a genuine love for education (learning and teaching) and it brings me joy when I get my students to see the value in what they are learning.”
Gisele D. – Math Tutor – Riverview, NB
Crandall UniversityOrganizational Management
“My educational philosophy is to make the learners experience one that is an open dialogue that is respected between teacher and learner.”
Glen J. – Math Tutor – North Las Vegas, NV
University of California, San DiegoMathematics
“Students learn more easily about topics that they are passionate about learning and are relevant to their personal lives.”
Glenda B. – Math Tutor – Douglass, TX
Columbia UniversityMathematics
“Virtually every student can learn whatever is needed, if we start where we are and move forward in manageable steps.”
Gordon P. – Math Tutor – Brandon, MB
University of WinnipegHistory
“I believe that students should have equal opportunity to learn and get an education while being treated with dignity and respect.”
Graham P. – Math Tutor – Spooner, WI
University of North CarolinaPhilosophy
“All humans are naturally curious and this is the motive force of authentic education; the role of a teacher is not to dispense facts, but to help students to know themselves and the world in which they live; a good teacher is compassionate, intelligent, flexible, creative, open-minded, patient, curious, energetic, cooperative, farseeing, introspective, and happy.”
Gralyn R. – Math Tutor – Baton Rouge, LA
Nicholls State University and Louisiana State UniversityEnglish and History
“The most effective education is meaningful, and therefore, relevant. Hence, educators must strive to develop a relationship between the subject matter they teach and the students to whom they teach it.”
Grant H. – Math Tutor – Chapel Hill, NC
Northwestern UniversityDegree in Performance Studies
“Ideas are just waiting to be understood.”
Gregory H. – Math Tutor – Halifax, NS
Mount Allison UniversityPhilosophy; Psychology
“While having the correct tools to apply is important, it does not replace critical thinking; anyone can copy down a formula like F=MA, but without understanding the basic premise of how the parts relate conceptually, and what they mean, one will have a very difficult time of applying them effectively.”
Gretchen R. – Math Tutor – Bay St. Louis, MS
University of Southern MississippiAccounting
“As a teacher, I must determine how each student learns best and give each student the resources he/ she needs to be successful.”
Griffin W. – Math Tutor – Downers Grove, IL
Loyola University, ChicagoAmerican History
“I believe that learning is best accomplished in a collaborative environment, in which the student is taught in a manner that fosters participation and independent, critical thought.”
Gwen C. – Math Tutor – North Adams, MI
Eastern Michigan UniversityMathematics
“All students and all people come with their own stories and their own set of challenges.”
Gwennette Q. – Math Tutor – Palm Bay, FL
North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State UniversityElementary Education
“I believe that with the right support and instructional strategies that every student can be successful.”
Hanna B. – Math Tutor – Hamilton, ON
McMaster UniversityHonours Political Science and Health Studies
“My educational philosophy is that each student has their own strengths and weaknesses.”
Hannah B. – Math Tutor – Spokane, WA
Eugene Bible CollegeCounseling
“I believe that the ability to learn starts when a student feels valued as a person, and that their confidence grows when they feel cared for.”
Harlon W. – Math Tutor – Middlesboro, KY
Lindsey Wilson College, Columbia, KYHuman Services and Counseling
“Helping students learn effectively is an important role of a teacher.”
Harmanjit S. – Math Tutor – Oshawa, ON
Guru Nanak Dev UniversityPhysics, Mathematics
“I create a learner-centered and outcome-based learning environment, engaging students with the learning process at the intellectual level.”
Harold G. – Math Tutor – Somerville, MA
University of WaterlooMathematics
“I have developed over the years a strong identification with the greater majority of my students, endeavoring to engender in them the love of learning, with integrity and character.”
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