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SchoolTutoring Academy offers Study-Skills 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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Robert A. – Study Skills Tutor – London, ON
University of TorontoHistory, Geography, and Media
“Students need to be aware of their learning style, how they study, what environment they work best in, and how they best organize information.”
Rochelle F. – Study Skills Tutor – London, ON
York UniversityPhilosophy
“My overall aim is to help build strong study habits, rather than simply relaying facts to the student, so that each is armed with the tools they need to succeed in every academic endeavour they take on, long after I have stopped tutoring them.”
Ronald F. – Study Skills Tutor – Cerritos, LA
California State University English Literature: Rhetoric and Composition
“Success is not measured by grades but by grit, determination, the thirst for knowledge, and drive to excel.”
Rufina C. – Study Skills Tutor – Clay, NY
LeMoyne CollegeEnglish, Teaching
“I believe that all students should be taught by passionate teachers.”
Ruth B. – Study Skills Tutor – Regina, SK
University of WinnipegBiochemistry
“It is my passion to help students reach their fullest potential while providing a secure, caring, supportive and stimulating teaching environment for them.”
Ryan L. – Study Skills Tutor – Ottawa, ON
Memorial University of NewfoundlandEnglish
“I believe finding the right way to present the material is very important when teaching a student.”
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Sal G. – Study Skills Tutor – Toronto, ON
Carleton UniversityPolitical Science
“Education is most effective when learning is student oriented and where individual differences, learning styles and challenges are recognized.”
Samantha G. – Study Skills Tutor – Huntsville, AL
Oakwood UniversityElementary Education
“My goal as a teacher/tutor is to ignite curiosity and excitement within my students.”
Samantha E. – Study Skills Tutor – Markham, ON
Trent UniversityEnglish Literature and History
“Learners require choice in the classroom that allows them to not only utilize their unique skill set, but also challenge their comfort level.”
Samantha K. – Study Skills Tutor – Toronto, ON
University of TorontoPsychology and Cinema Studies
“Learning is a multisensory process so I always encourage my students to use visual, auditory and tactile methods when learning new material.”
Samantha F. – Study Skills Tutor – Toronto, ON
University of TorontoEnglish, Geography
“I understand that every student is unique, and my duty as a teacher is to ensure that I adapt my teaching methods and strategies to suit every child.”
Samantha F. – Study Skills Tutor – North Bay, ON
Nipissing UniversityHistory
“I believe that it is important to educate the whole child.”
Sana G. – Study Skills Tutor – Edmonton, AB
Northern Alberta Institute of TechnologyComputers and Information Technology
“I believe that each child is a unique individual who needs a secure, caring, and stimulating atmosphere in which to grow and mature emotionally, intellectually, physically, and socially.”
Sandra N. – Study Skills Tutor – Denver, CO
University of Alabama at BirminghamBiology
“My educational philosophy begins with this question, “What special skills and knowledge learned in the classroom will make students life-long learners?””
Sara Z. – Study Skills Tutor – Ventura, CA
California State: Channel IslandsLiberal Studies, Teaching and Learning
“Teachers wear many different hats and it’s up to us to ensure the well-being of the whole child.”
Sarah M. – Study Skills Tutor – Colorado Springs, CO
University of Colorado, Colorado SpringsMechanical Engineering
“It is important to pursue in education so that one can pursue their dreams in what they want to do with this one gift of life.”
Sarah B. – Study Skills Tutor – Montreal, QC
Concordia UniversityEnglish, Writing
“In order to instill critical thinking and open-mindedness in students, I believe a learning environment must be a safe place for students to share ideas, enact a variety and flow of learning strategies, and allow for innovative and thoughtful assignments.”
Sarah B. – Study Skills Tutor – Ajax, ON
University of TorontoEnglish
“I believe that every student can achieve success when given the right tools.”
Sarah O. – Study Skills Tutor – Barksdale, LA
University of Hawaii at ManoaBiology
“My educational philosophy is that any child can learn anything if it is taught the right way.”
Sarah R. – Study Skills Tutor – Winnipeg, MB
University of ManitobaEnglish
“I want create lessons that peak my class’ interest, inspire them, develop independence, so that not only do they learn but become life-long learners.I like to be creative and take risks with my lessons, it does not always work but it helps me reflect, re-evaluate, and adapt my plan.”
Sarah C. – Study Skills Tutor – Hannon, ON
McMaster UniversityApplied Science
“Each student is their own individual that should be provided with a learning environment that is safe, encouraging and stimulating.

Sasha E. – Study Skills Tutor – Kelowna, BC
University of British ColumbiaSecondary Education
“I think teachers should learn their student’s interests and what they love about their education, and base their lessons around that.”
Serge C. – Study Skills Tutor – Ottawa, ON
University of OttawaBiology
“The best way to teach something is by putting yourself in the students perspective.”
Shamus B. – Study Skills Tutor – Fort Erie, ON
Lakehead UniversityKinesiology
“Education is about building relationships.”
Shauna K. – Study Skills Tutor – Los Gatos, CA
University of California San DiegoBiology
“Education should cultivate each persons’ interests and talents.”
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