Teaching, tutoring, working with students and their families is my passion and I have many years of experience in the field of education. My first tutoring job began at 16 years old at a Kumon Franchise, where I tutored elementary kids in math and reading, according to the Kumon curriculum. In high school and college, I assisted my peers in homework help and test prep, and joined tutoring companies and elementary schools to work as an academic consultant. I've ... See more
My GREATEST joy is watching a student transition from a shy, fearful speaker into a confident, articulate speaker!!
Hi! I'm Kristi Johnson and I LOVE Public Speaking!!
If you don't, it's okay. Hey! I get it. I'm still trying to conquer my fear of dogs. Sounds crazy, right? Don't laugh at me and I won't laugh at you. :)
Many people (in fact 4 out of 10 people) simply don't like public speaking, fear ... See more
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I've been tutoring for over ten years, starting when in I was in high school at Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology. While through Yale and Rice I wanted to be a professor, instead I decided to work with younger people and become a high school physics teacher here in Houston. I can teach almost anything, having spent way too long in school, and not just STEM subjects - at Yale I was offered a position as a ... See more
I specialize in English, writing, reading, and comprehension in all ages. I have a double minor in Education and African American Studies. My other specialties are History and Exam Prep in all ages. I took all AP courses in high school, so I am proficient in those subjects as well. I truly care about the growth and learning of my students and will dedicate as much time that is needed for anyone that I am tutoring or teaching.
Professor of History and Government at Lone Star College for four years. Taught 100 college classes, over 2,000 students, graded thousands of students essays. Published five academic articles, English is my first language and I am proficient in Spanish. Traveled in 25 countries. I have helped thousands of students with their writing and am eager to help students succeed. Taught: American Government, American History, International Relations, Comparative Politics, Political Theory, Introduction to Political Science, Texas Government, American History, World ... See more
Hi, my name is Kim. I tutor in all subjects but my strengths are in math and science. I majored in Fine Arts but have completed pre-med courses.
I enjoy getting to know my students on an individual basis and making learning fun. I tutor in person. My goal is to make sure each student has a full grasp of the subjects they are working on. I believe learning is an individual process and I feel it is my ... See more
I have a BA in French and Education studies from Bowdoin College, and an MA in International Education from NYU. I have a passion for language and education, and have always worked in settings that combine the two. I have learned and spoken French since the age of 5, studied in Paris all of my junior year in college, given private French lessons, and will begin teaching middle school French this fall.
I am also fluent in Spanish, and have ... See more
Hey there!!! I have been a teacher and a counselor in the school for over 10 years. I am now working in private practice as a counselor, life coach, and tutor because I know that not all kids work well within a traditional school setting. I want to be able to help students in a way that fits THEIR needs, not the way they have been told they are SUPPOSED to learn or SUPPOSED to understand. I truly have a ... See more
I'm a Suzuki-trained violinist and singer, a graduate of the University of Houston, and have studied music and theater for the majority of my life! I'm based in Houston and have performed in opera and with various musical theater companies in the Houston area. Even though I've focused on classical music for most of my career, I love branching out into different styles, particularly Celtic, Texan, Jewish, Romani, and even a bit of Zydeco.
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Houston is a city that plays a major role in America’s space exploration program. But if you are in high school right now taking a science class you might feel like you could never work with NASA. That is fair, and you might not be the next great scientific mind but you can absolutely get through this time in your life. All you need is the help of a Houston tutor who specializes in science.
Maybe you are in a physics class and feeling completely baffled. From the first day you walked into the class you knew that you were not going to be able to hang. That is the first mistake that you made right off the bat and it is going to really affect the way that you are able to work in this class. You have to alter the manner in which you are holding yourself. Keep your head up and make sure that you do all that you can.
But when that is not enough it is ok to think about what happens next. That is where our tutors in Houston will come into play. A physics tutor who has a degree in physics and has also been working in the industry for several years as a tutor is going to make sure you are in the right headspace.
Your tutor will help you redeem yourself and pull yourself out of this hole that you have dug for yourself. By giving you study skills and spending time with you on the subject matter you will be able to prevail in this class. As mentioned, you might never be NASA ready but you will be ready to handle this high school level science course.
I am a 20 year vet educator. I have tireless dedicated my life to the betterment of children through music, math, reading, and STEM whether in the public or private sector. I have experience teaching English abroad in China and Kuwait. I have an extensive background in Mathematics. I am also Montessori Certified and have previously been Certified in 4th-8th grade Math.
Hello! I'm a current student at the University of Houston, I'm majoring in Political Science. I'm a strong advocate for fair education for all. I'm also a 1st generation bilingual student and understand the struggles many students face. Thus, I'm a patient and understanding tutor.
I emphasize the critical thinking skills to help solve problems and understand mathematics. I'll help you identify areas you might be struggling with and try to make real world connections when possible.
Hello there! My name is David Polanco, I am your tutor, and not only that, your friend. A little bit about me: I grew up in Houston, Texas. I have a great passion for playing sports, such as, playing soccer or things such as basketball. Remember, whatever you put your mind to , you can do it!
Hello! I graduated from Texas A&M University in College Station on May 2017 with a Bachelors of Science in Allied Health. I have tutored children ages from 3-11 yrs old at South Knoll Elementary School. I love working with children and I am currently in the process to become teacher certified.
Looking forward to explaining difficult subjects! Very patient and won't mind repeating myself!
Hi my name is mykira, and i’m so excited to be tutoring this year !
I graduated from University of Houston with a Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering and a minor in Mathematics. I believe that math concepts are easiest to learn when they are taught side by side with their real world applications. I really strive to break down and present concepts in a way that is manageable, understandable, and fun to all age ranges. My goal is to help you succeed, whether it be working through homework or preparing for your next exam.
I have 2+ years of personal tutoring experience. I can help with primary, secondary and higher education math and english courses as well as certain business class such as Accounting 1 & 2, Principles of Finance, etc.
I worked with children with Autism for 10 years and my kiddos taught me how to be creative in my teaching and cater to each individual's learning styles. Teaching is definitely my calling and I enjoy every second of it. I lived in Japan for 7 years and I am fluent in it. It is my fourth language. Learning language is easy if you are having fun and not worry about making mistakes.
You have to lift yourself up off the floor if you are struggling in your English class in college. You probably skipped several classes and did not take this class seriously because it is a pre-requisite and not in line with your actual major. But now your grade is to a point where it almost cannot be salvaged and you do not know what to do.
Your professor has lost all patience because your attendance is low and you are so far behind that you just want to drop the class. But before you even think about talking to your advisor you need to talk with one of our English tutors. When you get Houston tutoring from HeyTutor you are giving yourself a reason to hold on. It might feel like you are headed toward a breakdown but you are not crazy.
You just need to reprioritize and put your academics first. Right now you are just a little impaired but soon enough you are going to look back at this class and remember all you went through to pass it. Tutoring in Houston is not something that is going to stress you out any longer. At HeyTutor we do all the work to find you a match so that you are able to be the best possible student now and later on. When you stay with your tutor and trus them they are going to be able to expand your mind.
Mrs. Claudia excellent teacher for the kids, and we enjoy her. I appreciate your patience working with them and her creativity in teaching the kids. She comes with a lot of wisdom and expertise in her field.
I had no problems meeting with this tutor. She is willing to help and can check up on you many times. She is always available so you can check with her if anything happens. Great tutor, best of luck to her.
Miss Ali is amazing. Very attentive and knew what works best for my son. I don't think I have to look elsewhere for a tutor.
Ben Lash was excellent with me. Patient. Competent. Excellent instructor. Thank you Ben Lash.