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Albert, a master tutor, was awarded a M.Ed. from Fairleigh Dickinson University and is currently working on his Ed.D. at Seton Hall University. In addition to pursuing his Doctorate, Al currently works as a Mathematics/ELA and Leadership Coach in several school districts. He has been an educator and senior educational administrator in New Jersey for more than 18 years. He has worked as a teacher, a central office administrator, an assistant principal, and a high school principal. Al gained valuable experience working in various counties across the state of New Jersey. He has a keen understanding of the needs, inadequacies and challenges of providing special services to students with special needs.... [More About Albert Gilson]
Alex, a master tutor, graduated from Montclair State University in 2011 and specialized in family and child studies. She has worked with children her entire life, from babysitting to daycare to tutoring to teaching. She has tutored a range of students from the elementary level to the high school level. She has experience teaching grades 3-6. She is currently an ENCORE teacher in the West Milford district, helping students in these grades with both ELA and math. Alex has a specialization in middle school math, where she taught 6th grade math for 3 years. Math has always been her strength and she enjoys watching students understand the concepts from her examples and connections. Her bubbly personality and her quick/comfortable rapport with her students allows them to feel comfortable to ask for help and understand the content. Alex has always loved working with children and looks forward to all of their 'Aha!' moments. Tutoring is something she would like to continue to do outside of her regular teaching position.... [More About Alexandra Stewart]
Alexis, a master tutor, holds a B.A. in English from Rutgers University and a M.Ed. from Fairleigh Dickinson University. She graduated Cum Laude from Rutgers and is a member of Phi Beta Kappa, the nation’s oldest academic honors society. She has a standard certificate from the New Jersey Department of Education, which licenses her to teach English k-12. Alexis currently teaches English/language arts to 10th graders and lives in Morristown with her three pets. In her spare time she enjoys reading, writing, watching old movies, and baking. Additionally, she is a published poet and has experience as a theater writer/director.... [More About Alexis Mojka]
Alfredo, an expert tutor, holds a M.B.A. and B.A. from Farleigh Dickinson University. He moved to the US from Peru in 1992. He is an experienced Spanish tutor that is able to tutor all levels.... [More About Alfredo Rainuzzo]
Alyssa, a master tutor, is an energetic, creative and kind elementary teacher. Alyssa graduated from Rowan University with a B.A. in elementary education with a coordinate major of math and science. She has passed both the middle school math and science Praxis II. Alyssa has attended professional development at both Columbia University's Teacher College and Rutgers University Reading and Writing Conference. She has 5 years of experience both in the middle school and elementary grades. Currently, she is a third grade teacher in Maplewood and is passionate about all aspects of literacy. She has experience tutoring students in grades kindergarten through fifth grade in both literacy and math. Her tutoring strategies focus on gearing the lessons towards the students' interests and abilities. Alyssa prides herself on making the learning process fun and engaging. Through mutual respect, she builds a relationship with the student that allows them to enjoy the learning process. In her spare time, Alyssa loves to read, craft and go shopping.... [More About Alyssa Olsen]
Amy, a master tutor, has almost 20 years of experience working with children with special needs. Amy is highly-skilled in teaching struggling readers and is certified in Special Education and Orton Gillingham trained. Amy is experienced with developing and implementing IEP goals to enhance student achievement. She can collaborate with teachers, child study teams, and parents for students with autism, learning disabilities, developmental delays, and behavioral issues. She is a kindhearted and empathetic professional who develops hands-on lessons and differentiates instruction to meet the needs of each individual child.... [More About Amy Bozzi]
Ana, an expert tutor, has a BS in Business Management and a minor in Biology from Grand Canyon University. She is an experienced tutor with both elementary school age students as well as junior high age students in Math, English, and Science. Ana loves working one-on-one with students and helping them achieve their goals. Writing and reading are two of her biggest passions, and sharing that with students is a pleasure. Ana comes from a family of teachers and understands what is needed to help a student be successful.... [More About Ana Gioffre]
Andrew, an expert tutor, is currently a computer science student in the College of Engineering at the University of Michigan. Andrew has been tutoring others since he was young and has experience working with kids in elementary school through high school. He has experience tutoring math (elementary through calculus), science (physics and chemistry), and programming (Java, C++, and MATLAB). Andrew also enjoys traveling, photography, and ice hockey.... [More About Andrew Schmidt]
Nelly, an expert tutor, is a licensed, practicing attorney with a B.S. Her science background allowed her to hone her knowledge of mathematics, and her expertise in English and writing is part of her daily professional life. She is eager to work with students of various ages and pass onto them the knowledge and skills that she has acquired. She has tutored her peers in mathematics throughout high school and at the beginning of college. Additionally, she has trained and supervised high school and college students during her judicial clerkship. Her responsibilities in that capacity included teaching high school and college interns the techniques and strategies to comprehend complex materials. She also provided instruction on drafting and revising memorandum and legal documents. The ultimate goal was to enhance their understanding of the legal system as well as developing exceptionally strong writing skills.
Furthermore, Nelly advises clients daily as part of her legal career, and she has worked with clients and witnesses of all ages, including children. Providing guidance to clients contains a teaching component. She can convey information patiently and effectively to anyone, regardless of his or her age or ability. Nelly is enthusiastic about tutoring and is looking forward to providing support, encouragement, and instilling confidence in the students she works with.
In her free time, Nelly enjoys reading, cooking, and hiking. She also takes care of her hamster named Claire Underwood. Nelly is of an Eastern European descent and speaks Ukrainian, Russian, and Polish.
Ashlee, an expert tutor, is a qualified, friendly, and experienced PreK through 3rd-grade tutor. She graduated from William Paterson with a B.A. in Psychology. Ashlee is confident in teaching both one-on-one and small group sessions. She is currently a teacher’s assistant in Livingston. Ashlee lives in Whippany with her dog and cat. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, traveling, and cooking.... [More About Ashlee DEgidio]
Ashley-Lynn, an expert tutor, is currently an environmental consultant with a private firm. She graduated with her B.S. of Sustainability Sciences in 2016 and her M.S. of Sustainability Sciences in 2017, with the high honors of summa cum laude. During her time in University, she was a teaching assistant for the Human Environment course at Montclair State University. Her tutoring experience has been varied over the past 8 years, with a background in Science, Math, US History and English. Her organizational skills and academic background also allow her to teach students the study skills, time management, and test taking techniques to be successful.
Ashley-Lynn is an outgoing individual with a creative tutoring style that stresses the fun of learning through interactive games and lessons for younger children or relevant content for older students. Ashley-Lynn is also fluent in Spanish, enjoys outdoor activities, and loves to sing. Her favorite Broadway show is "Hamilton: An American Musical" because it brings the vibrancy of music and theatre to the American revolution. She loves the unique way that history is taught and aims to do the same in her teaching. Ashley-Lynn looks forward to working with students of all ages as they dive headfirst into the exciting world of learning.
Barry, a master tutor, has a B.A. from Muhlenberg College and an M.A. from Seton Hall University. He is currently a teacher working in a self-contained classroom at a small school in Bergen Country. He has also worked many years as an in-class support teacher in a middle school. Barry's style is hands on, as he goes through the day with his students he modifies the curriculum, differentiating instruction to accommodate their needs and giving them as much time before and after school to help them feel successful. Barry also specializes in study skills and working with students with academic support. In the past, Barry has taught in a Resource Room teaching Math, Science, Social Studies, Science and Reading working with middle school classified students. He was able to get to know each student, find out what their interests were and incorporate that into his teaching plan. Barry made learning fun using videos, Microsoft Powerpoint presentations and various internet sites to enhance his instruction. Barry treats each student as an individual, encouraging them to work on their weaknesses, but use the strengths to their advantage. Additionally, Barry also has experience working with high school students in an alternative school setting teaching English and he has worked in a school with self-contained elementary students teaching all of the basic classes. Barry’s approach to tutoring is to find out where the difficulties are to learning the subject and use not only the curriculum that is given by the school, but also teacher made materials and various resources that he has used over the years in the classroom for instruction.... [More About Barry Schwartz]
Bob, a master tutor, graduated from Syracuse University with a B.A. in history and telecommunications management and also earned his M.A. in educational administration. Bob has been a teacher since 1984, and he consider it to be his life’s work. At present he is a history teacher at Madison High School in Madison, where he's taught for 25 years and is an adjunct professor in the history and social science department at Middlesex County College. He also has 8 years experience as an education professor teaching the New Pathways to Teaching in New Jersey (NPTNJ) courses, a state-approved alternate route program, at Raritan Valley Community College. Bob believes that students respond to creative, focused, personalized instruction, and that's how he approaches tutoring and teaching. He also strives to give his students the confidence and skills to succeed in any academic endeavor. When he's not teaching, Bob likes to swim, walk, read and tell funny stories.... [More About Bob Grundfest]
Brian, a master tutor, received his BA from Montclair State University and an MA in teaching from Monmouth University. He is certified to teach grades k-5 with an additional certification in middle school math. Brian is currently teaching 7th-grade math in Dover, after teaching 8th-grade math for 7 years. In addition to teaching, Brian coaches girls volleyball and spring track, and also runs the builders club, a community service organization. In his free time, Brian spends time with his wife and dog and plays kickball in a co-ed adult kickball league.... [More About Brian Burguillos]
Brian, a master tutor, is an experienced middle school teacher. He holds NJ State Certifications in Special Education, Social Studies, and K-6 Elementary School Education. He is also highly qualified in Mathematics and Science. He taught most recently as a 7th and 8th Grade Middle School Social Studies and ELA Teacher in the Somerville Public School District. Brian has worked extensively with special and general education students.
Brian graduated Summa Cum Laude from Ramapo Collge with an M.A. in Special Education. Prior to that, Brian graduated from Montclair State University in 2013 with a B.A. in History and a minor in Philosophy, as a member of Phi Alpha Theta: National History Honor Society. Topics and areas of expertise in mathematics: fractions, probability, ratios, word problems, linear equations, long division, algebra I, 2-D geometry, abstract numbers, and much more. Topics and areas of expertise in social studies/history including colonial, revolutionary, civics, geography, Civil War, African American history, Greco-Roman history.
Brian has tutored students from first-grade through junior college in urban and suburban settings. He brings a focus and dedication to his craft that inspires his clients. With an understanding that learners are individuals, Brian excels in presenting educational material using various strategies, in order to accommodate the learning strengths of his clients including visual, auditory, or kinesthetic modalities. Brian has worked with children across the academic and behavioral spectrum. Whenever possible Brian enjoys geocaching, reading epic fantasy novels, studying geopolitics, following pro sports, discovering adventures with his wife, and learning from his two young children.... [More About Brian ONeil]
Brian, an expert tutor, is a highly experienced math tutor. He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 2000 with a B.A. in mathematics. In 2009, he also earned an M.B.A. from The Wharton School. His experience with tutoring began as an undergraduate, where he was a top tutor his university's peer tutoring department. Since then, he has worked closely with students across a wide range of ages, from elementary school through the college level. Brian is passionate about teaching math and is especially good at breaking down difficult concepts in ways that are easy to understand. He believes that tutoring sessions should be a safe space for students to try new approaches to their work. Sessions should also be a time when students feel comfortable making mistakes, as mistakes can often lead to the best learning experiences.... [More About Brian Hong]
Carolina, a master tutor, graduated in May 2005 with a B.A. in early childhood education with a minor in psychology. She received her master's in school counseling in 2010. Carolina is an experienced k-5 elementary school teacher. She has over 10 years of teaching experience working for the Morris School District. She has taught kindergarten, 1st grade, and for the last 2 years has been the reading intervention teacher for k-5. Carolina currently lives in Union and loves to spend time with her two children in her spare time.... [More About Carolina Araujo]
Chaunte, a master tutor, graduated from Montclair State University with a B.A. in science and is a high school mathematics teacher at science Park High School in Newark, NJ. She has been teaching for ten years since 2006. Primary subjects taught are middle school, algebra I, and geometry. She likes incorporating puzzles into the lesson to help students master skills while solving brain-teasers. She is a mom of two boys in which she loves to explore the outdoors with them. Math vocabulary and understanding notations are very important to her and she believes they are very helpful especially with standardized testing. She loves math and loves when her students enjoy what they are learning.... [More About Chaunte Benekin]
Cherie K, a master tutor, holds an M.A. from Montclair State University. She is a lover of the English language who enjoys passing her enthusiasm for writing to students through creative learning techniques. Recently, for example, she helped her students remember grammar, punctuation, and spelling rules through mnemonics, a technique that research says doubles recall. She believes learning should be fun and that one need never be bored when they are learning English. Two books she is currently exploring are: A Creative Approach to Teaching Grammar (Peter Burrows) and Teach Like a Pirate (Dave Burgess).
She has had a varied career in writing: As a copywriter, she has written TV, radio, and print ads for such companies as McDonald’s, Roche Pharmaceuticals, Red Lobster Inns, and the Olive Gardens. As a marketing communications director, she has written speeches for the CEOs of some of America’s most visible companies. Her concern for the environment has led to the writing of dozens of op-ed pieces, letters to the editor, web site articles, and legal briefs. Most of all, though, she enjoys essay and research writing, which is what she presently teaches to students.
Cherie has done work toward the doctorate at Rutgers University, and holds three technical certifications from NJ Institute of Technology. Spare time is spent with her three cats, cooking vegetarian food, reading, and gardening organically.
Cheryl, a master tutor, graduated from New Jersey City University with a B.A. in history. She is a middle school math teacher and has been for 15 years. She is certified for 5th through 8th grade math, Common Core understanding of subject matter including algebra and geometry, k-5 elementary education Common Core understanding of language arts - writing as well as grammar, and social studies 5-12 understanding that not every child appreciates the early rise of the Americas. She enjoys teaching and has worked with a variety of learners. She plays tennis as well as swims. She enjoys reading and crocheting in her spare time.... [More About Cheryl Lewandoski]
Chris, an expert tutor, attended Gettysburg College for his undergraduate degree. He got his M.A. in management at the College of St. Elizabeth and is currently pursuing his master's in education through New Jersey City University's New Pathways to Teaching Program. Chris is currently a 6th grade math teacher at Central Middle School in Stirling, NJ. He lives in Morristown, NJ He is certified in middle school math, K-6 all subjects, and Special Education and has taught both Science and Math at the middle school level. His teaching experiences include both general education and special education (in-class support, resource room) settings. In his spare time he likes to exercise and relax with friends. He coaches basketball at Somerville High School and golf at Gil St. Bernard's.... [More About Chris Nevolo]
Claudia, a master tutor, is currently a graduate student at Montclair State University studying bilingual education. She has been a teacher for 10 years. Teaching in Bergen, Passaic and Essex counties. Claudia has been teaching in Newark Public Schools for the past 5 years. She has worked with students within different capacities, as a resource teacher working with students with specific learning disabilities, behavioral and multiple disabilities, grades pre-k through 5th grade. She has also taught dual language in English and Spanish. In addition, she has tutored elementary age children focusing on language arts, math, and ESL. Claudia believes that every child has the potential to overcome challenges and provides strategies to help students while making learning fun. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, doing community service, attending church, reading a good book, watching a play/ movie, traveling, eating different foods and being of service to others.... [More About Claudia Cano]
Corrine, a master tutor, is an energetic, dedicated professional elementary educator. Corrine graduated from DePaul University with a Masters in Elementary Education. She taught for 15 years in excellent school districts in Illinois and California before recently moving to New Jersey. Corrine has been trained in Orton-Gillingham and teaches students who need intensive reading instruction in the area of phonics and developing phonemic awareness. She also helps students develop reading comprehension and writing skills. Additionally, Corrine is a passionate primary math tutor. She has experience teaching Singapore Math and Eureka Math and uses math manipulatives and varied strategies to help students visualize and explain mathematical concepts. Currently, she is a dedicated full-time tutor who primarily works with students in grades kindergarten through fifth grade, though she can use Orton-Gillingham method with students of any age. Corrine works hard to establish a positive rapport with students to help them grow and achieve their goals. In her free time, Corrine is a dedicated mother who loves to spend time with her family, read and travel.... [More About Corrine Norton]
Dan, a master tutor, graduated with a B.M. in professional performance at the prestigious Berklee College of Music in 2005. After graduating, he worked as a freelance musician, tutoring and doing pick up work in the New England area and at sea for the Holland America Line. He worked for 3 years in the Newark public district as an Instrumental Music teacher and currently maintains a private lesson studio, serving students all over NJ. He is an active member in several bands in the NJ/NYC area and does studio production and composition for fun. His students held 1st and 2nd chair (out of 2) in the Central NJ Regions Jazz Band on alto saxophone this year. When Dan is not behind the horn or the studio desk, you'll find him at a performance car meet or on Xbox Live.... [More About Dan Perez]
Dan, a master tutor, is currently in his thirteenth year as an educator, having taught English Language Arts in grades 6-8. During this time he has had the pleasure of working with a vast array of students and ability levels. For the past six years, Dan has worked with struggling readers and students who have been classified with either IEP or 504 plans, helping them to succeed in the classroom in ways many of them thought they never could. Dan also has extensive experience working as a private tutor providing everything from assistance with school work to enrichment activities for students looking for an extra challenge. As well as English Language Arts, Dan has an extensive background in Social Studies, which he also enjoys tutoring.... [More About Dan Diaz]
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