8 Study Skills Tutors Found Near Tacoma, WA



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Julianna S.

Study Skills Tutor

Spanaway, WA 98387

Will travel 20 miles

$35 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

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Exuberant Language Arts, Writing, General Tutor

I have a Bachelor's of Science in English Education from Olivet Nazarene University. I have tutored children in various subjects such as general second grade studies as well as assisted students in their educational journey through reading and writing. In tutoring students through specific studies I have gained knowledge on how to best assist students to be persistent in keeping up with their studies in other subjects. My exuberance for teaching comes from a great love and passion for aiding students who need assistance in their educational journey. I am a 2013 graduate with a Bachelor's in En [more]


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Wendy S.

Study Skills Tutor

Tacoma, WA 98465

Will travel 15 miles

$30 per hour.

4.96 28 ratings

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40 years tutoring, 25 years as private school teacher

As a teacher, I help students with study skills. I am currently employed by the Tacoma Public Schools as an AVID tutor, taking training and implementing this training in the classroom which includes organization, study skills, and Cornell Notes. This program helps students be successful in Middle and High School, as well as prepares them for success in college. I have taught full time in private schools from Kindergarten to 8th grade for over ten years. I have taught part-time as well for another ten. I have been tutoring for about 40 years. I love working with children and teens, helping them [more]


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Christi E.

Study Skills Tutor

Tacoma, WA 98445

Will travel 15 miles

$40 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

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Professional Elementary Education Tutor

As a classroom teacher, I have worked with students to find out what learning style best helps them to obtain the most information in the way that is best for them. Some students are auditory, some are visual, and some are kinesthetic learners. There are some that need more than one modality to help them learn. Once I discover which learning style(s) the individual student needs, I can develop strategies to help him/her best achieve success. I have been a full-time 3rd grade teacher in Arizona for three years. Additionally, I have over 18 years worth of experience as a guest teacher in gr [more]


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Paolo L.

Study Skills Tutor

Tacoma, WA 98402

Will travel 30 miles

$50 per hour.

4.88 203 ratings

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Paolo: Writing Specialist for All Ages/Levels. Basic K-12 & More

Much of my work as an in-home tutor revolves around improving the overall study skills of my students in order to better motivate them to do their work outside of our time together. By getting to know each student on a more personal level, I am able to address their concerns and their issues that may be hampering their studying. I have experience working to help motivate students from 6-year-olds, to high school students who need to find a way to personally manage all their activities and subjects. [more]


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Kevin D.

Study Skills Tutor

Gig Harbor, WA 98335

Will travel 10 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 140 ratings

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Set Yourself Apart!

The different approaches to learning including organization, processing new information, retention, and ability to demonstration in settings to include instruction and evaluation. This set of skills is important in the academic process and critical to grasping concepts in a time sensitive world. Teaching these skills has been the backbone of my arsenal as an instructor of 24 years. The ability to react in a fire hose environment, and the discipline to stay the course during a slower pace are necessary to achieve higher learning in a classroom setting. This, coupled with repetition, approp [more]


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Bill N.

Study Skills Tutor

Gig Harbor, WA 98335

Will travel 5 miles

$45 per hour.

4.94 199 ratings

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Bill-Biology (AP and college), Algebra I/II, precalc, geometry, ASVAB

College graduate with BS in Zoology from BYU, an MA in Information Management from Webster University, and currently working on a second MS degree in Aeronautical Science from Embry-Riddle University. I am an retired Air Force pilot with 25 years service. I have completed four graduate level military courses. While in high school, college, and the military I took and taught multiple study skills courses which were essential in order to keep up with the strict academic and professional environment. The current MS program I'm involved in requires up to 20 hours/week for course such as aerody [more]


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Christina M.

Study Skills Tutor

Lakewood, WA 98499

Will travel 40 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 69 ratings

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Study German, Russian, Polish or Czech with an experienced PhD

I have been coaching students in study skills since the 1980's, when I was a peer tutor in high school, helping my classmates write notes, study before exams and write essays. I continued this as an undergraduate, when I was a specially trained peer writing tutor at an Ivy League college. As an lecturer in a liberal arts college and teaching assistant in graduate school, I was also responsible for making sure that students knew how to study the material, which I did through leading discussions on readings and helping students take notes, study for exams and write papers. [more]


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Richard M.

Study Skills Tutor

Seattle, WA 98198

Will travel 30 miles

$20 per hour.

4.92 12 ratings

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Richard: Friendly easygoing teacher years of computer and ESL training

My study skills were abysmal in high school ? I was bored all of the time and with the exception of one teacher, I was never challenged in any subject. When it came time to take the ACT?s, I did no preparation and finished in the 97% to 99% range so I went off to college thinking that it would be ?a piece of cake?. I was so wrong. Suddenly, I found myself among a very different population then my small high school. I did very very badly and quit and joined the military. On my return from the military I got serious about study habits, techniques and structuring my approach to learning and [more]