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Sean D.

All in all, I'm a down to earth tutor who enjoys spending his time volunteering, working in a microbiology lab, and tutoring students. I am friendly, dedicated, and refuse to accept plateaus in my career and academic performance. I have a passion for the sciences, and aspire to one day becoming a surgeon. Privately, I've tutored a multitude of different students, within a large age and subject range. I've tutored the undergraduate sciences, including Biology, Physics, Chemistry, and Organic Chemistry to members of Brooklyn College, and I've tutored children in grades K-12 in the sciences, math, and language arts. Each one of my students have enjoyed and benefited from my customized lesson plans and love for teaching. Making money comes second to the learning of the students-as a tutor, I've frequently stayed beyond scheduled hours and I communicate with my students via email. I've also tutored under a contract with 1On1AcademicTutors, which provides tutoring to underprivileged children through the New York State Education Department Supplemental Educational Services program. As a tutor, I've created my own lesson plans, developed my own teaching style, and taught K-12 math and language arts. Measured by pre/post-op student testing, I have demonstrated the ability to significantly improve each student's ability to meet their grade's standards of education. Tutoring allowed me to pass on learning methods I've developed as a struggling student through high school, and has fostered my secondary love of teaching. My time as tutor has taught me how to effectively convey my thoughts to students of all ages. Overall, I have over three full years of extensive teaching experience. As a student through high school, my performance was anything but stellar. It wasn't until my my freshman year in Brooklyn College did I realize a change was necessary, and that I would need to change my study habits and methods in order to be the perfect student I had always wanted to be. Through a lot of hard work and self exploration, I developed methods of studying and learning that led me to achieve an exceptional GPA and recognition via the Dean's List every semester I've been an undergraduate. It wasn't long before I realized other students faced the problems of self confidence and poor academic habits that I once had, and I thus began my journey as an educator. As a tutor, I have shared my technique of teaching, which involves changing the student's attitude towards learning, and have successfully affected student grades and confidence about learning. Instead of just glossing over topics and forcing the student to learn on their own as do teachers in many schools I've been advocate, I stress the importance of learning incrementally as we go, as most subject matter requires the constant reference to past material in order to understand the new. Privately, I've tutored a multitude of different students, within a large age and subject range. I've tutored the undergraduate sciences, including Biology, Physics, Chemistry, and Organic Chemistry to members of Brooklyn College, and I've tutored children in grades K-12 in the sciences, math, and language arts. Each one of my students have enjoyed and benefited from my customized lesson plans and love for teaching. Making money comes second to the learning of the students-as a tutor, I've frequently stayed beyond scheduled hours and I communicate with my students via email. I've also tutored under a contract with 1On1AcademicTutors, which provides tutoring to underprivileged children through the New York State Education Department Supplemental Educational Services program. As a tutor, I've created my own lesson plans, developed my own teaching style, and taught K-12 math and language arts. Measured by pre/post-op student testing, I have demonstrated the ability to significantly improve each student's ability to meet their grade's standards of education. Tutoring allowed me to pass on learning methods I've developed as a struggling student through high school, and has fostered my secondary love of teaching. My time as tutor has taught me how to effectively convey my thoughts to students of all ages. Overall, I have over three full years of extensive teaching experience. As a student through high school, my performance was anything but stellar. It wasn't until my my freshman year in Brooklyn College did I realize a change was necessary, and that I would need to change my study habits and methods in order to be the perfect student I had always wanted to be. Through a lot of hard work and self exploration, I developed methods of studying and learning that led me to achieve an exceptional GPA and recognition via the Dean's List every semester I've been an undergraduate. It wasn't long before I realized other students faced the problems of self confidence and poor academic habits that I once had, and I thus began my journey as an educator. As a tutor, I have shared my technique of teaching, which involves changing the student's attitude towards learning, and have successfully affected student grades and confidence about learning. Instead of just glossing over topics and forcing the student to learn on their own as do teachers in many schools I've been advocate, I stress the importance of learning incrementally as we go, as most subject matter requires the constant reference to past material in order to understand the new.Fun Facts: I love to fence on my spare time, and I dedicate myself to a lab in Brooklyn College working on the occurrence of methicillin-resistance Staphylococcus Aureus in the New York City MTA. I have volunteered in hospitals and food pantries, and just recently I have spent a full month as a medical intern in Kenya, where I shadowed physicians as they did their daily rounds.

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All in all, I'm a down to earth tutor who enjoys spending his time volunteering, working in a microbiology lab, and tutoring students. I am friendly, dedicated, and refuse to accept plateaus in my career and academic performance. I have a passion for the sciences, and aspire to one day becoming a surgeon. Privately, I've tutored a multitude of different students, within a large age and subject range. I've tutored the undergraduate sciences, including Biology, Physics, Chemistry, and Organic Chemistry to members of Brooklyn College, and I've tutored children in grades K-12 in the sciences, math, and language arts. Each one of my students have enjoyed and benefited from my customized lesson plans and love for teaching. Making money comes second to the learning of the students-as a tutor, I've frequently stayed beyond scheduled hours and I communicate with my students via email. I've also tutored under a contract with 1On1AcademicTutors, which provides tutoring to underprivileged children through the New York State Education Department Supplemental Educational Services program. As a tutor, I've created my own lesson plans, developed my own teaching style, and taught K-12 math and language arts. Measured by pre/post-op student testing, I have demonstrated the ability to significantly improve each student's ability to meet their grade's standards of education. Tutoring allowed me to pass on learning methods I've developed as a struggling student through high school, and has fostered my secondary love of teaching. My time as tutor has taught me how to effectively convey my thoughts to students of all ages. Overall, I have over three full years of extensive teaching experience. As a student through high school, my performance was anything but stellar. It wasn't until my my freshman year in Brooklyn College did I realize a change was necessary, and that I would need to change my study habits and methods in order to be the perfect student I had always wanted to be. Through a lot of hard work and self exploration, I developed methods of studying and learning that led me to achieve an exceptional GPA and recognition via the Dean's List every semester I've been an undergraduate. It wasn't long before I realized other students faced the problems of self confidence and poor academic habits that I once had, and I thus began my journey as an educator. As a tutor, I have shared my technique of teaching, which involves changing the student's attitude towards learning, and have successfully affected student grades and confidence about learning. Instead of just glossing over topics and forcing the student to learn on their own as do teachers in many schools I've been advocate, I stress the importance of learning incrementally as we go, as most subject matter requires the constant reference to past material in order to understand the new. Privately, I've tutored a multitude of different students, within a large age and subject range. I've tutored the undergraduate sciences, including Biology, Physics, Chemistry, and Organic Chemistry to members of Brooklyn College, and I've tutored children in grades K-12 in the sciences, math, and language arts. Each one of my students have enjoyed and benefited from my customized lesson plans and love for teaching. Making money comes second to the learning of the students-as a tutor, I've frequently stayed beyond scheduled hours and I communicate with my students via email. I've also tutored under a contract with 1On1AcademicTutors, which provides tutoring to underprivileged children through the New York State Education Department Supplemental Educational Services program. As a tutor, I've created my own lesson plans, developed my own teaching style, and taught K-12 math and language arts. Measured by pre/post-op student testing, I have demonstrated the ability to significantly improve each student's ability to meet their grade's standards of education. Tutoring allowed me to pass on learning methods I've developed as a struggling student through high school, and has fostered my secondary love of teaching. My time as tutor has taught me how to effectively convey my thoughts to students of all ages. Overall, I have over three full years of extensive teaching experience. As a student through high school, my performance was anything but stellar. It wasn't until my my freshman year in Brooklyn College did I realize a change was necessary, and that I would need to change my study habits and methods in order to be the perfect student I had always wanted to be. Through a lot of hard work and self exploration, I developed methods of studying and learning that led me to achieve an exceptional GPA and recognition via the Dean's List every semester I've been an undergraduate. It wasn't long before I realized other students faced the problems of self confidence and poor academic habits that I once had, and I thus began my journey as an educator. As a tutor, I have shared my technique of teaching, which involves changing the student's attitude towards learning, and have successfully affected student grades and confidence about learning. Instead of just glossing over topics and forcing the student to learn on their own as do teachers in many schools I've been advocate, I stress the importance of learning incrementally as we go, as most subject matter requires the constant reference to past material in order to understand the new.Fun Facts: I love to fence on my spare time, and I dedicate myself to a lab in Brooklyn College working on the occurrence of methicillin-resistance Staphylococcus Aureus in the New York City MTA. I have volunteered in hospitals and food pantries, and just recently I have spent a full month as a medical intern in Kenya, where I shadowed physicians as they did their daily rounds.

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Type of Tutoring In-Person, One-on-one
Locations Your Office, Student's Home
Degrees

Brooklyn College
Bachelor's

Tutoring Subjects

Tests: ACT English, AP Chemistry, AP English Literature and Composition, AP Physics C: Mechanics, AP Spanish Literature and Culture, MCAT Writing, SAT Chemistry

Business: Accounting

Science: Environmental Science, Materials Science, Microbiology

Elementary Topics: Elementary Math, Social Studies

Mathematics: Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry

English Language Arts: Reading Comprehension

History: History of Education

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Location
  4200 South Freeway Suite 608, Fort Worth, TX 76115
Phone
  (646) 448-8183
Website
  frogtutoring.com

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In 2009, Roland Omene, a TCU bio-chemistry graduate, founded Frog Tutoring. The company originated in Fort Worth, TX, and is quickly expanding to cities all over the country. Frog Tutoring was founded under the belief that all students deserve tutoring regardless of age. We believe the first step in successful tutoring is finding the “right” tutor. That is why we only hire the top students and graduates from local colleges in the area. Each one of our well-trained tutors specializes in at least one area of expertise and is eager to aid in the academic success of the students they tutor. Frog Tutors are not just intelligent individuals, but role models who inspire their students to achieve success both academically and personally. - See more at: http://frogtutoring.com/about_us#sthash.ov47ISCO.dpuf

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