Please note that all sessions are done online, on the platform of your choice (Skype, Discord & Twitch).
Online tutoring is an excellent choice for parents that need cheaper rates, flexible scheduling and an environment that their child is comfortable in (no place is comfier that in front of the computer at home). Though many parents are initially skeptical, they find that for subjects like Math and English that involve going through work one-on-one, Skype is often more than enough.
If you’d like more than what’s here, I can link you to my ghostwriting site with a pretty in-depth bio. That being said, I’m a professional ghostwriter, someone that writes books, website content and short stories for people. Most of my time is spent either reading or writing content for people with time here and there for road trips, camping and other small retreats. My schedule is built around long-term deadlines for book chapters and blogs, leaving me a flexible day-to-day schedule for tutoring, meetings and conference calls. I’m happy to accommodate to most schedules.
I began tutoring in middle school through my associated student body who ran after school sessions for quarterly benchmark tests, midterms and finals. When I was a freshman in high school, I began tutoring privately and helping people in the area. That’s something I’ve continued doing up to today, even through trips to Japan, South Korea and Hong Kong (my favorite place in the world!). While in high school I also began the unfortunate business of writing papers for others, which while shady, ended up developing some serious research-writing skills and by my senior year I was helping people write their master theses and research proposals. Today, I still do help graduates though in a co-researcher capacity.
What does the average session look like?
For writing students, I assign a paper that we go through in each subsequent session. I share my screen as a digital whiteboard where the student can see changes and highlights I make to their paper in real-time. I answer any questions that they had about the work and typically have some sort of lesson planned on a topic they struggle with (eg: spelling, grammar, researching, paper structure, thesis work, reading comprehension, argumentative techniques).
For math and other students, we go through example problems on a digital whiteboard in real time. Furthermore, we work through any homework that the student has and they are encouraged to take notes on their end. For a visual example of this, feel free to Google ‘Khan Academy’ whose style I closely follow.
English (Writing & Reading): 35/hr
Math & Other Subjects: 30/hr
Prep Work (creating lesson plans, tests, prompts, or extra work): 20/hr
For more info or to schedule an appointment, feel free to call or text me: