Premier Ivy League Tutoring

Premier Ivy League Tutoring

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2 years in business

About this tutor

• M.A. in Art Education and Clinical Psychology from Columbia University

B.F.A in Fine Arts and Design from the University of Southern California.

• Experience with Art & Design and Individualized Teaching

• 5-year professional digital product & branding designer 

• Experience with running and teaching Art and Design online education program in China and the US

• Provide ADD/ADHD advisory: time management, mental health, and academic advisory

6 years of teaching experience working with kids from all ages and adult learners, provide premier tutoring on all subjects

•  My best-rated subjects are:

• Art: Prepare for AP Test, Develop Art School Entrance Portfolio, General Development, or Help with a Specific Topic or Skill (such as Drawing, Painting, Sculpting, Ceramics, or Personal Artist Statement Writing). 

• Chinese: Speaking, Reading, Writing, Business & Professional Utilization & Translation.

• Design: Develop Design Portfolio, General Development or Help with a Specific Topic or Skill (such as Adobe Suite, Logo Design, UX/UI, Website Design or Branding)

• GRE, TOEFL, College Essays

Education Development: Art School Student Advisory, Time Management & Learning Strategies for ADD/ADHD

• I find happiness accelerate my students' learning and getting them ahead.

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Huntington Beach, CA 92647
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FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

When meeting a new student, I will start with a 20-30min in-person, phone, or email conversation with the student. In this kick-off meeting, the student and I will get to know each other and establish a comfortable environment. We'll establish the goals and needs of the student. Depending on the subject matter, I will sometimes provide a course plan or other times does not.


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

 I have an education in Fine Art, Design, and Education for my Master's Degree at Columbia University. I specialize in accelerated learning based on the individual's learning type

 I am a 6th-year User experience design mentor, and teaching University of Southern California students design for AIGA Los Angeles, the Professional Association for Design

 • I am experienced with kindergarten teaching to adult teaching in the subjects of Art, Design, Presentation, and Language (Chinese and English). I have experience with one-on-one tutoring and group tutoring.

 • I have an education in clinical psychology and I counseled University students in academic time management and ADD/ADHD Management at Columbia University.

 • I have an Education in Business Strategy Course at Columbia University.


Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

->All general Art subjects - hourly rate of $45-80/hour based level of complexity and subject matter

-> All non-Art subjects, including foreign languages, business level language & translation hourly rate $60-120/hour based on the subject matter and difficulty level

-> Writing Services:
    -> Resumes $50

-> Coaching Services:

    -> Portfolio Reviews $60 per/piece

    -> Artist Statement Reviews $80/piece

    -> Academic & ADD/ADHD Advisory flat rate $60 per hour

 


How did you get started teaching?

I started mentoring students in the University of Southern California.


What types of students have you worked with?

I have worked with students on all levels: kindergartners, primary and secondary students, university students, and adult learners.


What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

1. Communicate your goals, needs and what do you look for in a teacher

2. Understand if the teacher has a good assessment of your needs, goals, and level and if she/he can provide an appropriate strategy that is best suited for you

3. Understand the importance of the balance of creative freedom and critique


What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

1. What am I aiming to achieve through this? 

2. Am I willing to put in the effort to make improvements? 


Services offered

AP Studio Art Tutors Art Tutors Art Theory Tutors Ceramics Classes Drawing Lessons Graphic Design Tutors Painting Classes Sculpture Classes


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