Oxford has helped thousands of students improve in school. But more importantly we see time and time again that improved grades are the first step toward improved self-esteem. That's the kind of success we help create at Oxford Learning Source.
Oxford Learning Source offers, tutoring, a full-time school, and prescriptive programs in a full range of subjects to help your students, including: Math, Reading, Algebra, Geometry, English, Writing, ACT/SAT Preparation, and Study Skills. Oxford is fully accredited by the Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges. We are located at 1259 E., Draper Parkway, Draper, Utah, 84020.
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To avoid wasting students' time, I start with a test to find out how much you already know. Then I teach each topic until it makes sense to you. If you need to study a topic more, you don't need to be embarrassed, because the other two students with you won't be working on the same topic you are learning. In summary:
1. I test each topic to avoid waisting students' time
2. We continue to work until you understand each lesson
I have a BS in Educational Psychology with a specialty in learning disabilities (grades K-adult) , a BA in Elementary Education, and a masters in Business Administration. I also have two teaching certificates.
$50 per hour in our tutoring program
I was one of those people who knew exactly what they wanted to do when they grow up. As soon as I graduated from high school, I enrolled at Brigham Young University, and started my work to get my teaching degrees.
I have worked with students from every grade level (K-Adult). One of the things I like about my studies in educational psychology, is that it also allows me to understand the different ways our brains work. I've worked with students who are gifted, have memory challenges, and all students in between.
I ran into a father who told me about his son who was now close to graduating from college. He told me he used to fear his son would drop out of high school, and now he is a college graduate.
Make sure they are qualified. They should have a teaching certificate, an applicable college degree, or experience in your subject.
If you are a high school student needing grades for graduation, make sure they are accredited by AdvanceEd.
1. Are you accredited?
2. Are you certified?
3. What subjects do you have experience teaching?