Anna S. – Stride Tutoring
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30 min session: $32.50
60 min session: $65.00

Anna S.

7 Years -
Middle School, High School, Elementary School
Anna S.
Tutoring specialities ADD & ADHD, Autism, Learning Disabilities
Science Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, Environmental Science, Life Science, Physical Science, 1st Grade Science, 2nd Grade Science, 3rd Grade Science, 4th Grade Science, 5th Grade Science, 6th Grade Science, Kindergarten Science
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Bio

Hello! My name is Dr. Anna Selph and I love science! I am a research scientist turned science teacher. My reason for teaching is to show how fun science can be. I want to spark a love of science in all my students. I believe that every student has the ability to learn and succeed when the correct approach is used. Education is not one size fits all and my job is to find what "fits" for the student and help them excel. My goal when teaching is the relate what students are learning to the real world so the student sees the value in what they are learning. It is very important for students to understand the reason they are learning the content. I think the most important thing any teacher can do is listen to their students, that is the first step in creating a great teacher/student relationship. My job is to listen to the student so that I am able to understand what they are struggling with so we can problem solve together so that I am able to tailor my teaching strategies to each student

Teaching Specialization

I am currently in my 7th year of teaching. I have taught middle and high school science in both the brick and mortar and online settings. Prior to teaching I was a research scientist working with plant diseases at the University of Georgia. I have a B.S in Ecology and Field Biology from Shorter College, a Ph.D. in Plant Pathology from The University of Georgia, and a MAT in Secondary Science Education from Georgia College and State University.

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Bio

Hello! My name is Dr. Anna Selph and I love science! I am a research scientist turned science teacher. My reason for teaching is to show how fun science can be. I want to spark a love of science in all my students. I believe that every student has the ability to learn and succeed when the correct approach is used. Education is not one size fits all and my job is to find what "fits" for the student and help them excel. My goal when teaching is the relate what students are learning to the real world so the student sees the value in what they are learning. It is very important for students to understand the reason they are learning the content. I think the most important thing any teacher can do is listen to their students, that is the first step in creating a great teacher/student relationship. My job is to listen to the student so that I am able to understand what they are struggling with so we can problem solve together so that I am able to tailor my teaching strategies to each student

Teaching Specialization

I am currently in my 7th year of teaching. I have taught middle and high school science in both the brick and mortar and online settings. Prior to teaching I was a research scientist working with plant diseases at the University of Georgia. I have a B.S in Ecology and Field Biology from Shorter College, a Ph.D. in Plant Pathology from The University of Georgia, and a MAT in Secondary Science Education from Georgia College and State University.

Session Time

  • 30 min
  • 60 min
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