Teton Tutors offers the highest quality tutoring in Jackson Hole. all of our tutors hold degrees or certifications in education.
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Garrett’s eleven years of classroom experience include work in both public and private schools, within five different countries, within elementary, middle, high school, and adult classrooms, and to both tech free and paperless schools. He has taken the best practices from each experience and applied them to his teaching to be the most effective tutor possible.
His path includes earning a Bachelor’s degree in English and a Master’s of Education from the University of Maryland, teaching in public middle and high schools outside D.C., teaching and developing curriculum for an international traveling IB boarding school in Buenos Aires, Hiroshima, Boston, and Hyderabad, working as an elementary and technology teacher at Journeys School, teaching 10th Grade English for Swiss Semester and finally, to founding Teton Tutors.
Garrett believes in giving students the tools they need to support themselves. He hopes that by the time they finish his sessions they have become more independent learners.
View his full resume, which includes ten years of teaching at almost every grade level here.
Kiersten graduated from the University of Vermont with a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education and a concentration in Human Development, Family Studies and Communication Sciences. Throughout her teaching career she has taught in public and private schools in Vermont, New York City, Maryland and the District of Columbia for children in Kindergarten through Grade 6. Kiersten's number one priority in the classroom is to make certain that every student feels included and confident. She believes strength lies within effective communication, which reflects in their ability to read, write and speak to others effectively. This led her to pursue her Masters in Reading and Literacy at the Bank Street College of Education in New York City. Although she is now a full-time Interior Design Assistant, she enjoys spending her spare time helping students gain confidence and reach their full potential through one-on-one and small group tutoring.
Kevin grew up in New Mexico and has lived in Colorado and the Midwest before coming to the Tetons to enjoy the beauty of the area. He graduated from Adrian College with a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and studied Education en route to obtaining a Secondary teaching certificate in multiple states. He has taught Math in both middle and high school in Michigan and Nebraska and has tutored everything from basic 6th grade Math to Calculus. Kevin believes that anyone can learn Math with the proper outlook, guidance, and strategy. He provides a positive disposition, structured support, and a plan that scaffolds the content so students can find success in and out of the classroom.
Anna grew up with a passion for learning by discovering and experimenting with the world around her. Throughout her college and graduate education Anna pursued a hands-on educational experience that met her learning needs. She attended Eckerd College, where she received a Bachelor's degree in Environmental Science and after teaching outdoor education at a wolf sanctuary, Anna decided to pursue a Master’s degree in Science Education. Her love for wild places brought her to Grand Teton National Park where she attended the Teton Science Schools’ Graduate Program. Anna then completed her Master’s Degree in Natural Science Education from the Science and Mathematics Teaching Center at the University of Wyoming.
Throughout her teaching career Anna has worked in a variety of formal and informal educational settings including classrooms, wildlife sanctuaries, national parks, and non-profit organizations. Anna currently works at the Jackson Hole Children’s Museum as the After school and STEAM Lead Teacher. Anna teaches with the intention to connect to all student learning needs through differentiated lessons and by inspiring students to be excited about their learning.