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Teaching since 2019
Teaches students 18 to 70
I am a patient and fun teacher. I love finance related topics and have conquered the CPA exam. My aim is to help those who are concerned become adequately prepared for the for the CPA exam. I also enjoy helping others become better at accounting and finance topics for other goals they may have such as managing their personal wealth better or running their own business!
I am an accounting professional with a passion for all things finance related. I have passed all of the CPA exams and am a very patient person. You will find me approachable and prepared to go over complex topics with you until you have mastered the concept. Whether you are seeking for one-on-one t
Speaks Spanish, English
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaching since 2017
Justin N.Book Now
I have several years experience teaching at the collegiate level and an absolute passion for Earth science which permeates my teaching philosophy. I hope to teach you as much about the Earth as possible, because everyone should understand the planet we live on!
I have been playing guitar since I was 12 years old, and I remember how awful my music teachers were at the time. I strive to do better than they did by truly listening to what you want out of music and giving you the tools to accomplish your goals. I love music and teaching and bring passion and e
Speaks Spanish, English
Teaches Elementary, Middle School, High School, College
High School Diploma from The Waldorf School of San Diego
We will learn area, perimeter, angles, polygons, pythagorean theorem, among other topics
I have been teaching and tutoring students for 6 years now. I teach math and guitar. The thing I love most about my teaching isn't the end result of a student's passing report card or a student's accomplishment of learning a difficult musical piece. It is the effort that takes place between the stu
Teaches students 5 to 45
Teaching since 2020
Teaches High School
jovin S.Book Now
I would like say that our classes would be fun and interesting.
It would include a lot of important notes with explanation.
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Hey there I teach Macroeconomics, I would love to teach y'all :)
Speaks English, Spanish
Teaching since 2011
Teaches High School, College
Physics, General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Biology
Dear Students and Parents, I’m sure you can remember how it feels to be disconnected in class, whether in Calculus, French, or Art History. This feeling is not life-threatening, but education is of the utmost importance in this technical era. For this reason, I've developed over time an effectiv
Teaches students 19 and up
Advance Performing Arts Diploma from Seneca High School
Teaching since 2008
Whether it’s a group of 3 or 300 each speaking opportunity has best practices, and each speaker their own personal style!
Enhancing speakers confidence
Building a cohesive story
Properly identifying communication goals
Calming the mind of the presenter
Teaching self-coaching techniques so you can learn with every presentation
What we will not be doing:
Overly focusing on filler words
Focusing on the negative
What we will be doing:
Building on your strengths
Homework between lessons to accelerate your growth
Customizing the content to fit your specific situation and goals
Nothing cookie cutter here - all personalized!
You can make massive improvements in your speaking skills in a very short amount of time with the right coach! I have no patience for negative-self-talk! I know you are awesome, or you wouldn’t even be reading this!! If you are interested in self growth I am interested in you!!! :) I’ve pres
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Colin knows his material. He is patient and ensures the student is keeping pace with him as he explains the methodology. He takes the time necessary to ensure the student knows the material and is able to follow the explanations. As anyone who has studied math knows, you can't rush the process. Each step is a crucial foundation for the next.
Thank you Colin!"
Tamar is a gem!
I have been working with her for the past year and she has helped me completely transform my academic situation.
I am a freshman in high school who struggles with ADHD. Tamar's patience and diligence is completely unsurpassed. She goes above and beyond to ensure that I am not only doing my work, but she breaks down the material for me in such a way that it is easy to understand. Tamar puts in hours of her own time to create tests and study guides which has helped give me the extra advantage i need. I recommend her to anyone. She is by far one of the best tutors and individuals ever."
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