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Speaks Spanish, French, Mandarin, Latin
Teaches students 5 and up
MBA from Yale University
Yale MBA and Cornell BA and former professional poker player. I paid my way through undergrad and grad school playing and teaching poker (both online and live).
- Yale MBA and Cornell BA - Expert in international business - have built 7 businesses myself, around the world - Former professional poker player - Former Cornell Varsity tennis player - Fluent in Spanish and proficient in French I've been tutoring since I was 8 years old (yes, 8 years old!
Speaks some japanese
Teaching since 2003
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
I have been playing chess for well over 30 years. I have taught one on one
children and adults for about 10 years. I have great patience when I teach
students never believing that any concept is too difficult to understand or
master. I have a love for the game that I want to instill in others
I have hundreds of chess books and have gotten to know lots of chessplayers
throughout the years. I do my best to have my students gain and UNDERSTANDING of the game rather than just rote memorization.
I have been playing chess for 30 + years and have a USCF expert rating. I have taught chess in afterschool programs and one on one in homes for over 10 years. I feel I have great patience especially with young children as their attention span is usually not that long. I have taught children as
Speaks English, German
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 1995
I can't really talk too much about how other teachers work, and also don't want to. But I know I have and always had many happy and successful students. From kids, adults, professionals, hobbyists to people who retired and finally have time to fulfill a life goal.
Hello Students, Parents, Grandparents and all the other happy people. :) Just send me a message if you are interested in taking lessons and we go from there and figure out what goals you have and how we can take it from there. I teach kids (my youngest was 4 years old when we started), adults, pr
I can truly say he is one of the best teachers / tutors out there. He is not only super patient but puts so much heart and passion into the lessons.
I know he is mostly super busy but if you have the chance to take lessons with him, I would say GO FOR IT! :)
Speaks English (USA), Bulgarian, Spanish
Teaching since 2010
Teaches students 7 and up
Are you a game enthusiast? Enjoy playing games but really want to create your own? Well, welcome to your gaming course :)
***This course is strongly dependant on the students past knowledge on programming, if no knowledge is present please see "Computer Programming" as the gateway course into this gaming course!***
This course has 3 paths to take based on the interests of the student:
2) Roblox Lua Game Development
3) Python Scripting Game Development
4) Java development for Mobile
5) (NEW!) Java development for Minecraft Modding!
Python can be run on any computer that has the python interpreter installed (simple configuration) We begin ...
With eight years of teaching and tutoring experience at Valencia College from 2011 yo 2019 and University of Central Florida from 2017 to 2019; I have experienced a wide variety of students between the ages 7 to 60 years. This experience has enabled me to customize lessons in one to one sessions
Speaks Norwegian, English, German
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Teaching since 1994
hobby-player for 25 years
Will travel further than listed by special arrangement (call take lessons to inquire) - especially via easy public transit. Currently only teaching online due to COVID-19. Professional internationally touring musician for 20+ years, Classical, Broadway, Experimental, Early music. Bachelor of Mus
Speaks English, Hebrew, French
Teaching since 1990
Teaches students 5 and up
I am an origami artist and origami teacher with more than 20 years experience of teaching origami to children, adults and seniors. I live in NYC. I have been teaching origami in private and public schools as well as community centers, museums and senior centers. I work well with special needs children and adults. I use paper and materials you can find in your own home, like printing paper, napkins, dollar bills or business cards. Origami is not just another art or craft form. It is a way of acquiring multitude of skills, in a fun way . Origami engages students in learning basic math concepts like shape, size and number. In the process they learn patience and concentration sequencing and problem solving. Most importantly, people of all ages gain self esteem as they succeed in finishing a model and take pride of their work. They also find that the models they fold can serve them for practical purposes; All kind of boxes to store crayons, staples, A dish to put candies, a hand ...
As an origami teacher and an artist who lives in NYC. I have been teaching origami in prestigious private schools in NYC (Among them Bank street school, Spence school, and Hunter college) For many years I have taught origami at the 92stY and at the Museum of Natural History. I have been attending n
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terrible student but she but she ignored that and solved my problem. I am so grateful that the Universe threw her in my path."
Chess: Undoubtedly the ultimate head-to-head mental contest, an ancient game of strategy in which your one and only goal is to outsmart and defeat your opponent’s army (represented of course by the pieces on the board). Chess moves that surprise your opponent are part and parcel of the game, and it would thus behoove you, the player and aspiring chess master, to learn moves that will catch your opponent off guard and bring you victory. And so, without further ado, here are 5 moves to do that …
By Josh Freimark
Back around 2014, I decided I was going to improve at chess. I watched a few videos online about some openings, played a few dozen blitz games online, and then promptly lost interest within a week. Four years later, I decided to pick it up again and in less than a year, I had gone from 1100 to 1900 Elo rating online. Obviously, I changed how I went about my improvement! So here are the steps that I took the second time around that got me to where I am now, and some ways you can improve your ches …
By Kyle Barry
Patternmaking for most beginners seems mysterious and intimidating. It is a subject a lot of sewists try to avoid. As a professional working in the fashion industry for more than a decade, I had the same fear as many of you. It took lots of trial and perseverance to overcome challenges, and carve out a successful career. The First Step is to Make Mistakes! Many of my students are worried about making mistakes. They want to be sure every step they take is correct. Multiple attempts and fai …
By Vena Hsiao