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About Daniel F.

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Woodland Hills, CA

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I'm a graduate of UCLA School of Engineering with a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering. I have a passion for explaining how the physical world works through math and physics along with 10 years of tutoring experience in those subjects, test prep, and mentorship programs. The teaching strategy I believe in emphasizes subject fundamentals, a powerful and necessary tool for higher problem solving. This strategy has proven effective regardless of the student's educational background or mental ability. Besides being knowledgeable, I am motivating, caring, and patient in guiding your student to academic success!

Executive Functioning is a separate realm that tutoring can assist in. It deals with cognitive processes including organization, time management, and study skills. Much of the difficulty students face in academic subjects can be attribute
d to the lack of executive functioning. They either cannot keep up with the pace and workload that advanced courses demand or haven't figured out the best way to study for themselves. I am able to assess a student's shortcomings and formulate a plan for higher achievement.

Math:
• Elementary • Pre-Algebra • Algebra 1 & 2 • Geometry • Pre-Calculus
• Trigonometry • AP Calculus • Applied/Business Calculus • Differential Equations

Physics:
• AP Physics 1 & 2 • College Physics

Test Prep:
• SAT I & II • ACT • ISEE • SSAT • HSPT • GRE • TEAS and more

Computers:
• MS Word • Excel • PowerPoint • Outlook • Adobe Acrobat • Adobe Reader • Google Drive • Skype • General Windows/MAC

Mentorship:
• Grade Monitoring • Teacher Collaboration

Executive Functioning:
• Organization • Time Management • Study Skills • Checking Work

• Completely turned around achievement and self-confidence of mentored students
• Track record of student improvement particularly in math and physics

*Cancellation Policy: At least 24 hours notice or charged for full session
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Kelsey July 31, 2018
· GRE · In home
Daniel is extremely knowledgeable and able to explain things in laments terms. If you don’t understand he really takes the time to re-work how he’s thinking about it to make it a way you can grasp. I highly recommend him!
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Iryna May 11, 2018
· Microsoft Windows · In home
Daniel truly deserves five stars ! Classes were great. Highly recommended.
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Patricia O. March 21, 2018
· Microsoft Excel · Online
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Daniel F.

Daniel F.

Woodland Hills, CA 91364
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About Thomecia B.

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North Hollywood, CA
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Hello! My name is Thomecia, you may call me Mimi :)
I've been teaching at my Alma Mater, Fisk University since I stepped foot on campus in 2010. I taught routines for the cheer squad and hip hop dance team. I also choreographed for numerous students on campus. Before college I obtained 15+ years of experience in many styles of dancing as well as cheerleading. I reside in the Bay Area, and have since advanced my choreography through training, performing with a dance company, artist development, teaching local classes, and more! I love working with children! I also love a great challenge, so if you feel like you have two left feet, I could change your world! Always remember, you are the artist and your body is the paint brush... Just move!
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Jasmine February 20, 2018
· Dance · Online
Very patient and takes time to make sure I'm doing it right. Will go over steps until I get it down and she was nice.
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Thomecia B.

Thomecia B.

North Hollywood, CA 91601
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About John D.

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Los Angeles, CA

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Los Angeles, CA has thousands of acting and speaking coaches - and here's one more!

There are dozens of variables that go into preparing for a role, an audition, a performance, or a public presentation of any kind - voice, demeanor, point of view, "what do I do with my hands", "what do they want", etc.

Likewise, everyone has been told a different way to approach each aspect mentioned above - Chubbuk, Stanislavski, Fitzmaurice, Linklater, "The Method", Meisner, Suzuki, Viewpoints, Alexander - it can be absolutely overwhelming.

John will meet you where you are, from his specialized background of interdisciplinary work. A recent graduate of the UCLA School of Theatre, Film, and Television, John received a master's degree in acting, with a special emphasis in learning different approaches and integrating them into one coherent, perso
nal one, that works for an individual.

Having studied multiple training practices in voice and speech, musical theatre*, physical and psychological acting, and acting for mediums as varied as devised theatre, film, television, audiobook, and motion-capture, John has accumulated many tools with which he can help you clear the weeds of your pieces of material - and your own mind, too.

The work you've already done is good work! John is excited and passionate about helping you to celebrate both the skills you already possess and the new ones you've dedicated yourself to learning.

John is particularly passionate about working with students new to the field of acting, or students looking to apply the tools learned in acting study to their life outside the stage - business presentations, political candidacy and office, award presentations, etc.
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Anna August 12, 2018
· Acting · In studio
I coached with John for my Yale MFA program audition and he was incredible! I felt 100% more confident after breaking down Shakespeare text with him and developing my monologues under his direction. I am so, so happy I chose to work with him for this audition and felt really great about my work after he coached me! He was supportive, professional, knowledgeable and all over great.
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Kathryn Z. August 23, 2014
· Acting · In studio
John is very approachable and friendly! Great for monologue work and honest, constructive feedback.
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John D.

John D.

Los Angeles, CA 90028
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About Tyler A.

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North Hollywood, CA
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I have my BFA in Acting from Elon University and have been studying at Anthony Meindl's Actor Workshop since Jan. 2016.

While at Elon I worked as a teacher's assistant for two years where I specialized in and began instructing the Meisner technique.

Duties as a teacher's assistant: coaching in-class work (repetitions, activities, monologues, and scenes), providing private coaching for students with whatever they needed assistance in, grading and reviewing students.

While at Elon University I also trained in Stanislavsky, Acting for the Camera, Shakespeare, Improv, and Voice (Skinner technique, Fitzmaurice) and Movement (Laban and Alexander techniques, BMC [Body-Mind Centering], and Yoga).

I've studied abroad in Arezzo, Italy, where I studied Commedia dell'Arte and Physical Theatre, and I've also studied under actress Marilyn
McIntyre at the Howard Fine Acting Studio in Los Angeles.
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Tyler A.

Tyler A.

North Hollywood, CA 91601
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$20 / 30-min

About Alexander K.

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Los Angeles, CA
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As a violin teacher, I always aim to set goals for students, to guide students towards them, and to be direct as possible so far as is appropriate. I also try to stay results-oriented throughout the process. Even if not all of a student’s progress is directly attributable to me, the most important thing was that he improve. I teach from the personal perspective of a traditional, technically founded approach to classical music, but I also love to arrange simple songs from any genre for each student, chosen by me or upon request. On the side, I enjoy playing fiddle music with my family and friends.
As a math and standardized test tutor, I strive to stay results-oriented and based around the student's needs. In past experience as a tutor in college, where I was an undergraduate math major, I would often see shortcuts to problems that to me
were simpler than the methods taught in class, but I became acutely aware of the need to approach learning from students' point of view in addition to my own. Putting students first calls me to help them directly with their needs and to meet them where they are.
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Julie October 9, 2015
· Violin · In studio
I really appreciated Alexander teaching me violin. He was basically my first instructor and he was always patient and motivating. He accommodated my unique needs as an adult beginner and brought me far in a short time. He was a little challenged to balance teaching with his heavy school load, but I appreciated his willingness to take the time to teach and help others.
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Alexander K.

Alexander K.

Los Angeles, CA 90007
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About Judi D.

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Burbank, CA

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Hi everyone! I've been teaching in a variety of areas for many years in many different respects. I teach voice lessons, and audition coaching. I've been doing that for a long time! During my "day-job" years, I was an analyst, and I'm especially skilled with Microsoft Excel. And I LOVE teaching people how to make magic on that program. I have done projects that included creating databases, training departments on the use of said databases, taught entire departments at Jet Propulsion Laboratory how to migrate to Microsoft Outlook from (the archaic) Eudora.

My musical talents run parallel with my affinity for numbers. In my life, it has manifested in music composition, arranging, and musical direction. And, of course, PERFORMANCE! I've performed in and around the Los Angeles area for many years. I own a professional Christmas Caroling co
mpany that I direct and sing in as well. So I'm a performer, and a small business owner! So come see what I can offer!
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Neal S. July 12, 2018
· Bodhran · In studio
Judi is very supportive and encouraging. She genuinely enjoys teaching. The best thing you can say about any instructor is that they take pleasure in the progress of their students. This is definitely true of Judi.
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Gabrielle June 13, 2016
· Microsoft Excel · Online
I thought I was pretty good at excel! Well, Judi was able to show me that I was only using 10% of my Excel brain. I had NO idea what I could do with Excel to make my life easier until I learned from Judi. I'm sure I will be using her again! Thanks!!!
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Hillz June 6, 2016
· Singing · In studio
I hadn't had a voice lesson in more than 15 years, but in one session Judi got me prepped for an audition by helping me to determine range, song selection & presentation. Who says you can't circle back on a dream? Judi gave me the confidence to do just that.
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Judi D.

Judi D.

Burbank, CA 91505
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About Athan S.

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Santa Monica, CA
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- Yale MBA and Cornell BA
- Expert in international business - have built 7 businesses myself, around the world
- Former Cornell Varsity tennis player
- Former professional poker player
- Fluent in Spanish and proficient in French

I've been tutoring since I was 8 years old (yes, 8 years old!). I love my students and helping them achieve their dreams!
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Athan S.

Athan S.

Santa Monica, CA 90401
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Santa Monica, CA
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I have a Master's degree (Speech Communications and Drama) from Texas State University and a Bachelor's degree from University of Texas at Austin (History, Mathematics). I am a published children's book author and I write articles for magazines. I write movie scripts too.

I am a film producer, director, actress, writer, black belt martial artist. I have directed many actors in 10 films, had over 10 casting sessions with actors auditioning, performed with many actors in film and theatre and am a union actress.
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Sangini B.

Santa Monica, CA 90405
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$50 / 30-min

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I'm Satinder.

I graduated with MS in Electrical Engineering from LSU in 2015. I work as QA analyst in IT industry.
I like to tutor in my free time. I enjoy tutoring Math.

I consider myself as very friendly, interactive and a good communicator. I am a professional, and understand the importance of your valuable time.
I will put my best effort in teaching you so that you can perform very well in your academics.

Thanks for reading about me.
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Satinder J.

Satinder J.

Reseda, CA 91335
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I was a screen printing and graphic design business owner and now work from home doing freelance graphic design.

I enjoy a healthy lifestyle and am passionate about the way we work and how I can improve the status quo.

I teach small business with the city I live in, as well as screen printing. School always made absolutely no sense and my questions seldom were answered. Now that I am 30, I can see how public schools assess students instead of prepare. In college, sales is not taught for a reason - corporations don't need more competitors. Personal finance is also not taught. So why are both parents gone from the home all day working for another? Why are the kids being raised by tax funded schools? How can we keep families together without the stigma of working from home?

First and foremost, teaching is a business just like mine.
Of course we want to offer value, but what is that value in the face of the debt acquired for a degree? Does it really liberate us to be financially free? Only in retirement after we have a mortgage and cars on credit. The origin of the word "mort-gage" means "death-pledge" and is related to the word "mortuary". Is that life?

Life grows from seeds and even after we eat from a seed, we can still plant a new seed. That is everlasting abundance and it is an entitlement. It's only when someone withholds natural resources and asks us to work for them to earn it, that the whole planet gets out of sync.

I have a personal story that fuels me. However, my personal story is one of many similar stories continuing today. I am here to teach what I can to change the world starting with me, my home, then my community and beyond. Which brings us here to TakeLessons.com where we can heal from the industrial era.

I hope we can meet and I can understand or discover why you are here on earth and how you can be in a better position to maximize your potential to share and earn.

Ps. Everyone should work, yes. If I want an orange, I must work to peel that orange. I shouldn't have to go work for a human, to get a check, then go to another human to turn that check into a green paper, that I have to go to another human to buy the orange. All to end up where we began - peeling the orange.
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Lainel August 4, 2018
· Business · In studio
Definitely the best business minded instructor I've learned under.
Christopher has really opened my perspective of business structure, and
as to how a business really operates.

My business approach has really sharpened since have been instructed by him at his former Bellflower location. This guy knows his stuff!
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Christopher H.

Christopher H.

Bellflower, CA 90706
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