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Speaks Russian, English
Teaches students Male: Not accepting at this time; Female: 5 and up
Teaching since 2000
Gia B.Book Now
Each person learns differently. So my lessons are customized for each individual.Nearly everyone is scared to dance at first. You need only start. Simply begin; I can help with the rest.
I learned to dance my country’s folk dances at a young age. Ballroom and Latin came later. While I pursued a college degree in technology, my love of dance prompted me to open my own dance studio. For 15 years, from his studio in Tbilisi, i taught, performed and competed across Europe before emigr
Mary Lou H.
Teaches students 7 and up
Teaching since 1987
Mary Lou H.
Are you ready to improve your grade in Algebra? I'd love to help you understand the math course you're taking and have fun with it.
No matter what the course is called – Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Algebra 1, Algebra 2 - if you need assistance to understand the way it is presented in the book, I’ll help you comprehend every lesson. We can even try an alternate method until the light bulb comes on. Because once you understand a concept, you can return to the required method.
My only goal is for you to succeed!
Concepts in Algebra:
Measurements – time, length, weight, volume, area
Order of Operations
Properties – Commutative, Associative, Distributive, Identity
Simplifying - Distributive, FOIL
Graphs & Graphing
Slope of a Line
Square Roots and Radicals
Probability & Statistics
About Mary Lou
I graduated from Indiana University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelor of Science in Education/Mathematics. I am a "real" math teacher. I have taught math to elementary students, algebra and geometry in junior high and high school, and all levels for college students. For example, my first stude
Teaches students 5 and up
Classical Guitar Performance from West Chester University
Brock M.Book Now
Are you looking for a fun experience while learning guitar? Do you want to learn the basics using hit songs that match your style? I may be the guitar teacher you're looking for! With 20 years of teaching experience and 25 years of performance experience, I can offer you lessons that are custom-tailored to your needs.
I studied Classical Guitar Performance in college and have spent years playing original and cover music live. From theory to technique, recording to performing on stage, whatever your interest, whatever level you wish to achieve, I can support you. You have questions and I have answers. Contact me today and lets find out if we make a good match.
Brock comes from a musical family. He spent most of his youth involved in his churches youth choir, participating in school plays and school band. At the age of seven Brock got his first guitar, a 3/4 size classical guitar. He got his first electric guitar at 12 and developed a strong appreciation a
Speaks Chinese Mandarin
Teaches students 4 to 80
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
I have been teaching mandolin lesson for almost 18 years.
Students will learn everything from the ground up. While they move from one skill level to the next, instruction will include not only learning how to play their mandolin, but instrument and equipment maintenance, passing a proficiency exam at the end of each session
I am a highly organized, outcome-driven and motivated professional musician and educator with solid experience in the classroom. For the past 25 years, I have been employed with Amati music academy and seven years on the faculty of University of St Francis. I am very comfortable with all aspects o
Teaching since 2018
Teaches students 5 and up
Sofia W.Book Now
In songwriting lessons, we will work on song structure by studying and analyzing songs. We will also work on the student's own compositions.
My name is Sofia and I'm a recent Occidental College graduate with a degree in English and Creative Writing. I have been a professional singer-songwriter since I was in high school, touring both the US and the UK. I have a passion for teaching students of any age and working to design a personalized
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaches students 6 and up
I am able to teach music theory and aural skills.
Applauded for his “gleaming trumpet work” (Hyde Park Herald) and “dazzling virtuosity” (Grunion Gazette), Justin B. is a versatile musician, performing on both historical and modern trumpets. He specializes in early music, most notably in difficult high-register music for Baroque trumpet. Be
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