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Ocala, FL
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I am from Colombia where I used to be both, an English and Spanish Teacher. I did it for over 15 years and thanks God I did a great job in all institutions I worked for. My accent is from Bogotá, Colo
mbia, and I have a very learned spanish level. Many people say that in Colombia, specially in Bogotá, you will find one of the best places to learn this language as our accent is neutral. I have developed a skilled and easy technique to teach this beautiful language. On the other hand I am an artist. If you are interested in learning and getting a high and fluent spanish level, with someone who feels passion for teaching, I am the one you need.
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Cari Arnao March 4, 2016
· English · Online
Sebastian is a very good teacher!
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Tim T. February 1, 2016
· Spanish · In home
Very happy thus far
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Sebastian P.

Sebastian P.

Ocala, FL 34475
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$30 / 30-min

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Saint Petersburg, FL
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Hello, and thanks for taking an interest in me! My name is John and I love teaching anything to anybody, from Math all the way down to tying your shoes. The main subjects I teach in are Math and Scien
ce, with extreme competency in Math all the way up to Calculus. I have been teaching all my life, but have been professionally teaching Math for more than 2 years, and am currently the lead instructor at Mathnasium. If you need help in Astronomy, I'm your guy. Astronomy is a huge passion of mine and I could talk about it for hours! I am currently a student and pursuing a degree in both Physics and Astronomy. Please contact me to confirm scheduling (busy schedule due to classes). If you would like me to help you become better at Math or really anything in the same subject area, please don't hesitate to contact me! Thanks!
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Sridevi G. February 27, 2017
· Algebra 1 · Online
Very good lesson. John Michael has lots of talent in teaching math.
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Sebastian October 16, 2016
· Chess · Online
John was great with our 9-year old, who started chess at five, and has played on and off since. He picked up pretty quickly and started learning new moves and approached. John is very good with kids, explaining not only the rules of the game, but rationale for every play. We're very happy with the classes.
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Ritvik D. September 22, 2016
· Chess · Online
Looks like he is not familiar to teach chess for 6 years old kids . I do not recommend.
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John Michael D.

John Michael D.

Gainesville, FL 32609
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About Amanda C.

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Gainesville, FL
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Hi! I'm a recent English instructor at the English Language Institute of the University of Florida. I am also a doctoral candidate at the University of Florida seeking a PhD in Linguistics, specializi
ng in Second Language Acquisition, so I know all the best ways to learn a language! I have an MA in French and have taught undergraduates at Ohio University as well!

My first experience teaching was through France's TAPIF program where I was given over 200 students, aged 6-12, and a long list of words and phrases and told to do my best! Since then my teaching style has evolved along with the current findings in Second Language Acquisition research. I focus on aiding students in lowering foreign language anxiety through building student agency and perceived self-efficacy. This leads to increased true self-efficacy and improved academic outcomes (Bandura, 1986). What does all this mean? I help students engage in directed discovery learning, provide explicit instruction when necessary, and methodically review in ways that encourage deep learning and high retention rates. Because foreign language anxiety is lowered, authentic communicative activities are painless in my lessons and prepare the student for real world situations.

As an instructor, I play the role of a coach. I enable students to focus on their goals and hold them accountable to accomplishing them. I promote student agency and allow students to make choices about their own learning; this way each lesson fits their individual needs and differences. Overall, I am passionate, dedicated, outgoing, sometimes silly, and, above all, motivating. I work hard as a student and instructor, always giving 110%.

I look forward to working with you!

Check out my LinkedIn profile: linkedin.com/in/amanda-catron-a2a23b44/
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Aleksandra May 25, 2017
· English · In studio
I'm a learner of English as a second language and I can say with confidence that Amanda is one of the most passionate, dedicated, and successful teachers of language! Her methods are well researched, her experience extensive, and her personality amazing.
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Jenna May 21, 2017
· French · In studio
Amazing. Highly recommend Amanda for her teaching skills and just being a great person to learn from.
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Mel May 21, 2017
· French · In studio
Amanda has an extensive background in and knowledge of French, and makes a great instructor to anyone trying to learn or improve both written and speaking skills in the language. She is passionate about language acquisition and very comfortable to work with. Highly recommended.
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Amanda C.

Amanda C.

Gainesville, FL 32611
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Gainesville, FL
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Hi! My name is Michelle and I am a 5th-year PhD candidate in linguistics at the University of Florida. I have experience teaching Intro to Linguistics, grading for Psycholinguistics courses, and teach
ing Academic Spoken English for graduate students and Reading and Writing for students at the English Language Institute. I have also privately tutored students in beginning level Mandarin and accent reduction.

I have great enthusiasm for language learning and assessing how speakers pick up a language, and have experience learning languages myself. I also was a chemistry major for two years as an undergraduate, so have taken courses in calculus, chemistry, and physics.
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Michelle P.

Michelle P.

Gainesville, FL 32601
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