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Teaches Elementary, Middle School, High School, College
Teaching since 2005
Donald G.Book Now
Have taught Advanced math Classes at the college level
I currently hold a MS in Computer Science and a BS in EE
Teaches High School, College
Teaching since 2012
Teaches students 15 to 50
Jonathan C.Book Now
I have been tutoring math for about 6 years. I have a specific teaching style with an emphasis on breaking down concepts into simple terms that could be easily absorbed and remembered to ensure that the objective of the lesson is understood. I love answering questions and helping people to understand concepts. I believe many people have a fear of math and my goal is to break down that wall of fear. I currently work in the architecture, engineering, and construction industry; therefore, I rely on my math skills on a daily basis. I want my students to reach their full potential while having a great time learning!
I have obtained a Bachelor of Science in Engineering and a Master of Architecture. I am a Professional Engineer and soon to be Architect. Working in the construction industry requires me to work with different maths and physics principles on a daily basis. If the Student is serious about learning m
Speaks Hindi, Gujurati, English and basic Spanish
Bachelor of Science - Marketing from Fairleigh Dickenson University; Teaneck, NJ
Teaches students 20 to 50
Kusum S.Book Now
Education focus is on elementary grade math; grades 2nd thru 4th.
I am an accomplished, energetic yet caring ESL educator who will assist adults of all ages desiring to learn or improve their ESL (English) skills. I have over 11 years of adult education ESL teaching experience within North Carolina community colleges & adult education outreach programs. I look f
Bachelor of Arts Biblical Studies from Missionary Chapel and Seminary
Awarded Musician of the Year Award from Faith Walk Christian Ministry
Teaching since 2002
This is a weekly *PRIVATE* Phonics Program with a 45 or 50 minute Tutoring Session or Full Comprehensive Course per week. I use Several learning enrichment programs and other supplemental material that are age and grade appropriate. I love teaching little ones AND ADULTS and unlocking the mystery of words and sounds through fun activities, a variety of animated characters and music, general games and computer games as well as step by step presentations in just the right segments, increments and repetition for comprehension and retention. I taught my own children and grandchildren and have taught and tutored hundreds of other children in a variety of educational settings. However, I am partial to helping them to start on their journey to phonics and reading.
Adult Literacy is also available!!!
**PLEASE NOTE THAT OUR 60 MINUTE DISCOUNTED SLOT ID FOR **GROUP LESSONS** AND REQUIRE **MULTIPLE ENROLLMENTS!**
I have been teaching for many years and would love to take you on a fun, flexible and step by step journey to attain your goals in Piano, Organ, Voice, Reading and Phonics, Math or Typing in a group or private class format. I hold a Bachelor's Degree and have been active in voice, piano, organ, p
Speaks English, American Sign Language, Spanish
Teaches students 6 and up
B.A. Music from Seattle Pacific University
Whether you want to eliminate your fear of public speaking, or you want to fine tune your delivery on an upcoming presentation, public speaking coaching can help.
Together we will get you to your goals. We can focus on diction, rhythm, intonation, eye contact, confidence, persuasion, and more!
Note****I am only accepting schedule-as-you go students. I will not be able to accommodate weekly schedule requests. Please feel free to message me with any questions you have. ❤️ In your lessons we can work on beginning vocal technique, artist development, increasing vocal range, audition prep
Speaks Spanish, English, French
Teaching since 2001
B.S. Mechanical Engineering from New Jersey Institute of Technology
I have tutored Math (Elementary through college level) since I was in High School. Kids and adults. I am passionate about math and science and sharing the love for engineering with others, or at the least help find some fun in math to finish up the lesson and course.
Looking forward to helping you.
Cindy is a native Spanish speaker and fluent English speaker. Additionally, she studied French for over 8 years. She is a driven Latina who loves her background and is excited to help others learn and embrace new cultures. She began tutoring 17 years ago (Spanish, French, Math and Science) whil
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