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A.F.A. Fine Arts-Music from Harper College
Teaches Elementary, Middle School, High School, College
As a student and teacher I have learned and perfected many of my own original study skill sets. Techniques will include visual structure, mnemonics, ancient Greek memorization systems, and many others. Get the best out of whatever you set your mind to learn!
In addition to teaching music, I have also worked as a special education assistant and wrestling/track coach at Lake Zurich Middle School South and an assistant Kung Fu/Tai Chi instructor at Green Mountain Arts in Logan Square, Chicago, Illinois. Jazz piano, Voice, and Composition are my main areas
Speaks English, Spanish
Teaches Elementary, Middle School, High School
Theory from CYSO Theory Class
Having Difficulty reading? Don't be any longer. I have the experience to help you overcome that obstacle.
Hi there! My name is Fernando L. and I am looking forward to working with you. I have helped many students throughout my four years of private teaching. I am currently working with "Mariachi Oro y Plata", and had the honor to also work with Chicago Youth Symphony Orchestra. I look forward to workin
Speaks Russian, English
M. Ed. in Curriculum and Instructions, with honors from Loyola University, Chicago
I am a certified High School Math teacher, tutoring for ACT for more than 15 years
I taught Algebra I and Geometry at Clemente High School in Chicago and AP Statistics, Geometry and Trigonometry at Libertyville High School Summer Program. I am currently teaching 7th and 8th grade Math at a private school in Buffalo Grove, IL. I love tutoring students of any age, from elementary t
Teaching since 1994
Teaches Middle School, High School, College
Teaches students 5 and up
All humans need to have an understanding of Philosophy, in my opinion. Studying Philosophy teaches us how to think critically, how to reason, and how to live an "examined life."
Philosophy is a multi-dimensional subject that includes ethical theory (what is the right thing to do and why?), logical reasoning (is it correct to reach a conclusion based on these facts?), and metaphysics (addressing the huge "who am I?" "why am I here?" "what happens when I die?' questions.)
For many thousands of years, humans have understood that our individual evolution needs a framework, a foundation upon which our ever-busy minds can depend on for grounding. Now, in our world where technology allows immediate distortions of reality, of facts, we need to know how to think clearly.
And, most importantly, I believe that studying Philosophy can be FUN! Come join me as we explore all the ways to apply our reasoning abilities.
My name is Edie Sheeks. I teach English fluency and Philosophy lessons. I enjoy reading, walking, traveling, having dinner with friends. My household includes a large, greyhound-mix dog--my walking trainer!--and two tabbies (all three are rescues). Listening to music, walking by the sea, and being
Teaches students 5 to 85
Teaching since 1998
Teaches Elementary, Middle School
For the last 20 years, I have been a tutor of pre-algebra and math for grades 5-7. I tutored these subjects at Score Education Center- an after-school tutoring enter for students, ages 5-15.
I combine my two decades of experience as a professional tutor and corporate writer with my own personal understanding of the learning struggles faced by students to create unique methods for every student to learn, regardless of the subject. I use creative innovations to make learning fun and enj
Teaching since 2004
Master's Degree in Mathematics from Worcester Polytechnic Institute
I am a current high school math teacher at an independent school. I have a master's degree in mathematics, and I have over 15 years of experience teaching. I have taught middle school, high school and college-level students. I am able to tutor in almost any mathematics course, and I can help with SAT/ACT questions, as well.
Hello! I have been teaching mathematics at a private high school in the United States for over 15 years. I have also spent part of my summer teaching middle school children algebra. I have a master's degree in mathematics, and I have tutored middle school, high school and college students. Probably
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Her clarity of explanation, her command of the material, and her professionalism as a tutor and teacher all made that possible, to the point where when I actually showed up to class, I actually found myself ahead of where everybody else was. I had mastered the material so well thanks to her efforts, that on the first test, I achieved a 104% (even got the extra credit mark), much to the impressed amazement of my new professor.
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A good story needs to be strong from the first line through the final page. It's all too easy to start strong with a great hook and an interesting set of characters, but then lose momentum along the way and stop short at the end. This can be tough for budding wordsmiths of all ages - so how can you encourage your kids and help them understand the writing techniques involved? Here are some tips for parents and private writing tutors alike... Read and discuss great literature As a parent …
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