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About Itai G.

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Jamaica Plain, MA
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About Itai
Itai graduated from SUNY Purchase with a BA in Studio Composition in 2007, and from Hebrew College with a Masters' Degree in Jewish Education in June, 2016. He has been working in after-school, Hebrew
school, camp, and other supplementary educational settings for over ten years. Itai's Hebrew students are either studying for their bnei mitzvah, maintaining their conversational Hebrew, or learning for the purpose of competence of services or Torah study. His piano students have ranged from five-year olds just starting, to young children learning Classical pieces, to teens learning to play the songs they like, to adults working on their songwriting and improvisation. Lessons will accommodate the student's goals. Itai's strengths are improvisation, music theory and ear training, and accompaniment of popular songs - rock, theater, pop, folk, etc. As a musician, Itai writes songs, composes music for communal singing, improvises, and plays in a Klezmer band. Aside from tutoring, Itai works as a songleader, teaches at the Hebrew school at his synagogue, growing a new outdoor Hebrew school, and occasionally teaches at an outdoor education program.

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Please note that there's a name I don't use anymore and one of my reviews reflects that. Yes I am the same person.
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Gracie H. October 29, 2018
· Hebrew · Online
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Zachary H. August 29, 2018
· Hebrew · Online
This first class was great. We had some small problems with the camera and voice, but that had nothing to do with Itai. My son was excited when class was over. He is looking forward to his next lesson.
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Mardah C. June 26, 2018
· Hebrew · Online
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Itai G.

Itai G.

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About Jonathan B.

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State College, PA

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I studied music therapy and music theory at Temple University from '06-'10. Learned a lot. Then again, I learned even more teaching at a school for kids with learning disabilities and working as a tra
veling street performer. Once you see the world and work with some unexpected challenges, you learn how to open up and knuckle down at the same time!

I am currently a full-time YouTube Creator, sidelining in cover bands and a solo act. Teaching is a big part of what I do online so I see my work as a private teacher as 'research' for the lessons I create. Although I'm firmly grounded in a classical music training, there's nothing you can ask about that I won't try to figure out. My favorite thing about teaching is using unexpected questions to develop new ideas that I then integrate into my original compositions. Check out my intro to the Blues Raga video if you want to hear a good story about what I mean.

Recently I've had several articles published by the TakeLessons Blog. Check out my most recent post here.
http://takelessons.com/blog/how-to-play-acoustic-guitar-like-john-mayer-z01
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Rachel December 18, 2018
· Violin · In home
Jonathan has been terrific as a violin instructor for my 8 year old son.
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Lily F. October 2, 2018
· Piano · In studio
Jonathan is knowledgeable and patient. I am very pleased
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James July 13, 2018
· Singing · In studio
Jonathan does everything right. A good guy with a clear passion for what he does.
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Jonathan B.

Jonathan B.

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About Tammy G.

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Falls Church, VA
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I am a native Chinese speaker with a BA in English and MBA in Global Management from Thunderbird. I worked as an English to Chinese translator for 2 years in the Ministry of Commerce in Beijing, and
volunteered as an interpreter for the City of Austin. During graduate school, I was a Chinese tutor/language partner for a few of my classmates, all of whom made big progress in their fluency and pronunciation.
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Tyson W. June 30, 2017
· Mandarin · Online
Tammy is amazing...my 12yr.old is so excited to be learning a new language
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David November 15, 2016
· Mandarin · Online
Tammy is outstanding, diligent and very patient!
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Olivia May 12, 2016
· Mandarin · Online
Tammy is a great teacher. My 11 and 13 year old daughters look forward to each lesson and learning the intricacies of Mandarin.
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Tammy G.

Tammy G.

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About Cameron B.

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Muncie, IN
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Hi! I began teaching English as a second language in 2015. I have extensive experience working with all ages and skill levels. In my lessons, I try to provide a focus on communication and usage of gra
mmar and vocabulary.
For my students, being able to get over the inhibitions of speaking a foreign language is the first step. I remember when I was learning Italian the most difficult hurdle for me to surpass was being confident in my own abilities to speak with people. Because of the fear of making glaringly obvious mistakes, I seldom spoke the language while living in Italy. It wasn't until my wife and I were on either side of the ocean, and I was able to speak in Italian without fear of embarrassment, that I was able to learn.
Once I moved back to Italy, I began teaching English with Inlingua, alongside with a cultural cooperative, creating curriculum and study plans for prospective students. In that time I learned that a one-size-fits-all approach to ESL is absolutely useless. What works for one student may not work for another. I hope I can help anybody, regardless of skill level, age, or background, actualize their goals of fluency and mastery!
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Muncie, IN 47304
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