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Noblesville, IN
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I've been teaching and performing professionally for over 10 years. I have my BA in music and business. I have had some amazing experiences along the way. I've worked with world renowned vocal coaches, sang at Carnegie Hall, and played on various cds to raise money/awareness for charity projects. I'm grateful for all of this, but I love working with students on their music most of all. It delights me to see a student have an "aha" moment wher
e they realize that they have what it takes to be great. I'd love to work with you, but if I don't I hope you reach your goals and have fun doing it ! ~ Carrie Jo ~

*** Lesson Details ***
I'm a laid back teacher but you will definitely learn a lot. I just believe if it starts to not be fun, what's the point? Music isn't just about perfect theory and note placement it's about enjoyment. That's why I tailor make every lesson specifically based on my student's goals. I have students that like a more traditional approach so I use standard method books with them. I also have students that want to learn how to play by ear so we use a less traditional method and I teach them chord structures and how to move around easily on their instrument. My favorite thing to teach is vocal lessons but I love teaching piano and guitar also.

*** Studio Equipment ***
The In-Studio lessons are taught on an upright piano or acoustic/electric guitar. Student should bring own guitar. No pets. Waiting room out front for parents.

*** Travel Equipment ***
They need their own instrument.

*** Specialties ***
I've performed at Carnegie Hall and I've had the opportunity to work with world renowned vocal coaches. I offer that as well as techniques that I've developed to help you reach your goals quickly and with great skill !
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Logan P. February 26, 2016
· Piano · In studio
It was awesome! Great experience with Carrie and she got me playing within our first lesson! Couldn't be happier!
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Jennifer M. December 30, 2015
· Guitar · In studio
Carrie was a great teacher for my son! It takes a special kind of person to teach my son and she did a great job at it. Unfortunately Carrie had to move and we are not able to take more lessons with her but we really enjoyed the time we had together.
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Rose G. December 11, 2015
· Piano · In studio
Carrie is a very warm person, very clear in her instructions, and I learned a lot from her.
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Carrie A.

Carrie A.

Noblesville, IN 46060
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About Anna K.

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Muncie, IN

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Professional, active musician will share the joy of playing music with the students. You can count on having fun, effective lessons, and real results fast!

I was born in Cracow, Poland. From an early age I had a deep interest in all types of music. I was encouraged by my parents and quickly developed a talent. I began my musical education at the age of seven studying piano. I studied at The Frederic Chopin Academy of music in Warsaw, Poland and then at the Chicago College of Performing Arts at Roosevelt University where I received a Bachelor of Music Degree in French Horn performance. Later
I received a Master of Music in French Horn Performance and post Master Certificate, both from the DePaul University. I am an active freelancing musician in the Chicago area. (Chamber Opera of Chicago, Northbrook Symphony Orchestra, Oak Park and River forest Orchestra, Skokie Symphony, Lira Ensemble, Highland Park).
I have been teaching piano, music theory and French horn in the Chicago area for five years. I enjoy working with both children and adults.
To broaden my knowledge about teaching I completed courses: Studio Teaching as a Career, Teaching Excellence, and Brass concepts at DePaul University.

*** Lesson Details ***
Students will learn to play piano or horn in a pleasant atmosphere. Additionally they will learn elements of music theory so they can quickly start to play on their own. This will broaden their understanding of music and they will be able play pieces they like. I have method books and studies for any level of playing, but students are welcome to bring their own. I think anyone can learn to play and I can help to achieve this dream. I recommend the book by Daniel Coyle: The Talent Code. Greatness Isn't Born. It's Grown. Here's How.

*** Studio Equipment ***
DePaul University - regular pianos available rooms reserved
At Home Studio- Casio keyboard in living room, french horn,
seating for parents.
In case of horn students they would have to have their own mouthpiece and later on their own instrument. I have breathing equipment to help with playing as well.

*** Travel Equipment ***
My method of transportation would be CTA and walking :)

*** Specialties ***
I specialize in fun and effective teaching. I teach piano, french horn, music theory, ear training. Music is fun and this is how I teach.
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karri April 18, 2017
· French Horn · Online
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Kendall September 11, 2016
· French Horn · Online
I loved Ms. Anna's enthusiasm and constructive criticism. I have been playing horn for 7 years, and this was my first lesson. I have a ways to go, but I loved how she was willing to help me and give me tips in ways that you wouldn't get in your typical band class. I am definitely looking forward to our lessons!! 10/10 recommend for anyone looking for lessons, whether it is your first or your 100th
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Ramesh and Geetha S. April 1, 2016
· French Horn · Online
Anna is a great teacher. We started off with 10 lessons to give our 11 year old son a head start as he was keen to switch from Trombone to French Horn. With Anna's help, he made it! French Horn is a difficult instrument to play compared to other brass woodwind instruments, and finding Anna to help our son has been really beneficial. We highly recommend Anna and we will be signing up for more lessons. In addition, to those who are considering Online lessons, they have been great. We have been using a good webcam (Logitech from Amazon) together with Skype and it has worked out. Thank you!
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Anna K.

Anna K.

Muncie, IN 47303
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About Laila A.

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Carmel, IN
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About Laila
Hello there, my name is Laila and I am former NASA Engineer from Kennedy Space Center.

I recently moved to Carmel from New York City as a project controls engineer working for corporate America on a bridge project. I have decided to be math tutor for students because I have been in engineering school for 9 years and absolutely love math. I would like to help students who are eager to learn and need help. I live very close to Carmel High School and would love to help students on their journey for academic and career success!

Mini Bio: I am a Purdue University graduate in Civil Engineer
ing with a Masters from Portland State in Mechanical Engineering. I later worked for NASA for 4 years and for a major oil/gas company for 3 years. Now that I am in Carmel, I would love to assist you with my experiences, in hopes to inspire and help you succeed in math coursework and your career.

Lets connect on how I can be of assistance to you in math, and test prep as I have been in your shoes once before. Talk to you very soon.

Kind Regards,

Laila
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Racquelle December 11, 2016
· Geometry · Online
Our first session has been wonderful. I love how Ms. Laila evaluate my daughter to assess how to best help my daughter! We are enjoying working with Ms. Laila. I feel truly blessed to have Ms. Laila in our lives!!!
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Diana December 11, 2016
· Algebra · Online
She's amazing! I love her so much!! She's just the worlds best tutor! She explains so well! I have a learning disability and is terrible at math and really have a hard time with it. She breaks down every problem and really makes me understand and that's a miracle!
Please hire her!!!
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Laila A.

Laila A.

Carmel, IN 46032
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About Matt D.

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Lebanon, IN

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Matt is a professionally licensed mathematics teacher in three different states with experience teaching multiple subjects. While receiving a degree from Indiana University in Mathematics Education, Matt also spent time tutoring students on his own as well as through the IU athletic department.

Matt's first experience in the classroom was during his student teaching placement at the middle school level. There, he taught 7th grade math, 8th grade math, and honors Algebra I. After graduation, Matt moved to the Cleveland, OH area to teach Trigonometry to seniors at Bedford High School.


After moving back to Indiana this past summer, Matt received a job at North Montgomery High School where he is currently teaching classes of Geometry and Algebra I.
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· Math · In studio
I am Matt's colleague at North Montgomery High School, and I have observed Matt in many teaching situations. He is a great teacher in one-to-one situations, when he can sit down and really talk through each individual problem, addressing students' specific needs. Middle and high school, in addition to college students will benefit from Matt's teaching and tutoring experiences in Algebra I and II, Geometry, Trig, Pre-Cal, and Calculus.
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M February 1, 2017
· Math · In studio
I am Matt's colleague at North Montgomery High School, and I have observed Matt in many teaching situations. He is a great teacher in one-to-one situations, when he can sit down and really talk through each individual problem, addressing students' specific needs. Middle and high school, in addition to college students will benefit from Matt's teaching and tutoring experiences in Algebra I and II, Geometry, Trig, Pre-Cal, and Calculus.
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M February 1, 2017
· Math · In studio
I am Matt's colleague at North Montgomery High School, and I have observed Matt in many teaching situations. He is a great teacher in one-to-one situations, when he can sit down and really talk through each individual problem, addressing students' specific needs. Middle and high school, in addition to college students will benefit from Matt's teaching and tutoring experiences in Algebra I and II, Geometry, Trig, Pre-Cal, and Calculus.
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Matt D.

Matt D.

Lebanon, IN 46052
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$20 / 30-min

About Ali C.

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Westfield, IN

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Hi, there! My name is Ali and I can't wait to meet you! I've been teaching in public education since 1997 with experience in second through fifth grade. I am licensed 1-8 in all core subject areas. I am currently teaching fifth grade and am available for in-person as well as online lessons in a variety of subjects, and my schedule is flexible. I love helping my students become confident learners that grow in their love of learning, while supporting development of strong academic foundations. I enjoy guiding students in a growth model approach connecting new learning concepts with existing
prior knowledge and experiences. I went to Ball State University and earned a degree in Elementary Education. I'm an enthusiastic, caring, and creative person that is dedicated to the growth and success of my students. My teaching style is hands-on, creative, and based on your child's multiple intelligence strength. I look forward to helping you reach your goals!
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Ali C.

Ali C.

Westfield, IN 46074
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