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Speaks French, Italian, English
Master Degree in Accounting and Financial Management from Keller Graduate School of Management
Teaches students 17 and up
I'm a Certified Holistic Life, Career & Executive Coach, am also an Accounting and QuickBooks Expert and . I have over 18 years of business experience. I pride myself on being clear and to the point. I not only know how to do but I know how to teach. I have mentored colleagues and train QuickBooks to laymen who wanted to get a better understanding how to use QuickBooks. I have also tutored the children of friends in accounting and math subjects. I enjoy teaching and helping others to succeed.
I am an advanced user in QuickBooks. My expert proficiency has enabled me to analyze data quickly and deliver business intelligence in support of operational and strategic decision making.
I am an Accounting, Finance and QuickBooks Expert and I have over 20 years of business experience. I pride myself on being clear and to the point. I not only know how to do but I know how to teach. I have mentored colleagues and train QuickBooks to laymen who wanted to get a better understanding ho
Elmos is very knowledgeable and explains each step with precise instructions. Elmos asked what I wanted to accomplish with my lessons, and went to the point.
Thank you for your patience and your vast knowledge.
I would recommend others that need guidance in Quickbooks online to reach out to Elmos for instruction.
Speaks English and French
Teaches students 5 and up
Bachelor's of Science in Health Management and Master's in Leadership and Health Informatics. from Northeastern University (2007 to 2014) and Grand Canyon University (2016 to 2019).
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I will help College students in Essay questions, thinking, punctuation, construct sentences, understanding and developing your topic and topic sentences, organizing papers, and formatting papers. Also, ESL students are welcomed to learn the basic English, vocabulary, the verbs and tenses and learn how to construct and build proper English and assist students in their homework at the level of Basic and intermediate English.
My name is Garry F. I believe in God and in Education. I earned my Bachelors with Honors from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts in 2010, and 2 Masters one in Leadership from Northeastern University in 2014 and another one in Health Informatics from Grand Canyon University in Phoenix,
Teaches students 8 to 65
Teaches Elementary, Middle School, High School, College
Master of Teaching English from Tufts University
Students hate writing because they’ve been disenfranchised. They are told to write about things that are of no interest to them. Or they are continually drowned in a flood of suggestions and critique. I helped students who think they hate to write by helping them see that writing is an extension of their interests. I use what a student loves to break through and help them see that writing can be meaningful to them, not just an assignment from the teacher.
I understand that skills taught does not equal skills learned and that every person needs his or her own personalized approach to learning. Therefore, everyone receives an individualized program geared to his or her needs and interests. With a mindful approach, we can get to what’s really going on and make learning moments easier for everyone.
With over two decades of teaching experience, I help students get in touch with how they learn best. My services are tailored to each individual because the process of writing can reveal specific barriers to, and opportunities for learning and growing. I use mindfulness as a tool: I actively listen
Speaks English, Spanish
Bachelors of Science in Business Administration from Capella University
Teaches Elementary, Middle School, High School, College
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Students can expect to learn about crafting the plot of a story by outlining its structure along with scene development. Students will learn about plot, structure, and scenes followed by in/out class writing assignments for practice along with critique.
I specialize in realism or realistic pencil drawing. I also draw with pen, which does not allow for mistakes to occur. I start with a blank sheet of paper that eventually develops into a finished piece of art that usually takes about 8 hours of straight drawing. I have won many art awards. I began
Teaches Middle School, High School
Teaches students 4 and up
Teaching since 2014
It’s your story, so let’s write it! Learn how to take your creative ideas and shape them into a story or poem through plot devices, character development, tone, mood, setting, and so much more! Whether it’s for school or just for fun, we will build your story and edit as we go. Writing exercises and games will challenge your creative process and help you find YOUR literary voice.
"Don't just sing, PERFORM!" Aubrey moved to Los Angeles after earning her BA in Theatre Performance and Musical Theatre at Marymount Manhattan College in New York City. Since moving to Los Angeles, Aubrey has taught as a summer Musical Theatre Director at the prestigious Youth Academy of Dramatic A
Speaks Chinese, Chinese
Teaches High School, College
Teaches students 8 and up
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When I first started performing magic professionally, I found information was difficult to find. Everything in books was either poorly explained, dated, disorganized, or difficult to decipher. Besides, there was little rhyme or reason to the way information was laid out. There were no progressions
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