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Teaching since 2011
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Due to my enthusiasm for Foreign languages, I am fluent in French and can read Russian, German, and Spanish. French was my minor and chemistry was my major. I was elected to the Phi Beta Kappa honor society based on my achievements in the fields of chemistry and French. I have also enhanced my fluency in French by traveling abroad, including residing in France at the University of Poitiers as well as traveling abroad to Paris, Brussels, and Calais. I look forward to spreading my enthusiasm for foreign languages to others.
Good day. I very much enjoy tutoring students online and in person and have been tutoring students of all ages since 2011 and have provided more than 8,000 lessons. As a former forensic chemist for the Drug Enforcement Administration and a small-group water-testing laboratory supervisor for the US
Jazz Composition from Berklee College of Music
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
I graduated from Berklee College of Music, majoring in Jazz Composition and Music Production and Engineering. My master's was Acoustics. After I finished my graduate study, I published a book in Indonesian language that explains acoustics as a technical field. After few years working in a loudspeaker manufacture as sound system designer and loudspeaker engineer, I published my second book about loudspeaker measurement. I am a native Indonesian who lives in USA. I can teach Indonesian language to other English speaking person.
Since 2009, I have completed over 600 public music performances as a part of a band and/or as a solo keyboardist. I have performed at over 50 different venues in Philadelphia, Wilmington, New York City, Baltimore and New Jersey area. I mainly play piano, electric piano and Hammond organ. As member
First,when I contacted with him about lessons,he suggested me interview that there’s no charge but he would want to discuss with me what I would do expect piano lessons for my son for future.
After discussion,I sent my son another day,it was the first lesson.
Surprisingly,he had prepared its already pre-printed lesson flows!
I appreciated it that it means,we guardians don’t need worry about what we could expect lessons,but of course required practice for next time.
Patent could check what happened the lesson was,what would be for next.
Bastin,Alfred,as you know,those textbooks that kids could learn all the notes.
He uses some of them,it would be combined for your child.
If you looking for the best fundamentally for your child,to play piano,not only enjoyable one,I think he’s the best.
I know there are many Japanese families in Bryn Mawr,I would recommend he’s class!
We are moving family,I expect the piano lessons with him would be make my son’s knowledge to play piano more stronger,also beyond countries,even time passed by.
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 2014
Teaches students 5 and up
Robert E.Book Now
I’ve spent 4+ years tutoring students who were at risk of dropping out of school. I’m very patient and encouraging, and I know how to inspire people to give their best effort.
Hi! My name is Robert Emeh, and I’m a first year medical student at Howard University. I’ve spent over 4 years tutoring students who were at risk of dropping out of school. I’ve always been a strong student, having graduated college with a 3.95 gpa. I’m ready and willing to help and inspire student
Speaks English, Japanese, Vietnamese
Teaching since 2017
Teaches students 15 and up
Learning a new language is uneasy and it definitely takes time but it is also definitely possible. I have had opportunities to work with a lot of students who have different learning purposes and all of them have put a lot of work and I believe their Vietnamese families and friends do appreciate their efforts and being able to communicate in Vietnamese is helping them get closer to each other. I am here to work with you on that journey. Thank you for being interested in our language, our country, our people and our culture :)
Xin chào! My name is Trang. I build up lessons based on what you want to learn instead of what I want to teach so that we can help you reach your goal as soon as possible. I am from the North so if you want to study the Southern accent, I am afraid that I can not help you speak with 100% accent of
Speaks American Sign Language, English
Teaches students 10 and up
Awarded Interpreter of the Year from Minnesota DeafBlind Association (MDBA)
I will work with you wherever you are at.
I have skills with DeafBlind Interpreting and was awards the MDBA (Minnesota DeafBlind Association) 2017 Interpreter of the year award.
I am Sarah. I graduated from North Central University in 2013 with a B.A in American Sign Language/English Interpreting. Since my graduation I have been working with Deaf and Hard of Hearing students in high school to learn independent living skills and job seeking skills. I have also been wo
Speaks English, Hindi
Teaches students 5 and up
Bachelor of Arts Philosophy (honours) from Kamla Nehru College, University of Delhi, New Delhi
My Hindi classes provide the social, political and philosophical contexts of the prose or poetry at hand. Each class is well-structured according to individual needs and paced accordingly too. I often tell interesting facts about the language and everyday life in northern India.
My students feel at ease and look forward to their classes because they are interesting and heavily incorporate things that they relate to. This way Hindi literature remains contemporary and relevant to new generations of readers.
My teaching style is inviting of student participation, supportive and gentle. I work best with individuals aged twelve years and up.
Teaching Hindi since 1988 when I was a teenager myself, my classes are exciting, replete with interesting information about the people of northern India that it represents. I studied Philosophy (honours) at the University of Delhi, India. I opted for advanced Hindi studies consistently throughout m
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9 May 2012
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It gives me great pleasure to write this recommendation on behalf of Youngju Lee. Youngju has taught Korean language and Arts at Kodaikanal International School since July 2009.
Kodaikanal International School is an international school located in Tamil nadu India in South India since 1901, making it one of the oldest schools in the country. It was originally a school for American missionaries. It has been an international school since 1974 and currently has a student body representing some 30 nationalities drawn primarily from within India but also in lesser numbers from various geographical regions that include countries located in Asia, Australia, Europe, and the Americas. KIS has also been a preferred choice of families of Indian origin settled abroad when they have wanted their children to have exposure to India and Indian culture because of its multicultural approach and the diversity of the staff and student body.
Youngju is an excellent teacher and I have enormous respect for her work in the classroom. She works well with students, is positive influence with the students and is able to encourage them to achieve their best. She uses a variety of approaches in her classes from group and individual work. She establishes a good relationship with her students, explains things carefully, prepares well and has a very effective yet relaxed delivery style. She has a positive rapport with her students and they demonstrate mutual respect and they enjoy learning. Students feel well supported in her class and enjoy her classes. She also cares for her students outside of the classroom and follows up on any concerns she or others may have of an individual.
Youngju has played an active role in extracurricular activities through her participation as chaperone on field trips, organizing events and student activities.
Youngju and her husband Stephen have settled well into the broader community in Kodaikanal and enjoy their life here with their family very much. In conclusion, I believe Youngju would make a good contribution to any school community. Please do not hesitate to contact me for more information about Youngju Lee.
I recommend her wholeheartedly as an exceptional teacher and wish her well.
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