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Teaches students 5 and up
High School Diploma from Fresno University High School
Teaching since 2010
The ACT English section tests grammar usage, mechanics, and rhetoric. Students need to understand and recognize correct grammar, punctuation, and sentence structure to score well in this section. I have helped many students with ACT English, targeting concept knowledge and skill application as part of their test prep. They continue to study outside of lessons through a customized test prep routine. For the ACT Writing section, I coach how to write a strong, descriptive, and succinct essay response within the time limit.
For over 10 years, my goal as a tutor has been steadfast: I want to help you help yourself. I know from my own experience how hard it is to learn any subject and how much harder it is to find the right teacher. Now I explain the same concepts I've mastered to countless children and adults who need
Teaches students 7 and up
Bachelor Arts Communications maj Psychology from University of New England
Awarded 'The Elegant Solution' TV Series Song of the Year Nomination from AGSC Australian Guild of Screen Composers
Fun. No boring lessons. Period.
As an author, writer, communicator and professional coach, Zelda Sheldon teaches and coaches all levels, all ages, all walks of life.
There are many reasons why people want to learn vocabulary. Some want to get better grades at school; some want to write more impactful papers and essays at college, some want to communicate more powerfully at work and in life, and others just want to express themselves more clearly.
Zelda's lessons are interactive and fun so the learning is more enjoyable. Which is so important. Because when the learning is enjoyable, the student can experience easier learning, greater understanding and faster progress.
I could go on and on, but here I'll share some of my favorite quotes about learning that align with my teaching philosophy:
“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.” – Benjamin Franklin
“Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty. Anyone who ...
Zelda has been teaching private lessons for over 12 years and is currently available to teach weekly voice, performance and music lessons online and at her home studio in Nashville, TN, USA. She provides a dynamic, student-structured training curriculum for voice, singing, confident speaking, a
Teaches Elementary, Middle School, High School, College
Teaching since 2012
Hello! My name is Gloria and I am currently working at Fordham Law as an AmeriCorps (domestic peace corps) member! I spent many years tutoring my brothers and sisters while also being a teacher assistant in NYC. I am very interested in working with your family as with experience, feel I am a perfect fit for the job. If not this time, I would love to be considered for future opportunities. Thanks!
Hi! My name is Gloria and I have been teaching for over five years. I started by tutoring English and Spanish to Elementary, Middle School, High School, and College students while also being a teacher assistant in NYC. Afterward, I taught students with diverse backgrounds in Latin America, Asia, an
Speaks Arabic, Duala, English, French, German
Teaching since 1976
MBA (concentration in Finance) from Zicklin School of Business, New York, NY
I'll help you understand text and subtext and discuss your reading with you.
Bonjour! Hello! Hallo! I teach several languages: French, German, and English for non-native English speakers. I tailor my lessons to each student's individual needs and I always go above and beyond the basic lesson, with follow up between lessons. I try to make learning a language fun and alive
Dr. D. B.
Speaks English, Spanish
Doctor of Education from University of Phoenix
Awarded Presentation Excellence from American College of Education
Dr. D. B.
I provide assistance in curriculum instruction, conducting discussion groups, and clarifying course content. I train students in developing effective writing and library research skills. I have extensive counseling of students to help them establish goals, identify options, and determine plans for action in reference to their studies. I hold a Doctorate degree in Educational Leadership and Curriculum & Instruction.
About Dr. D.
Greetings! I am a dynamic educator with comprehensive knowledge and experience in the education and business fields. I have extensive experience mentoring and helping students develop research, writing, critical and creative thinking skills, as well as to establish goals and determine plans for
Awarded Class of 2017 Outstanding Middle Childhood Education Graduate. from Ohio University Eastern Campus
B.S.Ed. with honors in Middle Childhood Education - concentrations in Science & English Language Arts from Ohio University
Teaching since 2014
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Ohio University graduate holding Ohio and West Virginia licensure in teaching 4th through 9th grade Science and English Language Arts. Taught English and technology full time in the public school setting after hundreds of hours tutoring during college. Has strong background in science; presented research at the local, state, and international levels. Scored 99th percentile in SAT reading and writing sections. Experienced at designing and implementing original, standards-aligned instruction to a diverse spectrum of learners. Skilled at interpersonal relations and utilizing technology to efficiently collaborate and communicate. Can also offer beginner guitar and vocal lessons (12+ years experience, plays paid gigs regularly).
Greetings! I am a certified middle school teacher in Science and English Language Arts who is happy to help with distance learning. I have extensive experience at tutoring and in my content areas, and I was homeschooled so I can offer tips on the transition to home instruction. I know it's not easy
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