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Kyle, Country Guitar (In-Person)
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I love teaching because I love passing on my knowledge to others who want to learn.
Malia, French (Online)
An hour lesson just flies by and I’ve learned so much...I’m so excited to return to France and to use all that I’ve learned!
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I teach because I love bringing more music, harmony and joy into this world!
Brittany, Spanish (TakeLessons Live Class)
I was able to connect my son to a live, interactive Spanish lesson within 24 hours...We're having a blast!
Speaks English, Spanish, Portuguese
Teaching since 2004
Teaches students 6 to 80
I will encourage you to creatively and philosophically the ways in which applied visual art practice and reflective assessment of culture interrelate. Your art knowledge will not only be enhanced by understanding contemporary artistic developments but your understanding of what is art in society will most absolutely be enriched.
Hello, I'm here to inspire creativity while guiding the students through interactive technique and skills so that they may find their own voice and be motivated to express it through the arts. I am originally from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and I was raised in a community here in the states infused wi
Bachelor's of Science, Music Therapy, Classical Voice, Creative Writing from SUNY New Paltz
Teaches Elementary, Middle School, High School, College
Awarded Hands on Assistance in Yoga, Advance Training from Yoga Haven
Ever since I was a child, I absolutely loved to write. During my sessions as creative writing tutor, I hope to foster that same love for writing. My students are challenged to stay true to their own voice while simultaneously considering craft, style, syntax, structure, and the myriad elements of engaging, successful writing. My sessions can be catered to a specific goal (standardized testing), or can be an open-ended experience invaluable to academic success.
I have a Master's degree in Music Therapy, am a nationally board certified music therapist (MT-BC); performer and vocal instructor (Bachelor's in Classical Voice); certified yoga instructor and meditation guide (200+); certified and attuned Reiki master; professional writer and editor. ...I fin
Speaks English, Japanese
Awarded Jack Kent Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship from The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation
B.S. in Biomedical Engineering from University of California, Berkeley
Linear algebra takes a big leap into the abstract, and this can be a bit challenging after spending years doing analytical geometry. I once had a professor tell me that linear algebra didn't really have application to the real world, and that it didn't need to, because it was beautiful in and of itself. That's a nice sentiment, but it's not true, actually. Linear algebra is vital in engineering and the sciences precisely because it has some very real applications in regards to systems and their stability. I understand this, and I can help you form a solid understanding of linear algebra as well.
Hello there! My name is Colin, and I have five years of experience tutoring math and science. I am a PhD student in the UC Berkeley-UC San Fransisco joint bioengineering program. My strong background in STEM qualifies me to tutor math and science up through lower-division college courses. Aside fro
Speaks Turkish, English
Awarded Young Society Leader (YSL) from American Turkish Society
Teaches students 5 and up
I am an expert on existentialism for more than ten years. I did my Ph.D. on Soren Kierkegaard's Concept of Anxiety. I published my Ph.D. thesis in 2015. I have several works on Albert Camus, Jean-Paul Sartre, and Ingmar Bergman.
I look forward to talking about meaning of existence with you!
I am a professor of philosophy with a Ph.D. degree. I have been teaching more than eight years. Turkish is my native language. I can teach all level Turkish.
Speaks Mandarin, Spanish
BS, BA from Rutgers University
Teaching since 2015
My undergraduate BS, with specialties in physical anthropology and lithics.
Hello, my name is Joshua. I have years of experience in teaching children, in music and many other subjects---including work with special needs children. I have been in professional bands, composed electronic music for video games and YouTube videos, and written and contributed to textbooks on m
Speaks Russian, English
Teaching since 2013
Ph.D. - finance from Northcentral University
I would really love the opportunity to help you improve your English abilities. I believe in using examples, scenarios, conversation and visual aids to keep the class interesting. I listen to students needs in order to let you guide the lesson topics to where your learning needs and goals will be achieved. I am just a subject matter expert and a facilitator of your learning. I believe strongly in the value of education, self-learning and continuous learning. You will be a better learner if you approach each topic from your interests and from a discovery approach. You may find that learning English while also learning about other topics (business, careers, hobbies, interests, travel, culture, etc.) makes it more valuable.
Hello! I am an accounting/finance/human resources specialist with 20 years experience working in government and business. I have finished a Ph.D. in finance and I enjoy teaching online part-time. I most enjoy helping students with test preparation such as IELTS/TOEFL/GMAT. I also enjoy helping you
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Are your so-called “creative” writing exercises starting to seem a little mundane? Spice it up with these outside-the-box writing ideas and prompts… 1. Explain why the chicken crossed the road. Is the chicken fleeing the alien invasion? Leaving farm life behind in favor of a more sophisticated urban atmosphere? Headed for breast reduction surgery? Going out for cocktails? Have fun with it. 2. Describe a memorable experience from the perspective of your pet. What d …
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Never be stumped again! Here, New York tutor Lauren P. shares some tips to remember tricky rules and get the spelling help you need... To preface, not every word follows a strict spelling rule. There are always exceptions and irregular forms. Therefore, keep this in mind before memorizing any of the following rules. 1) Use funny memory tools for complicated spellings There are many creative ways to remember irregular words with double letters or an assortment of vowels. The weird …
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Getting ready to take the AP Calculus test? Brush up on these study tips from Olympia, WA tutor Tali H... The AP Calculus exam is rumored to be one of the harder AP tests - especially for those of us who math doesn't come easily to. The test takes three hours and 15 minutes, and has 45 multiple-choice questions and six short-answer questions. Both types have a non-calculator part and a calculator part. Even though it sounds daunting, with some determination and productive studying, …
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