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Gregory B.

Suitland, MD

About Gregory

*** Travel Equipment ***
I am able to provide a full piano. With recording capabilities and metronome.

*** Specialties ***
Gospel, Gospel, a little jazz, and more Gospel.
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Nora May 24, 2016
Classical Piano · In home
Verified Student
Was great with our shy almost 4 year old!
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Timia March 31, 2016
Classical Piano · In home
Verified Student
When you have a patient instructor who smiles and has such an awesome attitude I couldn't have picked a better person to teach my daughter!! Super pleased!
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Christine Montgomery February 19, 2016
Piano · In home
Verified Student
Mr. Brown is very attentive to my 6-year-old with piano lessons. He's very patient and always pleasant. He also tailors his lessons according to my child's development to ensure he's grasping each concept before moving on to the next lesson. I would highly recommend him as a piano instructor.
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Gregory B.

Gregory B.

Suitland, MD 20746
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$25 / 30-min
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Kepa F.

Waldorf, MD

About Kepa

Hi! I'm Kepa Freeman and I'm a musician/educator/composer/tutor/songwriter based in Waldorf, MD who's offering a few different services on this site, but one thing is consistent: I work my hardest to give fun/engaging lessons that guide my students to success.

In terms of credentials I have a Master's of Arts in Teaching in Special Education (Trinity Washington University) and a Bachelor's of Science in Music (Temple University). I'm also a licensed Special Education Teacher for grades K-12 in Washington, DC. On the musical side, my musical credentials can be heard here: www.broadjam.co
m/kepafreeman.

A little about my experience as a teacher. I've spent the last 5 years working as an elementary Special Education Teacher. Before that I was a Music Production Teacher. Before that, I was a teacher's aide for a Special Education High School. a Substitute Teacher, and a Tutor. Overcoming challenges to show my students success is what I do!

I hope to work with you soon!
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Betty B. October 25, 2016
Piano · In home
Verified Student
Wow The lessons are great and I am moving faster than I ever thought after the 2nd lesson. Kepa loves teaching. His method great for a beginner like myself. I can't wait for next lesson. Kepa is so inspiring. I am a senior citizen and I thought taking lessons would be difficult. But Kepa provided otherwise. I made a great choice in selecting Kepa
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Evan And Kaylyn M. September 22, 2016
Piano · In home
Verified Student
Great instructor. Works well with kids and they enjoy working with him. Would not go with anyone else
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Kim September 7, 2016
Elementary Math · In home
Kepa was my son's special education teacher in elementary school. We were so impressed with Kepa's professionalism and he did a great job providing services that were above and beyond the goals in my son's IEP. Once my son moved on to middle school, Kepa tutored him successfully in math and writing. Kepa is kind, creative, and fun and has a particular gift for meeting kids where they are. I've never met a kid (or adult) that didn't absolutely love Kepa!
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Kepa F.

Kepa F.

Waldorf, MD 20602
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$30 / 30-min
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Kelley W.

Accokeek, MD

About Kelley

Hi, I have been teaching private lessons since 2013 and teaching as a certified teacher since 2000. I am currently available to teach lessons at your home, public facility, my home or online to help you meet your learning goals!!
I have helped 100's of students improve their grades, increase their learning confidence and increase national test scores.

I received my educational training at Johns Hopkins University in where I received a degree in curriculum and instruction. My teaching style is engaging and centered on effectively mastering the content for life long success.
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Kelley W.

Kelley W.

Accokeek, MD 20607
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$25 / 30-min
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Ron D.

Upper Marlboro, MD

About Ron

Hi, there! My name is Ron and I can't wait to meet you! I've been teaching mathematics since 2014 and love helping my students to succeed in their math courses and to become confident mathematicians. I went to the University of the South and I earned a degree in Mathematics in 2012. I'm an easygoing and patient person, and I like to help my students to understand math much easier by connecting math to their personal experiences . I look forward to helping you reach your goals!
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Ron D.

Upper Marlboro, MD 20772
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$39 / 30-min
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Christopher F.

Waldorf, MD

About Christopher

After receiving my Master's degree in Architecture / Engineering I went on to work at a firm as a Graphic Designer / Architect. I moved to Charles County where I taught Algebra I and II at the middle school level. While teaching during the day I also taught college level Math at the College of Southern Maryland.

In addition to teaching Math in the classroom, I transitioned into my new teaching position as a Computer Science Teacher. While teaching Computer Science, I had the opportunity to contribute to writing the Computer Science Curriculum as well as proposals for the County's summer En
richment Program.

I have experience teaching in the classroom at the elementary, secondary, and college level. I love to tutor because it allows me to get to know my student's needs and teach them in a way that caters specifically to their learning style! I am well versed in just about every subject. I am all about learning in a fun way and breaking complex topics down in a simple manner!
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Christopher F.

Christopher F.

Waldorf, MD 20603
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$25 / 30-min

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