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Saint Peters, MO
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I'm a certified teacher and private tutor based in the St. Louis, MO area. I work one-to-one in a face-to-face format for students in the St. Louis, MO area and online one-to-one for students outside St. Louis. My personal goal is to foster academic success in the student in your life. In addition, I strive to teach the necessary skills for every one of my students to become independent learners.

I first began tutoring music while in college and gradually shifted my focus to academic tutoring. I considered myself a teacher since my first part‑time job as a swim instructor.

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reading comprehension and algebra to study skills and English, my mission is to tutor students who have fallen through the cracks in our educational system. Meeting my clients’ specialized needs is an essential part of each lesson I create.

I hold a Master’s Degree in Elementary Education (emphasis on reading and reading comprehension) and a Bachelor’s Degree in Music Education. My teaching experience includes 32 years of tutoring, 10 years in the public school system teaching first grade, 10 years in both the public school system and private schools teaching music and 1 year at Southwestern Illinois College (SWIC) teaching basic computer use.
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Becky D.

Becky D.

Saint Peters, MO 63376
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Chesterfield, MO
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Kelsey W.

Kelsey W.

Chesterfield, MO 63005
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Fenton, MO
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I have experience tutoring most school subjects ranging from 8th grade to early college. I work with students to find their unique learning style, discover strengths, and improve in other areas. Instead of only working through problems, I develop study skills and organization skills with the students if needed. I have experience tutoring students with special needs as well.

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-Double majored in Forensic Science and Insect Science
-Minored in Philosophy
-I took the ACT twice and improved my score by 8 points. I excelled in the English and Reading portions of the exam.
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omeschooled, so I enjoy and encourage learning outside of the traditional classroom. I read a lot of literature, and have taken a wide variety of classes.
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Justine L.

Fenton, MO 63026
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Hazelwood, MO

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My name is Monica Jones and I have a certification in Early Childhood Education and a Masters in Education. I have taught Kindergarten and PRE-K. I taught Kindergarten in a Charter School and St. Louis Public School. I currently teach PRE-K at Ladue School District. I love teaching children how to read and write. I can also teach basic Math facts. Teaching is my passion and is a reward within it's self. My students meet their personal goals in a timely matter and gain self-confidence.
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Monica J.

Monica J.

Hazelwood, MO 63042
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$20 / 30-min

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Saint Louis, MO
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I am a very easy going guy, friendly and not 'stiff'.
I am unusually versatile, able to work at any level and with any student.
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paul H.

Saint Louis, MO 63131
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$20 / 30-min

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