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Danielle B.

Chicago, IL

About Danielle

Hello, my name is Danielle. I am recent college graduate from Carleton College, one of the nation's premier liberal arts institutions. I graduated with a degree in Russian Language and Culture and extensive coursework in Mathematics and Computer Science.

I was a true math geek in high school. I was on Walter Payton College Prep's state champion math team. I love helping students transition into the strange world of equations and variables that is high school mathematics.

I am also a INTESOL Worldwide certified TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) instructor. My certification is
the highest level certification possible in the TEFL field. I've taught English to students with a variety of backgrounds and native languages. I am offer lessons for all levels from beginner to expert at a location of your choice. I can help you with your grammar, pronunciation, TOEFL test preparation and much more.

Finally, I offer Russian Language lessons for any individual. I have a B.A. in Russian Language and culture and have studied Russian at both Moscow State University and Irkutsk State Linguistic University. I have previously tutored individuals in Russian. Are you hoping to get extra practice talking? Do you have no idea how to say hello? Well I'd love to work with you!

I have extensive experience working with both children and adults. I always strive to create a lesson plan tailored to your needs and desires. Nothing is more rewarding than helping someone reach their education goals.
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Danielle B.

Danielle B.

Chicago, IL 60622
starting at
$20 / 30-min
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Amadou C.

Chicago, IL

About Amadou

I am a distinguished graduate with Summa Cum Laude honors from Ivy Tech College. I make it my duty to break down many of the complexities in math and science that have been plaguing students since the beginning of time. I have over 7 years of teaching experience, and I have taught several middle-school and high-school students math, science and ACT/SAT prep who have went on to make 180 degree turns in their grades under my instruction. And because I have worked with such a vast diversity of people over the span of 16 countries throughout the world, I have developed the patience and understand
ing that is crucial in producing stellar students. Age has never been a problem with me, as I've helped several post-graduate students straighten out their grievances in math and science.

As an engineering major at IIT, I naturally maintain an exemplary study ethic that inspires my students to achieve more. I bring results. I relate to my students by incorporating elements of the things that they like (sports, hobbies, music, etc...) into their most challenging courses allowing them to develop a passion for the courses I tutor. Additionally, I always make a conscious effort to work at each student's own pace and I make it my priority to decompose enigmatic topics into components that can be more easily internalized by my students, effectively increasing their grades and giving them the self-confidence and enthusiasm they need to fuel their future academic endeavors. I guarantee quality, commitment, and a passion for training my students to be the best.

I have lived in over 20 countries, which allowed me to speak several languages, and which permitted me to maintain my patience, élan and spirit of enthusiasm when dealing with even the most extreme personalities. I have solid background in both math and the natural sciences, as I have consistently maintained a 4.0 G.P.A since high school. I am now studying mechanical engineering at IIT, and I have gotten 5s in all of my AP Chemistry, AP Physics and AP Biology exams. I have also been the winner of many STEM-related competitions, through my demonstrating of exemplary leadership qualities and through my brainstorming of blue-sky ideas. I am also a "Mental-Math" practitioner, reflexologist and guitarist. I believe that everyone has potential; however potential is worthless unless put in motion. And experts like me value ourselves in our abilities to give students that push, that jolt of energy that galvanizes them into pulling themselves up by their own bootstraps, allowing them to achieve academic excellence.
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Anthony December 31, 2016
AP Calculus · Online
Amadou is a great tutor. He is very patient and very helpful. I quickly became comfortable learning from him and was very grateful at how patient and helpful he was with me.
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Keri .. November 13, 2016
French · Online
Verified Student
Wonderful instructor. She now enjoys her lessons and has much enthusiasm for each one.
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Navila February 24, 2016
Algebra 2 · Online
Amadou has been a great help for our daughter. She was struggling in her class and wasn't exactly seeing eye-to-eye with the teacher. Amadou was able to identify her strength/weaknesses and encouraged her to not doubt her initial instincts. While it took sometime for her to realize it, he influenced her to change her study habit. He followed up with us by providing addition work/practice problems that strategically enabled her to work in a "harder" problem. I do believe that he is worth every penny.
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Amadou C.

Amadou C.

Chicago, IL 60615
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$16 / 30-min
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Fernando L.

Chicago, IL

About Fernando

Hi there! My name is Fernando L. and I am looking forward to working with you. I have helped many students throughout my four years of private teaching. I am currently working with "Mariachi Oro y Plata", and had the honor to also work with Chicago Youth Symphony Orchestra. I look forward to working with you and achieving your goals soon.

*Travel Equipment*
My violin, tuner, stand, metronome, and books. I expect the student to have his/her very own violin and stand.

*My Specialties*
Private or group lessons for all ages, competition/ audition preparation as well.

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xpect to have fun and a learning experience. If you are determined, passionate and/or dedicated, what are you waiting for?
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Fernando L.

Fernando L.

Chicago, IL 60629
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$25 / 30-min
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Walker P.

Chicago, IL

About Walker

I love language: I speak English, French, Japanese, and some Spanish and German. France is where I first started tutoring, when a new friend and I - Akira - taught each other our native languages using French to explain things. That led me to move to Kyoto where I studied and worked on organic farms for a year, and was lucky enough to befriend 3 awesome Frenchies and become even more fluent. In America, at DePaul University, I received a BA in English and French; I worked for the Writing Center and helped my peers edit (and sometimes start over) 1000s of formal essays, held round table discuss
ions with foreign exchange students, and led one-on-one conversations with people looking to improve their English. When I was in France I worked at a day-care/farm combo and took care of young children while we nurtured the animals. So whether you're 5 and need help with your shapes, 17 with lit-analysis essays, or 55 and want to begin learning a language for the first time, I've got your back! Currently I work as a private tutor of Japanese, English, and French. I also lead a number of workshops and social events focusing on shamanism in and around Chicago.
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Sebastien October 17, 2015
Japanese · In home
Verified Student
Walker is very organized and has been an excellent teacher for my son.
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Redar August 10, 2015
English · In studio
Thank you very much for helping me, You are one of the best tutor which I had during my study at ELA(DePaul Language Academy). Walker has a great personality and patient for teaching his students the best language skills. Walker`s subjects is not only enhances the language skills, but also the way how a student has to interact with environment which he lives in. He uses different teaching approaches such as games, sports conversation , and deep cultural conversation to make a student gain enough self-confidence to use the language properly. Besides that, his correct use of language skills enhances the students capability for taking more space, and feel more comfortable using the language. Thank you for teaching me English, thank you for making me feel comfortable while I am talking mine 6th language. The most important part of his tutoring sections is the way who he provides the information about the cultural environment, so to help the students to be solid against any culture shock waves. Thank you again for being such a great tutor. Thank you for encouragements, They helped me to feel more confidence while I am using the language for my academic purpose and among my friends.
"سوباس تۆ ماموستایکی باش بوی"
"كنت أفضل معلم"
"Je bent best mentor"
"En iyi öğretmen vardır"
"Siz yaxşı tərbiyəçi var"
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Katherine August 7, 2015
Japanese · In studio
Walker is an awesome instructor. He's funny and warm and practicing conversation is always something I looked forward to! He's hands-down my favourite tutor I've ever had. As Japanese is such a complicated language, that's saying a lot. I had tons of problems with grammatical rules and Walker really made me feel at ease with his easy to understand explanations. I learned more Japanese in our weekly conversation sessions than I did in a year of my college classes. ウォーカー先生、ありがとうございます!^ - ^
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Walker P.

Walker P.

Chicago, IL 60618
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$20 / 30-min
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Abla G.

Chicago, IL

About Abla

I have been Teacher for 8 + years and love working with adults or kids. I was born Palestine and fluent in Arabic and can teach math very well. I have a bachelors in computer engineering from UCF and a minor in Actuary.
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Abla G.

Abla G.

Chicago, IL 60611
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$25 / 30-min

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