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Teaches students 5 and up
Teaching since 1991
35 + yrs playing/teaching experience
Classical to Jazz
Fun mixed with work
Local tutor; Will travel to you, or we can use my studios located in Nassau, Suffolk and all 5 boroughs. My name is Dr. Joseph M., Ba/Ma/Dma, in Education and Performance. I have reference lists a mile long, (with phone #'s, so you contact my previous and current clients), full of succes
MFA in Classical Acting from George Washington University/ The Shakespeare Theatre of DC
Teaching since 2014
Teaches students 5 and up
Our lives revolve around communication, yet we’re rarely given the necessary tools to speak with ease, clarity, and impact. I teach a unique system of techniques to help executives, academics, and other professionals uncover their natural ability to captivate an audience.
I help clients tell engaging stories, develop a confident physical presence, improve vocal clarity and diction, and speak from the heart. Clients uses these skills in all areas of life: from high stakes presentations, to job interviews, to dating.
Clients can choose to work short-term to prepare for a specific speech or interview, for a few months to address a particular habit or skill, or indefinitely; there are always new skills to uncover.
I am a lifelong actor who is passionate about helping clients uncover their natural ability to captivate an audience. I work with both professional performers; and with executives, academics, and anyone seeking to communicate with power, ease, and authenticity. I hold an MFA from the Academy for
She helped me every step of the way to hone my craft, work on monologues, mock audition and so much more. Jennie’s way of teaching makes you think differently and she truly brings out the best side of you. Plus Jennie is so supportive going at my speed giving constructive feed back and making me feel great about my progress.
Lastly, Jennie was understanding of my time and worked around my schedule as well as the “homework” or “things to work on” she gave. Jennie was flexible and the Zoom calls worked incredibly well during this pandemic. Every day I would get off of our call with a smile on my face feeling accomplished!
Overall I would say Jennie was helpful, knowledgeable and a great instructor. I would highly recommend her for anyone who is looking to start acting and have no idea where to begin.
Teaching since 2010
Teaches High School, College
Teaches students 13 and up
Mir A.Book Now
I focus on identifying students' needs and requirements by communicating with the student ahead of the lesson. My goal is to make the lesson efficient with ample tips and tricks on problem-solving techniques.
I have more than 10 years of experience in teaching Mathematics, Physics, Statistics, Chemistry, and Programming at the high school and college levels. I was a teaching assistant for four years during graduate school and I was the 'Honored Instructor Award' recipient for my teaching performance.
Speaks Creole, English
Doctoral of Business Administration from Capella University
Teaches students 18 to 40
Serge D.Book Now
Young CPA here to be your math coach!
Young south Florida CPA giving easy to comprehend lesson in the subject of Accounting and Mathematics.
Teaching since 1996
Teaches students 11 to 14
Teaches Middle School
Pat E.Book Now
I've been a middle school math teacher for 23 years and have taught a range of topics from basic fractions, decimals and percents up to pre-algebra and algebra concepts like multi-step equations and graphing linear equations. If you struggle with math and are a middle school student, I'm your man!
For the past 20+ years I have taught 7th and 8th grade math and Algebra 1. I can help with any math topic from integers, rational number operations, graphing, solving equations, volume and area to story problems and the list could go on and on. My students often tell me that I am good at showing th
Speaks English, Japanese
Teaching since 2014
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
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