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Ashley B. ...I have an ESOL endorsement on my teaching certificate. I have taught ESOL middle school students in 6th, 7th, and 8th grade for the past three years. I have administered the ACCESS for ELLs test, as well as the W-APT test that students must take before entering the ESOL program.
22 Subjects: including elementary math, elementary (k-6th), algebra 1, reading
$30.00/hr
Commerce, GA
Kelley C. ...I teach 2nd and 4th graders with a variety of learning disabilities. I use explicit instruction in guided reading, writing and math. We use many manipulatives and graphic organizers to make learning hand-on and concrete.
8 Subjects: including elementary (k-6th), reading, writing, grammar
$45.00/hr
Bethlehem, GA
Christy H. ...My skill-sets and knowledge are unique in the industry. I have used and taught the use of Publisher in two different settings. First, when I taught middle school, I used and taught the use of Publisher to the middle school newspaper team, which I sponsored.
32 Subjects: including GED, elementary math, ACT Math, probability
$45.00/hr
Carnesville, GA
Treisha J. ...My students have ranged from Kindergarten to adults in college who need assistance with ESL. I have become a certified ESL teacher after completing a 120 hour online course with TESOL. I currently am an online tutor in the subjects of Math, English, and Spanish.
7 Subjects: including elementary (k-6th), reading, ESL/ESOL, TOEFL
$35.00/hr
Auburn, GA
Doria D. ...Once that happens, math anxiety goes away and your grades will start to go up! I have taught Algebra 1 recently and am updated on curriculum and requirements. My methods rely on understanding, not memorization.
3 Subjects: including algebra 1, geometry, prealgebra
$50.00/hr
Buford, GA

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