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Eric T. ...I am certified to teach all Social Studies content areas for grades 6-12. I currently teach Government twice a week as part of an Evening High School program. One of my undergraduate minors was in Politics and Government.
22 Subjects: including statistics, reading, writing, GED
Chicago, IL
Jonathan M. ...I believe that this method, as opposed to just giving answers away to a homework assignment or test, inspires self-confidence in the student towards the subject by helping them to link the progress they've already made to additional progress that they are more than capable of attaining. I've tut...
9 Subjects: including statistics, Spanish, English, French
Wheaton, IL
LaVerne A. ...I am an outstanding math tutor because my students get results in their classes. For example, I prepared one student for the ACT and she earned a math score of 36. Most of my other students increased their scores by at least 5 points.
15 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, precalculus, algebra 1
Deerfield, IL
Karrie K. ...I am currently in my 15th year at an Illinois public school. I have created multiple curriculum ranging from pre-algebra through pre-calculus and statistics. My students range from students working on their basic skills to accelerated students.
11 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, geometry, algebra 1
Lake Zurich, IL
Alex C. ...In my other life I work full time as a brand strategist which involves lots of writing, research, and problem solving. Despite these credentials the recent accomplishment I'm most proud of has been completing the Second City Improv program and performing in five shows in front of a paid audience...
7 Subjects: including statistics, English, writing, algebra 1
Chicago, IL

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