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Carolyn R. Hi! My name is Carolyn, and I taught math and physics in Wisconsin for ten years. Currently, I am certified to teach math in both Wisconsin and Illinois, and I do substitute teaching at about ten different schools in both Illinois and Wisconsin.
22 Subjects: including ACT Science, physical science, SAT math, algebra 1
$40.00/hr
Twin Lakes, WI
Christie F. ...What was happening during that time period that led to a law being passed or revoked? My teaching style is interactive and I do not limit myself to conventional materials. There is much to be learned from literature, classic and contemporary, as well as television and cinema.
17 Subjects: including philosophy, reading, English, writing
$40.00/hr
Zion, IL
Ann L. ...This experience made me much more sensitive to students' needs. I also found that in art, immediate feedback on your work is extremely helpful. I learned a great deal about how to critique my work and others.
13 Subjects: including biology, chemistry, astronomy, Adobe Photoshop
$50.00/hr
Bristol, WI
John E. ...I've worked for several big box test prep companies, and I have a 99% score. In the past 5 years, I've written proprietary guides on ACT strategy for local companies. These guides have been used to improve scores all over the midwest.
24 Subjects: including physics, ACT Science, calculus, geometry
$65.00/hr
Chicago, IL
Melanie A. ...I have worked with students to build both phonics and phonemic awareness skills. I have used strategies such as songs, visuals, and games to help students learn. I have worked with students for 8 years creating strategies to help with organization and study skills.
28 Subjects: including ACT Science, reading, writing, algebra 1
$50.00/hr
Lake Forest, IL

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