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Maram M. ...I've lived many years at France where I study and gained degrees including bachelor in Science from Rennes University and others from Paris. I know all about the French language: reading, writing, speaking, grammar, etc. I hold a Bachelor in Science with majors in physics and chemistry, and have taught and tutored physics in a high school setting for 13 years.
12 Subjects: including algebra 1, prealgebra, physics, algebra 2
Milwaukee, WI
Shannon M. ...I am a 2nd degree black belt in TaeKwonDo and a three time member of the US Nationals Full Contact Stick Fighting Team. I co-own a martial arts studio in Wisconsin where I teach classes to children and adults. I have a Ph D in philosophy from Penn State University and have taught Logic both online and in the classroom for more than 20 years at the college level.
4 Subjects: including prealgebra, logic, martial arts, philosophy
Hartland, WI
Boris D. ...I pride my son's grade of A in math demonstrating that all students can learn with the right tutor to help students. I am a stern tutor, and at the same time very passionate about math. I am eager to help my students who need math or Hebrew tutoring to be successful.I teach Algebra 1 to middle and high school students with great results.
10 Subjects: including geometry, trigonometry, SAT math, ACT Math
Milwaukee, WI
Annie M. ...American History is my strength and I have a clear understanding of how to get students to engage in the analysis of events when reading about history. I am a DPI licensed Reading Teacher and Specialist. I have been teaching reading for 7 years to students who struggle with literacy.
17 Subjects: including elementary math, reading, English, elementary (k-6th)
Milwaukee, WI
Rebekah R. ...I think the one thing that makes me an outstanding math tutor, is that I am patient and easy to relate to. Students struggle and the tutor should not get upset when they do not understand what your teaching the first time. That means the tutor needs to find a different approach to teaching the material.
11 Subjects: including prealgebra, probability, algebra 1, grammar
Milwaukee, WI

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