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Garrick W. I am a security cleared Certified Public Accountant who has tutored high school and college students in the areas of math, business, statistics, and accounting. I tutored students to help pay for college, and I enjoy helping those who desire to succeed. I am a proud alumnus of the University of Mi...
8 Subjects: including accounting, algebra 1, finance, algebra 2
Oakton, VA
Reem N. ...I teach students of all ages and I am extremely kind and patient especially with young children. The majority of my students are college age students who can be beginners, intermediate or advanced in learning the Arabic language of which I help them with mastering the Arabic language from A to Z...
1 Subject: Arabic
Washington, DC
Arseni P. ...I am a Russian-born American. I studied history and languages at a top university in Russia. I'm passionate about teaching Russian language, and I've been helping American students for over 10 years.
11 Subjects: including ASVAB, Russian, study skills, world history
Gainesville, VA
Maria E. ...There was a strong focus on analyzing spelling skills to discover what exactly is going on in a student's mind and how to correct this. The main intervention I use with my students is word study. I have used word study with my 1st grade students and with students I have tutored in the past.
6 Subjects: including reading, grammar, elementary (k-6th), phonics
Manassas, VA
Sara K. ...I successfully taught homeschool students phonics using R. Spaulding's "Writing Road to Reading." I believe a student's mastery of phonics will give them a lifetime of successful reading and spelling. A good phonics program does not have to be expensive!
21 Subjects: including English, reading, writing, ESL/ESOL
Falls Church, VA

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