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Richard  K. ...Children do their best work when they are feeling relaxed and happy. Music theory is not hard to understand when it is studied in an orderly way, one small step at a time. Here is the sequence I use in teaching music theory.
14 Subjects: including reading, English, writing, algebra 1
Newtown Square, PA
Diona M. ...I have over 10 years of a experience as a designer. I own a graphic design business that was established in 2006. I have a B.S. in Fashion Design and I currently teach CAD for Fashion Design and Intro to Digital Imaging at Philadelphia University.
5 Subjects: including drawing, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Microsoft Word
Philadelphia, PA
Annie K. ...The students were taught about diction, volume, audience, poise, props, and other important aspects of speech-giving. The students were quite successful in their endeavors, with other teachers commenting on their polished skills. I am certified in Pennsylvania as a Business and Computer Information Technology K-12 educator.
19 Subjects: including reading, English, writing, ESL/ESOL
Doylestown, PA
Denise M. ...I also hold a Master's degree from Temple University in special education and have 18 years experience in special education and inclusion classes. I hold a Master's degree from Temple University in special education and am certified to teach students with ADD/ADHD, autism, cognitive delays, read...
17 Subjects: including reading, English, writing, GED
King Of Prussia, PA
Brent H. ...I took algebra beginning in 5th grade and scored an 800 on the math section of my SAT (and 790 on the similar section of the GRE). Algebra provides a solid foundation for important aspects of business and life for years to come. Writing concisely and effectively is also important, as technical ...
31 Subjects: including English, reading, writing, geometry
Allentown, PA

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