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Keith R. ...I taught math with a national tutoring chain for five years. I have taught calculus as a private tutor since 2001. As an undergraduate, I took three semesters of elementary calculus, which included two semesters of single variable calculus and one semester of multivariable calculus.
18 Subjects: including prealgebra, writing, calculus, geometry
New Castle, DE
Richard  K. ...I find phonology interesting and I have done some study of that, which has given me a good, thorough understanding of the sounds of language, which is helpful in teaching phonics. I've always enjoyed teaching phonics because I've had a lot of success doing it, and I find it relaxing. I use an analytic approach to teaching handwriting, similar to the old Palmer Method.
14 Subjects: including prealgebra, reading, English, algebra 1
Malvern, PA
Neil G. ...I have been a teacher from 1969 to the present day, sometimes full-time and sometimes part-time. I cover a wide range of subjects, including but not limited to English, reading, writing, vocabulary, grammar, folklore, most maths, history, social science, some sciences, German, French, SAT, and A...
49 Subjects: including prealgebra, reading, English, writing
Wilmington, DE
Sarah M. ...The majority of my job has consisted of teaching my students how to approach unfamiliar material, absorb it, and remember it. I have had great success teaching my students how to use their own strengths, interests, and learning styles to become better scholars. History was one of my two majors in college, from which I graduated with honors and distinction within the history major.
10 Subjects: including prealgebra, English, study skills, reading
Wilmington, DE
Valerie J. ...Math problems are simply puzzles- once you figure out the pattern, the answer is revealed. When people use English correctly, stories and information flow. When they don't, the message is lost because the brain focuses on the mistake, rather than the message.
4 Subjects: including prealgebra, grammar, elementary math, handwriting
New Castle, DE

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