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Adam K. ...I also played my entire life. My major in college at UNC-Chapel Hill was anthropology. These classes mostly overlap with social studies.
14 Subjects: including reading, grammar, elementary math, Microsoft Excel
Cherry Hill, NJ
Christina D. ...I believe that Social Studies is more than names and put more emphasis on how that person or event was important rather than having students memorize dates. I am organized, punctual, and reliable and the student is always my first priority. I am in favor of one on one or small group instruction and feel that it is more beneficial for the student.
2 Subjects: including world history, American history
Blackwood, NJ
Deborah M. ...I have a Certification in Special Education. Also, my son has Asperger's Syndrome, and like most students, no two children learn in the same way on the same day. Having advocated for my son for the past 12 years, I have learned what works and does not work in terms of how he learns new information.
9 Subjects: including reading, grammar, elementary (k-6th), special needs
Feasterville Trevose, PA
Patricia H. ...I took early retirement a few years ago because my mother's declining health required that I be at home with her full time. During my teaching career which spanned 28 years, I taught English 9 - 12, literature, composition, reading comprehension, logic, critical thinking, journalism, and world c...
20 Subjects: including reading, English, GRE, GED
Pitman, NJ
Zach C. ...Starting at a young age I became very musically involved. I began playing saxophone in grade school and quickly became obsessed with music technology and composition going into high school. I was hired as a tutor/ Lab Tech at the learning center at Berklee College of Music.
5 Subjects: including saxophone, music theory, ear training, composition (music)
Collingswood, NJ

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