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Kazumi M. ...Since I studied mainly comparative sociology between Japan and other Asian countries, I also studied at the University in the Philippines Diliman as a research fellow. I teach Japanese from basic level to advanced level as well as Japanese history and culture.Completed 420 hours Japanese Languag...
2 Subjects: including Japanese, Korean
Fort Lee, NJ
Anastasia S. ...I teach the student how to see an object correctly and logically by demonstrating how to understand and see the relationships between the different lines and shapes that make up the object. Because my method appeals to logic, even students with no drawing or even artistic experience whatsoever a...
2 Subjects: including drawing, painting
New York, NY
Katheryn H. ...I am super patient with children and adults. I know how hard it is sometimes to learn, participate, and practice when lessons don’t seem fun. I make learning fun.
10 Subjects: including reading, English, writing, grammar
North Bergen, NJ
Ricky C. ...While at his title I elementary campus, Ricky taught second grade and had the highest math scores of any member on his team. Ricky has also taught at new design elementary campus in Leander, Texas. He has collaborated with other teachers, principals, and assistant superintendents on how to best meet the needs of struggling students.
6 Subjects: including Spanish, reading, grammar, elementary (k-6th)
New York, NY
Ariyada V. ...In France, I taught high school students English and American history. In Cairo, I taught pre-kindergarteners the basics of English and math. But really, I got most of my experience in South Korea, teaching to many different age groups, from 3 to 18.
15 Subjects: including reading, English, ESL/ESOL, algebra 1
New York, NY

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