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Gabrielle M. ...I help students struggling with listening comprehension, speech (expressive and receptive language), phonics, reading comprehension, spelling, writing, grammar, vocabulary, math, history, science, test-taking and study skills. I have worked with many children who have speech delays or language disorders, such as specific language impairment. I have also helped many children on the spectrum.
19 Subjects: including prealgebra, elementary (k-6th), elementary math, English
$45.00/hr
Chino Hills, CA
Aaron C. ...I believe every student can learn and, although every student may learn differently, it is my job to find out what work best for your student and help them succeed. I look forward to working with you and feel free to contact me to learn more and schedule lessons.I have 14 years of experience tea...
5 Subjects: including geometry, algebra 1, elementary math, prealgebra
$30.00/hr
Glendora, CA
Gregg O. ...My approach is to impart clear paths towards problem solutions, while reviewing and strengthening any core ideas in need of reinforcement. I also work with my students to develop effective study strategies, especially crucial for good performance in calculus. I've tutored math for over 4 years, with students ranging from junior high through college ages.
7 Subjects: including calculus, algebra 1, algebra 2, trigonometry
$70.00/hr
Alhambra, CA
Tanya E. ...Then when I cut the pizza, I showed them that the slices of pizza were shaped like triangles. In addition, after the completion of an author study, each child would write a letter to the author and share their likes or dislikes about the book; and/or questions about the characters in the book. We also sometimes created mini plays from the characters of the book.
11 Subjects: including elementary (k-6th), reading, English, writing
$65.00/hr
Encino, CA
Raffi H. ...In other words, one begins to finally understand, fundamentally, why the natural world is described mathematically, and not some other way. The techniques of both Calculus and Linear Algebra are brought to bear on problems of dynamics -- that is how things move and change with respect to one another. I matriculated into the Doctoral Program in Mathematics at University of Illinois.
20 Subjects: including linear algebra, reading, differential equations, algebra 1
$50.00/hr
Glendale, CA

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