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Lisa R. ...My Professional Educator License (formerly teaching certificate) is for LBS 1, Reading Specialist, ELL, and secondary education. I am a certified reading specialist and am very knowledgeable about the process of learning to read. If students struggle in their development of reading, I am able to assess and intervene in their areas of struggle- fluency, vocabulary knowledge or comprehension.
16 Subjects: including Reading, English, Writing, Dyslexia
$60.00/hr
Wheaton, IL
Jason M. ...In fact, for the last seven years, a significant portion of my tutoring business has consisted of adults who need to relearn complicated math to apply to graduate programs. Furthermore, I regularly help international executives with their adjustment to American life, providing a strong emphasis on grammar, idioms, and business English. I've also worked as an ESL instructor.
31 Subjects: including ACT Science, ACT Math, ACT English, Reading
$70.00/hr
Chicago, IL
Timothy C. ...I greatly enjoy the work that math requires, applying concepts and equations to solve problems. I believe this is only part of what makes me a good tutor. My patience, creativity, and my relational attitude help me to engage with students, helping them to feel more comfortable to tackle problems on their own.
8 Subjects: including Calculus, Geometry, Algebra 1, Algebra 2
$50.00/hr
Chicago, IL
Lani L. ...My goal is for our sessions to be motivating, uplifting, and productive. My credentials follow: B.S., Chemistry, DePaul University; M.S., Organic Chemistry, UW-Madison; M.S.Ed., Education & Social Policy, Northwestern University; 4 years high school chemistry teaching & tutoring experience; 5 ye...
5 Subjects: including Chemistry, Writing, Organic Chemistry, Proofreading
$80.00/hr
Hinsdale, IL
Debra A. ...Productive vocabulary refers to words used in context, where the individuals are able to match the intended meaning. The types of vocabulary needed for success are, reading vocabulary, listening vocabulary, speaking, and writing. Grammar is the foundation and ability to express ourselves.
10 Subjects: including Reading, Writing, Dyslexia, Grammar
$50.00/hr
Glenview, IL

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