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Lisa B. ...I have experience working with and motivating students of all abilities. All students deserve to have their educational needs met and need opportunities to learn, grow, and be challenged to strive for excellence. I specialize in students with learning differences, attention challenges, giftedness and twice-exceptional students.
21 Subjects: including algebra 1, chemistry, geometry, biology
Edmonds, WA
Victoria K. I have been tutoring for Mathnasium, but recently decided to quit in order to give myself more opportunities and personal freedom. From my time there, I have learned that utilizing a combination of teaching methods and tools to cater to the learning style of each student is the best way to maximize...
18 Subjects: including algebra 1, writing, calculus, trigonometry
Everett, WA
Mark L. ...While there I also studied linguistics, so I'm well-acquainted with the intricacies of German grammar. Though I'm most comfortable teaching subjects related to my majors, I'm knowledgeable of many more. During my time at Oberlin, I took advantage of the liberal arts education offered there, studying varied topics such as music theory, art history, math, film, and linguistics.
21 Subjects: including algebra 1, calculus, geometry, statistics
Everett, WA
Jacqueline C. ...I look forward to meeting with you!I have taught beginning piano for six years and beginning violin for two years. I was in an audition orchestra in high school and earned a music minor in college. Most of my experience has been with children in elementary school, and I also taught basic music skills to a women in her 50s for six months.
49 Subjects: including algebra 1, English, Spanish, reading
Seattle, WA
Deanna L. ...I allow students to ask those questions and think deeply about the answers so they appreciate what they're learning. My experience in teaching English to non-native speakers started in fifth grade when my teacher placed me next to a Korean and a Japanese student with no English. By the end of the year, we were fast friends, speaking English fluently.
50 Subjects: including algebra 1, English, reading, chemistry
Redmond, WA

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