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Maria-Madeleine F. My name is Maria-Madeleine Ferrand. I am a native Spanish speaker, experienced school teacher, as well as a private tutor teaching how to read and write in Spanish. I have a bachelor's in Education from the University UNIFE (Lima, Peru). I am interested in sharing and using my experience and my academic formation for my students' benefit through private tutoring classes.
2 Subjects: including Spanish, elementary (k-6th)
Yorba Linda, CA
Azumi A. ...I am experienced in JLPT prep work as well. Also, I was working at Japanese Saturday school until March 2013. I was in charge of the 6-year-old class.
1 Subject: Japanese
Pasadena, CA
Emma E. ...I graduated from Barry University with my Doctorate degree of Podiatric Medicine in 2009 with 3 years of hospital-setting clinical experience. I have a BA in Biology and a Doctorate in Podiatric Medicine. I obtained a BA in Biology and a Doctorate in Pediatric Medicine.
7 Subjects: including chemistry, biology, anatomy, elementary math
Anaheim, 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 chemistry, reading, calculus, physics
Glendale, CA
Jesse M. ...I am a multimedia artist who has been working in the art and music world most of my life. I studied music at USC's School of Music. And I put on art shows around the LA and OC areas.
37 Subjects: including reading, English, writing, ESL/ESOL
Cerritos, CA

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