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Michael B. ...I have a 97% pass rate on Texas EOC's and have brought state scores up by 40% within six weeks. I have taught Algebra II for over 4 years with a high success rate. All of my students continued to Precalculus and were successful in both subjects.
7 Subjects: including prealgebra, geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2
Tomball, TX
Robin A. ...They thrive in my classroom because I get "what makes them tick". I have also attended district and state conventions on autism awareness and how to help them in the classroom. I have also taught workshops on helping the autistic/Asperger's child be successful in the regular ed. classroom.
24 Subjects: including prealgebra, reading, algebra 1, GED
Spring, TX
Bill E. ...Each student requires different things to trigger the learning/remembering process. My familiarity with students with Special Needs has been developed not only from experience (I have both taught and worked with students), but also from my studies (I have a master's degree in special education),...
27 Subjects: including prealgebra, English, reading, SAT math
Spring, TX
Sang Y. ...I have prior experience from teaching since my high school years. My hopes are once you get to know me I become a friend and someone you can rely on. I have taught before in high school as a senior.
23 Subjects: including prealgebra, English, writing, reading
Houston, TX
Zachary O. ...I spent a year under rigorous tutelage with three experienced preachers in Lufkin, Tx. Afterwards, I spent five years preaching full time in Gladewater, TX and conducting missionary work overseas. I've taught the Bible in public and private settings on thousands of occasions.
41 Subjects: including prealgebra, chemistry, English, reading
Cypress, TX

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