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Barbara P. ...It is important to give progress reports on the child's work and assessments to see which concepts need more work. Although I have a 24 hour cancellation policy, I offer make up lessons and am flexible with time. Since younger children are more comfortable in their own home, I go to them or we can meet at a library.
6 Subjects: including elementary (k-6th), study skills, phonics, proofreading
Bridgewater, NJ
Pascale M. ...I had the opportunity to work with a school of language where they hire only native speaker with a college degree to teach. I discovered this new job and I have a lot of fun teaching a language I like. I am currently teaching French in a private language school where I work mostly with adult professionals.
1 Subject: French
Annandale, NJ
Bharti R. ...In the course of my career, I have worked with Elementary, Middle, and High School students. At present, I am working as a substitute teacher, mainly for science subjects. I have my undergraduate degree in Biology, and graduate in Biochemistry; both degrees were completed in India, from prestigious University.
10 Subjects: including reading, biology, ESL/ESOL, elementary (k-6th)
Dayton, NJ
Kim E. ...I am a friendly and patient teacher. My teaching approach is conversation and using repetitive cues. Integrating usage with daily life.
1 Subject: Japanese
Brick, NJ
Michael C. Michael C. has been writing and photographing professionally for 25 years. For the past 12 years, he has been a writer-producer and illustrator of Internet content, video, and multimedia for a variety of employers and clients, including ad agencies, nonprofits, and a major New York City medical cen...
6 Subjects: including English, writing, grammar, SAT writing
Princeton, NJ

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