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MEOSHA J. ...I am a very hands on person, so I will probably be using a lot of demonstrations. I just feel that people learn better when its shown to them and then they can apply what they learn by actually doing it.I have been a salon owner for 4 years. Before owning my own salon, I trained under a salon owner for about 4 years.
1 Subject: cosmetology
Houston, TX
Jordan S. ...For parents: Why teach your children chess? Chess has been proven by studies to improve math, comprehensive reading, and overall concentration. If your child reaches the rank of 2000+, then they are automatically eligible for scholarship opportunities.
1 Subject: chess
Spring, TX
Hina M. I have worked very closely with numerous children and their families. Along the way, I have learned just as much from the children and their families as they have learned from me. I believe that communication is the essence of human life, and that every child deserves to have a voice.
1 Subject: reading
Houston, TX
G H. ...I taught computer and business courses to undergraduate and graduate student. Moving forward, I have accepted an adjunct teaching position in the Computer Information Technology department at Lone Star College. I will begin teaching the fall 2015 semester.
5 Subjects: including ESL/ESOL, grammar, public speaking, Microsoft Excel
Houston, TX
Loralee C. ...The faster a musician can recognize notes, keys, accidentals, and other markings, the quicker they will be at sight-reading. I use flash cards, and give musicians music that is just a little above their "comfortable" level to stretch them little by little. Sometimes they don't even realize how much they have improved!
5 Subjects: including piano, music theory, voice (music), ear training
Spring, TX

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