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Robert M. ...Before my time at this level, I experienced tutoring and other teaching opportunities for Jr. High level students that I enjoyed. During my teaching I have taught a variety of levels of students and have acquired a patience and guidance with these students.
10 Subjects: including reading, English, writing, grammar
Oak Lawn, IL
Alyssa P. ...I have taken a discrete math course as an undergraduate. Furthermore, many of my college and grad school classes used discrete math as the foundation of the topic (computer operations, quantum mechanics, etc). I have taken differential equations courses as an undergraduate, and diff-eq has been ...
12 Subjects: including physics, calculus, geometry, algebra 1
Naperville, IL
MIRIAM T. ...Growing up in Syria, Arabic is my first mother language! Since a young age, I volunteered in Sunday school in both Syria and Chicago. Medical school showed me everything!
6 Subjects: including biology, Arabic, anatomy, special needs
Orland Park, IL
Robin T. ...I would teach methods involving understanding how to sing scales and different types of intervals. The goal would be to sing a song by sight after hearing only the first note. I learned cello alongside violinists and observed their hand techniques.
5 Subjects: including violin, cello, music theory, ear training
Chicago, IL
Amanda D. ...My education has given me a concrete understanding of the English language and effective methods for writing. After earning my degree, I jumped into the field freelancing for 22nd Century Media, which publishes hyperlocal newspapers in the southern Chicago suburbs. I often write feature stories about local events and meetings.
4 Subjects: including writing, grammar, proofreading, vocabulary
Plainfield, IL

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