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Justin B. ...I also have experience working with special education students during my career. In addition to the above, I am certified to teach secondary school social studies in three states (NY, NJ, and Mass.) and have successfully taught history courses that ranged from the New York State Regents exam cur...
5 Subjects: including world history, social studies, American history, European history
Livingston, NJ
Cyrus K. ...It was adherence to this training, more than any innate ability, that brought about the rise in score. I now want to pass this training on to you. This is not what you can get in a review course.
9 Subjects: including reading, writing, LSAT, SAT reading
Brooklyn, NY
Isabel O. ...I hold a master’s degree from Deusto University in San Sebastian, Spain, and have taught both individuals and classes since then. My methods involve intense conversation, as well as written Spanish, with an emphasis on grammar and communication. I always keep the needs of the student up front.
2 Subjects: including Spanish, social studies
Glen Ridge, NJ
Leonardo C. My name is Leonardo, I am an Italian Tutor, I am from Italy and I have been teaching Italian For over 10 years. I teach at the High School and College level. I try to make my classes fun and interesting at the same time, so that my students enjoy learning the language and the culture of Italy.
1 Subject: Italian
Paramus, NJ
Nicole D. ...I have been teaching English for eight years in a diverse district in New Jersey. During this time, I have taught students from seventh to twelfth grade. While teaching middle school children, I have worked on not only developing curriculum but administering it as well.
14 Subjects: including reading, English, writing, grammar
Bloomfield, NJ

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