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Judith N. ...I am aware that Spanish as a language is difficult and its' grammar requires a lot of rules and formality. This is precisely why I love my language. I was born, grew up and studied in a Spanish speaking country, and my interest, besides Psychology, has always been the “world of letters”. This g...
1 Subject: Spanish
$40.00/hr
Houston, TX
Christine K. ...I look forward to meeting you and assisting you with your needs in QuickBooks. Thank you,ChristineIn addition to my Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, I have 10+ years as a small business owners. I am also a small business advisor at the local Small Business Development Center.
3 Subjects: including accounting, business, QuickBooks
$40.00/hr
Spring, TX
Chelsea B. ...I love reading and love to share my love of reading with others. I spent 6 months living in Shanghai, China, teaching English to students of all levels and backgrounds. My favorite thing about teaching, is seeing the spark, the "AHA" moment in children when they finally understand something.
16 Subjects: including English, reading, geometry, ESL/ESOL
$60.00/hr
New Caney, TX
Aanchal M. ...I have helped out Ms. Krezman at the Woodlands School for Young Scholars in all core subjects. Please let me know if you need any help in Elementary subjects!
9 Subjects: including reading, algebra 1, precalculus, public speaking
$40.00/hr
Spring, TX
Molly P. ...Learning should be a fun and challenging experience. I strongly believe if you enjoy what you are doing you will have greater success. I look forward to continue working with those who are eager to learn.I have been an elementary school teacher for 15 years.
5 Subjects: including reading, grammar, elementary (k-6th), phonics
$50.00/hr
Conroe, TX

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