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68 Subjects: including chemistry, Spanish, English, calculus
$65.00/hr
Barrington, IL
Mary W. ...My mother was a professional cook, I learned to be her prep cook early on. During the winter, I monthly prepare a for a social service group, consisting of 20 to 100 people. I have also catered graduation, engagement parties and have prepared meals for homebound.
2 Subjects: including sewing, cooking
$35.00/hr
Fox Lake, IL
Wenmei Z. ...Besides giving lessons to help students have a command of English, I also worked as a class teacher who functioned as a guidance counselor, helping students work out a plan for solving their difficulties, giving them information on matters important to success and also establishing a feeling o...
1 Subject: Chinese
$60.00/hr
Chicago, IL
Swetha V. ...I am an experienced tutor, who has taught Quantitative Aptitude and Analytic Reasoning. I have coached students on College algebra and trigonometry. A difference between me and regular tutors is the practical and real time examples I take into consideration, which makes the learning process fun and interesting.
12 Subjects: including geometry, statistics, GRE, algebra 1
$45.00/hr
Hoffman Estates, IL
Mouna A. ...My decision to pursue a teaching career in Spanish was motivated by the positive impact that individuals can contribute from knowing another language. Through a Masters in Teaching program, I first student taught at the high school level for students that were mostly heritage speakers of all lev...
1 Subject: Spanish
$40.00/hr
Des Plaines, IL

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