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Dorothy Fonde W. ...My own rigorous, traditional education and continuing wide reading have prepared me well to teach a broad range of content material at many levels. I have taught English language privately, as well as in public schools, adult education programs and as a community volunteer. I have tutored Spanish at the elementary, high school and college level.
18 Subjects: including reading, Spanish, English, writing
$50.00/hr
Atlanta, GA
Philip S. ...I have been tutoring students K-12 for the past 10 years as well as some adults here and there. I originally started tutoring when my college roommate and I bought a Japanese math and reading franchise. The franchise's teaching techniques were based on a Japanese style of teaching that focused ...
25 Subjects: including ACT Science, ACT Math, ACT English, ACT Reading
$40.00/hr
Douglasville, GA
Dr. Anthon S. ...More importantly I am able to explain the concepts in a way that makes sense to struggling students. I have turned many struggling students into successful math students that even enjoy it again and hope to continue doing that for a long time. Geometry is a more visual type of math and many students that are excellent in Algebra, struggle with Geometry.
19 Subjects: including ACT Reading, ACT Science, ACT English, ACT Math
$125.00/hr
Atlanta, GA
Chau P. I've tutored accounting and finance courses for almost 7 years and have tutored around 500 students by now. I want to help you master the subject and break the materials down to you using different examples. I also can help you with your research or analysis papers.
7 Subjects: including accounting, finance, business, Microsoft Excel
$35.00/hr
Marietta, GA
Pax R. ...PUBLISHED WORKS: "The Education of Ruby Loonfoot" (Five Star/Thorndike, 2002), "Lost River" (Berkley/Penguin/Putnam, 1999. Runner up for "Best First Novel" award, WWA. Nonfiction: Articles for "Wild West", a national western history magazine (Cowles Publishing), "True West" and "Western New York Heritage" magazine.
5 Subjects: including English, writing, ESL/ESOL, grammar
$45.00/hr
Marietta, GA

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