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Michael M. I am a certified teacher who has been tutoring for over 6 years. While pursuing a bachelor’s in both English literature and Chinese language and culture at Florida State University, I joined F.S.U’s Reading and Writing Center, where I worked as a tutor specializing in helping students in writing, ...
17 Subjects: including elementary math, English, writing, reading
Magnolia, TX
Sara B. ...It is also necessary to keep the work and notes organized together. Another key aspect for study skills is an organized schedule or planner, focusing on assignments and important projects, etc. by day and by month. I have spent over 50 years as a teacher and a tutor helping students to learn ho...
49 Subjects: including elementary math, piano, GRE, SAT math
Houston, TX
Aniebiet A. ...I'm an engineering student. I have experience teaching middle school students while volunteering with an after school program. My goal is for every student I work with to have a thorough understanding of the topics we cover.
16 Subjects: including SAT math, linear algebra, SSAT, algebra 1
Katy, TX
Brett B. ...I am comfortable tutoring all ages and paces of learning. Because every student is unique and learns differently, my lessons and teaching style vary to match the student. This, I believe, is the power of one-on-one tutoring.
10 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus, geometry
Pearland, TX
Sarah R. ...I currently teach in a multi age Montessori classroom. I have taught in public schools for six years. I love to help students reach their full potential whether it be helping them catch up, complete homework or work on advanced curriculum as a challenge.
4 Subjects: including elementary math, reading, ESL/ESOL, phonics
Spring, TX

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