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Desiree W. ...This lead to me having to solve problems and adapt quickly to CAD. I did a lot of independent research on AutoCAD to teach myself what I wasn't getting from my professor. I considered teaching AutoCAD as a career after college but ultimately deferred to my creative side.
1 Subject: AutoCAD
Burbank, CA
Glen C. ...I don't do that. Thank you for looking me up!M.S. Chemistry, UCLA 2009 Teaching credential, chemistry, UC Davis 2004 B.S.
1 Subject: chemistry
Beverly Hills, CA
Carol L. ...However, if I can be a service in helping young adults as well as children learning American Sign Language, it would be an honor to do so. I am compassionate when it comes to tutoring people about American Sign Language, for I never had anyone in my family that was deaf or hard of hearing but I ...
6 Subjects: including reading, grammar, elementary (k-6th), study skills
North Hollywood, CA
Barbara F. ...Through my schooling and teaching experiences I have learned that students with ADD and ADHD learn differently from other students. I have found that a multi-sensory approach to teaching allows the student to stay on task for longer periods of time. Modifying the lesson will allow the students to have frequent breaks to help with their attention spans.
12 Subjects: including reading, writing, ESL/ESOL, dyslexia
Valencia, CA
Gittel K. ...My work with individual students blends respect, humor and patience. I am able to vary methods and approaches to facilitate the learning process. I am a mother of four children ages 10, 11, 15 and 17.
7 Subjects: including reading, English, writing, grammar
Los Angeles, CA

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