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Jay P. ...And when the student is tested they can remember the topic at hand and get the right answer!"Jay has a well rounded education and wide and varied business experience. A BA in accounting with an MBA in finance sprinkled with a lot of marketing and economics courses, he excels in the areas of inte...
3 Subjects: including economics, business, marketing
$50.00/hr
Moorestown, NJ
Denise H. ...I have experience creating maps, digitizing, organizing databases and have an excellent grasp of today's use of GIS. I also have experience teaching geography and GIS. I was an adjunct professor for Camden County College, teaching Cultural Geography.
2 Subjects: including geography, softball
$65.00/hr
Oaklyn, NJ
Catherine S. ...I believe basic phonics, reading, and spelling are necessary for a child to succeed in school and in life. I taught K-8 technology in a charter school in Camden, NJ. I also taught Kindergarten in Camden and 2nd grade in Arizona.
10 Subjects: including reading, Microsoft Excel, phonics, spelling
$40.00/hr
Audubon, NJ
Mark B. ...I've played at colleges, clubs, festivals, corporate and social events through out New England and the Mid Atlantic states. Several years of working with dyslexic and ADHD students has enabled me to be a firm, but friendly and creative tutor of Reading and Writing. I am trained in the Orton-Gillingham multi-sensory method.
19 Subjects: including reading, English, writing, dyslexia
$40.00/hr
Philadelphia, PA
Musa T. As a someone new to a foreign language, learning can be quite intimidating. Learning a new language takes time and dedication. Once you do, being fluent in a second language offers numerous benefits and opportunities.
1 Subject: French
$50.00/hr
Philadelphia, PA

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