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Claudia R. ...I will be teaching Algebra 1 to Special Education Students this year. I have successfully passed the Texas Generalist 4-8th exam. This encompasses Math, English, Science and Social Studies.
11 Subjects: including prealgebra, algebra 1, dyslexia, autism spectrum disorder (ASD)
$35.00/hr
Humble, TX
Ruchita S. ...I was lucky to be able to work as a teaching assistant at my university while writing my thesis. I have always had a drive to help, and tutoring is an extension of that drive. Working with students one-on-one always feels special to me.
20 Subjects: including prealgebra, reading, calculus, physics
$50.00/hr
Sugar Land, TX
Margo W. ...I was an Elementary School Special Ed. Department Chairperson for 10 years. I have also recently completed 12 courses in Special Education Advocacy through the National Special Education Advocacy Institute.
8 Subjects: including prealgebra, reading, grammar, Special Needs
$50.00/hr
Houston, TX
Louise V. ...These include business, economics, accounting, and finance. I have taught computer applications for business, and back in the late 1980s I taught spreadsheet applications for business. My (adult) students included both businessmen and administrative professionals.
24 Subjects: including prealgebra, calculus, statistics, geometry
$48.00/hr
Bellaire, TX
Steve J. ...I am willing to do whatever it takes to help the student. If it means developing specific assignments for the student, working on homework, or studying for tests, I can do that. Every student learns differently and having the patience to figure out what technique helps that student is something I am willing to do.
4 Subjects: including prealgebra, geometry, algebra 1, ADHD
$40.00/hr
League City, TX

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