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Asma A. ...I am also a native speaker of Arabic with advanced English speaking skills, which makes me the perfect fit for your Arabic needs.I am holding a masters degree in mathematics from the University Of Denver. I tutored calculus for three years at Misrata University I am a native speaker of the Arabic. I am also well qualified to teach the Arabic language because of my background as a teacher.
12 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus, geometry
$30.00/hr
Denver, CO
Robinson P. ...In both subjects, my first goal is to meet my client's specific and immediate needs. Whenever possible, I achieve this through my second goal: fostering deep understanding in my students. My goal to make myself obsolete by giving my students the tools and confidence they need to develop in the future.
17 Subjects: including algebra 1, geometry, precalculus, trigonometry
$40.00/hr
Littleton, CO
Caitlyn D. ...I have engaged myself in graduate level work in the area of Environmental and Occupational Safety, and have taught First Aid, CPR and AED to a wide range of students in multiple settings. I have experience tutoring Biology at the college level, and have had tons of fun teaching young students li...
14 Subjects: including algebra 2, algebra 1, chemistry, reading
$50.00/hr
Littleton, CO
Michel E. ...Teaching (tutoring) is a way of giving back and sharing with others valuable learning experiences and insights that I acquired over the years. I am a dedicated scholar practitioner with a decade experience as an Information System delivery professional and 5 years as a group manager of autistic ...
16 Subjects: including algebra 1, English, writing, French
$50.00/hr
Aurora, CO
Jane B. ...Why does water make such strong bonds (besides normal explanation of H-bonds)? Because the oxygen atoms are bullies and steal the hydrogen atoms hold on electrons, they then become polar molecules.... those oxygen atoms are greedy - so they pull on all the poor little hydrogens around them: resul...
6 Subjects: including algebra 1, reading, chemistry, elementary math
$30.00/hr
Commerce City, CO

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