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Thomas P. ...I have taught levels 1,2,3,4, and native speakers. I have taught middle school and high school level. I am open to teaching adults as well.
1 Subject: Spanish
Cliffside Park, NJ
Hyemi C. ...I am always interested in the differences between the Japanese culture of my upbringing and that of my decade of experiences in America- a theme I frequently explore in my painting. The relationship between Language and Art fascinate me. I received BFA from San Francisco Art Institute, and a master's degree from the Tisch School of the Arts, NYU.
3 Subjects: including Japanese, drawing, painting
New York, NY
Cathy B. ...Having to work with a group of people of varying ages, backgrounds, levels of knowledge was indeed a challenge, but successfully showing them how to be more productive was a great experience. Not only did they realize there was more to the computer than online games, but their abilities to use W...
5 Subjects: including writing, grammar, general computer, Microsoft Word
New York, NY
Alexis F. I am a recent CUNY PhD graduate in Psychology. I taught experimental research methods for five years at John Jay College. In this class, I created daily activities to reinforce learning of complicated research concepts to undergraduate college students.
2 Subjects: including writing, proofreading
New York, NY
Alexander Z. I have 15+ years of leadership experience in international and domestic book publishing. I have strong and extensive knowledge of Russian literature and language. In the last 15 years, I have been working in the position Editor/ Head of Department of Psychological Literature/International Rights Manager in two biggest Russian Publishing Houses.
2 Subjects: including Russian, psychology
New York, NY

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