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Sweetmore A. ...As any experienced teacher knows, teaching focuses less on the content being taught than the students being taught. I care about my students. I recognize when a student is having a bad day or needs some encouragement and will address the problem to help the student refocus on the material.
8 Subjects: including reading, grammar, Praxis, spelling
Burtonsville, MD
Ellenor P. ...I hold a Bachelors Degree in Elementary Education. My expertise in life skills development qualifies me to assist students with career development. I have taught a class on preparation for the real world of work and I have worked directly with juniors as well as seniors in this area.
17 Subjects: including reading, English, writing, grammar
Beltsville, MD
Annette C. ...I also supervise counselors who work at the day camp. I retired from teaching in 2011. I have returned to teaching because I love working with young people and seeing them succeed.
11 Subjects: including writing, geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2
Lutherville Timonium, MD
Cheryl S. ...How did I get this way? Well, I have always embraced a good challenge, which probably explains my appreciation for good communication. I actually enjoy technical writing and have made a living doing so.
8 Subjects: including reading, English, writing, grammar
Laurel, MD
Robyn S. ...Using the keyboard and staff paper, students gain a basic familiarity with identifying notes on the staff using Treble, Bass and Alto Clef. They also learn and perform rhythmic values: whole note - 4 beats, half note - 2 beats, quarter note - one beat, eighth note - half a beat, sixteenth note -...
4 Subjects: including music theory, ear training, general music, music history
Catonsville, MD

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