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Tatiana V. ...I have a University education, having earned a Masters degree in Russia. This has been reinforced by almost 20 years of teaching experience overseas. My philosophy of teaching is "You can do it!" I am able to work effectively with students of different ages, nationalities and educational levels.
2 Subjects: including ESL/ESOL, Russian
$35.00/hr
Forest Hills, NY
Thaddeus R. ...I have the skills to help you find the answers, learn to study, and I can make studying a fun atmosphere for you or your family. Please contact me if I can be of assistance. Je m'appelle Théodore.
45 Subjects: including reading, English, Spanish, writing
$35.00/hr
New York, NY
Julio P. ...I have taught in several mentoring programs for children, youth and adults, such as the Literacy Program at St. Johns University in New York. I also know the Spanish culture and Spanish grammar very well, and I have many years of experience.
1 Subject: Spanish
$50.00/hr
Jackson Heights, NY
Leigh P. ...I want my students to know that piano also does not have to be a solo endeavor. I can teach students that collaboration with other musicians can make playing even more enjoyable. I also hope to teach my music theory and ear training knowledge to beginning students.
3 Subjects: including piano, music theory, sight singing
$50.00/hr
New York, NY
Michael Z. ...These are all skills that must be harnessed, yet in a subservient capacity to the all-important harmony of music and lyrics. In other words, the skills of songwriting must be learned and applied with the *art* always in mind. I have been writing classical, jazz, and many genres of rock for half...
6 Subjects: including guitar, music theory, general music, composition (music)
$50.00/hr
Forest Hills, NY

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