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Arthur S. ...I have a Masters of Arts in Elementary Education and am a Texas Highly Qualified Certified Teacher. I have a Masters of Arts in Elementary Education which focused on teaching Language Arts and Math. I am a Texas Highly Qualified Certified Teacher.
6 Subjects: including English, reading, writing, ESL/ESOL
Dallas, TX
Jacob W. ...I've also taught a design class at the local community college. In Summary, I posses great Photoshop knowledge and teaching experience specifically related to Photoshop. I have a 24-hour cancellation policy, and a policy of complete student satisfaction.
1 Subject: Adobe Photoshop
Springtown, TX
Alex N. ...Message me if you have any questions or concerns. My priority as a tutor is that my students see they're improving. I am fluent in Spanish.
6 Subjects: including English, Spanish, reading, writing
Fort Worth, TX
Sheri H. ...I have worked with students in the elementary and middle school settings. As an experienced teacher of 35 years in the classroom, I have taught and worked with numerous children with learning differences such as ADD/ADHD. I have an undergraduate degree in special education and have worked with students who require special considerations in the classroom.
20 Subjects: including reading, writing, ESL/ESOL, dyslexia
Grapevine, TX
Lisa P. ...That's the way I believe people work best instead of someone just standing there lecturing or doing the work for you. Being an electrical engineering major student I have a huge love for math. I love being able to teach others it, to the extent of them actually understanding why it does what it does instead of them just looking at it for the answer.
5 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, precalculus, elementary math
Keller, TX

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