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Brendan D. ...I have a masters degree in Special Education and have worked as a special education teacher for five years. I am also certified in Orton Gillingham reading instruction, and have worked with adult learners with reading difficulties. I've taken formal and informal logic as part of my undergraduate philosophy degree.
32 Subjects: including ACT English, reading, ACT Reading, ACT Science
$60.00/hr
Forest Park, IL
Tip W. ...I taught 8th grade Language Arts and was in charge of a tutoring club where I helped 8th graders prepare for the ISEE exam for selective high schools. I have been privately tutoring students who have shown significant gains in their math and reading scores. I have a Master's in Teaching with a "highly qualified" endorsement in Social Studies.
26 Subjects: including ACT English, reading, English, grammar
$75.00/hr
Wilmette, IL
Barbara J H. ...I retired from teaching early because I wanted to write, and since retiring, I have written and published two books. So much can be said about writing.For example, it is a reflection of one's thinking, organizing, and knowledge. I have found that the more clearly one thinks, the more fluent and coherent the writing and organizing.
13 Subjects: including ACT Reading, ACT English, English, writing
$70.00/hr
River Forest, IL
Donnalyn V. ...I also volunteered and spent a year teaching English to adults who were new to America. All of these experiences have made me grow as a teacher, and I love doing it! I love working with both children and college students, and I think that they can tell, which makes the tutoring sessions enjoyable as well as productive.
15 Subjects: including reading, English, writing, ESL/ESOL
$45.00/hr
Mount Prospect, IL
Edith C. ...I have been trained in teaching methods, have experience with a wide variety of curricula and multiple ways to solve math problems. I find that much of the GED test is a matter of thinking logically and with common sense. As someone who went back to school after 20 years, I understand the struggles that adult students encounter.
15 Subjects: including English, reading, algebra 1, ESL/ESOL
$40.00/hr
Chicago, IL

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