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Leah A. ...I also use Costa's Levels of Questioning as part of the AVID organization. The Levels of Questioning help narrow the focus of study for students by asking analytical questions. I have 3 years of experience on an Academic Speech Team.
32 Subjects: including algebra 2, algebra 1, English, reading
Sugar Land, TX
BONNIE P. ...When I was younger I worked in marketing, but now I prefer to do something that makes a difference to my students, and, ultimately, to our world. I would love to make a difference in the academic progress (and possibly the life) of your child. Contact me if I can be of service.I developed a web...
12 Subjects: including algebra 1, reading, writing, English
Houston, TX
Tara L. ...When tutoring, I believe it is extremely important for the student to learn by doing. I emphasize the importance of taking notes in class (and help my students learn how to take useful notes) and then actually using them! You'd be surprised how many students never look at their notes again once they leave the classroom.
16 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, reading, Spanish
Sugar Land, TX
Carol N. ...I am currently in nursing school with the goal of ending up with a job at Texas Children's Hospital nursery unit. I have about two years of teaching experience in mathematics and science. What I love about tutoring is helping people!
19 Subjects: including algebra 2, algebra 1, chemistry, differential equations
Houston, TX
Jeannie C. ...During the last 10 years of my teaching career I taught in middle school. I taught 6th, 7th and 8th Math and Algebra I. I retired after teaching for 30 years in Cypress Fairbanks Independent School District.
3 Subjects: including algebra 1, elementary math, prealgebra
Houston, TX

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