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Linda N. ...I pride myself in working successfully with students who have been confused by earlier explanations of grammar. I can also focus on a specific area such as comma usage. One of my strengths is the teaching of writing.
5 Subjects: including ACT English, English, writing, literature
Longmont, CO
Robert H. ...I want to help you to the best of my ability, so the more information you can give me before each session, the better I will be able to guide you through each homework problem, prepare for quizzes and tests, and provide you with the most pertinent supplemental knowledge. Helping someone overcome...
5 Subjects: including ACT Math, algebra 1, algebra 2, precalculus
Greeley, CO
Laurie S. Hi! I am a retired high school math teacher. I have been tutoring math students from pre-algebra through pre-calculus for the past 7 years.
9 Subjects: including ACT Math, geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2
Johnstown, CO
Hillery B. ...I am licensed to teach Special Education in Colorado for ages 0-8 with endorsements in literacy and math. I have had over a decade of experience with ages 2-23 as a tutor, consultant, and teacher. I have successfully used instruction of word families and blends to build phonemic awareness in developing readers with and without Dyslexia.
17 Subjects: including ACT Reading, GED, ACT English, reading
Boulder, CO
John E. ...Prior to arriving in Durango, I worked as an in-home tutor in the Fort Collins area. My students consistently gained greater confidence, improved study skills, and higher grades after I worked with them, and I would love to see the same improvement in your child. My specialty is high school-lev...
15 Subjects: including ACT Math, calculus, discrete math, differential equations
Timnath, CO

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