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Tessa G. ...I am looking to make some extra money this summer, and I though the best way to do so would be to tutor. I am enthusiastic about learning, and have the tools to make learning enjoyable for kids of any age, from Elementary to High school. I have lots of experience tutoring, and even more experience working with children.
12 Subjects: including ACT English, ACT Math, ACT Science, algebra 1
$35.00/hr
Phoenix, AZ
Marie C. ...I love knowing how things work, especially living things. Sometimes concepts are hard to understand because they cannot be visualized, this is where using resources is helpful. During my years of school I always loved to meet with classmates so that we could learn by teaching or see what was missing for us to understand the subject better.
9 Subjects: including chemistry, geometry, biology, algebra 1
$35.00/hr
Scottsdale, AZ
Jennifer M. ...I have a Bachelors in Chemistry Education from the University of Arizona. I am also published in the area of the physical chemistry of organometallic compounds. I have six years of certified teaching experience in math and science especially chemistry.
9 Subjects: including chemistry, biology, algebra 1, algebra 2
$30.00/hr
Mesa, AZ
Mary Beth S. ...I have experience teaching 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students, and I also taught Writing for Foreign Students and Beginning German at the University of Iowa as a graduate student in the Dept. of Linguistics. ESL, Grammar, Writing, Reading, Proofreading My current position involves supporting teachers who teach AZCCRS. I look forward to helping you succeed.
5 Subjects: including reading, ESL/ESOL, grammar, proofreading
$50.00/hr
Tempe, AZ
Barbara L. ...So, if a person is weak sequentially he can study phonics forever but never catch on to reading. Its like the proverbial “beating your head against the wall.” The typical dyslexic struggles because his left brain, which is the side that sequences things, is weak. We must first build the student’s sequencing skills to at least five, preferably seven, before we can begin to teach phonics.
6 Subjects: including reading, dyslexia, elementary (k-6th), phonics
$45.00/hr
Gilbert, AZ

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