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Nancy K. ...I matched my curriculum to the Colorado State Standards of Reading, Writing, Speaking, Listening and Culture. I have helped many high school students to test out of college Spanish I in their freshman year. Besides the 14 years of classroom teaching experience, I've also tutored students on a one to one basis many times.
2 Subjects: including Spanish, ESL/ESOL
$30.00/hr
Apache Junction, AZ
Steve C. ...I also have conducted several work-related presentations in Italian before police officials. US/Italian dual citizenship. I am flexible in scheduling tutoring sessions and I can accommodate morning, afternoon and early evening classes.
9 Subjects: including English, Spanish, reading, writing
$55.00/hr
Scottsdale, AZ
Isaac M. ...I have also been an assistant teacher at a popular coding bootcamp, Dev Bootcamp, for two summers. At Dev Bootcamp, I guided students Socratically through programming exercises, gave lectures, and performed code reviews. This past summer, I worked as a software engineering intern at a multi billion dollar financial technology startup in Chicago called Avant.
6 Subjects: including calculus, Java, computer science, HTML
$45.00/hr
Tempe, AZ
Steven G. ...I began my career as an Academic Philosopher receiving my Ph.D. from Penn State University. And I began teaching at a small New England College. My interest in Ancient and Contemporary philosophic practices led me to study Psychoanalysis in London, England under the world famous Existential Psychoanalyst R.D.
7 Subjects: including ACT Reading, reading, writing, literature
$50.00/hr
Scottsdale, AZ
Barbara L. ...That means that a student must be able to sequence five items before he has the capacity to learn phonetically. 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.
6 Subjects: including reading, dyslexia, elementary (k-6th), phonics
$45.00/hr
Gilbert, AZ

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