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Nancy K. ...I can personalize my tutoring to meet your needs, whether it be providing assistance with a course the student is taking or providing original lessons for a particular need.I began my study of Spanish while in 3rd grade. I studied Spanish every year through my Senior year of college. I taught Spanish I and II in several different schools for 14 years.
2 Subjects: including Spanish, ESL/ESOL
$30.00/hr
Apache Junction, AZ
Marie C. ...My strongest areas are in science and math. I love tutoring students because the one on one time is often what they need to gain a better understanding of the subject. I am a visual and hands on learner and I know that for me sitting in class was not always helpful.
9 Subjects: including chemistry, geometry, biology, algebra 1
$35.00/hr
Scottsdale, AZ
Cristina B. ...Additionally, I was a teaching assistant at the University of Pennsylvania where I taught an organic chemistry laboratory course. I find that my joy in tutoring and teaching is when a student finally understands the material and they can see how everything connects. I completed up through Multivariable Calculus at a college level and spent 2 years in high school tutoring Algebra.
4 Subjects: including chemistry, calculus, algebra 1, algebra 2
$40.00/hr
Tempe, AZ
Gabe B. ...I have worked with "regular", AP, and non-traditional (online and homeschooled) students. As a cross country and track coach, I began tutoring in 2002 by helping my student-athletes who struggled to maintain their eligibility to compete in high school athletics. I realized the need for academic...
13 Subjects: including ACT Math, ACT Science, chemistry, biology
$55.00/hr
Gilbert, 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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