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Ken C. ...Many teachers teach and most of us learned to spell by giving students a weekly list of words to practice and then testing them. In truth, the only people that really learned through that method became teachers in later life. Moreover, it's just plain boring.
26 Subjects: including ACT Math, reading, calculus, geometry
$70.00/hr
San Pedro, CA
Jacquelyn S. ...Algebra 2 is an extension of Algebra 1. Techniques needed for solving problems in Algebra 1 are needed in Algebra 2. I make sure the fundamentals are present as we progress through the more complex steps of Algebra 2 problem solving.
8 Subjects: including chemistry, geometry, biology, algebra 1
$60.00/hr
San Dimas, CA
V. Barbara M. ...Reading is a complex neurolinguistic process that may be impaired by a variety of factors. The sooner a reading problem is addressed, the better the outcome! I have been a Reading Specialist for over 25 years and have worked with many children, K-12.
35 Subjects: including ACT Reading, ACT English, reading, English
$52.00/hr
Aliso Viejo, CA
Susan C. ...I work very well with children and adults alike and love to see the sudden light of understanding shine through my student's eyes.Whether you are struggling with the general concepts of Statistics or just need someone to fill in the gaps, I can help. I have a real gift for presenting the complic...
8 Subjects: including statistics, SPSS, Microsoft Excel, psychology
$50.00/hr
Burbank, CA
John T. ...In fact, the rules of chemistry are very simple. Once you master those rules, any problem, no matter how complicated, becomes trivial. I am 32 years old and come from a family of educators.
3 Subjects: including chemistry, organic chemistry, proofreading
$100.00/hr
Irvine, CA

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