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Melissa D. ...As far as my approach is concerned, one thing I learned in the aforementioned tutoring course (and from my own experiences) is that everyone learns differently. After getting a feel for what the student and parents are looking for, I will design a study plan that works for that particular student. It's all about finding the right fit, the right perspective to help students succeed.
15 Subjects: including elementary math, English, reading, writing
$35.00/hr
Ann Arbor, MI
Steven B. ...I teach bible lessons each Wednesday and twice a month on Sundays for the youth of church ages 10-22 years old. I also teach the main adults about once a month on Sundays and some months it is more than that. I do not have a certification in biblical studies, but this is the ministry I left my corporate job for, to be full time in church ministry.
6 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, public speaking, chess
$50.00/hr
Bloomfield Hills, MI
Joan R. ...My favorite subject is cooking. I can teach tricks to quick and delicious meals that satisfy. Baking is also my specialty - cookies, pies, breads, cakes.
21 Subjects: including elementary (k-6th), GED, elementary math, grammar
$40.00/hr
Davisburg, MI
Kevin S. Science and math have always been areas of passion for me. I pursued those passions in college, graduating with honors with a Bachelor's Degree in Chemistry and a minor in Math. I continued on to earn a Master's degree in organic chemistry and then went on to a 14 year career as a research chemist in the pharmaceutical industry.
9 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, chemistry, geometry
$50.00/hr
Canton, MI
Brandon S. ...I look forward to ensuring your success with all sections of the GMAT! *I also support all sections of the GRE* Probability is the measure of how likely something will happen or the likelihood that a statement is true. Students are usually first introduced to probability at the end of an algebra course. However, probability can use calculus to expand upon its algebraic formulations.
32 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus, vocabulary
$100.00/hr
Bloomfield Hills, MI

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