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Bahati D. ...It is also my goal to help students increase in their abilities and therefore gain a level of confidence to complete assignments at a higher level than when they began. By providing variety and choice within a given lesson, I hope to optimize learning for my students by sometimes using computer-...
5 Subjects: including reading, accounting, algebra 1, elementary math
$40.00/hr
Missouri City, TX
Dawn J. ...My career path includes activities of leadership in both learning institutions and corporate settings. Having attained these positions, I have a legacy of being termed dependable, reliable, efficient and possessing great work ethics. Over the past 5 years, I had the opportunity of working closely with Chief Operating Officers, Project Managers, Corporate Lawyers, and Department Heads.
8 Subjects: including reading, grammar, Microsoft Excel, spelling
$45.00/hr
Missouri City, TX
Kathy R. ...R., Ed.D.As a former/current 504/Dyslexia Campus Administrator/Chair, my educational background experience consist of 15-20 years of identifying students as being at risk for dyslexia. When a student has been determined eligible for Dyslexia Program and Section 504, STAAR accommodations may be a...
12 Subjects: including reading, English, writing, grammar
$65.00/hr
Missouri City, TX
Wendy L. ...I graduated from No.1 university in Taiwan, majored in Economics and came to the USA to pursue an MBA at Lamar University in 1988. I am a loving and patient Christian mom of three children. I have 20 years of experience teaching Algebra and Chinese in elementary and middle school in Taiwan and USA.
12 Subjects: including reading, geometry, Chinese, algebra 1
$50.00/hr
Sugar Land, TX
Mary M. ...Atwater has noticed that reading a paragraph or page of written materials is a lot of work for dyslexic readers who do not like to read as a result. Similar words like "pear" and "pair" add to the confusion. Discriminating between homonyms, synonyms, and antonyms must be frustrating (my opinion). Each dyslexic has different reading problems...Each teaching plan, therefore, is unique.
45 Subjects: including reading, Spanish, English, writing
$50.00/hr
Alvin, TX

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