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Alice H. ...Spelling is developmental and you must first be able to hear the sounds of the language to become proficient in spelling. It is my belief that if you have or develop phonological awareness, then you can become a good speller. I have earned an M.A. in Education and taught in the Public School System for 23 years.
9 Subjects: including English, reading, ESL/ESOL, grammar
$50.00/hr
Bonita, CA
Michael L. ...I have been teaching Basic Math, Algebra and Geometry for twenty years. I understand the math needed to prepare for the Math ACT. I have been teaching basic elementary math for 20+ years.
29 Subjects: including chemistry, reading, calculus, writing
$40.00/hr
San Diego, CA
Cynthia G. ...Additionally, I have 4 years of experience teaching k-3 grade which requires daily phonics instruction. In addition to possessing a Teaching Credential, I have experience teaching AVID. I worked as an AVID tutor for 1 year during college, and as an AVID teacher for 2 years with 7th grade students.
10 Subjects: including reading, Spanish, grammar, elementary (k-6th)
$35.00/hr
Chula Vista, CA
Joslyn G. ...I was a AVID student, and a former AVID employee. AVID is a college preparation program that helps students with various skills, including good study habits. One skill that I learned and continue to implement with the majority of my students is Cornell note-taking.
9 Subjects: including reading, grammar, elementary (k-6th), study skills
$40.00/hr
El Cajon, CA
Xiaoyu K. ...While there, I majored in Business Administration. I'm also as a designer, I ran my own fashion business in China. I have 5 years of tutoring and teaching experiences in Chinese.
4 Subjects: including Chinese, elementary math, drawing, painting
$60.00/hr
San Diego, CA

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