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Vincent H. My name is Vincent and I received my teaching license for secondary education from the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor. I have a concentration in English and Chemistry. I am currently working towards my PhD degree in English at Wayne State University and am a full-time instructor in their English Department.
10 Subjects: including reading, English, writing, algebra 2
Warren, MI
Christian S. ...This assessment is helpful as it allows me to effectively adapt my tutoring style and method. As a tutor, I try to quickly become a trusted advisor of students and parents alike. I accomplish this by being friendly, enthusiastic and honest.
10 Subjects: including calculus, physics, ASVAB, algebra 1
West Bloomfield, MI
Edward T. ...I am an ordained pastor in the Family Church (FFWPU) and have been teaching the Bible for 30 years. I conduct a Bible Study at my home weekly. I am state certified to teach all subjects in the K-6 curriculum, including social studies.
43 Subjects: including chemistry, reading, English, writing
Saint Clair Shores, MI
Ashley F. ...I absolutely love teaching and helping students better understand content. I have tutored in the past with different organization to help students reach their full potential. I really enjoying tutoring.
4 Subjects: including reading, public speaking, literature, ACT Reading
Hazel Park, MI
Cheryl M. ...My involvement in music and performance has been both extensive and enlightening. Having possession of over 30 years of teaching experience, I now see myself as a facilitator and one who empowers students to reach the potential built inside of them. I am patient yet persistent, firm yet fair.
6 Subjects: including piano, music theory, voice (music), ear training
Detroit, MI

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