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Christen W. ...I will produce fun, meaningful, and straightforward teaching techniques that will promise retention. I am certified to teach P-5, but I will also tutor middle school aged students as well. During college, I have student taught in first grade twice, and fifth grade twice, but I have also taught Pre-k.
11 Subjects: including elementary math, reading, grammar, elementary (k-6th)
Hogansville, GA
Taylor J. ...I do believe that the process of learning and discovery--the "exercise of reason"--is an integral part of our human existence; therefore, I seek to learn and discover new things on a daily basis. If I am able to help even just one other individual find their own path to self-discovery, I will have considered my task as a teacher a success. I have always been an avid reader and writer.
9 Subjects: including elementary math, English, writing, economics
Carrollton, GA
Shanie M. ...I worked as a paraprofessional for my local school system for 8 years. During that time I received my Bachelors degree in Early Childhood Education. I have started working in my Masters degree for students with blindness and visual impairments.
11 Subjects: including elementary math, reading, writing, grammar
Carrollton, GA
Andrew S. ...In addition, I have tutored this subject at Georgia Perimeter College Learning & Tutoring Center. Finally, linear algebra topics are part of the curricula in IGCSE and A-level that I have taught. I have taken organic chemistry at university level for my biology minor and I often had to tutor this subject at Georgia Perimeter College Learning and Tutoring Center.
23 Subjects: including logic, algebra 1, algebra 2, biology
Newnan, GA
John S. ...Solving math problems should be similar to playing a game or solving a puzzle. Additionally, I have always been distressed to hear young women describe their fear and/or discomfort with the subject of mathematics. There is no reason whatsoever why girls cannot be just as good at math as boys.
1 Subject: algebra 1
Newnan, GA

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