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Daniel W.
...In my free time I like to play music (guitar, drums), explore new places, read about history and just have nice conversations with friends! I greatly appreciate your taking the time to read my profile. I will welcome any opportunity to help someone learn if it should come my way.
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21 Subjects: including vocabulary, TOEFL, writing, ESL/ESOL
Daniel W.
$40.00/hr
Hatboro, PA
James V.
...I studied clarinet for a semester at Ithaca College as part of my Music Education degree. In our Junior year we were required to perform a level 5 NYSMMA solo proficiently in order to graduate. I continue to give lessons to students in 5th and 6th grade.
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41 Subjects: including vocabulary, ACT English, geometry, ACT Reading
James V.
$45.00/hr
Philadelphia, PA
Harriet G.
...Try me!I have an Instructional II certification from Pennsylvania Department of Education. I have tutored many elementary school students. I taught full time for the Bucks County Intermediate Unit for 35 years.
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12 Subjects: including reading, ESL/ESOL, grammar, vocabulary
Harriet G.
$40.00/hr
Abington, PA
Carol D.
...I have been working in a public school in New Jersey as a Basic Skills teacher for 16 years. I am a reading specialist with over 20 years of experience. I have tutored using the Wilson Method as well as Orton Gillingham.
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7 Subjects: including vocabulary, grammar, spelling, reading
Carol D.
$60.00/hr
Philadelphia, PA
Richard  K.
...The way I like to teach science is to do it using projects made from everyday materials and by acting things out to illustrate scientific concepts. I believe that children can learn more by simulations then by using actual, working equipment. If you want to learn the techniques for working with scientific equipment, then it's important to use real equipment.
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16 Subjects: including writing, English, grammar, geometry
Richard K.
$40.00/hr
Malvern, PA
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