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Danville, CA Excel Tutors

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Jeanie L.
...When I became a vegetarian, I realized I had to learn how to cook if I wanted to eat well. I was veggie for 30 years, but now also eat meat. I can teach you basics, including how to organize and stock a pantry.
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53 Subjects: including Microsoft Excel, English, reading, Spanish
Jeanie L.
$80.00/hr
Lafayette, CA
Mikka P.
...My clients include Coldwell Banker, Blackfire, Athletic Playground and Biometrix. I also teach videography and photography in hands-on, one-on-one sessions with private clients. I worked for 10 years as an interviewer for Brown University's undergraduate admissions office.
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33 Subjects: including Microsoft Excel, English, reading, writing
Mikka P.
$60.00/hr
Emeryville, CA
Hannah S.
...I'm knowledgeable with Photoshop and Final Cut Pro. I am also well versed with Wordpress and web development. I'm formally trained as a filmmaker and have worked on many independent projects.
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16 Subjects: including Microsoft Excel, reading, writing, ESL/ESOL
Hannah S.
$50.00/hr
Oakland, CA
Charles H.
...I have tutored or developed lessons to help people learn topics such as algebra, electronics, and the Bible. My occupation has been as a technical trainer over the past 30 years. I enjoy Jeopardy, math and logic puzzles, and reading.
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21 Subjects: including Microsoft Excel, physics, calculus, geometry
Charles H.
$50.00/hr
Concord, CA
Haroldo S.
...For instance, if the student enjoys listening to and writing songs but has a really hard time with a mathematical concept, I would compose a catchy song that would explain it to the student and help him or her remember it. Another approach is to use clever acronyms or phrases as mnemonics tools. Of course, I do not impose one approach or the other on the student.
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24 Subjects: including Microsoft Excel, chemistry, calculus, physics
Haroldo S.
$50.00/hr
Richmond, CA
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