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Jim F.
...I have been teaching various levels of math to middle school students for the past 15 years in a public school classroom and as a tutor. I love helping students make connections between what they already understand and concepts they are struggling with. I am happy to help with any topics in Pre...
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14 Subjects: including reading, geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2
Jim F.
$40.00/hr
Louisville, CO
Sarah L.
...I have a BA in French and spent time studying abroad in Paris. I have taught in a traditional classroom setting - French I-III. I have been tutoring students in Pre-Algebra for more than a decade.
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7 Subjects: including French, biology, GRE, algebra 1
Sarah L.
$45.00/hr
Broomfield, CO
Reynold F.
...I can help you submit clear, concise, persuasive essays, chapters, articles, dissertations, and books every time--even at a distance (by email). Thanks. As a retired university English professor and dean (also academic vice president), I have tutored a number of high-school students in preparing...
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15 Subjects: including English, writing, ESL/ESOL, GRE
Reynold F.
$44.00/hr
Boulder, CO
Becky M.
...First, every student has gifts, and is important. Right up there by first, every family member is important, so we work as a team. I do vary rates as much as possible because you have enough on your plates in this current economy.
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20 Subjects: including reading, writing, ESL/ESOL, GRE
Becky M.
$40.00/hr
Littleton, CO
Ken M.
...This includes topics such as market equilibrium, shift factors, elasticity, price floors, price ceilings, etc. Further, production theory appears to be the next greatest challenge for the beginning microeconomics student. On the macroeconomics side, Keynesian economics, aggregate supply/aggrega...
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1 Subject: economics
Ken M.
$40.00/hr
Golden, CO
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