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Kay D.
...I enjoy seeing the students' eyes light up when they finally "get it". I have taught all areas of English from the 7th grade through college freshmen. I believe in the one-on-one experience of tutoring and know I can help any student with any English problem.
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11 Subjects: including English, reading, writing, ASVAB
Kay D.
$60.00/hr
Griffin, GA
Leigh L.
...I have 8 years teaching experience at the 4th grade level and 6 years teaching at Kindergarten level. I also have three years experience teaching 6th grade math, one year in 6th grade science, and two years in language arts. I have had students above, on, and below grade level throughout my career.
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11 Subjects: including reading, English, geometry, algebra 1
Leigh L.
$35.00/hr
Monticello, GA
Retha P.
I love working with children. I graduated from Concordia University in River Forest, IL, a suburb of Chicago. I currently teach Sunday School in the children's department.
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1 Subject: elementary (k-6th)
Retha P.
$45.00/hr
Covington, GA
Tony E.
...I have tutored with a learning center in Algebra 1 as well as with a private company who's main focus was on CRCT prep for all high school level subjects, amounting to 13+ years of continuous of service. I have a very laid back approach. I feel that the best way to begin to love math is to first understand it.
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3 Subjects: including algebra 1, elementary math, prealgebra
Tony E.
$30.00/hr
Conyers, GA
Charlene W.
...Immediate correction of misunderstood material is essential so that the student can process the information correctly. Students sometimes do not ask questions in class, and what they want to know has not been addressed. Teachers in the classroom do not always have time to discuss individual concerns or perspectives, and the student is left frustrated and confused.
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17 Subjects: including English, writing, grammar, literature
Charlene W.
$40.00/hr
Covington, GA
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