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Lindsay L.
Hello! My name is Lindsay L. I am a tutor with childcare experience living in Kingston, Washington.
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20 Subjects: including English, reading, writing, geometry
Lindsay L.
$50.00/hr
Kingston, WA
Ruenming C.
...My Chinese pronunciation is accurate with no accent. I taught Chinese at the International Chinese Language Program of National Taiwan University for three years after I retired from TV station. Most of my students were from US colleges.
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1 Subject: Chinese
Ruenming C.
$35.00/hr
Seattle, WA
Rachel P.
...I also offer reading and writing support for students through high school. Through my work as an adult basic education instructor, I have been formally trained to help students improve their intermediate literacy skills. College Coursework / Adult Learning I can tutor all first-year college biology and chemistry courses offered at the University of Washington and Seattle Colleges.
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40 Subjects: including Spanish, chemistry, reading, physics
Rachel P.
$50.00/hr
Seattle, WA
Jill P.
...I found it stimulating, challenging, and very enjoyable, and graduated with a 4.0 GPA in December of 2013. During and after the course I volunteered as a teaching assistant at Shoreline Community College, working with Levels 1, 2, and 5. Since graduating I have taught a group of Level 1 and 2 students through the Seattle Public Library and been a substitute teacher for Kaplan's ESL program.
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1 Subject: ESL/ESOL
Jill P.
$40.00/hr
Seattle, WA
John H.
...I understand how mathematical facts can become blurred. What seems like easy concepts to learn at first can build into several different concepts which can become easily confused if not properly sorted and organized into appropriate categories. I also understand that part of what makes us human is that we forget things--we have what is known as mental decay.
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3 Subjects: including algebra 1, elementary math, prealgebra
John H.
$40.00/hr
Poulsbo, WA
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