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Mark F.
...I have been a professional songwriter for over five years. I have composed, arranged, and performed two professionally produced albums which are both published. I also studied songwriting under a successful musician while acquiring my Music Industry degree at Drexel University.
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45 Subjects: including Microsoft Excel, reading, English, geometry
Mark F.
$44.00/hr
Los Angeles, CA
Emily W.
...My teaching is not to tell you to memorize, but to develop your interest and understand! I was born in China and academically learned Chinese for 12 years. I have tutored an elementary student in China.
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8 Subjects: including Microsoft Excel, calculus, Chinese, SAT math
Emily W.
$40.00/hr
Los Angeles, CA
Chip B.
...A little more about me - I'm originally from Fairbanks, Alaska, where I attended the University of Alaska Fairbanks. I also hold a Master's degree from the University of San Diego, and moved to Los Angeles about two years ago from New York, where I first began working with students. While worki...
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55 Subjects: including Microsoft Excel, English, reading, Spanish
Chip B.
$60.00/hr
Los Angeles, CA
Serdar C.
...I have been teaching guitar and computer for 12 years through the aged groups 7 to 70. I worked at K12 schools as a music and computer teacher. I gratuated from ITU MIAM Centre for Advanced Studies in Music.
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12 Subjects: including Microsoft Excel, guitar, Macintosh, general computer
Serdar C.
$60.00/hr
Los Angeles, CA
A. Bradford B.
...By associating their new vocabulary word with a familiar synonym or mental image the new word reminds them of, it greatly facilitates the memorization process. I also like to have my student print out an image and cut it out and tape it next to the definition. I also think it is important that ...
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48 Subjects: including Microsoft Excel, reading, chemistry, English
A. Bradford B.
$80.00/hr
Los Angeles, CA
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