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Faraz R.
...You tell me when it is convenient for you. I tutor mornings, afternoons, evenings, nights and weekends as well. Below I have added a bit of my experience: I have tutored a student at Cinco Ranch High School in Katy TX.
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24 Subjects: including discrete math, GRE, linear algebra, logic
Faraz R.
$75.00/hr
Houston, TX
Bill E.
...My familiarity with students with Aspergers syndrome is not only from experience (I have both taught and worked with students), but also from my studies (I have a master's degree in special education), as well as assessments as a certified educational diagnostician. I have found that all student...
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27 Subjects: including discrete math, algebra 1, algebra 2, ACT Math
Bill E.
$50.00/hr
Spring, TX
Sharon G.
...In addition, I am a life-long learner, and I have a Doctorate of Education degree in Higher Education and Adult Learning. I am a student-centered instructor. I have a passion for teaching math.
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6 Subjects: including prealgebra, English, reading, writing
Sharon G.
$35.00/hr
Magnolia, TX
Maasa I.
...I used to work at Japanese cram school (jyuku) for couple of months when I went home for summer vacation and used to have two private students who were middle school students. I taught Math and English. My tutoring style is reviewing class materials and questions, and homework.
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3 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, Japanese
Maasa I.
$40.00/hr
Conroe, TX
Craig H.
...It's better if you can think positive thoughts about the subject you are studying, and if you have a negative thought that's OK; you can't really control every stray thought. But it's better to not verbalize negative thoughts, because words are important. Words have power, and expressing negative thoughts makes learning math that much more difficult.
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1 Subject: SAT math
Craig H.
$45.00/hr
Cypress, TX
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