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Ulrich K.
...Even grammar can be really fun and make sense! I know because I have been helping students understand and master the grammar in their English and German language classes since 1991. I have been a teacher for 27+ years.
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12 Subjects: including reading, ESL/ESOL, German, Russian
Ulrich K.
$34.00/hr
Petaluma, CA
Bradley B.
...It is a cooperative and engaging way to get the material in the brain, from the short term memory to the long term memory. In teaching, their is a lot of psychology that comes into play because even though you learn the concepts, one must find how to store them and organize the information later...
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17 Subjects: including reading, physics, calculus, statistics
Bradley B.
$30.00/hr
Petaluma, CA
Dana T.
...References are available upon request. Note: I will be teaching at the College of Marin in Spring of 2014 and cannot tutor my own students. I was born deaf and learned sign language at 18 months old.
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1 Subject: sign language
Dana T.
$60.00/hr
San Rafael, CA
Marie W.
...My husband is from Peking and we speak Mandarin at home. In 1983-86 I was the principal for my church's Saturday Chinese School base on my teacher's trainings and knowledge about the language. In 1998, I was offered a teaching position with the San Francisco School District as a bilingual teach...
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7 Subjects: including geometry, Chinese, algebra 1, elementary math
Marie W.
$50.00/hr
San Francisco, CA
Oscar G.
...My approach is holistic, letting each field inform others and looking for points of intersection. For example, I have found that most students better understand and appreciate mathematical concepts if they consider not only the "what" (i.e., rules) but also the "why" (historical development and ...
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31 Subjects: including reading, English, French, writing
Oscar G.
$40.00/hr
Richmond, CA
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