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Steven H.
...Teach skills-not just data.4) Emphasize active learning by inculcating 21st Century Learning Skills: Critical Thinking and Problem Solving; Creativity and Innovation; Communication; and Collaboration. Design projects that involve a variety of media. A variety of media will connect to at least s...
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11 Subjects: including English, writing, grammar, literature
Steven H.
$60.00/hr
Queen Creek, AZ
Mayumi P.
...Don't be afraid to ask questions, even if you might think it's a silly question. If you are hoping to read and write, it will take time, but with persistence you can do it. Again, repetition is the key.
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1 Subject: Japanese
Mayumi P.
$40.00/hr
Mesa, AZ
Eric G.
...I stated Martial Arts (Judo) when I was seven years old. I have expressed a strong interest for all types of martial arts and its philosophies pretty much my entire life. I'm a fifth degree black belt master level in Tae Kwon do, and I have a total of 30 years of practice with 20 years as an instructor.
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9 Subjects: including French, ESL/ESOL, public speaking, psychology
Eric G.
$45.00/hr
Chandler, AZ
Rebecca M.
...I have taught grades K-6 for over thirteen years in two local shool districts. I have worked with all types of students and realize the needs of each child can vary drastically. I understand those things that can cause a child to struggle in school; lack of motivation, learning issues, behavior problems, as well as understanding how to take those who are ready to the next level.
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8 Subjects: including reading, grammar, elementary (k-6th), study skills
Rebecca M.
$65.00/hr
Gilbert, AZ
Chris C.
...The trick I use is to say it in its expanded form when reading the sentence; e.g., "The dog ate its bone" would be correct, while "the dog ate it's bone" would not. You would determine this by saying, "The dog ate it is bone." Knowing that sentence doesn't make sense, you would then use the possessive pronoun "its" in the sentence. I have been proofreading documents for my entire career.
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10 Subjects: including reading, English, writing, grammar
Chris C.
$40.00/hr
Mesa, AZ
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