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$40/hour

Christine O.

Redwood City, CA 94061

Effective and Enjoyable Tutor

$40/hour
...I have worked more than 10 years as an elementary school teacher and as a private tutor of children and adults. I delight in witnessing the change from "I can't read" to "I love to read", with the help of proven methods. Students who were behind several grade... read more
elementary (k-6th) | 10 other subjects
$55/hour

Janet W.

Redwood City, CA 94063

Mathematics English and Science Tutor

$55/hour
...Thank you, JanetHello, After 25 years of teaching K-12 all grades and all subjects, I believe I am qualified to tutor any subject in the kindergarten through sixth grade level. My credential is in English, math and science, but I believe I am qualified to tutor... read more
elementary (k-6th) | 10+ other subjects
$30/hour

Paolo L.

Redwood City, CA 94065

Paolo: Writing Specialist for All Ages/Levels. Basic K-12 & More

$30/hour
...I look forward to being a resource of both knowledge and support for anything my students may need. Thank you, and I look forward to the opportunity to work with you. I have extensive experience in United States History from early settlements, all the way up to... read more
elementary (k-6th) | 10+ other subjects
$95/hour

Richard M.

Millbrae, CA 94030

Tutor -- English, Test Prep, History, German, French, Government

$95/hour
...My K-6th experience includes teaching 4th and 5th grade English and Social Studies at Merryhill School in San Jose, CA; substitute teaching in various (preschool and) Kindergarten through 6th grade classrooms for Teachers on Reserve; and teaching English language... read more
elementary (k-6th) | 10+ other subjects
$79/hour

Jeffrey M.

San Mateo, CA 94403

Enthusiastic Tutor of Mathematics and Physics

$79/hour
...I very often start by showing my student how to write out the prime factorization of the integers from 1 to 50, and then having the student continue, as a homework exercise, from 51 to 100. I have found it to be critical to be sure that the student has mastered... read more
elementary (k-6th) | 10+ other subjects
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