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$45/hour

Mary B.

Monticello, MN 55362

Patient and Personal Computer Tutor

$45/hour
I teach computers and I love to teach beginners. Teaching is all about helping the student become confident in their own ability. My favorite moment is watching a student's face when it suddenly clicks. Learning computers is not about smarts, it is not about being... read more
Microsoft Excel, general computer, Microsoft Word | 4 other subjects
$50/hour

Judy S.

Portland, OR 97202

Tutor w/MA for Spanish, ESL, German, English & Computers/QBooks

$50/hour
...The hard work my son, Carlos, and I put into his mastering the English language "paid off," and it can for you too! Finally, I am a public speaker and trainer and have a great deal of computer-related experience, including PowerPoint and Quickbooks. I have references... read more
Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint | 10+ other subjects
$55/hour

Kevin B.

Lafayette, IN 47904

One-on-one lessons in math, engineering, and technology

$55/hour
...I have over a decade's worth of experience in computer programming, including code development, debugging, maintenance, and teaching. Languages with which I'm familiar include (but are not limited to) C/C++, MATLAB, FORTRAN, and Java. Most of my programming experience... read more
Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint | 10+ other subjects
$30/hour

Tonita E.

Arvada, CO 80003

Spanish Language, Business Skills, and Computer Software Tutor

$30/hour
...Although it may not be considered public speaking, I also facilitated meetings for varying-sized groups. During my 15+ years of working in a business environment, Outlook was the email system used. I have formal training on Microsoft Project and can train others... read more
Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Outlook | 10+ other subjects
$65/hour

Robert Z.

Andover, MA 01810

Enthusiastic Explainer: Physics & Math

$65/hour
...For instance, by the end of the 5th grade, students should be able to: • Ask questions and make predictions that can be tested. • Select and use appropriate tools and technology (e.g., calculators, computers, balances, scales, meter sticks, graduated cylinders)... read more
Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint | 10+ other subjects
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