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Amy K.
55/hour

Ferndale, WA

Tutor with a Master's of Science

In Middle School, I required the help of a tutor to get through my courses and to make sure that I was successful. Now that I have completed my Master's degree, I realize how important the skills I learned from my tutor were. I am passionate about serving read more

Steve B.
25/hour

Bellingham, WA

Experienced Japanese Tutor

I have a BA in Japanese from Brigham Young University. I have lived in Japan on two separate occasions, first for two years, then, after finishing my degree, for five years. My entire professional career has involved Japan and the Japanese language. read more

25/hour
5.0 (4)

4 hours tutoring

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Joan P.
40/hour

Bellingham, WA

Joan - Math, Spanish, French, and English Tutor

Education: BA - Spanish, French, Education MBA - Statistics, Marketing Experience: Tutoring middle school, high school, and college students in Math, Statistics, Spanish, French, English, ESL, SAT prep, ACT prep, GMAT prep, and GRE prep. read more

40/hour
4.7 (149)

721 hours tutoring

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Rebecca M.
35/hour

Ferndale, WA

Veteran English/History Middle School Teacher

I am a certified, veteran school teacher with seventeen years' teaching experience: fourteen in middle school, two in elementary school, and one as a K-12 substitute in all Whatcom county public schools. I also have eight years' experience teaching gifted read more

Jacqueline M.
75/hour

Bellingham, WA

Ph.D. in Multi-Disciplinary Studies

My teaching philosophy is somewhat eclectic and resists a neat philosophical classification. What I will attempt to do is to identify some themes which emerge from my teaching and let others determine whether these themes constitute any coherent pattern. read more

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