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Since I have served as a lead classroom substitute teacher for three area local school districts since 2008 and have taught in a public classroom for these grades many times I am qualified to tutor elementary (K-6th grade) students. Presently, I substitute for two school districts and I am nearing the completion of state teacher certification.
Laura B.
My qualifications in writing include a bachelor's and a Master's degree in journalism, as well as experience as a newspaper reporter. I also have a teaching license in English as a second language which has allowed me to teach writing to students of all ages. I like making messages clear and concise. In addition, I find joy in fixing grammatical errors!
Megan F.
I'm in constant literary pursuit. Part of my expertise is in Shakespearean literature and performance, which I teach at the college level. I detect variances in spelling in early texts, from when publishing was new; from the time when spelling was more fluid. The Theater is my second home. Among the hundreds of theater works I've been involved in were 10 Shakespeare plays I directed (two of them twice). I teach Acting and Shakespeare at the college level. So, I'm familiar with the development of English language and spelling. I do at least one Sunday NY Times crossword every day. I'm always engaged in different styles of writing, from poems and plays, to press releases.
Judy R.
My B.S. is in System Engineering with a focus on programming and system thinking. My M.S. is in Educational Technology with a focus on programming and instructional design. I am currently teaching computer science courses at the University of Arizona as an Adjunct professor.
Dwight F.
I was born in China, so Chinese was my first language. Growing up in the U.S, my parents never learned English so I only speak Chinese with them. Thus, I'm fluent in Chinese (Mandarin). I also took a Chinese reading and writing class in college and received a 4.0.
Katherine W.
I currently teach music theory and composition in a classroom lab, using online resources. I am certified in Massachusetts and Maine as a music teacher, both vocal and instrumental, K through 12.
Margaret D.
I enjoy the subject immensely and because I am certified in special education, I can modify topics according to level and interest. I look for meaning and relevance of the topics when I teach as well so students are better able to connect to the material.
Fred B.
Precision in written and spoken English is essential to every mode of communication. Additionally, having a large rich vocabulary can keep your writing and speaking fresh and dynamic. It is never too late to build a rich vocabulary. At the elementary level, building a rich vocabulary starts with reading challenging texts and books and looking up new words in the dictionary. I also like to use some vocabulary-building video resources that make the acquisition of new vocab fun for young learners. At the high school, college, and professional levels, having a rich vocabulary is essential for mastering any content area. I love to work on the Latin and Greek roots that form a high percentage of advanced English vocab. I use several books that help with the development of vocabulary and I also help students develop techniques for quickly acquiring and remembering new words. I emphasize the need of practicing the use of new words as well as looking at expert models to understand the correct usage.
Daniel S.
I am a recent Regis University graduate who has completed relevant coursework in algebra 2.
Nick M.
I have a BS in applied mathematics and have extensive experience in using Mathematica. I took courses that taught me how to use it and more classes that required the use of Mathematica. I understand the syntax and can help you understand how to use it to achieve your goals.
Dale W.

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