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University of North Texas
I have been teaching for 5 years now through a variety of subjects in Science, Spanish, and in music. I hold a certificate in composite science and physical education from the state. I live in the DFW area and would be very happy to offer help and assistance to a student in a variety of content areas. I am also bilingual in Spanish if that is an issue of concern. I hope to help and would appreciate the opportunity.
I have been teaching for 5 years now through a variety of subjects in Science, Spanish, and in music. I hold a certificate in composite science and physical education from the
Chris S. has been a wonderful Spanish tutor for our son. He is very personable, professional and great at communication. He is easy to get in touch with and has been flexible with his schedule. Chris relates really well with our teenage son and is adept at getting the most out of a tutoring session. We highly recommend him not only for Spanish but other subjects as well.
Chris is extremely professional, courteous and as my son put it, "straight up Legit". He is incredibly knowledgeable and has a gift for breaking the material down in such a way that the person struggling can get a grasp on the data. Chris is a stellar tutor and obvioulsy the best at what he does!
Chris is very personable and and also personalizes the tutoring sessions to your needs and requests. He makes the sessions comfortable and interactive.
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