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I am now offering Regular Lessons for Reading, for Writing, for Reasoning, and for Study Skills. These Lessons are available for students at all levels through College. Before beginning lessons, each student will receive an initial assessment to determine his or her level before beginning lessons. Each lesson will be one-on-one and will be geared directly to that student and his or her development... read more

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Some students forget their skills and knowledge of subjects during the summer because they do not practice and receive tutoring. Other students maintain or increase their skill and knowledge during the summer by practicing and receiving tutoring on their subjects(s). To help maintain skill and knowledge level, many parents and students are having me provide tutoring during the summer for... read more

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I pride myself in having the patience to explain things in more ways than one, so that children don't get frustrated. Being very personable and kind helps children feel secure in learning new ways to understand what is difficult for them. I also show children strategies which can be used for future work which is similar, that way they are not just learning the problem or skill specific to the... read more

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Summer break is on its way for many students. For most kids, summer is a time to relax and try not to think about school for a few months. Unfortunately kids have a difficult time retaining what they have learned, so teachers have to start over at the beginning of the following school year. That is where summer tutoring comes in. If a student has fallen behind through the school year, summer... read more

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I am so excited that I found WyzAnt!! It has been wonderful! I have met so many new people and love helping work with my students to see them advance! I worked in the public schools for 7 years and loved every minute of it when I had my SPED Resource Room for Learning Disabled, Dyslexic, and ADD/ADHD students. I got to see so many young people better themselves and get passed that learning barrier... read more

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What should my child know by the end of the school year? This is a very common question for concerned parents. Each state has a list of Grade Level Content Expectations, also known as GLCEs. In Michigan, you can take a look at this website to find out the GLCEs for your child's grade: http://www.michigan.gov/mde/0,1607,7-140-28753_33232---,00.html Not a very pretty url, but very informative... read more

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Do you wait until the LAST MINUTE to complete that all important paper that was assigned to you a while back and you have put it off until the last minute? No worries, as I am here to proofread and edit your paper and send it back, ready to be printed and turned in. I know that when I was in college, I had so many things going on, including working two jobs, and student teaching, that quite often... read more

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"Mr. R., you are the best teacher ever and only you are going to make me the best smart kid in the whole world!" Second Grade Student, 2011 "Mr. R., Thank you for such a great job that you have done with my (daughter). I think you are an awesome teacher. For my baby to have maintained an 'A' average throughout this school year says she has an awesome teacher. As far... read more

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Hi everyone! I am waiting for my first customer I would love to be the one helping your loved one succeed and reach their full potential! I have great flexibility as I am transitioning into becoming a stay at home mom and working as a private ABA therapist and BCBA. I have a true passion for helping those with special needs and I love blending my two favorite fields---psychology and education... read more

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"Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire." (William Butler Yeats) I am new to WyzAnt.com. I am a recent Johnson State College graduate. I majored in Elementary Education with a concentration in math. I recently completed my second practicum at Georgia Elementary School with a classroom of 20 4th grade students. Before that I completed my first practicum... read more

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“Take time to think, for this is the source of power. Take time to work that you may know the joy of success. Take time to leave the world a better place, for only then will you truly appreciate the journey of life.” Life in the 21st century does not always lend itself to taking time. Since leaving Abington Friends School, I have been taking time to write. In recent days, I have... read more

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I am ready to help any students out there who likes a well-qualified teacher who teaches with a sense of humor and who believes in the respects and rights of students. I teach writing to all grades, even the SAT prep in writing and reading, but mainly I focus on elementary school and middle grade subjects. Hope to hear from you.

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If you do not have a high school diploma, your next step is to get a GED. This is the minimum required by most employers to hire you for a position with their company. Also, this will prepare you for the SAT if you want to go on to college. Your math and English skills will be used in your daily life. This is an important step for you. Let me help. Contact me at WyzAnt. Maggie L

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