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Affordable Math Tutoring
5.0
from 16 reviews
  • 34 hires on Thumbtack
Dawn G.
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Our daughter was not motivated to do her Algebra 1 work without a teacher. Miss Wilhite even agreed to do the homework so they can compare how they got the results. Miss Wilhite shares her passion for math with her students.

Best MathTutoring Service
5.0
from 3 reviews
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
Edwin M.
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For 2 years, I served as a tutor in Ms. Kim's Algebra II classes at San Manuel High School. This gave me ample opportunity to observe her ability to communicate sometimes difficult material to high school juniors/seniors. She has excellent command of the subject matter. However, I think her most outstanding attribute is her ability to make the students feel at ease and motivate them to do the work. Her classes are well organized and the time available in class is used efficiently. It is clear that a lot of thought went into determining how best to define, address and solve a variety of algebraic problems. I'm confident that she will be an effective math tutor.

Bill Smith
5.0
from 1 review
  • 2 hires on Thumbtack
June S.
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Bill Smith was very good at explaining algebra, and made it much easier for me to understand.

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I am a 22-year-old teacher. I have my BA in biotech engineering. I have extensive training in science, writing and reading in English, Spanish and German. I am able to teach in all three languages as well as teach all three languages. I also play baseball for Pima Community College as a pitcher, so I can teach pitching as well as the fundamentals of batting to children. I have also been playing the guitar for 10 years of my life and can teach classical, heavy metal, classic rock and blues guitar. I am a very friendly teacher and have much patience, as I have a two-year-old son myself. I hope to be a teacher to you or your children soon. Have a good day.

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I am able to offer guitar lessons to people and teach them not only theory but songs that they like and listen to the radio. I teach them to play those songs in classical and jazz arrangements.

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I am a native Spanish speaker and teach both English and Spanish as a second language. I worked for years as an ESL teacher in my home country of Ecuador. Now, I live in Tucson, AZ, and can help you to learn, speak and write English or Spanish.

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I am an experienced math, geometry and algebra tutor. I have recently retired from my electrical engineering position in Chicago and am looking to share my knowledge and keep mentally busy. The fact that I am retired means I am extremely flexible.

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I will tutor your child in reading and writing Spanish. I will teach your child basic Spanish vocabulary and conversational skills. I will provide exercises and communication skills in Spanish.

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I offer Spanish classes. Get better with your Spanish skills. You don't need to worry about going to school; don't waste your time there.

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I assist individual students to build self-confidence in learning a new language. I have been teaching Spanish for 14 years. My lessons are based on different activities that help people to get better conversational skills.

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Having a bachelor of fine arts degree in theater, I am available to tutor up to a high school level in the listed (checked) subjects. Additionally, I can teach acting, directing, costumes, makeup, drama, play analysis, and some designing for costumes and sets. I have some experience in Shakespearean studies.

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I can help you with math, Spanish, dancing, singing, and English. I can help any student of any age with anything they need to improve on. I could either go to their house and teach them there; they could come to mine; or we could meet up in a public place and work there.

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I am an industrial engineer with high cultural Spanish level. I can help you to accomplish your Spanish language goals.

  • 5 years in business
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I am an Spanish teacher. I teach Spanish reading and writing lessons for kids and all ages. My primary language is Spanish. I am a Venezuelan. If you're looking for a qualified person to teach you and your children the Spanish language, I can assure you that you are in expert hands about this language, which I know well, and I have good knowledge of Spanish grammar. Please contact me, and test me to know that I do very well.

  • 5 years in business
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I offer guitar lessons and/or math tutoring. I've been playing guitar for 14 years, am a trained audio engineer, and am a current University of Arizona student. I can teach guitar techniques, basic music theory, recording and mixing techniques, and I can give gear advice as well as help with math up to Calculus II.

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Learn one of the most beautiful languages in the world as well as the French culture in a quiet and nice way.

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I'm an engineering student in the US of A. I have 3 years of experience of college math study and 6 years' experience of algebra and higher math study. I'm confident about my math-teaching skill. Honestly, I'm Chinese; thus I may not have a very good description, but I have a very good skill in the study of math.

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