Search for a Bethesda, MD Reading Tutor

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Heidi K. ...I take a personal interest in the success of each student and every one receives my individualized attention. How important is your child's education? My areas of specialty are Algebra 1, English, Grammar, Phonics, Reading, Special needs, Study skills, Vocabulary, and Writing, at the elementary, K-6 level.I am a certified elementary teacher and Reading Specialist.
17 Subjects: including reading, English, writing, piano
Rockville, MD
Jeremy W. ...If you are an international college or graduate school student looking for help with vocabulary, idiom, grammar or with your writing in general, I can definitely help you. I am an adjunct professor of political science and international relations and have worked at multiple colleges in DC and Ne...
17 Subjects: including reading, writing, SAT writing, ACT English
Washington, DC
Ed J. ...In addition, I minored in Art history at Colgate. I continue to remain active in DC Art scene as a volunteer art installation screener with the National Museum for Women in the Arts. I am a United States Professional Tennis Association ("USPTA") Certified Tennis Teaching Professional and I own and operate a Serve First, LLC.
46 Subjects: including reading, English, grammar, public speaking
Washington, DC
Adele B. ...She teaches English Composition, Reading, and Creative Writing at Montgomery College, and she teaches creative writing for the MD Arts Council AIE Program, and The Writer's Center in Bethesda, MD. She also taught writing workshops for long-term patients at Georgetown University Hospital for 10 y...
9 Subjects: including reading, English, grammar, writing
Silver Spring, MD
Matt S. ...After a brief conversation, I generally offer sample editing and strategic evaluation to show how I would approach your project. As a professional instructor, my teaching experience has centered around university classrooms and during university office hours. From 2007 to 2009, I taught Presentational Speaking at Syracuse University for two semesters and Public Advocacy for one semester.
15 Subjects: including reading, English, writing, GRE
Washington, DC