Search for an Evergreen, CO Tutor

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Bridgette S. ...I believe the key is immersion, just like in learning a foreign language. The child must see, hear and be engaged with words every day. The age of the child would determine how I would teach vocabulary now; games for younger children, Greek and Latin roots for older children.
8 Subjects: including reading, grammar, dyslexia, elementary (k-6th)
Golden, CO
Michael M. ...This is my full-time career and I work hard to provide the best tutoring possible. I have an honors degree from Brown University and an MBA from CU-Boulder with the number 1 rank in my class, as well as 99th percentile scores on these tests. I taught at Kaplan Test Prep for three years.
3 Subjects: including GRE, GMAT, LSAT
Denver, CO
Noah B. ...After that I worked on my own private business as a for-hire photographer working on commercial shoots, marketing and publicity, portraiture, sports, weddings, product photography, real estate photography and more. My primary teaching method is one-on-one, hands on type teaching. No matter what I am teaching, I avoid books and memorization as much as possible, especially with photography.
2 Subjects: including photography, Adobe Photoshop
Denver, CO
Sayuri F. ...If you don't mind my Japanese-speaking daughter joining in on lessons, afternoons are fine too. Thank you!I have a BA in Japanese Linguistics. I have helped several friends learning Japanese in the past, including small children.
1 Subject: Japanese
Littleton, CO
Darlene B. ...So the most important subjects in elementary school are math and reading, along with developing study skills, at which I also excel. English is a difficult language with respect to the connection between the written word and the spoken word. English words come from many different languages, and that is why we have so many variations in spelling and pronunciation.
27 Subjects: including Spanish, English, reading, writing
Denver, CO