Search for a Puyallup Latin Tutor

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Michael K. ...After that, motivation of inequalities and polynomials with real-world problems is key - after all, why would you want a tool you will never use? I enjoy calculus, because it is an exploration and not a rote exercise. I like to use a historical approach from Euler, Leibniz, and Newton, leading ...
34 Subjects: including Latin, chemistry, Spanish, calculus
$25.00/hr
Spanaway, WA
Michelle B. ...I have lived in Japan and I studied Japanese language and culture. I have a degree in Family Consumer Studies and a minor in Japanese. I currently work with children of all ages.
15 Subjects: including Latin, reading, ESL/ESOL, grammar
$35.00/hr
Lakewood, WA
Julie F. ...I use a strategic method of combining a multisensory structured language approach with self-awareness and self-confidence. With my dyslexic students, I am also more rigorous about organizational skills. I have tutored students taking the ISEE (along with the SSAT) to get into Seattle private/independent schools such as Lakeside, the Bush School, UPrep, and Holy Names.
38 Subjects: including Latin, English, reading, Spanish
$50.00/hr
Seattle, WA
Greg D. ...The first important thing about taking on a new student is the discovery not just of the student's (and, probably, his or her parents') goals but of how best the student learns. This may take the form of a conversation, more direct questions and answers, or perhaps even drawing pictures or playi...
52 Subjects: including Latin, English, reading, calculus
$40.00/hr
Seattle, WA
Sarah R. I teach in the Italian department at the University of Washington, and I am a currently enrolled Ph.D. student studying Italian cinema. I lived in Florence, Italy for two years, where I began doing poetry translation (which I continue to do now). I have translated a few books in Italy (to English),...
4 Subjects: including Latin, English, Italian, literature
$60.00/hr
Seattle, WA