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(12) Private Psychology Tutors offering lessons, class and homework help in Abita Springs

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Carol

Skilled Math, Test Prep, Reading, and Writing Tutor

In the spring of 2003 I finished Economics 1000 at our local University of New Orleans. World poverty, market structures and prices, government control of prices, economics of higher education, economics of crime were topics in Chapters 1-3 and 5 as well as our first one hour exam. We sat in a huge auditorium while lectured by our professor standing on a stage with slides on the screen. We finished 13 chapters while covering a huge number of policy, taxation, energy problems, and health issues with social security poverty problems and discrimination that semester. I have many T-F and multiple Read more


Marcus

Effective Foreign Language Tutor

I am a current university student, studying psychology in hopes of becoming a physician. I love traveling, learning, researching new things, refreshing my memory of the things I have learned, and spending times with friends and family. Back in high school, I did a semester of tutoring Spanish. I tutored two Spanish girls and we saw tremendous growth, grades wise. In most of their subjects, their grades went up on average 2 letter grades. I also tutored on my university campus. This is the rew... Read more

Teaches 4 subjects


Janice

Actively Seeking Need A Job

Hello Students. I am a student at Kaplan University, online student my studies are in Health and Wellness which is my Bachelor of Science degree of a four year program with two years to complete. In my spare time reading and writing is my passion and helping you to reach your goals will give me great experience in tutoring or teaching you in how to complete your goals. My profession is in Allied Health in Professional medical billing/ claim program which was completed may 2007, I went to ... Read more

Teaches 2 subjects


Paloma

Bilingual Tutor

Hi my name is Paloma and I have Masters in forensic Psychology from Argosy University. I graduated from John Jay College of Criminal Justice with a B.A. in Forensic Psychology 2005, and then went on to spend another 5 years as a law enforcement officer in NY. I relocated to New Orleans and I really love it. I've worked with kids since I was 14 tutoring friends, classmates and co workers but never taught in a classroom until I taught an introductory Forensic Psychology class at Delgado ... Read more


Erin

College Student Offering Tutoring Services

I am a senior at Tulane University pursuing a BA in Psychology & Early Childhood Education with a minor in French. I have been on the Dean's List every semester of college, and I am involved in student-run organizations. I have taken many classes in which I did well, and I would be happy to share my knowledge with other college students. Next year, I will be student teaching in order to receive my teaching certification for elementary school in Louisiana. I have spent many hours as a teaching... Read more


Victoria

Teacher, Student, Helper to humanity

I have worked as a special education instructional aide in the ED (emotional disturbance) unit at a middle school for 2 years. I've worked with a wide array of disabilities, ranging from ASD to CP. I loved my special needs kiddos and created a special and unique relationship with each one of them. Much more than the behavior management, I loved the instructional aspect of my job. I loved seeing them grow confident as I successfully taught them new material, methods, or information. Due to the... Read more


Brigitte

Graduate student, specializing in math, science, and elementary

I took three years of Sign Language when I was in high school. I received A's all years and went in after and before school to practice signing with our teacher who is Deaf. At the end of my course I went to City Hall and took a fluency test where I passed and hold my certificate of sign language fluency. I can scan and submit it if that is needed for a qualification. Read more


Aaron

Creative Professor

Hi! I have an Interdisciplinary Ph.d. from Tulane University, and over twelve years of teaching experience. I am a part-time professor at Tulane now. I have taught students of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities, in groups of all sizes. I have taught English, anthropology, linguistics, and standardized test preparation full-time, professionally. I have always received great student evaluations. Students, friends, and employers say that as a teacher I am unusually articulate, easy-going, an... Read more


Becky

Archaeologist/Art Historian + expertise in many Humanities fields

I am a dual-degree graduate from LSU with a B.A. in Anthropology (focusing in archaeology and general prehistory) and a B.A. in Art History with additional graduate coursework in archaeology, statistics, and geography. I have 7+ years of experience with original research projects and general research assistance. My studies covered most subjects in the humanities including anthropology (cultural, physical, linguistic, and archaeology), world history, English, Spanish, sociology, art, religion,... Read more


Martin

From Educator to Engineer

Hi, "My Turning Point Struggle with Math" I am Martin. I am an Electrical Engineer. When I started UNO, my ACT score placed me in remedial math. In my defiance of this placement, I received permission by the Dean to skip remedial math and take my first college algebra course. I ended up failing, having to retake, and failing again. The study skills I used in high school did not work at the university level and I was not as good at math as I thought I was. This was a crossroads for me. ... Read more


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