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DrPhil

Neuroprofessorteachall

I was the dean of medical school in St Lucia and co-chairman of the neurosurgery department at the University of California-Irvine (as well as other academic positions) for over 40 years, aiding students advancing to college and medical school. As a member of the Florida Association of Postsecondary School and Colleges, I am also an author and competent to evaluate student essays as applications. Read more


Clovis

Classical, Jazz and Gospel Piano, Flute, Vocal Coaching

As part of my B.A. in Music Education, I studied and did classroom practicum in teaching sight singing, music theory and ear training. Kent Kennan, Zoltan Kodaly and Walter Piston were the texts used. My graduate studies include work in composition with Robert Lombardo and Pawel Chencinski. I have also done advanced work with R.A. Straughn, a student of Felix Salzer. I am a member of the Kodaly Institute and the Composers' Forum. Read more


Molly

I am a recently graduated master's student in English.

I have been playing violin for 23 years. I qualified and attended both the All-East and the All-State for Tennessee, all three years I was eligible to compete. I was a member of the University of Tennessee Symphony Orchestra, and took private lessons with Miroslav Hristov. I also participated in UT's chamber groups, opera orchestra, and women's choir. I played professionally for 8 years, as a wedding violinist and, for part of that time, as a member of the Montgomery Symphony Orchestra. Read more


Emmanuel

Violin Teacher for All

I am a Member of Texas Music Educators Association and the American String Teacher Association. I have four years of experience teaching with the UNT String Project. My love for spreading the gift of music to others began when I was in middle school assisting my orchestra director in my sister's fifth grade strings class. It was then I realized what I was meant to do the rest of my life, promote and share the love and appreciation of music and the string instruments. With over five years of t... Read more

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Tiffany

Violinist, music folklorist, and musicologist

As an undergraduate in music school at University of Alabama, I made straight A's when I was doing ear training. I did so well there that when I took my placement test for graduate school at the University of Oregon, I placed high enough to be exempt from other ear training classes. Now as a full-time Suzuki music teacher, I teach all of my students how to match pitch, how to hear intervals, and how to use different systems of sol feg as well as rhythm training and sight reading. I have also been trained in music theory and ear training classes for preschool through high school students. The S Read more


Michelle

Tutor in math, physics, and reading

Hello, my name is Michelle. I have a B.S. in Astronomy from the Ohio State University that I received in 2010 and right now working on my PhD in Physics at the University of Toledo. I have had experience with undergraduate level physics and helping students with physics for the past year and a half. While in high school, I did a lot of tutoring in math for those who needed it and were struggling in math. I also volunteered at a local elementary school for 3 years to help students who were ... Read more


Cixi

Master Music Teacher makes learning music fun!

I began teaching piano when I was 18, and immediately fell in love with my job. I earned my Bachelor's degree in music education with piano in 2004. I have served as Music Director for 8 years in Aldine and Sheldon ISD, as well as elementary school Strings Instructor. General music is included in the teaching curriculum. Read more


Elizabeth

Experienced teacher of various ages and levels!

I have taught 5 of my children to read well through phonics, and they are all advanced readers. I believe that it is important to teach the phonics rules along with reading lots of books together. Sight words will be taught along with the phonics rules, and I have many fun games for the younger kids to reinforce concepts. I have used two different methods, one called Reading made Easy for a child that enjoys a slower pace, and the curriculum I currently use called PAL, put out by the Institute for Excellence in Writing. This is a more whole language arts curriculum that uses more games, wor Read more


Silvester

Patient and Knowledgeable Elementary Tutor and Violin/Viola Teacher

I am Certified Illinois Educator and Music Teacher. I believe that whatever my students are striving to learn should be fun and engaging. I try to make great efforts to know my students well enough, so that I might connect their learning to their personal interests. I also have experience with teaching special needs students, specifically students within the Autism Spectrum. I have a BA from DePaul School of Music and a Masters in Education from National Louis University.... Read more


Danika

Speak Music as a Language

I have been involved in music for 18 years, 11 or which have been career. I have taught private lessons, led orchestra and choir, worked with adults as well as children, and given presentations to school groups. Since I play several instruments and compose, music is a "whole" to me; thus, "General music" is a subject I can teach. Read more


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