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Pamela A.

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Lifelong Learner/Teacher Here to Help

Cost: $30 Per Hour Company: Wyzant


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 I became a lifelong learner/educator long before that became a cool buzzword in the business. I think my first tutee might have been a classmate in grade school...sometimes my teachers would ask me to help my classmates or give me passes to the library. If I finished something early, the reward was often an opportunity to choose something else to read. This helped me develop skill and passion for something I know can take me anywhere! I'm the aunt who always gives a book as a gift, and m...


Cost $30 Per Hour
Type of Tutoring In-Person, One-on-one
Languages Spoken English
Special Needs Skills ADD/ADHD, Dyslexia, General Learning Disability
Locations Your Office, Student's Home

Tutoring Subjects

Tests: Regents Exam

Social Science: Psychology

Languages: English

Music: Trumpet

Elementary Topics: Elementary K-6th, Elementary Science, Study Skills

English Language Arts: ESL, Grammar, Literature, Proofreading, Reading, Vocabulary, Writing

History: American History, World History

About Wyzant


  1714 N. Damen Suite 3N, Chicago, IL 60647
  (877) 999-2681

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Wyzant says

WyzAnt is the leading tutoring marketplace on the web with 72,000+ tutors offering private lessons in hundreds of subjects like math, science, test prep, foreign languages, music, computers and much more.

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