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Sharron M.

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Tutor for Regular and Special Education

Cost: $75 Per Hour Company: Wyzant

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I am a retired teacher of 30 years. I have taught all grade levels and am knowledgeable in most courses. I have certification in Regular and Special Education, grades K-12; and Degrees in Special Education, Administration and Supervision, Language Development and Curriculum and Instruction.

I have a library of instructional materials, and am current with educational practices in the state of Connecticut. I am available for Math, English, History, Science and Job Skills.

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Cost $75 Per Hour
Type of Tutoring In-Person, One-on-one
Languages Spoken English
Special Needs Skills Asperger's Syndrome, Autism, ADD/ADHD, Dyslexia, General Learning Disability, Hearing Impairment
Locations Your Office, Student's Home

Tutoring Subjects

Languages: English, Sign Language

English Language Arts: Grammar, Reading

Business: Career Development

Elementary Topics: Elementary K-6th, Phonics, Spelling, Study Skills

About Wyzant

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Location
  1714 N. Damen Suite 3N, Chicago, IL 60647
Phone
  (877) 999-2681
Website
  www.wyzant.com

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