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Addison DeMoss

My name is Addison and I have had the pleasure of teaching both online and offline for more than 2 years. My teaching philosophy incorporates enthusiasm, patience, and positivity. I strive to help my students reach their goals of learning in a structured, yet entertaining way. My goal is not only for students to learn a specific subject at a high level, but to apply these lessons outside of the classroom.

Nicole Stout

Hello! I hold a bachelors degree from Harvard University and also serve as a tutor at Harvard University. I currently am pursuing a masters degree in marketing at Southern New Hampshire University. I am a native English speaker and also speak Spanish fluently. I have three years experience teaching English as a second language.

Dorina Millsap

I am an English Teacher with over 10 years experience. I am certified in English/Language Arts, Writing and Reading. I have also completed a TEFL certification program. My expertise includes providing academic assistance and guidance to students of all ages, in the public school as well as in the online setting. I have had many opportunities to assist students in reading and writing enrichment and intervention programs. In addition, I have been able to develop instructional strategies that boost student morale and inspire academic growth. I welcome new opportunities to share my love for learning and support the growing needs of diverse students.

Molly George

Hello, my name is Molly. I am an assistant teacher at a public primary school. I taught English in South Korea for a year. I also tutored a group of adult ESL learners during college. I am in graduate school earning my Master of Arts in Teaching in English as a Second Language. I look forward to meeting you!

Nikola G Perkovic

I have more than five years of teaching experience and a TEFL certificate. I've worked both with children and with adults. I'm relaxed and fun to work with, I'm not strict or demanding. I develop unique classes for all individual students respectively since that is the best way for a student to improve in the briefest period of time. I tend to apply various teaching methods depending on the student and also depending on the circumstances. The methods I use most frequently are: 1) the direct method, in order to emphasize on good pronunciation, 2) the audio lingual method which I most often use to assign homework to students, 3) the structural approach which I usually reserve for beginners. I customize my lessons by the individual needs of every student or a group of students, depending on the circumstances and the same applies for the topics I cover in my lessons. There are no necessary student prerequisites for my classes. I will keep up a teaching pace that suits the student/students depending on the situation. If you have any questions feel free to ask me.
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