6 Latin Tutors Found Near Dayton, OH



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Dorothy B.

Latin Tutor

Cincinnati, OH 45242

Will travel 10 miles

$48 per hour.

4.96 136 ratings

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Knowledgeable, Experienced, and Caring Tutor

Latin provides the basis for much of our English language. I took four years of Latin and have worked with students in Latin I, II, and III. During tutoring sessions, I clarify the fine points of Latin grammar. I also offer study suggestions for the best ways to memorize vocabulary and endings. I believe that learning can be fun, and that learning how to learn is part of the process. I have a master?s degree in psychology and over 15 years' experience working with individual students to help them reach their goals. My area of concentration in graduate school was cognitive psychology, which has [more]


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John D.

Latin Tutor

Union, KY 41091

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 3 ratings

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Ancient Greek, Latin, History

I received my PhD in History from Kansas State University with specialties in Modern Europe and military history. My teaching experience includes developing my own course covering the entirety of Western Civilization. I taught history for ten years on the college level. I received my MA in Classical Languages (Latin and Greek) from the University of Kansas. I taught Latin for fifteen years at the high school and college levels. I received my BA in Education from St. Mary's College, ... [more]


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Jason H.

Latin Tutor

Springfield, OH 45502

Will travel 25 miles

$40 per hour.

4.75 8 ratings

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Professional online teacher and Autism specialist

I work at a special school for kids with Autism. I have provided tutoring for several different companies over the years from elementary to college level. I've worked at my local library to provide basic education for disadvantaged adults and GED test preparation. I am also a professional guitar instructor with extensive experience helping children in a variety of age brackets and with various special education requirements.... [more]


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Stephen S.

Latin Tutor

Erlanger, KY 41018

Will travel 10 miles

$35 per hour.

5.0 4 ratings

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Learn Latin, Italian, or English from an experienced teacher!

I believe that we learn what we love: what we have a passion for. I am a patient and caring tutor with 13 years of full-time teaching experience at the elementary, high school, & college levels. I have a Master's degree in Outdoor Education and am currently studying toward a doctorate in Theology, while teaching full-time at the high school level. Fluent in Italian (lived in Italy for 5 years and did my seminary studies in Italian & Latin), top of my class in philosophy & Theology, and with a... [more]


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Alex F.

Latin Tutor

Hamilton, OH 45011

Will travel 30 miles

$40 per hour.

4.88 49 ratings

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Tutoring in Latin and Classics

Vocabulary, grammar and translation My name is Alex F. I graduated from Miami University in 2011 with Bachelor's Degrees in Latin Education and Classical Languages. I am a certified teacher and am currently teaching Latin. Other than my teaching experience, I worked as a Latin tutor for an 8th grade student while I was completing my student teaching and I was a teacher's assistant at Miami which required me to hold study sessions outside of the classroom. I am a very effective teacher especially when I get the opportunity to... [more]


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Mary G.

Latin Tutor

Cincinnati, OH 45241

Will travel 40 miles

$38 per hour.

4.99 76 ratings

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ESL, German, French, Spanish, Russian, Greek/Latin, Math, Music, Bible

I decided to take Latin for several reasons: because I hadn't studied it yet, to find out more about the background of many of the other languages I know, and to supplement my knowledge of biblical manuscripts. However, I like to tell people that first year Latin was the only class, where a teacher has ever kicked me out. He "kicked me out" when he found out how many languages I had already studied, telling me to take the next level up instead, because I already knew too much about linguistics and would be bored in his class. So I started with Accelerated Latin instead, did very well, and went [more]