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Shannon H. ...Listening to a lecture on how to clone DNA or identify a chemical functional group through infrared spectroscopy was useless for me. I didn't understand until I did it in a laboratory setting. So I am comfortable talking about topics, but also given examples, showing videos, asking questions, etc, to ensure that you actually learn and understand the material.
40 Subjects: including biology, chemistry, geometry, genetics
Providence, RI
Shannon C. ...Please inquire!I tutor algebra I and II for high school and college students. My personal work requires extensive use of algebra and other formulaic math. My personal weakness in algebra is matrices - I'm proficient with them, but I'm not very found of them, as most problems you would solve with matrices can be solved with other, much easier algebra operations.
66 Subjects: including ACT Science, organic chemistry, botany, biostatistics
Worcester, MA
Anna J. ...I graduated from MIT and am currently working on a start-up part time and at MIT as an instructor. I miss the one-on-one academic environment and am keen to share some of my knowledge. I would like to teach math (through BC calculus), science (physics, chemistry, biology, environmental), engine...
63 Subjects: including physics, phonics, web design, physiology
Concord, MA
Rachel G. ...In high school, I scored a 5 on the AP Biology exam. I graduated Brandeis University Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Biology. I was a TA for molecular biology and genetics labs in college.
8 Subjects: including genetics, biology, chemistry, physiology
Amherst, MA
Meg W. ...I compiled astronomy lessons for students with visual impairments (6-8th grade) during my sophomore year at the University of Washington. I presented my project at the Undergraduate Research Symposium. I have guest lectured for introductory geology, speaking to a group of 400-500 students.
8 Subjects: including astronomy, geology, physical science, algebra 1
Providence, RI

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