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Gretchen C. ...I meet students on Tuesday and Thursday evenings at the following locations: Hickory Corner Library in East Windsor West Windsor Library in Princeton Junction Memorial Library in HightstownBiology is my passion! I enjoy helping students learn the intricate details of biological processes and mak...
4 Subjects: including botany, genetics, biology, ecology
Hightstown, NJ
Erica M. ...I have been teaching an Intro to Human Genetics course at a medically based magnet school for over 5 years now. I also have taught genetics as a portion of the Honors Biology curriculum I taught at a public high school for 6 years. I feel that my 12 years of teaching experience in the Biologys will make me a great tutor for the subject matter on genetics.
7 Subjects: including biology, anatomy, physiology, physical science
Clementon, NJ
John F. ...I avoid teaching test-taking tricks. I have over 20 years of professional writing experience in business and scientific settings. I also managed a team of consultants for 15 years which included reviewing and training them on report writing, so while I am new to tutoring, I do have extensive experience in improving the writing skills and styles of others.
29 Subjects: including biochemistry, microbiology, biology, vocabulary
Haverford, PA
Theany S. I am a graduate of Central High School in the Philadelphia area and am currently a student at Temple University as a double major in Communication Studies and Environmental Science, also pursuing a minor in Spanish. Though I am young and do not have any professional experience, I do have experience...
20 Subjects: including physical science, psychology, calculus, chemistry
Philadelphia, PA
Joshua D. ...I believe that the greatest social and academic improvements can be seen in children with the proper teacher. It is vital for the kid to want to learn the information and positive reinforcement plays a large role in that. From my experience I've learned that by showing a child how impressed you are when he or she learns a new piece of information will encourage them to want to learn more.
22 Subjects: including physics, chemistry, elementary (k-6th), biology
Magnolia, NJ

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