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Peter H. ...My wife, Maureen, and I have spent summers in the Himalayas teaching English and art. The photo is me at a Buddhist School in Jharkot, Nepal. I served as a Lieutenant with the US Army 8th Special Forces in Latin America building schools and water supplies, and am proud of my service.I find that many students lack the basic skills of pre-Algebra to succeed in Algebra I.
35 Subjects: including psychology, reading, physics, ACT Science
$50.00/hr
Ardmore, PA
Richard  K. ...I have done a lot of teaching of phonics, since around 1980. It was mainly with kindergarten and first grade homeschoolers, who had not yet learned to read. I've also done remedial reading with children who had not been taught any phonics in school and had very poor reading skills, having to re...
16 Subjects: including physical science, reading, English, geometry
$40.00/hr
Malvern, PA
Dawn H. ...I hold a Master's Degree in Secondary Science from Widener University. I like to use different approaches when tutoring different students, depending on their individual needs. I like to break down concepts to make them easier to understand and I tend to be a person who approaches problem solving in a logical, methodical manner.
2 Subjects: including chemistry, physical science
$65.00/hr
Springfield, PA
Rachael Z. ...In my second year as a TA, I was promoted to the position of head teaching assistant. I was in charge not only of my own recitations, but was also responsible for leading the rest of the TAs and planning the recitation material with the professor. In addition to having an extensive background in biology, I love children and have been a certified babysitter since the age of 11.
16 Subjects: including organic chemistry, ecology, chemistry, trigonometry
$40.00/hr
Philadelphia, PA
Shishav P. ...The crisis of the current mathematical and scientific subjects challenging the young minds is the language that obscures the obvious. Having said that, however, the scientific language is as such for the benefit of the subject and its torch-bearers. The problem that I want to point towards is not the language but the lack of proper training to understand the language.
28 Subjects: including organic chemistry, chemistry, physics, ACT Science
$35.00/hr
Philadelphia, PA

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