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Kate W. ...My main drive is to make the subject come alive. If someone does not have interest, they will not care to learn. Developing the care is what my main focus is and I hope nurture that in all my students, no matter the subject.With 4 years of teaching experience at the University of Northern Colorado, I helped many students build their foundations in biology and math.
13 Subjects: including chemistry, Microsoft PowerPoint, microbiology, algebra 1
$45.00/hr
Denver, CO
Duncan H. ...My education: I graduated from the University of Colorado at Boulder with a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in 2011, having completed 3 majors in: +Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology +Biochemistry +Psychology +Minors: Chemistry, Philosophy +Undergraduate Certificate of Completion awarded by the...
14 Subjects: including organic chemistry, microbiology, biology, chemistry
$45.00/hr
Boulder, CO
Thuc-Doan D. ...My degrees have provided me with a strong background in the sciences (biology, chemistry, physiology, anatomy, etc) but I am well versed in math as well! Not only that, I would love to offer help in any other areas that you may need assistance in if I am qualified. Aside from school work, I enjoy getting to meet new people and giving back to the community!
15 Subjects: including biology, study skills, elementary (k-6th), microbiology
$40.00/hr
Arvada, CO
Michelle L. ...I've been a pre-calculus and Calculus I tutor at CU-Boulder for the past 2-3 years. I've also been a graduate teaching assistant at the electrical engineering department in CU-Boulder. I'm patient and for me, one of the best feelings as a teacher is when knowledge dawns on a student's face.
8 Subjects: including physics, algebra 1, algebra 2, electrical engineering
$42.00/hr
Denver, CO
Jane B. ...Why does water make such strong bonds (besides normal explanation of H-bonds)? Because the oxygen atoms are bullies and steal the hydrogen atoms hold on electrons, they then become polar molecules.... those oxygen atoms are greedy - so they pull on all the poor little hydrogens around them: resul...
6 Subjects: including organic chemistry, chemistry, reading, elementary math
$30.00/hr
Commerce City, CO

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