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Ryan Nicole M. ...I work at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) with outreach programs for K-12 students, working with faculty to plan academic enrichment programs. Previously I worked at Brown University with their pre-college program as well. I enjoy tutoring mathematics for students to gain a better understanding of concepts, remembering equations that apply, and doing well on exams.
23 Subjects: including prealgebra, calculus, geometry, statistics
Auburn, MA
Andrew F. ...I have a thorough understanding of all the fundamental concepts, and I am confident that I can explain the subject in such a way that you too will soon find it an easy subject to master! Calculus is a highly practical branch of mathematics with many applications in the natural sciences, economic...
38 Subjects: including prealgebra, chemistry, ESL/ESOL, physics
Newton, MA
Catherine H. ...I understand that school can be overwhelming and strive to find ways to provide scaffolding for students as we work through the lessons so they are challenged but never overwhelmed. I have experience working with all age groups. I have volunteered in preschools and was a lead preschool gymnastics teacher who focused on social emotional and physical development.
20 Subjects: including prealgebra, reading, geometry, algebra 1
Braintree, MA
Joanne W. ...Besides teaching and tutoring math, I homeschooled four children K-12. Two of them are now engineering students in college. Your child likely has mental roadblocks in solving math problems.
10 Subjects: including prealgebra, geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2
Cumberland, RI
Grace M. ...I was in the UK from 2009-2013 (just moved back!) while completing my doctorate at Oxford University. During that time have seen my students win places at Oxford, Cambridge, Imperial College, Harvard and Stanford. I am now back in Boston working as an adjunct professor within the Physics department of Boston University.
16 Subjects: including prealgebra, chemistry, calculus, geometry
Brookline, MA

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