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Nicole G. ...This passion evolved into teaching swimming lessons through high school and college, and in graduate school I taught formally as a TA and adjunct professor. My experience as a TA and adjunct professors has taught me valuable skills in teaching. I understand the importance tailoring your explanation to each individual learner, and I love watching the "click" when someone finally gets it.
5 Subjects: including biochemistry, biology, chemistry, microbiology
New York, NY
Melissa K. ...I have a wide variety of academic and professional experiences that have provided me with a unique outlook that is an asset when working with a variety of individual personalities. I am currently working in virology research in Manhattan and looking to spend some more time teaching. I find a one-on-one teaching setting to be the most effective and rewarding.
29 Subjects: including chemistry, grammar, geometry, precalculus
New York, NY
Phoebe O. ...One of my biggest assets as a tutor is enthusiasm. I become genuinely excited about the topics with which I am working, and am highly curious to find connections between existing knowledge and new information that is being introduced. In tutoring, I think it is valuable first and foremost to tr...
8 Subjects: including microbiology, algebra 1, chemistry, writing
New York, NY
Megan S. ...Thus, I have a very strong writing background and can teach writing mechanics, grammar, style, reading, etc. Additionally, because I have a Ph.D. in Psychology, I am able to approach tutoring with a psychological approach designed to reduce anxiety and increase confidence in students. This method has helped raise several of my students' grades from Ds and Fs to As and Bs.
18 Subjects: including philosophy, psychology, reading, English
New York, NY
Fahd A. ...My core interests are Biology, Psychology, History, and Linguistics. My area of study fortunately combines many of these, in the study of human development and information processing along with connected education policies. I studied Latin for six years, Spanish for four, and I am currently studying Mandarin in my free time between classwork.
5 Subjects: including biology, ESL/ESOL, world history, American history
New York, NY

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