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Teena R. ...My strategy has been to have students attempt their homework in order to troubleshoot where they’re struggling. I also incorporate “drills” that help the student with speed work and also to reinforce and complement the lessons in the classroom. I strongly believe that math is not only important in our everyday lives but crucial to success.
6 Subjects: including physics, algebra 1, algebra 2, study skills
$45.00/hr
San Anselmo, CA
Jason Y. ...I received an A in biochemistry and have tutored the course independently for the past 3 years. I also was an undergraduate researcher in a MCB lab for 2 years, culminating in an honors thesis regarding a biochemical process with immunological significance. As an undergraduate at UC Berkeley, I completed courses in general chemistry and general physics with an A mark.
5 Subjects: including chemistry, biology, biochemistry, genetics
$60.00/hr
Berkeley, CA
Margaret M. ...I received my Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of Denver in English with a concentration in Creative Writing and Anthropology with a minor in Gender and Women's Studies. I received honors for my theses in Anthropology and Creative Writing. I am currently finishing up my MFA in hopes to apply for candidacy in a Cultural Anthropology PhD program.
24 Subjects: including reading, English, writing, French
$50.00/hr
Oakland, CA
Ulrich K. ...More recently, I taught 5th and 6th grades at a private school in California and home schooled 2nd and 3rd graders. Math has always been one of my favorite subjects to teach and tutor, and my students loved it as well. I have been a teacher for 27+ years and taught as a generalist at public elementary schools in Texas from 1995 to 1998 and from 2007 to 2010.
12 Subjects: including reading, ESL/ESOL, German, Russian
$38.00/hr
Petaluma, CA
Sean M. ...Many students find their physics classes difficult because it is the first time that they've been asked to apply their algebraic skills in a 'real world' context. I focus on patching holes in student's algebra skills, and teaching them to translate physical situations into mathematical equations...
6 Subjects: including chemistry, physics, calculus, geometry
$70.00/hr
Berkeley, CA

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