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Julie W. ...I see the tutor-student relationship as a partnership that challenges both parties. I pride myself on being extremely adaptive and creative when coming up with new ways to teach a difficult concept, and I won't rest until I have found the best method for a particular student. My enthusiasm and passion for learning will make sure that our time together is exciting and rewarding.
18 Subjects: including calculus, statistics, GRE, precalculus
$100.00/hr
Brooklyn, NY
Michael M. ...When a student has difficulty learning a skill or concept, the first thing to do is to back up and slow down. If the student is not learning a skill or concept the way it is presented in the student's classroom or text book, I would try different approaches from different angles until the skill ...
12 Subjects: including calculus, physics, geometry, algebra 1
$60.00/hr
East Brunswick, NJ
Sam E. ...The most common standardized tests with which I help my students are Regents exams. While Regents exams are not as intensive as SAT IIs or AP exams, they do require guided practice and understanding. There are two that tend to be especially challenging: the Algebra II Trigonometry Regents, as well as the Chemistry Regents.
41 Subjects: including calculus, English, chemistry, physics
$139.00/hr
New York, NY
Taiesha A. ...I received formal training from Teach for America Summer Intensive Teacher Training Boot camp. I taught in the KIPP NYC Charter High School. I teach GED math to adults who would like to advance their career at District Council 37 If you choose me as your tutor, you are getting a younger, vibrant educator with deep content knowledge and a knack for making math interesting and fun.
21 Subjects: including calculus, physics, statistics, geometry
$65.00/hr
Brooklyn, NY
Jeremy L. ...Literally the entire information life cycle. A librarians chief mandate is helping students find the exact information that they need, teaching them how to analyze and incorporate it, and instructing them how to find their own. In short, teaching students how to really become critical thinkers and researchers in an age of bias and information overload.
62 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, reading, English
$100.00/hr
Huntington Station, NY

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