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Jeanette W. ...I am patient and thorough, and can access many released questions from standardized tests. Having spent 2 years in medical school, I can also help with biology and chemistry, although your own memory is important for the sciences. My time is quite open for your convenience, and you can end up at the top of your class.I studied piano for 8 years, from age 6-14.
20 Subjects: including prealgebra, calculus, geometry, statistics
$35.00/hr
Boulder, CO
Hannah D. ...I have used Wilson (Orton-Gillingham) and Lindamood Bella curricula with tier 2 and 3 intervention groups in my first and second grade classroom. I have used Take Flight for individual tutoring, and frequently utilize these strategies with all my students. I recently attended the Diverse Learners Conference in Denver, which has helped me better understand ADD and ADHD as learning styles.
53 Subjects: including prealgebra, English, reading, Spanish
$60.00/hr
Boulder, CO
Kate W. ...I instructed mostly nursing students through basic workings of the organs and metabolic pathways. I have a Mater's degree in Biology, focusing on behavioral ecology, which added to my undergraduate degree in Zoology, totals 8 years of education in ecology. I also taught several biology labs that focused on ecological processes.
15 Subjects: including prealgebra, chemistry, statistics, anatomy
$45.00/hr
Denver, CO
Wanda T. ...Wanda T.My Business Management Degree was a perfect match for me, it guided my organizational and studying methods to an excellent level of performance. I was able to manage a Full Time curriculum with a Full Time job and a growing family. The principle of Study Skills is to define a study time, organize notes and materials and focus on the goal.
3 Subjects: including prealgebra, Spanish, study skills
$40.00/hr
Boulder, CO
Charles G. ...I was a key liaison knowledge conduit for the research labs. My mission was to translate extremely complex concepts that were written by PhD’s and others into understandable concepts that could be built upon by less trained and disciplined individuals. I had to teach to people that were willing to work only so hard at grasping these new ideas as they had to.
36 Subjects: including prealgebra, chemistry, physics, calculus
$50.00/hr
Longmont, CO

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