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John Z. ...I believe that my greatest strength as a tutor is my adaptability. Through my experiences, I have come across students of all different learning types. Each student is unique and rightly so, each teacher-student interaction and teaching style should be unique as well, molded to the student's needs.
5 Subjects: including geometry, calculus, organic chemistry, trigonometry
Philadelphia, PA
Miranda D. I am a student at Columbia University, majoring in film studies. I was a tutor in my high school's Writing Center for three years, and have extensive experience in teaching kids to improve their writing. I took Calculus in high school and at Columbia, and am able to tutor math up to and including ...
13 Subjects: including geometry, English, chemistry, calculus
Bala Cynwyd, PA
Kwasi P. ...I also had the opportunity to volunteer as a tutor for the Performance Initiatives After School Program. Located near a low income neighborhood, I helped middle, elementary, and high school students with their homework each day. My experience as a tutor has been at both the college and grade level.
12 Subjects: including geometry, calculus, statistics, algebra 1
Philadelphia, PA
Joe M. ...I have found many similarities to teaching on the court -- in fact, I like to think that coaching is actually teaching basketball. This experience has helped me find differentiated ways to help young men get better at basketball. My greatest asset is my enthusiasm.
5 Subjects: including geometry, algebra 2, SAT math, trigonometry
Philadelphia, PA
Luke B. ...I was a teaching assistant for organic chemistry lab for two semesters during undergrad where I helped students complete experiments and reinforced lecture material. I was responsible for grading lab performance and lab reports. I currently work in the pharmaceutical industry where organic chemistry is ubiquitous.
15 Subjects: including geometry, chemistry, algebra 2, biology
Philadelphia, PA

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