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Shannon H. ...I have a couple of tutoring styles that I try to see what works best for a given student (as I know we all learn differently). For example, I learn through doing. Listening to a lecture on how to clone DNA or identify a chemical functional group through infrared spectroscopy was useless for me. I didn't understand until I did it in a laboratory setting.
40 Subjects: including prealgebra, chemistry, statistics, geometry
Providence, RI
Yeraldo R. ...I used to tutor students twice a week during the school year throughout all of my high school career at my local Boys and Girls Club. I've also been involved in mentorship programs and have had a few mentees. Currently I am pursuing an economics and finance degree at Bentley University.
5 Subjects: including prealgebra, Spanish, algebra 1, algebra 2
Waltham, MA
George D. ...I have a master's degree in accounting, and I currently teach statistics, accounting, and finance at local colleges, where students have given me great evaluations. I have taught an introductory level statistics course at the University of Massachusetts in Lowell for 10 years, and the students t...
14 Subjects: including prealgebra, statistics, accounting, algebra 1
North Grafton, MA
Jon P. ...I have studied and worked with math my entire life. I was valedictorian of my high school class, and I have an honors degree in math from Harvard. During college I was a Teaching Assistant at the Harvard Extension College, working with members of the local community in a variety of subjects.
22 Subjects: including prealgebra, chemistry, calculus, English
Waban, MA
Cristiana P. ...My favorite part of teaching is when I am able to aid a student in grasping a challenging concept. I pride myself on using universal comparatives and tangible examples so that my students can understand even abstract principles in their own terms. In physics and mathematics alike, equations work for a reason.
15 Subjects: including prealgebra, reading, calculus, physics
Framingham, MA

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