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Patrick G. ...In my culture we value education especially because for us it is the only means of making a decent living. Unlike the United States and some other countries, my country doesn’t have many opportunities for people to become successful without a proper education. That said, I went to a private high school up until senior year when I moved to the US after the 2010 earthquake.
4 Subjects: including calculus, physics, trigonometry, mechanical engineering
Albertson, NY
Julie E. ...I'm currently taking some time off because I had a baby and have relocated to Westchester, where I grew up. I graduated from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) cum laude, and have a master's degree from Boston University. I also have a CAGS degree from Salem State University.
10 Subjects: including calculus, geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2
Larchmont, NY
Sergey O. Have you or your children ever wanted to really understand math going beyond drills and rote training in specific techniques? Do you want to learn computer programming? Not just to create nice-looking and functional websites or mobile phone applications, but so you can write a program that can play checkers or find its way out of a labyrinth.
32 Subjects: including calculus, physics, geometry, statistics
New York, NY
John M. ...Throughout, my students work problems drawn from various quantitative fields and so learn also how to fruitfully form and manipulate differentials. I gave introductory and intermediate lessons in salsa at Harvard, and assisted with Harvard Ballroom classes. I focus especially on helping dancers build strong connections using clear body language.
50 Subjects: including calculus, English, chemistry, biology
New York, NY
Sam E. ...It's common for students to say and truly feel that they are comfortable with a concept and then fail to perform on a test or assignment. This is a result of both study as well as teaching methods. Unfortunately, many educators focus on passively showing instead of actively teaching students how to solve problems.
42 Subjects: including calculus, English, chemistry, physics
New York, NY

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