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Steve S. ...I also have a pretty decent ear and singing voice. I have sung in many choirs, choruses, community theater plays, and barbershop quartets. I am presently the bass section leader and assistant musical director of a barbershop chorus.
6 Subjects: including chemistry, SAT math, ACT Math, astronomy
New Hyde Park, NY
Allie S. I am a very energetic teacher who enjoys working with students one on one to make sure they thoroughly understand what they are learning. Tutoring once again would be an enjoyable, successful step for my career. Fulfilling a student's goal is truly an inspiring feeling for me as a teacher.
2 Subjects: including ESL/ESOL, TOEFL
Bayside, NY
Joyce P. ...I've taught in Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Jamaica Estates. I've also taught in Long Island at the Shelter Rock Schools, and Munsey Park. The areas I specialize in are Literacy and Reading.
2 Subjects: including English, reading
Roslyn Heights, NY
Ariel G. I am a high school earth science teacher with experience teaching middle and high school science. I tutored middle school students while I was in college, and really enjoyed seeing them getting really excited about science. My hope is for students to gain an appreciation for science, even if they don't like it or it's not their favorite.
6 Subjects: including algebra 1, ACT Math, ACT Science, geology
Astoria, NY
Jennifer A. I deeply believe that every student can learn once the teacher is able to engage the student in problem solving critical thinking and other activities that make the subject matter more meaningful. I use a variety of instructional strategies and resources to respond to each student's needs. Demons...
6 Subjects: including reading, piano, grammar, special needs
Jamaica, NY

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