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Richard S. ...I have, over the years, also tutored many college students in various physics courses in which they were enrolled. These have included college students from Boston University, Northeastern University, and M.I.T. in the very traditional first four courses which include such topics as mechanics, e...
8 Subjects: including chemistry, astronomy, physics, calculus
Newton Center, MA
Donald M. ...Students can also learn to read more carefully, adding to their understanding of all their work. I favor teaching to the student's unique needs, rather than just laying out the subject matter. Teaching elementary science for me is an opportunity to help create a sense of wonder about the world around us.
55 Subjects: including ACT Science, philosophy, geology, English
Weston, MA
William S. ...I was a graduate assistant coach at a university that was organizing as a club team which eventually became a varsity. I coached a Pop Warner football team for 6 years and I was a coach in a men's touch football league, winning one championship in two years. I also scout other teams for a local high school.
26 Subjects: including physical science, philosophy, English, psychology
Worcester, MA
Alisa V. ...I graduated summa cum laude with a cumulative GPA of 4.0 from The University of New Mexico with a Bachelor of Science in Biology and a minor in Spanish, in 2013. I understand the hard work it takes to have academic success, and I look forward to working hard with you to achieve your goals. I am currently applying for a teaching program at Worcester State to pursue a career as an educator.
11 Subjects: including organic chemistry, biochemistry, chemistry, biology
Worcester, MA
Philip M. ...As opposed to drawing, which can be very precise, painting requires the participant to be more interactive to possibilities while working. Outlines become less important as color and contrast gain prominence. Being open to surprises is useful.
20 Subjects: including astronomy, reading, writing, study skills
Shirley, MA

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