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Larry G. ...We then do several additional, similar examples, at first working together and then with the student proceeding alone, to ensure mastery of the topic. I assign follow-up work to see if the student has indeed understood what has been taught. My hallmark is complete patience, and I will continue to go over the material until the student gains complete comprehension.
8 Subjects: including geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2, ACT Math
Bronx, NY
Charles B. ...I am a member of the Long Island STEM Diversity Roundtable located at SUNY-Farmingdale. My approach as a tutor is to determine the student's strengths/weaknesses and with patience relate the concepts to the problems. We solve assigned problems together so that the concepts and solutions become...
16 Subjects: including geometry, physics, statistics, calculus
Garden City, NY
Rich C. ...I tutor full-time at the middle school, high school, and college levels, and the only subject I tutor is math so I am committed to providing you with quality service. I have a Master's degree in mathematics and ten years of experience in education. My goals as a tutor are to communicate, develop understanding, and inspire.
11 Subjects: including geometry, calculus, algebra 1, algebra 2
Brooklyn, NY
Sadie H. ...I worked in an elementary school as a health educator and community school coordinator for three years and worked closely with the 5th grade class - that is one of my favorite grades to work with! I have a B.S. in biology and as it says in my profile, I have extensive experience learning and teaching many different sciences. I have also tutored a couple of 8th graders in U.S.
43 Subjects: including geometry, English, reading, chemistry
White Plains, NY
Sam E. ...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. This facilitates the mere impression of knowledge, rather than fostering a real, lasting understanding of the material.Of all the subjects, math is the most cumulative.
42 Subjects: including geometry, reading, English, biology
New York, NY

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