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Michael R. There are so many different ways to learn it is important I think to take a step back and say "hey, how should I go about this." Sometimes it can be hard to learn the material, especially in science and nursing, but it is possible if it is split into easily digestible segments. A strong foundation...
4 Subjects: including nursing, anatomy, NCLEX, pharmacology
New York, NY
Jimmy C. ...My experience working with students has afforded me with a tremendous skill set in developing a curriculum to match each student's individual learning ability. My goal is to provide the student with a step-by-step program that will enhance his or hers ability to autonomously translate Latin sent...
1 Subject: Latin
Malverne, NY
Samara L. ...Relevant undergrad psychology courses that I have taken: Intro to Psychology, Abnormal Psychology, Statistics, Clinical Psychology, and Developmental Psychology. Graduate psychology courses that I have taken: Statistics I and II (using SPSS),Psychopathology & Illness, Clinical Health Psychology,...
7 Subjects: including elementary math, psychology, Hebrew, Microsoft Excel
New York, NY
Ross B. ...My students have ranged in age from 6 - 85 and have been elderly choristers singing for sheer joy, NYU Tisch students, and even Broadway performers. My results stem from the fact that I am neither just a performer nor just a teacher. I am actively and passionately both.
12 Subjects: including public speaking, photography, Adobe Photoshop, general computer
Astoria, NY
Charles P. ...At the same time, I remember my first steps in the language and the mistakes I've made, and I use that experience to help newcomers to JavaScript (and web development generally) avoid common mistakes. My background in Classics is varied: I wrote my undergraduate thesis on Homer and Plato, and my...
6 Subjects: including Spanish, Italian, Latin, Greek
Brooklyn, NY

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