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Sean H. ...For these reasons, I always take great care to truly understand the needs of my students by trying to put myself in their shoes. I never act like an expert who simply dispenses information, and I absolutely never look down on my students for misunderstandings. Patience is perhaps the most important quality in am educator, and I think I have it in spades.
10 Subjects: including calculus, statistics, algebra 1, algebra 2
Evans, CO
Joshua C. ...My electrochemistry is a bit weaker, but I can still teach it. I'm well-versed in all topics in physics. Newton's laws, friction, linear motion (velocity and acceleration), gravity, momentum and impulse, energy, work, power, circuits, optics, thermodynamics, radioactive decay and half life, relativity, and quantum mechanics.
8 Subjects: including precalculus, calculus, trigonometry, chemistry
Westminster, CO
William F. I teach math and science at one of the top middle schools in the state, but I've previously taught at a university as well. I double-majored in English and Mathematics with a minor in Spanish, and I'm also quite good at French. What I really like about tutoring is the opportunity to help students out one-on-one or in a small-group setting.
15 Subjects: including probability, writing, finite math, algebra 1
Brighton, CO
Ixchel L. ...I emphasize clean technique, expressive arms and head, musicality, and an understanding of the body's abilities and limitations. I encourage varied body types to learn ballet, teaching them to execute the technique with minimal risk of injury. I have taught beginning through advanced levels of ballet for ages 5 through adult and believe no one is too old to start!
10 Subjects: including algebra 1, elementary math, prealgebra, reading
Fort Collins, CO
Maria C. ...In my experience math students rarely don't understand the topics as they come up, they simply get the wrong answer in the end. Most of the time this is caused by minor errors in easy calculations rather than a misunderstanding of principles. I'm confident I can help you get through your math fears!
13 Subjects: including algebra 2, chemistry, elementary (k-6th), algebra 1
Longmont, CO

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