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Jeffrey S. ...While all the above information is useful to someone who wants to know my qualifications, the most important thing I can tell you about myself has nothing to do with where I went to school or my major or where I have taught. It is this: I am passionate about science, and communicating that passi...
16 Subjects: including algebra 1, elementary math, microbiology, organic chemistry
San Rafael, CA
Charles T. ...Philosophically, I view tutoring as an interactive coaching experience. I focus on intimate discussions of conceptual learning as well as problem solving and test taking behaviors. These are the very things that a lecture or class cannot shove down a student's throat, yet are vital to long term success.
23 Subjects: including algebra 2, ACT Math, SAT math, dyslexia
Alameda, CA
Joey B. ...Students and I worked out multiple step problems in an organized approach. By helping students create study plans I was able to help them be prepared for upcoming assignments and exams. The job required me to take knowledge I had of subjects and collaborate it with knowledge that the students had in order to provide individuals with the best possible understanding of material.
25 Subjects: including algebra 2, Microsoft Word, phonics, physics
San Rafael, CA
William B. ...This ensures that the student is studying more efficiently and can remember more for a longer period of time. I teach all subjects with the same fundamental process. I evaluate a student's baseline ability and identify the types of thinking skills that can be developed.
32 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, biology, chemistry
Santa Rosa, CA
Michael S. A strong liberal arts education and a long career in statistical modeling have left me filled with facts and skills that I am motivated to pass on. Most important of these is a strong intuition for rooting out problems in analyses and finding alternative ways to make things work. I believe these are both teachable skills.I have been playing the games for 40 years.
9 Subjects: including linear algebra, logic, algebra 2, calculus
San Francisco, CA

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