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Olivia G. ...Last year I volunteered as a tutor in London, and I was recently selected to be a writing tutor for fellow students at NYU. I also have experience tutoring children with disabilities, as well as working as an art teacher. I have worked with children of all ages, and am happy to work in a variety of settings.
56 Subjects: including reading, English, physics, chemistry
$40.00/hr
Lexington, MA
Patricia P. I am a teacher of Reading and all areas of Language Arts with specialty in reading difficulties and increasing grade level performance of students. I have 35 years of experience in these fields and have taught all grades from k-12 and beyond. I use a wide variety of materials and methods to enhance student performance and attitude to maximize gains.
13 Subjects: including reading, grammar, elementary math, study skills
$50.00/hr
Lexington, MA
Valerie L. ...My passion is to inspire a love of learning, the acquisition of new -- or the maturation of existing -- knowledge, skills, and abilities. There is nothing more satisfying than to have a student achieve their academic and personal goals. In other words, becoming their personal and, ultimately, professional best.
41 Subjects: including reading, chemistry, English, writing
$75.00/hr
Concord, MA
Denise B. ...Topics may include, but are not limited to: solving equations, proportional reasoning, rules with exponents, factoring equations and quadratic equations. Geometry! - This is a subject that I learned in the classroom AND actually used in my job as a civil engineer. From proofs, to theorems, to angles, to properties of shapes, to combining with algebra - these are all of the things I love!
8 Subjects: including reading, geometry, algebra 1, GED
$59.00/hr
Peabody, MA
Kimberly H. ...This quick reference book is a good way for students to independently refer back to concepts taught instead of being provided the answers. The concepts are to encourage independence, to be responsible for own learning, and assist in imprinting the information into their brain. When tutoring is terminated, the student may choose to keep the reference notebook.
16 Subjects: including reading, writing, algebra 1, dyslexia
$45.00/hr
Dracut, MA

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