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Chad S. ...I was President of Brain Bee (neuroscience competition - 3rd place MN state) and Captain of Math League, Knowledge Bowl and Track & Field. At the highest school level I can help you understand: Calculus, Precalculus, Trigonometry, Algebra II, Chemistry. In addition I am quite versed in computers, Windows 7 and Windows XP specifically.
18 Subjects: including chemical engineering, organic chemistry, chemistry, calculus
$50.00/hr
Longmont, CO
David B. ...I took this class in 7th grade and have taken math all through college I have a PhD in chemistry and am a general science geek. I can tutor everything from 6th grade science through high school. I have taught organic chemistry 1 at University of Texas at Arlington 3 times in the last 5 years.
9 Subjects: including organic chemistry, physical science, chemistry, geometry
$60.00/hr
Fort Collins, CO
Maria C. ...At CU I have taught general biology, non-majors biology and genetics. While most of my professional experience has been teaching at the college level I have spent a lot of time teaching elementary children science topics on a volunteer basis. I started a science program at my children's element...
13 Subjects: including physical science, chemistry, zoology, algebra 1
$50.00/hr
Longmont, CO
Cindy S. ...Besides being the single parent of two well-adjusted and successful adult children, I am on a constant quest for knowledge! My life experiences include customer service-related occupations (from retail sales, through finance service to health and wellness care) to ongoing education in an ever-ch...
13 Subjects: including dentistry, anatomy, reading, pharmacology
$40.00/hr
Johnstown, CO
Kate W. ...For fun, I have taken many history courses and even now educate myself about different historical periods. I think the biggest issue with most history teachings is too much focus on dates and events and too little focus on results and outcomes of events. History only becomes interesting if we generalize the memorization and maximize why the event or person is important.
15 Subjects: including chemistry, Microsoft PowerPoint, statistics, microbiology
$45.00/hr
Denver, CO

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