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Rob G. ...I recently retired after 30 years teaching at A. Philip Randolph High School in NYC but reside in Essex County NJ. I have taught Advanced Placement Macroeconomics and Microeconomics in the REACH program.I have taught Advanced Placement Macroeconomics and Advanced Placement Microeconomics.
8 Subjects: including economics, world history, social studies, American history
West Orange, NJ
Pauline K. ...As one of two native English speakers on staff at OSSC Laurensia School in Serpong-Tangerang, Indonesia, I was responsible for editing all of my colleagues' students' progress reports before distribution, the school's quarterly newsletter, and drafts of short plays written by other teachers befor...
3 Subjects: including English, ESL/ESOL, American history
New York, NY
Madelyn F. ...My name is Madelyn and I'm going to be a junior in college next semester. I am double majoring in Biology and Latin at Ursinus College. I've only ever informally tutored before, but believe I can do a great job tutoring!
4 Subjects: including biology, anatomy, genetics, ecology
Glen Ridge, NJ
Claudia G. ...My teaching style is communicative. I use a variety of activities to help students learn and use the Spanish language. These include music, games, literature,and technology to help students build vocabulary and understand language structure.
2 Subjects: including Spanish, ESL/ESOL
Clifton, NJ
Samantha D. I recently graduated Cooper Union with a degree in Chemical Engineering. Math and science are definitely my strong suits but I have a wide variety of subjects I am interested in. I have tutored all throughout high school and had several students in the past year.
22 Subjects: including chemistry, calculus, physics, geometry
New York, NY

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