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Todd S. ...I have written grants, been published in a newspaper, submitted written testimony before a California state commission, and written tens of legal demand letters. I have been co-teaching a junior English/U.S. History class for 13 years.
27 Subjects: including archaeology, English, ESL/ESOL, writing
Petaluma, CA
Laurent P. ...Later as a graduate student I became a Chemistry lab TA, teaching sections of students lab skills and chemistry concepts, as well as leading review sessions to over 70 students on my own. I currently tutor many students in science and math, one-on-one and in groups, and work as a substitute teac...
50 Subjects: including chemistry, vocabulary, swimming, theatre
Cotati, CA
Robert G. My name is Robert. I currently teach chemistry at the SRJC. My specialty is organic chemistry but I am qualified to and enjoy teaching all forms of chemistry.
1 Subject: chemistry
Rohnert Park, CA
Andy M. ...I aided in mapping and writing curriculum, as well as, engaging in cross curricular teaching. My knowledge of the Bible, including its history, is fairly extensive, as I've read the entire document from end to end and studied its contents. Additionally, as a former practicing Christian, I participated in Biblical endeavors for two decades.
29 Subjects: including ACT Science, reading, astronomy, English
Sonoma, CA
Mariah S. I have worked as a tutor both privately and within a formal college institution for over 8 years. The majority of my formal training was given to me at Butte Community College by the professionals in The Center For Academic Success While working as a tutor at Butte College I had the opportunity to...
6 Subjects: including chemistry, algebra 2, physical science, prealgebra
Santa Rosa, CA

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