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Tim D. ...I do hope that you’ll consider me when looking for a tutor for yourself or your child. If you or your child want to enjoy learning and build confidence for future learning, send me a message!For 10 years, I worked with developing readers. I worked with students who were struggling with sounds, fluency, and comprehension.
13 Subjects: including reading, writing, grammar, elementary (k-6th)
Philadelphia, PA
AJ M. ...I was also just hired as an adjunct professor in chemistry at a local community college. I always like to make organic chemistry more interesting by trying to relate course materials to the real world. It helps students understand the subject better since it makes it more approachable.
23 Subjects: including SAT math, SAT reading, chemistry, GRE
Lakewood, NJ
Annie K. ...When tutoring, I try to come up with different creative methods of getting the information across, while always adapting to ever-changing student needs. I take a conversational but firm approach with my lessons in order to help students feel more comfortable with grasping the topic at hand. Students have remarked that they feel at ease with me and are motivated to learn and achieve more.
19 Subjects: including SAT reading, ASVAB, SAT writing, writing
Doylestown, PA
Timothy R. ...With those two hours, I had to work together with every student to make the most of our time! 2 hours doesn't sound a lot, but when you're focused and determined to learn, a lot can be accomplished! I am most proud of one student I had who was really struggling with Physics because she was takin...
16 Subjects: including SAT math, calculus, physics, ESL/ESOL
Avenel, NJ
Shelley T. ...Reading is fundamental but truly understanding what you read makes it fun. Poets, authors, and playwrights have developed stories into literary masterpieces by using the sum of the parts to create the student's goal of using what they learned. Students can benefit from understanding the differences between non-fiction, fiction, essay, and autobiographical prose.
27 Subjects: including English, reading, writing, grammar
Union, NJ

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