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Emy C. ...This serves as motivation for me to offer such services to others in need. My goals for the tutoring sessions are to provide a learning experience that satisfies the specific need of the student as well as the parents. Tutoring sessions involve review of content learned in regular class, identi...
6 Subjects: including biology, anatomy, physiology, physical science
Bloomfield, NJ
Christopher K. ...Learn how to use fractions and intro to variables. Learn problem solving skills that are needed for the real world in math. Learn how to solve advanced math problems with ease to prepare a student for calculus.
20 Subjects: including organic chemistry, ACT Science, biology, ecology
Totowa, NJ
Cynthia B. ...While teaching middle school, I also taught math and reading Response to Intervention (RtI) blocks. These blocks involved reviewing fundamental math and reading skills that students learned during elementary school and making sure that they had fully mastered the skills. A regular reading block...
16 Subjects: including anatomy, biology, reading, English
Bronx, NY
Maryam S. ...I played guard, point guard and sometimes forward. I still play for fun with family and fiends. I help my husband with giving pointers to his recreational team in his league as well.
26 Subjects: including anthropology, reading, grammar, English
Wayne, NJ
Sarah E. ...My graduate coursework recently took me to the Amazon rainforest to study birds and tropical forest ecology—an amazing experience for which I was awarded one of two Global Conservation & Field Scholarships for commitment towards furthering conservation and environmental education. I look forward...
4 Subjects: including biology, zoology, ACT English, writing
New York, NY

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