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Raveena M. ...I graduated from the University of Southern California in December of 2014 and I am now currently in the process of becoming a certified teacher. As far as what sets me apart from most tutors, it would be me pedagogy. My perspective on tutoring is that the focus of teaching should be more on the conceptual knowledge.
13 Subjects: including geometry, statistics, probability, algebra 1
Bristol, RI
Anton K. ...I have a PhD in experimental physics (Harvard). I have several students that I tutor in physics in high school, and elementary school, and I have also tutored and taught students in college and graduate school. I learned statistics through my PhD thesis in experimental physics to infer the accuracy of my measurement. I also used it to write papers for neuroscience.
48 Subjects: including elementary math, linear algebra, algebra 1, algebra 2
Belmont, MA
Daniel S. ...I am still amazed and intrigued by how many different "American" histories there are wrapped up into what we traditionally call American History. As Colin Woodward argues in his book American Nations, there are at least 11 different rival cultures that make America into the diverse place that it...
50 Subjects: including SAT math, piano, elementary math, ACT Math
Medford, MA
Kristi M. ...During high school I was an after school tutor in the Language Learners program and privately out of students' homes. I taught Latin to 8th graders at the local middle school that I used to attend and helped a freshman with Latin 1 in his home. I also worked with elementary-level students with the National Honor Society.
16 Subjects: including elementary math, reading, grammar, elementary (k-6th)
Bridgewater, MA
Mark K. ...However, this only works if the student gives back. If you feel I can be of help, feel free to contact me anytime through WyzAnt.Many students have trouble with Algebra 1 because of the addition of variables, the "x" in equations instead of arithmetic numbers. It is the students first introduction into mathematical thinking and problem solving.
8 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus, linear algebra
Holbrook, MA

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