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Shannon H. ...Listening to a lecture on how to clone DNA or identify a chemical functional group through infrared spectroscopy was useless for me. I didn't understand until I did it in a laboratory setting. So I am comfortable talking about topics, but also given examples, showing videos, asking questions, etc, to ensure that you actually learn and understand the material.
40 Subjects: including biology, chemistry, geometry, genetics
Providence, RI
Shannon C. ...I tutor from my home, through online avenues (WyzAnt, Skype, Google+), and very limited in-person sessions - I have availability weekday evenings and some weekends. My base rate is as shown, but I do offer a discount to students who choose to commute to meet me in-person or who can meet online. Please inquire!I tutor algebra I and II for high school and college students.
66 Subjects: including ACT Science, organic chemistry, botany, biostatistics
Worcester, MA
Cristiana P. ...I pride myself on using universal comparatives and tangible examples so that my students can understand even abstract principles in their own terms. In physics and mathematics alike, equations work for a reason. If the reasoning makes sense, my students can solve any problem and achieve whatever they set out to do.
15 Subjects: including physics, reading, geometry, statistics
Framingham, MA
Elizabeth I. ...Due to my experience with African students, both in the US and in Kenya, I am comfortable teaching across language and cultural divides. I also have experience teaching across age groups, from elementary school to high school and college students. I am available for any kind of tutoring - from explaining concepts and working on homework to outlining and editing papers.
5 Subjects: including psychology, English, writing, proofreading
Brighton, MA
Meg W. ...The course had us read Roman works of literature and debate a variety of historical events from the perspective of Roman citizens. I compiled astronomy lessons for students with visual impairments (6-8th grade) during my sophomore year at the University of Washington. I presented my project at the Undergraduate Research Symposium.
8 Subjects: including astronomy, geology, physical science, algebra 1
Providence, RI

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