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Ryan Nicole M. ...Success in academics is very important at all levels and takes hard work, commitment, and time. I have two Bachelors degrees in Mathematics and Business Management and a Masters degree in Teaching. I work at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) with outreach programs for K-12 students, working with faculty to plan academic enrichment programs.
23 Subjects: including prealgebra, calculus, geometry, statistics
Auburn, MA
Ryan D. ...Each student (tutee) has his or her own ideal learning style. My philosophy as a tutor is to accommodate my service to parallel the student's preferred learning style, to insure the most successful outcome. Students are expected to have a positive outlook on learning and a desire to be successful.I have a strong understanding of a multitude of business subjects.
32 Subjects: including prealgebra, English, chemistry, writing
Allston, MA
Catherine H. ...I have tutored since college as well as worked in a therapeutic school as a counselor. I have a passion for education and believe that everyone has the ability to succeed when given access to the proper tools. I understand that school can be overwhelming and strive to find ways to provide scaffolding for students as we work through the lessons so they are challenged but never overwhelmed.
20 Subjects: including prealgebra, reading, geometry, algebra 1
Braintree, MA
Joanne W. ...I know first hand how guided learning can change math from frustration to freedom. Who would have thought I would be teaching math and loving it after so many years struggling in junior high and high school! Besides teaching and tutoring math, I homeschooled four children K-12.
10 Subjects: including prealgebra, geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2
Cumberland, RI
Christopher J. ...I have found that one of the major stumbling blocks to a student's understanding and acceptance of physics and the universality of the physical laws has to do with how we learn new things. We develop our understanding of new experiences by first comparing and contrasting them with our previous e...
34 Subjects: including prealgebra, chemistry, physics, calculus
Natick, MA

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