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Anna O. ...I also have a BA from UCLA with over 30 units in Education. I have worked in the Old Adobe and Petaluma City Schools for over 10 years, 9 of which were with students with special needs, at the elementary, middle and high school levels. I continue to work as a Full Inclusion Aide for students with special needs in the Petaluma City School District.
11 Subjects: including elementary math, elementary (k-6th), prealgebra, reading
Petaluma, CA
John D. ...One of my favorite classes! Calculus is very applied...if done right. The course opens the students' minds to new ideas and concepts of math manipulations and even into the process of how these operations came to be.
9 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus, geometry
Fairfax, CA
Jesse M. I have a Ph.D. in Chemistry and Biochemistry from UCSD. I have professional experience as a teaching assistant at UCSD, where I taught 3 quarters of Organic Chemistry and 1 quarter of a graduate level molecular structure determination course. Although my research focus is in Biochemistry, I have a...
77 Subjects: including algebra 2, chemistry, calculus, biology
Novato, CA
Laura H. ...I tutored two Kindergartners in basic skills and in some help with speaking. I also have tutored a few second and third graders in reading. I have tutored some fourth through sixth graders in math.
39 Subjects: including probability, SAT math, prealgebra, geometry
Hidden Valley Lake, CA
Leslie E. ...I am a specialist in assistive technology and working online is my preference. Online sessions are convenient and practical. Today's technology allows tutor sessions online to be as engaging and effective as in-home visits.
18 Subjects: including ACT Math, reading, writing, dyslexia
Cotati, CA

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