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Pam S. ...In addition to teaching, I have tutored students across the breadth of math topics from multiplication/division to fractions to algebra and geometry. Therefore, I have a deep understanding of the math concepts that are critical for success in the subsequent math courses. At the college level, I have taught undergraduate and graduate courses in statistics.
12 Subjects: including statistics, GRE, prealgebra, Microsoft Excel
Newtonville, MA
Patrick J. ...In recent months, I was hired for more hours than any other Wyzant tutor in Massachusetts. I have been tutoring full-time for years, and will continue to do so. The vast majority of tutors work part-time while they look for a job they truly want. 5) I earned an academic scholarship to college,...
38 Subjects: including statistics, English, reading, writing
Cambridge, MA
Andrew F. ...In addition to my experience teaching at the high school level, I also have prior experience teaching at the college level - first as a TA in graduate school in Colorado and later as a TA at Harvard. In both cases I taught classes in physics and chemistry and helped students with their homework ...
37 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, English, physics
Newton, MA
Peter G. ...The same concepts are in elementary algebra, and I have a good amount of experience tutoring at this level. As a doctoral student I assistant-taught several semesters of Calculus, and taught summer courses myself on a few occasions. For both, I held well-attended office hours in which I did small-group and one-on-one tutoring.
32 Subjects: including statistics, reading, GRE, SAT math
Brighton, MA
Peter L. ...My teaching strategy for calculus is to focus on pattern recognition in problem solving. Triage is the essential first step in assessing a problem in either differential or integral calculus and they key to picking a successful solution approach. The second step is to develop good habits and rhythms in problem solving.
28 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, physics, algebra 1
Cambridge, MA

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