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Lauren B. ...Throughout my university studies in Education I have been employed as a teaching assistant for the Cornell University Education department in 2 semesters. This experience has helped grow my teaching repertoire and skills. I would love to have the opportunity to help any student at any age in th...
26 Subjects: including elementary math, ACT Math, algebra 1, SAT math
Pittsburgh, PA
Emerson O. ...I draw heavily on Exeter's discussion-based method of learning with my math students, inviting them to talk through problem-solving methods in our lessons. My algebra students tell me that working with me improves their confidence and ability in class and on tests. I studied high school math at...
15 Subjects: including geometry, trigonometry, algebra 1, algebra 2
Pittsburgh, PA
Jacob M. ...I am extremely patient, ready to work with any skill level, and I guarantee strong results, whether you're interested in raising SAT scores or getting a better grade in a math class at any level. I am also strong in Physics and Chemistry if that is your interest. I have taught for five semesters at the University of Pittsburgh as a lecturer and recitation instructor.
9 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus, physics
Bethel Park, PA
Nicole C. ...It is important to emphasize to the student that she needs to constantly be looking for scale, and can use nothing but her eyes and her pencil to measure and translate scale from the world to the paper. Modulations in light and dark and different ways of shading are also important. The human figure and anatomy are vital as well, including the skeletal and muscular systems.
32 Subjects: including calculus, European history, physics, reading
Pittsburgh, PA
Benjamin H. ...The central dogma of molecular biology (an unfortunate misnomer we can thank Francis Crick for) is that heritable information is coded into DNA, functions by being transferred to RNA, and finally to proteins. The field of genetics seeks to understand the the mechanisms by which this information ...
16 Subjects: including algebra 1, biology, calculus, chemistry
Pittsburgh, PA

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