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Richard  K. ...Finally comes which chords appear in the different keys, which chords in a key will be major or minor or diminished or augmented and why, and how it changes depending on whether it's in major or minor key. It's also good to know which chord sequences sound better than others. Along the way, there's also rhythm: time signatures, note durations, and triplets and other rhythmic patterns.
16 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, English, geometry
$40.00/hr
Malvern, PA
Vincenzo G. ...However, I really found myself seeking a higher pursuit and many people close to me encouraged me to teach. I thought back on my first teaching experience back when I was in college. I took part in this program where students from my university taught a group of public school children how to make a model rocket and how it worked.
16 Subjects: including precalculus, algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus
$50.00/hr
Philadelphia, PA
Claudia L. ...Two of my students who started from the very bottom, became very knowledgeable and capable to tutor themselves their classmates in the subject. What helped me have those results with my students were a number of factors: 1. a very good understanding of the subject2. trying to understand my stude...
7 Subjects: including geometry, prealgebra, precalculus, trigonometry
$40.00/hr
Pottstown, PA
Daniel D. ...I'm happy to tutor anywhere on the spectrum from help remembering formulas to proving why the formulas exist in the first place. As part of fulfilling premed requirements, I have taken both college and high school chemistry. I have extensive experience helping students who struggle in chemistry as well as those who are find themselves with less time than they would like to prepare for exams.
35 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, linear algebra, calculus
$60.00/hr
Wayne, PA
Paul C. ...Armed with a subscription to "Sky and Telescope" magazine, I solved the problem of "periodic error" using a worm gear and slide mechanism. Before I could build it though, computers came around and solved the problem with software that would predict and therefore correct periodic errors as they occurred. Oh well!
25 Subjects: including algebra 2, elementary (k-6th), European history, precalculus
$38.00/hr
Phoenixville, PA

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