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Arnold F. ...I try to leave them able to successfully tackle future problems. I am available for phone, internet or in-person tutoring. We can spend quality time on comprehensive topic review and I can help if you're studying for an upcoming exam or just stuck on homework problems.
11 Subjects: including precalculus, calculus, statistics, geometry
Jamaica, NY
David T. ...My experience includes 23 years at Scarsdale High School, where I taught algebra1, geometry, algebra2/trig, pre-calculus, and calculus. I taught each of those types of courses, there and elsewhere, at more than one level. Classes varied from slower paced with a lot of reinforcement to honors level classes with frequent challenges and a faster pace.
8 Subjects: including precalculus, calculus, geometry, algebra 1
Hastings On Hudson, NY
MANNY C. ...I want them to understand what they are doing and enjoy the process. I want my students to visualize, draw pictures, create charts and break down the word problems into smaller parts. I love to find ways on the fly to make students understand things that they don't understand in conventional ways.
55 Subjects: including precalculus, reading, English, geometry
New York, NY
Irene P. ...I aim to be flexible and creative; since we live in a physical world, I like to use familiar phenomena as examples to discuss physics and astronomy concepts. I have 13 years of experience teaching in both formal and informal education, and have frequently tutored math and physics for high school...
13 Subjects: including precalculus, physics, algebra 1, algebra 2
Brooklyn, NY
Gregory G. ...My experience with math and physics was boosted by my time as a physics lab assistant where I needed to teach a class of 20+ students the concepts, even going so far as helping out my friends who were also lab assistants. It's easy for a tutor to end up in a pitfall. It's easy for the tutor, and easy for the student to simply know "the steps" to solve a problem, but not WHY those steps work.
7 Subjects: including precalculus, calculus, physics, geometry
New Hyde Park, NY

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