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Mariana H. ...I can be a role model for all my students, particularly ELL students, who can develop confidence and have academic success through science literacy. I heard many times students saying that chemistry is “hard.” Being organized could help them to make it easier. I usually communicate to students what is expected to be learned, emphasize what is important, and how to learn the concepts.
3 Subjects: including chemistry, organic chemistry, prealgebra
Daly City, CA
Tyler A. ...I promise to bring the enthusiasm I have for research, statistics, and psychology into every tutoring session so that these topics can be as exciting for you as they are for me! I am experienced in general psychology as well as social psychology. I have over four years of experience in psychological research as well as statistics.
3 Subjects: including psychology, statistics, SPSS
Daly City, CA
Karen W. ...I also counseled students attending international high schools on the U.S. college application process. Thus, I am experienced in helping students focus on getting into college. I am also fluent in Mandarin and have experience teaching bilingual students.
6 Subjects: including biology, algebra 2, ACT Science, anatomy
South San Francisco, CA
Kwan Hong T. ...I have many years of experience working in education. Recently I was a graduate teaching assistant who helped lead laboratories and also held office hours for students. In the past, I have volunteered for a couple years in after-school tutoring organizations.
20 Subjects: including botany, microbiology, ecology, reading
Emeryville, CA
Sean M. ...Many students find their physics classes difficult because it is the first time that they've been asked to apply their algebraic skills in a 'real world' context. I focus on patching holes in student's algebra skills, and teaching them to translate physical situations into mathematical equations...
6 Subjects: including chemistry, physics, philosophy, calculus
Berkeley, CA

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