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Joseph P. ...What does this means that I can help YOU understand math and science! I have a strong background in physics, chemistry, and many other physical sciences. I also have a strong background in mathematics, having completed several levels of advanced calculus.
9 Subjects: including physics, physical science, calculus, chemistry
Denver, CO
Cathrine B. ...In my teaching/tutoring I use expressive language in my explanations, draw out examples, and have 3-D simple molecules that we can play with to visualize structure. I can help with studying techniques, memory aids, and time management. Further, I help students to understand their resources.
28 Subjects: including organic chemistry, physical science, anatomy, writing
Denver, CO
Shari H. ...I am proficient at other programs, but I feel most comfortable with Illustrator and Photoshop. I am good at breaking the concepts into simple steps to support the student in understanding the tools. I use a hands on approach to help the student.
12 Subjects: including sociology, psychology, reading, Microsoft Word
Denver, CO
Sai T. ...I take the time to carefully walk students through problems. I've tutored for ecology since undergrad and have a graduate degree in biology. I've also performed a handful of field studies on aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems.
15 Subjects: including genetics, microbiology, biology, ecology
Denver, CO
Caroline F. ...I have taken sight reading and music theory classes throughout my education and have a general passion for and knowledge about music. I enjoy playing the piano and took lesson for six years. I play at home for fun and love sharing the experience of playing music.
42 Subjects: including chemistry, ACT Science, English, reading
Denver, CO

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