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Jeffrey P. Ph.D. Chemist with over 20 years in applied research in the area of surface treatments and modification. PA Secondary Certification in Chemistry - 2009.
4 Subjects: including chemistry, algebra 1, algebra 2, prealgebra
$75.00/hr
Easton, PA
Kathleen C. I have been a Registered Nurse for 33 years and love the profession. I hold a BSN degree in Nursing from Temple. I have worked in a variety of settings over the years which include Medical, ICU and Home Health.
6 Subjects: including psychology, nursing, anatomy, study skills
$45.00/hr
Easton, PA
Ann Marie B. ...Every student can be successful --- we, as educators, need to find the right learning style/method(s) to allow the student to experience success. I live in the Easton/Bethlehem area and will travel to your home --- preferably in the early evening and/or on the weekends. I raised my son, as a si...
25 Subjects: including physical science, reading, English, Praxis
$40.00/hr
Bethlehem, PA
Charley A. ...In Anatomy, you as an organism are made of systems, systems are made of organs, organs are made of tissues ... tissues are made of cells. For Physiology, start with cells and add the functions backwards. The cells in a tissue explain what functions the tissue can perform.
2 Subjects: including anatomy, physiology
$50.00/hr
Bethlehem, PA
Ray E. ...I believe math is a perfectly understandable science. I'm a retired electrical engineer with a master's degree, and I enjoy teaching and love math. I am currently an adjunct professor at Warren County Community College where I teach college algebra, pre-calculus and statistics.As my profile points out, I'm a retired engineer.
11 Subjects: including physics, statistics, geometry, ACT Math
$50.00/hr
Washington, NJ

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