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Pratik P. ...I am very patient and can relate to children who are truly struggling in school and those who just aren't interested in the subject matter.I have prior experience tutoring privately in this subject. I also have a minor in Statistics, which at some points required utilization of basic algebra concepts. I have taken many biology courses during my time as an undergraduate and as a post-grad.
38 Subjects: including biology, microbiology, physical science, physiology
Fair Lawn, NJ
Jim L. ...I am not a physicist, although I have both taught and volunteered in physics classrooms. My insight into physics instruction comes from designing and developing custom science tests to assess state standards. What I discovered in that work was that a missing link (or two or three) in the chain ...
1 Subject: physics
Bronxville, NY
Matt N. ...I have had to use these skills to help me in both university and graduate school, where I am succeeding well, and I am confident in my ability to pass these skills on to others. I am currently studying Judaism and have studied Islam and Christianity. I have taught courses on comparative religions, and have studied world history including world religions.
50 Subjects: including chemistry, archaeology, physical science, reading
Teaneck, NJ
Attiyah Z. ...I try to help them overcome fear and intimidation which is very normal when it comes to learning new subjects of more complex topics. This helps to improve exam performance as well. I adjust my teaching style based on the grade level and the student's own learning style.
5 Subjects: including biology, physiology, physical science, GED
Bergenfield, NJ
Thomas L. ...A true cognate is a word that is spelled the same and means the same thing in both languages, for example: the word "color". It's spelled the same and means the same thing in both languages; only the pronunciation differs: the first syllable emphasized in English (CO-lor), the second (co-LOR) in...
23 Subjects: including philosophy, psychology, Spanish, reading
New York, NY

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