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Tim D. ...As a 3rd grade teacher, I taught students how to write in cursive. Beginning with some very simple and fun warmup activities, I introduced students to the similarities and differences between regular print and cursive handwriting. I then taught letters with similar strokes together.
13 Subjects: including reading, writing, grammar, elementary (k-6th)
Philadelphia, PA
Natalya K. ...I encourage the questions and ask for feedback. My teaching style is interactive. I try to be flexible.
1 Subject: Russian
Brooklyn, NY
Timothy R. ...I have always had a passion for Math and Science since I was in Elementary School. That's why I love to teach and share my knowledge in those subjects with others. I approach students according to their own needs, even those with special needs.
16 Subjects: including calculus, physics, geometry, ESL/ESOL
Avenel, NJ
Randall K. Chemistry/biology problems no more! My tutoring experience started when I was an ‘A’ biology and chemistry student at County College of Morris and was hired to work at the College’s Science Resource Center as a peer tutor. Subsequently I won the CRC Press Chemistry Achievement Award in recognition...
9 Subjects: including chemistry, English, writing, biology
Chester, NJ
George Q. ...A number of years later, as a part-time graduate student at NYU, I took a two-semester graduate-level course in linear algebra and achieved grades of "A" and "A-". In my job as an insurance company actuary, I introduced the matrix-oriented programming language MATLAB to my work group and trained others in its use. There are two basic types of college linear algebra course.
25 Subjects: including calculus, statistics, geometry, GRE
Morristown, NJ

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