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Arwen H. I am working on my PhD in Classics from the University of Pittsburgh, while living in the Bay Area. I have received my Master's in Classics from UPitt and graduated cum laude from Pomona College with a double major in Classics and Geology. I have taught college-level Latin, semesters 1-3 as a TA and TF in Pittsburgh, as well as courses in classical mythology and Roman civilization.
5 Subjects: including physical science, geology, Latin, Greek
$40.00/hr
San Mateo, CA
Maria Cristina S. ...One of my areas of specialization is coaching children-adults on life skills, which include study skills for adolescents and young adults. Furthermore, I have experience and training in teaching reading, comprehension, reporting and note taking skills for Pre-K to College students. Finally, I am also a professor in the university.
4 Subjects: including psychology, study skills, proofreading, yoga
$45.00/hr
South San Francisco, CA
Jim L. ...When my son was in college, we used to problem solve on the phone and via email. His classmates wanted him to "rent me out". I'm a 25-year veteran of Silicon Valley with multiple degrees in Engineering.
40 Subjects: including electrical engineering, physical science, English, chemistry
$55.00/hr
San Francisco, CA
Jennifer B. ...After determining where the student needs help, I am able to explain the concepts and follow-up to make sure the student understands. I have successfully tutored students in math at the community college level. When the student brings in worksheets, I go over the first problem or two, explaining the concepts and procedures needed to solve the problems.
29 Subjects: including sociology, genetics, algebra 1, algebra 2
$40.00/hr
Los Altos, CA
Sarah S. ...There are many ways to do this, depending on the student. There's no better way to learn basic math than with real-world examples with real-world consequences. When you're trying to find "x", it almost always helps when "x" is something realistic and easy to think about.
22 Subjects: including chemical engineering, ACT Science, algebra 1, biology
$50.00/hr
Berkeley, CA

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