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Carol H. ...Using this approach to teaching almost certainly will allow you to find ways of stimulating students to grasp the material being taught. I have learned in the process of teaching that each person can be taught the subject area if the material can be tailored to fit the different learning styles ...
3 Subjects: including algebra 1, prealgebra, biology
Mahwah, NJ
Frank M. ...I take great pride and joy in knowing I speak and write well despite coming from an immigrant background where English wasn't really spoken. I began tutoring elementary math over thirty years ago and I have thus far built upon my strong foundation of elementary math by learning algebra, geometry, and prealgebra. My foundation of math is rock solid.
6 Subjects: including algebra 1, geometry, prealgebra, reading
Bronx, NY
Chad K. I have hundreds of hours of experience tutoring in test preparation (ACT/SAT), essay coaching, government/economics and mathematics. My students have gained admittance to schools of all shapes and sizes -- from state institutions like the University of Florida and SUNY-Binghamton to Ivy League scho...
44 Subjects: including precalculus, trigonometry, LSAT, public speaking
New York, NY
Vanessa D. ...Additionally, I have been trained at the Windward Teaching Training Institute. As well as academics, I have also tutored with a focus on basic skills, note taking as well as organization. Grade 5-7 Literacy / MathematicsNote TakingOrganizationBasic SkillsI look forward to scheduling a session with you!
4 Subjects: including geometry, probability, algebra 1, prealgebra
Pelham, NY
Parveg A. ...This is probably due to the fact that I used to read 20+ books a week growing up. English can be a difficult subject to teach, because it requires a more deep analysis of the student's capabilities and flaws, and is not as simple as seeing if the student can solve a problem. It requires the teacher/tutor to show the student how to THINK versus how to DO.
35 Subjects: including algebra 2, chemistry, GED, precalculus
Ozone Park, NY

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