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Eric C. ...My doctoral work has focused on the use of technology and group work to enhance learning, particularly in the area of science. Students need to feel comfortable with a tutor, so establishing a rapport with students is my primary objective, because goals beyond that otherwise can't be achieved. ...
17 Subjects: including geometry, chemistry, GRE, algebra 2
$100.00/hr
Bryn Mawr, PA
Vincent C. ...Just because I see them working a problem incorrectly does not mean I will immediately interject with what they are doing wrong. I believe in giving students the chance to recognize their own mistakes and correct them. This fosters a habit of paying attention to detail, checking their work, and becoming self-reliant in their study, which is the end goal.
8 Subjects: including geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2, SAT math
$40.00/hr
Trenton, NJ
Michael C. ...However, I became an electrical engineer after graduated the University of Maryland in this country about 13 years ago and I always apply math to my engineering projects. I love my work, I love math, and I love teaching. When I was attending college, I was a math tutor and lots of students wanted me tutoring them because I think I had lots of teaching math experiences.
5 Subjects: including geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2, prealgebra
$50.00/hr
Mount Laurel, NJ
Robert L. ...I hold degrees in economics and business and an MBA. I have been in upper management since 2004 and have had the opportunity to teach classes in international business, strategic management, and operations management at a local university. In the past 10 years, I have taught various freshman and sophomore level classes in mathematics which have included modules in linear algebra.
12 Subjects: including geometry, calculus, statistics, algebra 2
$50.00/hr
Sewell, NJ
Dominic B. ...I have tutored before and I believe that an investigative method of understanding is best. To discover new ideas and why theorems are what they are is a much better way of teaching than simple memorization where students are less likely to remember. When you are given a problem that doesn't hav...
5 Subjects: including geometry, calculus, algebra 1, algebra 2
$25.00/hr
Williamstown, NJ

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