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Ashley M. ...As well as making sure that all of my students are standing on a firm mathematical foundation, I make sure to link the skills I am teaching to as many concrete applications as possible, which often helps students process them more completely. I have been helping students, from middle school thro...
38 Subjects: including chemistry, English, reading, physics
Manchester, NH
Ernest C. ...I studied to become a priest. I've worked in mental institutions with all kinds of people, even the criminally insane. I know how to teach others how to study.
6 Subjects: including biology, anatomy, chess, physiology
Manchester, NH
Susan Y. ...I have degrees in Linguistics and Psychology from the University of California at Berkeley, and have completed additional coursework towards a Masters degree in Education. Because of my background, I am able to quickly assess and pinpoint the greatest areas of need that a student has, identify h...
41 Subjects: including English, reading, writing, geometry
Lexington, MA
Eileen M. I possess two Master of Arts degrees (MA Spanish and English) and a Ph.D. (English). My career has been a life-long pursuit of learning and my passion is for teaching. I have taught high school English and Spanish as well as college Spanish and various courses at the University of Binghamton (part...
11 Subjects: including Spanish, English, reading, writing
Amherst, NH
Amy W. ...I parent or legal guardian MUST be present in the home while I am there, no exceptions! We can always meet at a local library or another public setting if an adult is unable to be in the home for the tutoring sessions. I have taught very basic Spanish (Resource Level) through Advanced Conversational Spanish.
1 Subject: Spanish
Milford, NH

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