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Jordan F. I recently graduated from the University of Utah with my Baccalaureate of Science Degree in the Major field of Biology, with a Minor in Chemistry and a special reward for Research Designation. I just moved here to California looking for a career to further my passions in the sciences, and would lov...
9 Subjects: including Algebra 1, Chemistry, Biology, Organic Chemistry
Modesto, CA
Vandrea F. ...I tutor Arithmetic, Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Statistics, General Biology, Anatomy, English: Reading (Critical Thinking), and Writing. I respond quickly to emails and I am able to coordinate meeting places for tutoring sessions. High School Algebra 1 - A High School Algebra 2 - A Colle...
24 Subjects: including Common Core, Elementary Math, Literature, Anatomy
Stockton, CA
Kathleen W. ...Spelling can be improved with a combination of memory work and an understanding of phonics to encode various language patterns. Writing must begin with basic manuscript or cursive skills, spelling words, then constructing clear sentences. We work on improving individual sentences before learning how to write a strong paragraph.
38 Subjects: including Algebra 2, Calculus, Geometry, Precalculus
Modesto, CA
Alen M. ...I look forward to working with you!Just completed Pre-Calculus, MATH-162 in Summer '17 at MJC with a 99%. I am very proficient in this subject and have a solid grasp of the material. Spent over 30 hours tutoring classmates. I spent two years at Cultura Technologies.
11 Subjects: including Geometry, Computer Science, Algebra 1, Algebra 2
Modesto, CA
Ron O. ...From that, a personalized learning program is developed to meet the goals of the student. As the student progresses, the tutor can guide progress while encouraging the student to learn and solve problems independently. This balanced approach, transitioning from directive to less directive methods, encourages the student to think on his own.
20 Subjects: including Precalculus, Elementary (K-6th), Elementary Math, Algebra 1
Modesto, CA

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