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Rita R. ...It's never too early to learn advanced math because all technology related job require technical degrees of one form or another. I prefer to meet in the evenings between 6-8pm and on weekends anytime. I can meet early in the morning (like 6am) on most weekdays, and yes...your brain can function that early.
10 Subjects: including physics, calculus, geometry, algebra 1
Raynham, MA
Carilyn F. ...I am certified to teach grades 5-12 in English Language Arts and have had the pleasure of working with a fifth grader over the summer in order to help him get ready for the rigors of junior high. After he went back to school in the fall, his father emailed and wrote: "I was sitting with Ryan yes...
27 Subjects: including anthropology, biology, English, reading
Plainville, MA
Elizabeth G. ...Furthermore, I have taken piano lessons for 12 years, and I would love to help children in elementary school develop basic skills such as sight reading. I have also been on a swim team for 4 years, and would be willing to teach swimming basics, including techniques, strokes, breathing, and form....
14 Subjects: including psychology, English, reading, writing
Foxboro, MA
Karlyn G. ...I guarantee that the students that I tutor will leave invigorated and motivated to succeed in the classroom and in life.I have a dual master's in nutrition and exercise physiology. I currently teach at Simmons College in Boston, Massachusetts in the Nutriton and Biology Departments. I have been teaching for over 12 years.
5 Subjects: including physical science, biology, anatomy, physiology
Brookline, MA
Rakeem C. ...Also he plays a pivotal role in Bible Study. He serves as the editor of the Bible Study Teacher's lessons before they are presented to the class. Mr.
22 Subjects: including psychology, philosophy, English, Microsoft Excel
Quincy, MA

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