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Jennifer T. ...I've taught basic skills math, pre-algebra, algebra 1, geometry, and algebra 2. I am most comfortable with math, but am able to tutor in any of the elementary school subjects. I like tutoring because being one-on-one with a student enables me to help a student more than in a classroom if that student is struggling or needs the attention.
22 Subjects: including algebra 1, reading, trigonometry, discrete math
Manasquan, NJ
Rome C. ...I have a good handle with public speaking techniques and have also been the president of two organizations within my college days. My method for teaching public speaking involves giving the student 3 speeches to memorize and present to me, or three different topics that interest the student. From there I gauge the amount of work needed to improve his or her skills and ability.
36 Subjects: including algebra 2, elementary math, prealgebra, geometry
Skillman, NJ
Greg J. ...I also teach elementary school and have been exposed to all grade level mathematics curricula. I utilize a dynamic approach to presenting concepts and helping students grasp the concept and build a love for math. I am qualified to teach elementary science as my Bachelor's degree is in Biological Sciences and Psychology.
8 Subjects: including elementary math, reading, writing, elementary (k-6th)
Englishtown, NJ
Tushar G. ...My major has required me to take a variety of classes, specifically in math and science. I'm an easy going guy and work really well with kids, considering I have a 10 year old brother that I have tutored for many years. I've also worked at independent tutoring centers in Bergen County that have taught me the intricacies of keeping a child's attention.
30 Subjects: including algebra 2, calculus, elementary math, geometry
Trenton, NJ
CHERYL S. ...Together with MS Power Point skills, we can all be more effective speakers. Studying for the Praxis exam (particularly the Elementary Ed Content Knowledge Exam) is all about test-taking strategies and time management. With the exception of Math and to some extent Science, it is difficult to prepare by studying content because the range of possible content is so broad.
58 Subjects: including geometry, reading, physics, precalculus
Middletown, NJ

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