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Irina S. ...When I returned to the US, I taught in Kaplan Aspect at Dean College from January 2007 until December 2009. I taught all levels grammar, reading and writing, Business English, and TOEFL, and other various electives. I continued to teach English in ELC, located in Boston, and then again at Dean College under Study Group.
28 Subjects: including ACT Science, English, reading, writing
Woonsocket, RI
Richard S. ...I also am tutoring several students in AP Physics, as well as students taking Honors Physics. During my forty-two year academic career, students of my Honors 1 Physics classes have averaged 732 on the SATII Physics examination. I have, during my career, been actively involved with the United States Physics Team, which competes internationally representing our country.
7 Subjects: including physics, astronomy, chemistry, calculus
Newton Center, MA
Elizabeth I. ...I have about 10 years of tutoring and teaching experience, starting as a peer tutor in junior high. In high school and college I volunteered as a tutor for recently emigrated African students, focusing on English and writing, social science, and biology. I also acted as an editor and proofreader for my peers' papers throughout college.
5 Subjects: including psychology, English, writing, proofreading
Brighton, MA
Shannon H. ...I have a couple of tutoring styles that I try to see what works best for a given student (as I know we all learn differently). For example, I learn through doing. Listening to a lecture on how to clone DNA or identify a chemical functional group through infrared spectroscopy was useless for me. I didn't understand until I did it in a laboratory setting.
40 Subjects: including biology, chemistry, geometry, genetics
Providence, RI
Michael G. ...Chemistry is best understood when first broken down into simple concepts. Once these fundamentals are mastered, students begin to see complicated problems as larger sequences of fundamental concepts, linked by some creative thinking. My approach is to ensure students first master the fundamentals.
5 Subjects: including chemistry, algebra 2, organic chemistry, GRE
Cambridge, MA

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