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Leanne M. ...I do my best to never write on the students paper and have them do the work and tell me "Why" they did that. When I feel like I can't help a student or don't know the answer to a question I simply tell them "I'm not sure about that, let me look into and get back to you". I rather take my time to try the problem than give them incorrect or unsure answers.I'm an Independent BeachBody coach.
15 Subjects: including psychology, ACT Science, reading, geometry
Arlington Heights, IL
John B. My passion for chemistry and teaching chemistry is unparalleled. I have been involved with chemistry in various positions the past 20 years including analytical chemist, forensic scientist, quality control manager and a QA supervisor. I found my passion 7 years ago and have been teaching chemistry ever since.
1 Subject: chemistry
Island Lake, IL
Stacy W. ...I currently work at my university as a data analyst, a job I applied for simply because I love working with data. I am passionate about these subjects and I love to share this passion through tutoring. I have a passion for learning, especially for topics involving the study of human behavior.
11 Subjects: including psychology, statistics, GRE, GED
Schaumburg, IL
David G. ...Lastly, I have done volunteer work with a local Speech Pathologist in order to better understand the speech difficulties that students with disabilities have to overcome. Even though Sociology is not my major I did minor in it and have just as much interest in it as I do with Psychology. As an undergrad I gravitated to social psychology courses and ended up receiving a minor in Sociology.
13 Subjects: including biology, chemistry, writing, statistics
Lake Villa, IL
Jordan V. ...Years of tutoring calculus sharpened my sense for how people learn math and science. I discovered the ability to connect any type of inquiring mind with abstract concepts by using concrete examples. Consider the operation d/dx( f(x) ). It is difficult to know what these symbols are implying unless you might see that d/dx( x^2) = 2x, d/dx( x^3) = 3x^2, d/dx( x^4) = 4x^3, d/dx( x^5) = 5x^4.
7 Subjects: including physics, calculus, geometry, algebra 1
Chicago, IL

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