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Robert K. ...I have worked for 7 years as a special education teacher. I have worked in both the self contained and inclusion settings with students with autism. As a special educator, I help developed Behavior Intervention Plans to help students to succeed.
28 Subjects: including prealgebra, reading, English, algebra 1
Haverhill, MA
Ellen S. ...I am Mass. certified; I tutor for the Lexington Public School System and have passed all the required CORI and background checks to do so. I tutor all levels up through AP courses. I would love to help you succeed!I have tutored elementary school students in Reading, Writing and Math for 15 years, both privately and for Commonwealth Learning Centers.
37 Subjects: including prealgebra, English, reading, calculus
Waltham, MA
Marion L. ...It's not always a matter of struggling to read every word in a textbook that gets you the knowledge you need, or the "A" grade. Just like real life, it's often a matter of knowing what is required of you, and addressing those areas first and foremost. Too often, students "spin their wheels" on areas from which they will not maximally benefit.
29 Subjects: including prealgebra, English, reading, accounting
Quincy, MA
Harsh P. ...I also have extensive experience building mobile-ready web applications using responsive design techniques like Bootstrap, CSS3 Media Queries, HTML5, etc. I strongly believe that a "mobile-first" mindset is a MUST for all aspiring web developers out there! Education: BS in Computer Engineering from RIT MS in Computer Science from Boston University I also enjoy teaching Math.
34 Subjects: including prealgebra, writing, algebra 1, algebra 2
Melrose, MA
Chad D. I began tutoring Geometry when I was in high school, and since then have fallen in love with education. My teaching experience continued in college while attending College of the Holy Cross as a Psychology major. In the Honors Program, I developed a thesis that focused on applying a cognitive theory of how students learn to classroom instruction.
17 Subjects: including prealgebra, reading, writing, geometry
Somerville, MA

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