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Helen G. ...Religious communities continue to utilize modern technology establishing online churches, temples, meditation spaces and preservation of sacred scripture. These are fascinating adaptations, and in striving to succeed in a changing world, they may seek to spread their worldview and shape the comm...
37 Subjects: including archaeology, anthropology, ACT Science, physical science
$40.00/hr
Lemon Grove, CA
John W. ...The first was a lecture-based course detailing the theory and mechanics behind human anatomy from a microscopic scale through to the largest organs in the body. The second was a lab-based course including daily work with two authentic human cadavers, as well as actual organs such as hearts, brai...
28 Subjects: including physics, physiology, grammar, geometry
$45.00/hr
San Diego, CA
Greg K. ...I have taught MATLAB to my own research group (more than 25 people total) for seven years. Most of my current MATLAB students are enrolled in SDSU ME202 and MATH541 courses. I am qualified to teach organic chemistry up to high school/ first semester college level.
16 Subjects: including organic chemistry, ACT Science, physics, chemistry
$45.00/hr
Spring Valley, CA
Eric C.
2 Subjects: including physical science, geology
$50.00/hr
San Diego, CA
David F. ...I've taught statistics at the undergrad and grad levels at UCSD, and also currently teach statistics for adult learning at a local university. I've tutored math from grade school to grad school for a very long time. I started tutoring in high school (1979) and really enjoy helping people learn math, whether or not they're in elementary school or working on a Ph.D.
10 Subjects: including biostatistics, statistics, geometry, prealgebra
$65.00/hr
La Jolla, CA

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