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Josh A. I graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Hopkins with a B.A. in chemistry, and then continued in organic chemistry at Columbia for my Ph.D. I have enjoyed tutoring chemistry and biology since high school, as I find I learn as much explaining concepts as my students. I have also taught a chemistry refresher...
11 Subjects: including organic chemistry, writing, biochemistry, GRE
$85.00/hr
San Francisco, CA
Valerie L. ...Most of my coursework involved studying the human body, and therefore I have an extensive knowledge of human biology. I also love math and have taken math courses up to and including calculus. When teaching, I am patient.
7 Subjects: including nutrition, anatomy, biology, physiology
$40.00/hr
San Francisco, CA
Laurel S. ...Currently I primarily tutor students at the college level in philosophy (including ethics) and writing/rhetoric. I am deeply committed to teaching and work hard to make learning fun, always explaining difficult concepts in concrete, everyday language and familiar examples. I make students comfortable with humor and compassion, and set goals toward which students can make measurable progress.
4 Subjects: including philosophy, English, writing, literature
$40.00/hr
San Francisco, CA
Mason W. ...I am a substitute teacher and actor with training in both contemporary and classical theater, as well as in improvisation. I have worked in theater and public speaking with both children and adults, professional actors and amateurs. One of my particular skills is working with Shakespeare, and the clarity and power of his rhetoric serve as a model for my work with speaking and writing.
42 Subjects: including psychology, philosophy, geometry, English
$50.00/hr
San Francisco, CA
Luke T. ...He is a Bay Area actor, musician, tutor, and lover of the outdoors. His focus is on developing critical thinking skills by laying out easy-to-use frameworks for expository, compositional, and argumentative writing. By connecting ideas within a text and drawing on strong use of evidence, students can introduce original college-level thinking into their writing while still in high school.
25 Subjects: including physical science, reading, English, writing
$125.00/hr
San Francisco, CA

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